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The latest Professional level device released by OKB RITM. Features a colour screen display, all standard professional modes and new dose modes.
The SCENAR Professional range is intended for use by healthcare professionals. It features an extensive range of variants, allowing the practitioner full control over the treatment protocol. The signal stream, comprising waveform, signal strength (voltage and current) and frequency, can be varied in a number of ways, either by preselection by the operator or automatically by the control circuitry of the device. The visual indicators on the LED screen guide the practitioner. The LED display also allows the user to run diagnostic protocols.
The RITMSCENAR Pro Prime device supports four Modes of operation:
Manual Mode – all device settings, localization of active points and treatment durations are determined subjectively by the therapist.
Dosing Modes – Modes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 – treatment of a particular skin area is dosed automatically by the device. The treatment time is determined by the device and depends on the changes in skin parameters.
Screening Mode – a measuring mode for quick determination of the most optimal treatment zones.
The device can be set up with various amplitude modulations depending on the stage of the pain process, treatment area and the individual response of the body. The Amplitude modulations integrated into the RITMSCENAR Pro Prime are: 1:1:, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4 and 1:5 as we ll as BEE mode, a ingle high-intensity burst.
Five Damping modes are available in the RITM SCENAR Pro Prime to be used according to the complaint phase, skin sensitivity and body response.
The Frequency Modulation incorporated in the RITM SCENAR Pro Prime is from 30Hz to 120Hz. As an addition to the FM modes, the RITMSCENAR Pro Prime also supports four Swing modes in preventing the body’s accommodation to the signal.
Influencing Frequencies can be selected within the range of 15Hz to 350Hz and can be utilized in the treatment of different phases of the complaint.
The practitioner can also control and modify other parameters of the device, such as: impulse intensity, duration of gaps between impulses and power influence for achieving optimal treatment results.