ZDCS-AK Zonal decompression chamber (small-size)

ZDCS-AK Zonal decompression chamber (small-size)

 

It is designed to conduct physiotherapeutic procedures by supplying the pulsating negative pressure along with magnetic field to the lower pelvis region, as well as to the lower limbs.

Stimulates the level of metabolic processes in the body.

Normalizes protein and electrolyte balance, hemodynamic parameters.

Contributes to elimination of inflammation areas, prevents neoplasms.

 

Pelvic chamber is intended for treatment of:

 

  • chronic inflammatory processes of female internal genital organs, followed by pelvic adhesionsKZDM and tubal infertility and menstrual disorder.
  • algodismenorrhea
  • sex infantilism
  • vegetovascular dystonia and hypertensive disease of 1-2 degree
  • obesity
  • lower pelvic congestion
  • lumbosacral radiculitis and lumbar spine pain
  • consequences of injuries and damages of neuromuscular apparatus
  • colics, gastric dysmotility, flatulency
  • biliary dyskinesia, chronic cholecystitis
  • acute and chronic osteitis, osteochondropathy
  • vacuum pressure source;
  • therapy bed;
  • control panel;
  • pelvic chamber with sealing accessories.

 

Limb chamber is intended for treatment of:

 

  • traumatic injuries of soft-tissues and bonesKZDM2
  • varicose disease and post-thrombophlebitis syndrome
  • lymphostasis
  • obliterating vascular disease of upper and lower limbs
  • vacuum pressure source;
  • therapy bed;
  • control panel;
  • limb chamber with sealing accessories.

 

 

 

 

Vacuum pressure range, kPa  2 - 12
Power supply, V/Hz  ~ 220/50
Power consumption, VA, not more than  1 500

 

Medical methods were developed by the Center for Rehabilitation of Human Reproductive Function (Donetsk), the Research Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology of the Medical Sciences Academy of Ukraine, the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Surgery named after Shalimov, Kyiv, SPA "Transport Medicine", Odessa.

 

Recommended for use in medical practice by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine (Reg. No. 527/97).