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A Low-frequency Impulse Apparatus for Physical Therapy

This review article notes that treatment with an “Infita” apparatus, used to deliver low-frequency magnetic fields, has been shown to improve general hemodynamics and microcirculation in addition to exhibiting antiinflammatory, sedative, and analgesic effects in Olympic-level Russian athletes.

A. Zaslavskii, et al., “A Low-frequency Impulse Apparatus for Physical Therapy ‘Infita’,” Med Tehk, 5, 1994, p. 39-41.

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