Magofon user manual

Magofon user manual
MAGOFON-01
Contents
List of
diseases
recommended
for
treatment
with
the
magnetoacoustic MAGOFON device……………………………...
3
Contraindications for usage of the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON
device……………………………………………………….……...
4
Influence of the magnetoacoustic treatment with the MAGOFON
device on the human body…………………………………….…...
4
Technical data……………………………………………………...
5
Delivery set………………………………………………………...
6
Marking…………………………………………………………….
7
Safety measures……………………………………………………
7
Preparation for use…………………………………………………
8
Methods of treatment using the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON-01
device………………………………………………………………
9
Maintenance………………………………………………………..
38
Storage and transportation…………………………………………
39
Acceptance certificate……………………………………………...
39
Warranty…………………………………………………………...
40
Operating manual
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MAGOFON-01
Dear customer!
Thank you for choosing the portable magnetoacoustic MAGOFON01 device (hereinafter MAGOFON). The device is intended for both
treatment and prophylaxis of various diseases. It is manufactured using
ecologically pure materials and is safe to your body. The device is
reliable and easy to be used both in a hospital and at home.
Before using the MAGOFON at home, please carefully read the
operatiny manual for geting best application results.
The physical environment factors were crucial for life creation and
evolution on Earth. These factors are integer ecological system
components which harmonically interact and have a wholesome effect
on living organisms including humans. Any deficiency or surplus of any
environmental physical factor or factors lead to huge energetic losses in
an organism and evoke supplementary compensation mechanisms. This
causes weaker resistibility to exterior unfavorable impact and provokes a
disease.
The curing effect of physical factors has been known from time
immemorial: sun bathing, massage, mud and water cure, heat therapy
and magnetotherapy (application of magnetic iron to the sore organ).
The first notion of magnetic fields influence on the human body can be
traced back as long as the 5th century BC. The curing effect of magnets
was mentioned by Aristotle, Pliny the elder, Paracels and others.
Having a many years experience in production of portable medical
devices and having accumulated lots of materials as to application of
physiotherapy, the Designer’s Office of the Yelatma Instrument- Making
Enterprise has developed a device for integrated treatment with alternate
magnetic field and wide-range vibro-acoustic signal.
The MAGOFON device is used both for treatment and prevention of
various diseases.
The magnetic vibroacoustic therapy using MAGOFON can be
combined with thermotherapy as well as medicinal preparations.
Moreover, therapeutics as ointments and potions become more
chemically active when applied in the presence of an alternate magnetic
field and easier infiltrate the body tissues. This means that treatment
with MAGOFON enhances the therapeutics effect.
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LIST OF DISEASES RECOMMENDED FOR TREATMENT
WITH THE MAGNETOACOUSTIC MAGOFON-01 DEVICE
1. Spinal osteochondrosis (including that with the nerve-root
syndrome)
2. Deforming osteoarthrosis
3. Arthritis
4. Bursitis
5. Epicondylitis
6. Myositis
7. Gout
8. Fracture
9. Joint trauma
10. Soft tissue injury
11. Haematoma
12. Ligament and muscle injure
13. Post-traumatic oedema
14. Post-operational wound
15. Varicose illness
16. Chronic venal insufficiency with trophic disorder
17. Vegetative-vascular dystonia to hypertonic type
18. Prosopalgia
19. Neuritis
20. Chronic otitis
21. Frontal sinusitis
22. Frontitis
23. Rhinitis (also allergic)
24. Tracheitis
25. Bronchitis
26. Periodontal disease
27. Gingivitis
28. Chronic sialoadenitis
29. Arthritis of the temporomandibular joint
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CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR USAGE OF THE
MAGNETOACOUSTIC MAGOFON DEVICE
1. Acute abscesses and inflammations, febrilities
2. Blood diseases: blood system illnesses, hemorrhage and inclination
to it, inclination to thrombus formation or thrombi, thrombophlebitis
3. Cardiovascular system diseases: explicit hypotension, grave course
of ischemia, early post-infarct period, acute cerebral blood
circulation disorder
4. Pregnancy
5. Cancer diseases
6. Thyrotoxicosis
7. Diencephalic syndrome
8. Cardioaccelerator implant within the application zone
Small metallic enclosure, as well as crowned teeth are not to be treated
as contraindications to application of the device.
