Talk:Microcurrent electrical neuromuscular stimulator

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iffy bit[edit]

This bit's a bit dubious:

The theory elaborated by Pierre Mathieu a Victoria Biomechanics specialist and TCM practitionner, was that the MENS is running one order of magnitude closer to the body's actual currents of only a few picoamps (pA) which are one millionth of a microamp itself one millionth of an Amp! The stimulation therefore is more in coherence with the body's own circuitry. The issue has been that generating stable square wave currents at microamp levels is already a challenge... but the real acting factor may actually be the magnetic fields generated by those currents which would equate with those conveyed by the metal needles employed in acupuncture.

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