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ESSENTIAL TENS SYSTEM (MODEL S1000)    


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Picture of ESSENTIAL TENS SYSTEM (MODEL S1000) The Essentail TENS System, model S1000, is a TENS unit designed for therapeutic use. The unit offers constant current, dual isolated channels, a pulse amplitude of zero to eighty, an adjustable pulse frquency of two to 150, and an adjustable pulse width of 60 to 250. The set contains the TENS unit, lead wires, electrodes, and battery. POWER: Uses a nine-volt battery (included). Replacement batteries are available. OPTIONS: Replacement electrode set, conductive gel, 43-inch TENS lead wires, and butterfly electrodes.

Notes: This product is available through local durable medical equipment dealers and independent pharmacies.

Price: Contact manufacturer.

This product record was updated on August 13, 2003.

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Manufacturer:

Essential Medical Supply Inc.

6420 Hazeltine National Drive
Orlando, Florida 32822
United States
Telephone: 800-826-8423 or 407-770-0710.
Fax: 407-407-770-0624.
Web: http://www.essentialmedicalsupply.com.
Email: ESSMED@aol.com.


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