BINOM-MICRO LAZER DEVICE
The portable device of light - laser therapy (ASLT) "Binom® - Micro" is the latest development of the UzorMed series. Light and laser therapy in one device significantly expands the possibilities in treatment of a wide range of diseases and harmlessness of the therapeutic effect. Light - laser therapy is effective in treatment of diseases of the digestive system, endocrine disorders, obstetric and gynecological pathology, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, diseases of the respiratory system, etc.
The Binom®-Micro light and laser therapy apparatus uses infrared pulsed laser radiation and high-power red-spectrum LED light.
A distinctive feature of Binom®-Micro is a significant increase in efficiency in treatment of various diseases due to poli-frequency effects that are aimed at eliminating various interstitial and intracellular disorders.
Mode "1" - stimulating frequencies designed to stimulate functional activity of organs and systems, for treatment of pain syndromes of a "night" nature, with a pain.
Mode "2" - inhibitory frequencies, designed to lower functions of organs and systems, for the treatment of pain syndromes that worsen during movement in the daytime, with acute pain.
Technical characteristics of ASLT "Binom®-Micro":
Radiation wavelength, microns 0.8 - 0.95
Maximum pulse power, W, not less than 14
Duration of impulses, ns 70 - 120
Mode "1", Hz polyfrequency: 50 - 250
Mode "2", Hz polyfrequency: 322 - 1500
LED red light:
Wavelength, microns 0.62 - 0.68
Total power, mW 40 - 60
Operating modes of LED emitters:
With "Mode" 1 "continuous
With "Mode" 2 "continuously modulated
Exposure time, min 4
The area of the irradiated surface, cm2, not less than 20
Input voltage of the network adapter, V / Hz 220/50
Laser hazard class according to GOST R 50723-94 1
Service life of the device, years, not less than 5
Indications for use
Aneurysmal bone cyst
Aseptic necrosis of the femoral head
Funnel chest deformity
Keeled chest deformity
Ladicular deformity of the chest
Acute rheumatic fever
Cross spread foot
Rheumatic heart disease
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Snapping finger syndrome
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Mixed connective tissue disease
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis