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Electrotherapy is a method of treatment in veterinary medicine in which electrical currents are used specifically to achieve certain therapeutic effects. Special devices are used that generate electrical impulses and are introduced into the animal’s body via electrodes. These pulses can have different characteristics and are adjusted depending on the goal of the therapy.
Electrotherapy has several applications in veterinary medicine and can be used on a variety of animal species. The most common uses of electrotherapy in veterinary medicine are pain relief, muscle stimulation, wound healing, nerve stimulation, and anti-inflammation.
The 3D animation explains the processes involved in the use of modulation current (MET) in veterinary medicine and shows the effect of different frequencies on various physiological processes such as pain relief, activation of muscle fibers and acceleration of processes at the cell membrane.
Content: 3D Animation – length 2:40 minutes
Utilization: Website, lectures, Youtube, customer information
Specifications: Full HD (1920*1080 Pixel)
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Screenshots Animation electrotherapy in veterinary medicine:
Activation of processes at the cell membrane
Stimulation of nerve fibers