INFLUENCE OF THE MAGNETOACOUSTIC TREATMENT
WITH THE MAGOFON-01 DEVICE ON THE HUMAN BODY
The low-frequency alternate magnetic field of the MAGOFON device
has a multiple effect on the human body, which leads to favorable
processes as:
- favorable effect to sleep and emotional stress, sedative effect as a
consequence of the nerve system inhibition process stimulation;
- improvement of cerebral blood circulation as a result of the blood
vessel tonus reduction and increase of the brain resistibility to oxygen
deficiency, which leads to cerebral metabolism energization;
- partial reduction of arterial hypertension;
- anaesthetic effect due to the nerve system peripheral receptor
sensibility reduction;
- training effect on the endocrine system and its energization;
- capillary bloodstream increase, capillary tonus and retractivability
improvement;
- gap expansion in minor blood vessels, activation of idle capillary
vessels;
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- minor blood vessels penetrability increase, which facilitates
dispersion of oedema and medicine;
- improvement of metabolic processes, which inhibits inflammatory
phenomena in the sore organ or in the whole organism;
- better resistibility to bad environment;
Acoustic vibrations cause:
- receptor mechanical innervation;
- interchanging contraction and extension of tissues.
Local application of both magnetic field and acoustic vibrations
provides for effect on both cellular and molecular level. This ensures
higher quality treatment compared to separate applications, since the
effect is on both the sore organ and on the whole body and the main
regulatory systems are concerned.
All the above quoted effects have been proved during the clinical
tests.
Treatment with MAGOFON also positively influences the functional
condition of the vegetative nervous system which supervises the
function of internals.
Treatment with MAGOFON influences greatly neuro-endocrine
regulation and leads to mobilization of the endocrine system reserves
when carefully dosed.
Treatment with MAGOFON has a favorable effect on the patient’s
psycho-emotional condition and thus assists recovery.
Course treatment with MAGOFON causes considerable increase of
the patient’s adaptation ability, which in its turn reduces the risk of
cancer diseases as well as other illnesses. Adaptation ability is viewed as
the ability to resist unfavorable impact of the environment and the ability
to recover.
TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MAGNETOACOUSTIC
MAGOFON-01 DEVICE
The portable magnetoacoustic MAGOFON-01 device is designed for
use at home and clinically.
· Magnetic induction amplitude value on the device working surface 30±9 mTl.
· Acoustic range frequency 0,02-20 kHz.
· Acoustic noise pressure spectral density at 300 mm. away from the
device (within the 0,02 to 20 kHz frequency range) 1 Pa or less.
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·
Power supply is realized from the electrical AC system with the
50Hz frequency, ~220V (-10%; +10%) or~ 230V (-10%,+6%)
voltage.
· Power consumption from the mains 36 VA or less.
· Device weight max.0,7 kg
· Overall dimensions 200х60х85 mm.
Note: maximal deviation ±3%.
· Light indicated power switch on.
· Continuous work - 6 hours in cycles 50 min work - 10 min idle.
· The outer surfaces of the device body and power cord are resistant
to disinfection with the following agents:
- Hydrogen peroxide;
- Chloramine B;
- Veltocept;
- Alaminol;
- Bianol;
- Veltolen;
- Lyzafin;
- Lyzoformin 3000.
· Average mean-time- between- failures - 1500 hours.
· Average life time - 5 years.
· Magnetic induction maximal value at 0,5 m from the application
surface of the device – 0,5 mT or less.
The delivery set includes
· MAGOFON-01 device;
· Magnetic field indicator;
· Operatiny manual.
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DELIVERY SET
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MAGOFON-01
MARKING OF THE MAGNETOACOUSTIC MAGOFON-01
DEVICE
The device has the following markings:
“II Class device”.
This defines the device as complying to Class II as regards
electrical safety according to IEC 601-1-88;
!
