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Vibration Anesthesia Device

Vibration Anesthesia Device

Pain Effect Mechanism / Vibration Anesthesia Device 


Gate Control Theory is a theory proposed by R. Melzack and P. D. Wall in 1965, explaining how the mechanism of pain occurs.

According to this theory, pain impulses reach the dorsal horn of the spinal cord by two types of nerve fibers; large diameter fibers (Aβ fiber) and small diameter fibers (C fiber). Large diameter fibers transmit sensations such as touch, vibration, pressure, while small diameter fibers transmit harmful sensations such as pain. Both fibers affect T cells. When T cells are stimulated at a certain level, we begin to feel pain. Inhibitory cells regulate whether the door is open or not. When small diameter fibers are activated by an event such as a pinprick, they stimulate T cells. This opens the pain gate, causing the pain signal to be transmitted to the thalamus. However, at the same time, when inhibitory cells are stimulated by large diameter fibers through a distracting event such as rubbing, caressing, and vibration, the sensation of pain decreases.



Vibration Anesthesia Device and Door Control Theory


The IHM device stimulates both small diameter and large diameter fibers; however, the main effect is on large diameter fibers. The Saturn device stimulates large-diameter fibers during application, causing the pain gate to close and less pain to be felt.







Areas of use;

  • Dermal filler applications
  • Mesotherapy applications
  • Botox applications
  • PRP applications
  • Bloodletting and IV therapy
  • Vaccine applications
  • Suture removal

Ek bilgi

Ağırlık 0.250 kg
Boyutlar 15 × 8 × 5 cm

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