XFT-2003DT sEMG Biofeedback FES
XFT-2003DT is a multi-functional dual-channel sEMG Biofeedback FES equipment that combines Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES), EMG Triggered Stimulation (ETS), Power Assistant Stimulation (PAS), sEMG Biofeedback (sEMG) and multimedia interactive games. It is suitable for the treatment of dysphagia caused by non-mechanical damage to the pharynx. Through low-frequency pulsed current, the patient's neuromuscles are electrically stimulated to relieve neuronal paralysis and excite the neuromuscles, thus achieving the rehabilitation purpose of enhancing swallowing muscle strength and improving swallowing function. This product can collect the progress of the patient's physical therapy in real time, adjust the rehabilitation schedule simultaneously, and change the subjective experience of rehabilitation into objective evidence-based rehabilitation, to achieve a personalized therapeutic course.
•Collecting and processing technology of EMG signal.
•Dual channel design with 9.7 inch LCD touch screen.
•Latest technology of delivering functional electrial stimulation based on the detected EMG signal.
Functions and Features
•Dual Power Supply
•Intensity Lock Function
•EMG Feedback Evaluation
•Indication of low battery
•Indication of electrode loose
•9.7 inch LCD Touch Screen
•Treatment Time Limit Function
•Symmetric biphasic balanced wave
•Auto off After 15 Minutes of Standby
•Treatment Prescription Management
•EMG Triggered Stimulation (ETS)
•Power Assistance Stimulation (PAS)
•Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
•Dual Channel Biofeedback Stimulation Channels
•Electrode interoperability technology: EMG signal detection
and electrical stimulation delivery through the same electrode cable
Indications for Use
The product has the following intended purposes:
2）Relaxation of muscle spasms;
3）Increasing local blood circulation;
4）Maintaining or increasing range of motion;
5）Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy;
6）Biofeedback, Relaxation & Muscle Re-Education purposes;
7）Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis;
8）Muscle re-education of the swallowing musculature in the treatment of dysphagia (swallowing problems) from any
etiology except mechanical causes that need surgical intervention (for instance, obstructing tumors). Non-mechanical
causes of dysphagia include: neurological and muscle disorder; cardiovascular accidents; respiratory disorders with
swallowing complication; latrogenic conditions (conditions caused by surgery); fibrosis/stenosis arising from radiation;
disuse due to stroke, intubation, or birth-related anoxic injuries; and trauma to the head and neck.