“Caution, refer to the user’s manual”;
“B type operating part ”.
The mark indicating that device operating part according to
degree of electrical shock protection is В GOST Р 50267.092 (IEC 601-1-88) type.
SAFETY MEASURES
The device is to be used after reading this manual.
The device is to be placed at convenient access to the mains power.
Do not permit mains power cord and patient cable straining.
Power source 50 Hz, ~220V (-10%; +10%) or ~230V (-10%; +6%).
While going through the disinfection procedure do not allow moisture
inside the device. Keep the device from dampness, shocks and tossing.
CAUTION! The device is not to be used with damaged or dismantled
power source casing.
CAUTION! Do not cover the power source unit of the device while
using it, lest it should overheat.
Note:
1. The device casing should have no cracks or chippings.
2. The application surface may have traces of the material leaks
which are not to be considered casing damage and which do not effect
the device workability.
Do not lift or displace the device by the power cord. The device is not
to be used with a damaged power cord!
Note: the power cord surface should show no cracks or breaks.
The device is not to be used in vicinity to magnetic data carriers,
audio- or video appliances and other devices sensible to magnetic fields.
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PREPARATION FOR USE
Before the first application at home and whenever necessary the outer
surfaces of the device body and a power cord should be disinfected by
their wiping twice with a 10-minute interval using a piece of fabric cloth
damped with the solution of one of the following agents:
- Hydrogen peroxide;
- Chloramine B;
- Veltocept.
When used at medical institutions the device should be disinfected
following each procedure using the following agents according to the
instructions for their application:
- Hydrogen peroxide;
- Chloramine B;
- Veltocept;
- Alaminol;
- Bianol;
- Veltolen;
- Lyzafin;
- Lyzoformin 3000.
While cleaning avoid leakage of the disinfection solution or
detergent inside the device casing.
After the procedure, if the device has been contacting with medicine,
thoroughly clean the device surface with a cotton cloth.
The
presence
of
magnetic field can be
checked by applying the
magnetic indicator with its
flat area to the marked
surface of the activated
device. The LED indicator
should go on.
The metal membrane
The area of magnetic
The area of
located in the deepening of
field application
vibroacoustic exposure
the
application
(flat)
surface of the device is the
source of vibroacoustic
signal (“white” noise).
Assume a comfortable position to stay in for 40 minutes. The séance
site should be located near a mains power socket. The device is used
application surface first on the body area depending on the disease type.
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The device may be fixated by means of a cotton bandage, strip or towel
to treat a specific area, or it can be slowly moved around the area.
Application can be done through a light clothing as well as ointment,
wet and damp cotton bandage. While conducting application through a
plaster cast, treatment is done by the magnetic field only, since no
acoustic vibrations can be transferred through plaster.
Application with the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON device can be
combined with thermal therapy and medicine. Magnetoacoustic teatment
is known to be most efficient with various remedies for external use:
ointments, solutions, potions, liniments, muds, creams etc. Combined
with magnetoacoustic treatment, these remedies’ pharmacological effect
and skin penetrability are enhanced. This facilitates more efficient
treatment using external remedies. Magnetophoresis can be used in
cosmetology for face-packs and applications.
Please also consider the following general notes referring to
physiotherapy treatment:
- treatment is to be done in regular intervals for a period of time,
taking a 30-60 minutes rest after each séance
- for treatment or prophylaxis, courses are to be taken 3-4 times
annually
- do not attempt treatment after consumption of alcohol, sedatives or
psychotropic drugs if you take them in irregularly or if the dose exceeds
the one prescribed by your physician
- do not attempt treatment while overfatige, brainfag or physical
ergasthenia.
METHODS OF TREATMENT USING THE
MAGNETOACOUSTIC MAGOFON DEVICE
Treatment implies influencing the sore area, surrounding tissues and
reflex zones by fixing the device at the area or applying in slow
movement as shown on the charts. Sometimes a pleasant warmth is felt
at the area of application.
In case of traumas or acute processes the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device is used after the acute phase or during relief
periods and remission phase in case of chronic diseases.
