|Gel||Chinese gel/Japanese gel/American gel|
|Color||White, Black, Blue,Brown, Pink,Option|
• Critical Skin Test Passed
The pads are CE and ROHS approved, which gives a safety promise to our customers. The pads additionally passed the skin sensitization, irritation and cytotoxicity test to ensure most kinds of skin type users a safe usage. So you can be sure they are high quality Medical Grade Electrodes. No worries about you’ll be allergic to it.
• Excellent Adhesive Performance
Quanding Medical uses high quality gel for each pad which adds the reuse times upon to 50 and shows a good self-stick performance.
If your electrode pads aren’t sticky anymore. There are a number of ways you can care for your TENS electrode pads for non-stop use.
(1) Use the pads on clean and flat areas, no sweat, no oil. If not, the pads can not sticky well.
(2) If you wash the pads under the tap water, please let them dry naturally.
(3) Make sure your skin is free from any dirt, oil or lotion before you use this unit.
(4) Make sure both pads are on your skin, if you only use one pad, it can not work well.
• Comfortable & flexible TENS pad replacement. While using Electrotherapy or a TENS device, stay comfortable during treatment with Quanding Medical pre-gelled, self-adhesive, thin & flexible electrode pads for TENS unit.
• Use with TENS units. Use Quanding Medical Electrodes for pain relief with TENS units and Electronic Muscle Stimulator (EMS). Quanding Medical pads stick easily and stay on during TENS therapy.
• Premium quality electrodes for TENS unit. These medical-grade stim pads come with pin, they are reusable, comfortable and designed to evenly distribute the estim currents, so you get the most benefit from your TENS treatment.
√ Before each electrode application,skin muat be cleaned with water and soap to remove any lotions,skin oils,make-up,and dead skin.Any debris on the skin will be transferred to the gel of the electrode thereby compromising the integrity of the gel’s adhesiveness.Therefore,a clean surface is the most important factor in the number of applications for an electrode.