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Q: I was taught that you cannot directly treat an open wound/cut with SCENAR. Is that correct?
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Q: I was taught that you cannot directly treat an open wound/cut with SCENAR. Is that correct?

A: Absolutely not. You can and should treat any acute injury – a cut, bruise, abrasion, bleeding wound – immediately. Always remember that SCENAR is the best non-invasive First Aid device.

The area of the injury may be different:

1)      If the damaged skin area is less than one electrode, it is necessary to place the device directly on the wound.

2)      If the area of the damaged skin is bigger than one electrode, the treatment performed from the periphery towards the wound. The device is placed on the border of the undamaged skin and the wound.

3)      If the wound is lacerated, treat the skin as close to the wound as possible.

In the case of the shallow cuts, small in length and depth, lacerated and bruised wounds, you can treat the damaged surface 2-3 times a day to accelerate the healing process, in a constant D-0 mode. After the SCENAR treatment you can put an aseptic bandage.

As a rule, just one SCENAR treatment at the very beginning is enough for successful healing process, a scab is formed on the damaged surface, under which the skin heals successfully within 3-5 days, after which the scab falls off.

It is recommended to perform 2-3 procedures a day.

If it is not possible to work directly on the wound (the wound is covered with a bandage/cast), then you should treat the skin around the bandage/cast, or on a symmetrical zone.

When treating a wound, the device is re-placed on the skin. The treatment time is not limited, it is necessary to get the dynamics of the complaint (reduction of pain, swelling, bleeding).

Most often, such injuries are accompanied by minor capillary bleeding (blood has a saturated red color, flows in drops, without ripple). At the beginning of SCENAR treatment the bleeding may increase slightly, the color of the blood becomes bright red. These are signs of an acceleration of the process of thrombus formation, and bleeding will stop significantly faster.

Device settings:

Professional devices: F (frequency) – high, Damping – sk2, sk4; SW1, SW3, SW4, Fm-Bio, BioF, E (energy) – uncomfortable.

Presets – Acute Pain.

Home devices: F (frequency) – 340, Fm, Am 3: 1, E (energy) – uncomfortable.

During the procedure, the parameters of the device should be alternated (this will accelerate the positive dynamics). Our training participants can look up the combination of the settings in the table for Acute Pain.

Q: Where healthy travel drives greater business profitability?

A: Absolutely not. You can and should treat any acute injury – a cut, bruise, abrasion, bleeding wound – immediately. Always remember that SCENAR is the best non-invasive First Aid device.

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