With some serious cases, pain may cease only after taking a second
course of treatment.
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Treatment procedures ( per course of treatment is 10-20 procedures)
are better to be conducted at the same time of the day, preferably in 1 or
2 hours before a meal.
Methods of treatment of the first course sèances using the
magnetoacoustic MAGOFON-01 device for the cases not mentioned
further in the text (Table 1).
Séance No.
Duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Duration
1
5 min
3 - 4 days
2
6 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
9 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
The first course séances (Table 1) are to be taken once a day with a 34 days break in the middle of the course. Start with duration time 3-5
min, gradually increasing it to the maximal value shown in the table.
Sometimes temporal aggravation of the disease is possible (pains
increase, dizziness etc.) on the 3rd day of treatment. In order to avoid
unpleasant sensations it is recommended séances are to be conducted
according to the table.
Note: You shouldn`t increase the duration of séance regarding that
stated in the table for to take the maximal therapeutic effect from
treatment procedures
For fixing the achieved results or continuing the treatment of chronic
and serious cases, a second course of treatment should be done (Table 2)
after a 30-40 days break.
Methods of second treatment using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device (Table 2).
Séance No.
Duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Duration
1
7 min
3 – 4 days
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
7 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
11 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
Additional courses are taken (Table3) once every 3-4 months, i.e. 3-4
times a year.
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Methods of additional treatment
MAGOFON device (Table 3).
Séance No.
Duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Duration
using the
magnetoacoustic
1
7 min
3 days
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
9 min
6
12 min
7
14 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
10 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
Note: in case that the disease is aggravated by reasons other than
treatment with the device, 1st course is to be taken (Table 1).
Treatment using the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON-01 device is well
endured by people with wasted health and elderly persons.
Note: for better results and deeper penetration of the magnetic
vibrations through the body tissues séances can be conducted using 2
MAGOFON devices.
In case that undesirable effects have arisen, the course is to be
stopped and you have to consult the doctor.
Motor organs diseases
1.Osteochondrosis
with
the
radicularis syndrome (with symptoms
like neck pain, shoulder and elbow
pains). Fig. 1.
Treatment is done in turns over areas,
fixing the device at the area or applying
in slow movement as follows:
Areas 1 and 2 – by both sides of the
cervical spine;
Areas 3 and 4 - by both sides of the
collar zone;
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Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
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Methods of treatment using the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON device
for cervical spine (Table 4).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5 min
6 min
4 min
6min
8 min
8 min
10 min
2 min
2 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device for cervical spine (Table 5).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
5 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
9 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3,5 min
3,5 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
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Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device for cervical spine (Table 6).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
10 min
6
12 min
7
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
8 min
11
9 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
2.Osteochondrosis of the thoracic
Area 2
Area 1
spine with the radicularis syndrome (with
symptoms like the thoracic spine pain,
vertebral pains from innards). Fig. 2.
Area 4
Area 3
Treatment is done in turns by areas
whether fixing the device at the area or
applying in slow smooth movement as
follows:
Areas 1 and 2 – by both sides of the
Fig.2
thoracic spine;
Areas 3 and 4 - by intercostal zones;
Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for thoracic spine (Table 7).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5 min
6 min
4 min
6 min
8 min
8 min
10 min
2 min
2 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
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Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device for thoracic spine (Table 8).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
8 min
6
10 min
7
10 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
1 min
1 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for thoracic spine (Table 9).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
10 min
6
12 min
7
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
9 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
3.Osteochondrosis of the lumbarsacral spine with the lumbar syndrome
(with symptoms like lumbar pain, pains
echoing to leg or legs). Fig. 3.
Treatment is done in turns by areas
whether fixing the device at the area or
applying in slow smooth movement as
follows:
Areas 1 and 2 – by both sides of the
lumbar spine;
Areas 3 and 4 - by both sides of the
sacral spine including buttocks;
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Area 3
Area 2
Area 4
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Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for lumbar-sacral spine (Table 10).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5 min
6 min
4 min
6 min
8 min
8 min
10 min
2 min
2 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for lumbar-sacral spine (Table 11).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
7 min
5
8 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
1 min
1 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for lumbar-sacral spine (Table 12).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
10 min
6
12 min
7
14 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 days
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
1 min
1 min
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1 min
1 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
9 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
3 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
5 min
1 min
1 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
6 min
6 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
4.Deforming osteoarthrosis. Fig.4.
