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- EvoStim P electrostimulator
- Vaginal probe VAG-2STFW
- Cable for connecting the probe (or adhesive electrodes) - 1 pc.
- Stand for placing the device vertically on a flat surface
- Plastic key to open the battery compartment
- Padded pouch for device storage with internal pockets
- Alkaline AAA 1.5V (LR03) batteries - 3 pcs.
- User manual
evoStim P is a device for pelvic day muscle therapy (Kegla muscles) using EMS electrostimulation, as well as pressure (pneumatic) biofeedback. The evoStim P solution enables passive 1-channel muscle stimulation to force contractions as well as active pelvic muscle re-education using pressure biofeedback. The following therapeutic targets are available for use:
- URGE - urgent urinary incontinence
- STRE - stress urinary incontinence
- MIX - mixed urinary incontinence
- PAIN - pain relief in the perineum and pelvis area
- EVO - rehabilitation using EMS electrostimulation triggered by conscious contractions (pressure biofeedback)
- BIOFEEDBACK - recruitment and training biofeedback using the pressure method
The device is equipped with a vaginal probe which, in addition to electrostimulation electrodes, has an air balloon used to measure the strength of muscle contraction based on the air pressure in the balloon. The probe electrodes are gold-plated, which provides excellent electrostimulation conditions and eliminates allergic reactions in people who are allergic to nickel.
The evoStim E device is dedicated to be used by the patient at home (after consulting a doctor), as well as in specialist offices. It is recommended in the case of moderate and significant weakening of the Kegel muscles, as well as to the extent that allows for minimal contraction. The product is unlikely to be used for the diagnosis of contraction force.
The solution makes it possible to set two types of pulse waves (symmetrical or alternating) in order to better match the stimulation to the type of probe (with ring or side electrodes).
- LCD touch screen with multi-color backlight
- the ability to efficiently adjust using the knob
- 6 treatment programs
- option to modify selected parameters in ready-made programs
- IntelliStim® function - intelligent automatic adjustment of stimulation parameters
- active rest function - minimal relaxing stimulation during the rest phase (STRE, MIX).
- the ability to turn off the audible signals for greater discretion
- detection of an open current circuit
- class IIa medical device according to 93/42 / CEE
EMS neuromuscular electrostimulation is a method in which muscles or motor nerves are stimulated using electrical impulses. evoStim UG effectively and comfortably stimulates the work of the pelvic floor muscles, mainly the pubic-coccyx muscle. The device offers various therapeutic targets, which are dedicated to the use of various types of urinary incontinence as well as pain conditions. Thanks to electrostimulation therapy with the STRE program, you will strengthen the strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles, which will help control the bladder during stress urinary incontinence. However, by using the URGE program, you will relax over tense muscles that cause urgent urinary incontinence. The device also has the MIX program for pelvic floor muscle re-education in the event of mixed-type urinary incontinence, as well as a program recommended to relieve pain in the perineum and pelvis.
Biofeedback is the feedback of the body's biological function. It allows the user to identify and modify body functions to improve self-control. When training the muscles of the pelvic floor using the biofeedback method, the patient is asked to perform the maximum contraction on his own. Muscle activity is measured by measuring the air pressure in the balloon compressed in the vagina. This activity is visualized on the computer screen in the form of concentric circles or with a bar chart, and the user's task is to perform a contraction strong enough to achieve the target displayed on the screen. This helps to increase awareness of and control over the muscles.
Unlike EMG biofeedback, there is no need for an external reference electrode in the pressure method. Pressure biofeedback may be a better solution when the level of EMG signals from the pelvic floor muscles is too low. However, it helps to a lesser extent in the muscle relaxation technique.
The EVO program is a combination of muscle stimulation to force muscle contractions and active re-education of the pelvic muscles using biofeedback. When working with the program, the patient's task is to reach a certain threshold, which is rewarded with triggering the EMS threshold pulses to help the patient increase contraction strength and maintain its duration. The last reached threshold value is automatically saved and will be the starting threshold for the next session.
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WHY IT IS WORTH TRAINING THE PELVIC BOTTOM MUSCLES:
Urinary incontinence is a very common disorder in women. Urinary incontinence is defined as the occurrence of involuntary leakage of urine through the urethra.
Sphincter contraction regulates the opening and closing of various channels (urethra, vagina and anus). In the case of a bladder, the pelvic floor regulates the closure of the urethra to prevent urine leakage. This force must be greater than any force that presses against the bladder. Leakage occurs when the pelvic floor is not strong enough. In this case, the sphincter cannot close properly.
Urine leakage can occur for a number of reasons, such as after childbirth or the menopause. To prevent this problem, pelvic floor training is essential throughout your life. The device helps to learn the location of the pelvic floor, perform contractions and strengthen its muscles and properties (elasticity, tonicity, endurance).
The pelvic floor plays an important role during intercourse. During the pre-orgasm phase, adequate muscle tone is required to increase sensations during the act, but only relaxation causes orgasm. Therefore, the ability to control the muscles of the pelvic floor is a guarantee of intense sensations.
Weak pelvic floor muscles reduce the sensations during intercourse. On the other hand, too tense muscles can cause pain during intercourse. These two situations can be remedied by practicing proper tone and control of pelvic floor muscle contractions.
Improving the condition of muscles after pregnancy and childbirth
The pressure of the uterus and bladder on the pelvic floor, incorrect preparation of the fundus muscles for childbirth, and an incision of the perineum can greatly weaken them and make it difficult to return to normal. Therefore, it is important to learn how to relax your pelvic floor during pregnancy. This will make it easier for the baby to pass through the birth canal and prevent the bladder from weakening, which can cause incontinence problems later.
15, 30, 45, 60, 90 minutes or continuous
2 years (not applicable to accessories)
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od 50 do 400 μs w krokach co 10 (± 5%)
14 x7 x 2,5 cm
Batteries 3xAAA, 4,5V