The device is applied on the joint area
and the surrounding tissues fixing the
device at the area or applying in slow
round movements. The acoustic radiator
should be pressed firmly against the
application area. For example, in case of
the deforming osteoarthrosis of the hip
joint areas 1 and 2 are treated, from the
front and at the side of the joint.
Area 1
Area 2
Fig.4
Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for osteoarthrosis of the hip joint (Table 13).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
4 min
4
6 min
5
6 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 - 4 days
3 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
7 min
7 min
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for osteoarthrosis of the hip joint (Table 14).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
5 min
4
7 min
5
8 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
3 - 4 days
4 min
4 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
4 min
4 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
6 min
6 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for osteoarthrosis of the hip joint (Table 15).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
6 min
4
8 min
5
10 min
6
12 min
7
14 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
3 days
4 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
7 min
7 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
9 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
4 min
4 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
6 min
6 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
5.Shoulder and spade joint
periarthritis. Fig.5.
The device is applied on the
joint area and the surrounding
tissues fixing the device at the
area or applying in slow
movements. The acoustic radiator
should be pressed firmly against
the application area. Areas 1 and
2 are treated, from the front and
at the side of the joint.
Operating manual
Area 2
Area 1
Fig.5
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for shoulder and spade joint periarthritis (Table
16).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
8 min
7
8 min
2 min
2 min
3 - 4 days
2,5 min
2,5 min
2 min
2 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
8
6 min
9
8 min
10
5 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
7 min
7 min
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01 device for shoulder and spade joint periarthritis (Table
17).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
8 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 - 4 days
3 min
3 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
4 min
4 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
6 min
6 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for shoulder and spade joint periarthritis (Table 18).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
7 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
2
8 min
4 min
4 min
3
6 min
3min
3 min
4
8 min
4 min
4 min
5
10 min
5 min
5 min
6
12 min
6 min
6 min
7
14 min
7 min
7 min
9
9 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
10
7 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
11
9 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
12
12 min
6 min
6 min
13
15 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
14
15 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
3 days
8
8 min
4 min
4 min
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MAGOFON-01
6.Arthritis, bursitis.
Fig.6.
The device is applied on
the joint area and the
Area 1
surrounding tissues fixing
Area 2
the device at the area or
applying in slow circular
movements. The acoustic
radiator should be pressed
Fig.6
firmly
against
the
application
area.
For
example, in case of a knee
joint arthritis areas 1 and 2
Area 1
are treated, at the side of
the joint.
Methods of treatment
course are shown in tables
16, 17 and 18 (as for
shoulder and spade joint
periarthritis.
Fig.7
7.Epicondylitis. Fig.7.
Area 1 is treated.
Methods of treatment course using the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON
device for epicondylitis (Table 19).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
5 min
10
4 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
8 min
14
9 min
2 days
8
4 min
Operating manual
Page 19
MAGOFON-01
8.Myositis. Fig.8.
The sore muscle of group of muscles
are treated, e.g. dorsal muscles, area 1,
fixing the device at the area or applying
in slow smooth movements.
Area 1
Methods of treatment course using
the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON device
for myositis (Table 20).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
1
3 min
Fig.8
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
7
5 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
9 min
1 day
6
4 min
9.Gout. Fig.9.
The joint area and the surrounding
tissues are treated, fixing the device at
the area e.g. in case of sore toe joints,
area 1.
Area 1
Fig.9
Methods of initial treatment course using
the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON device
for gout (Table 21).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
5 min
10
4 min
11
5 min
12
6-7 min
13
7-8 min
14
8-9 min
3 days
8
4 min
Operating manual
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for gout (Table 22).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
8 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
8 min
14
10 min
3 days
8
5 min
Methods of additional treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for gout (Table 23).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
8 min
9
7 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
8 min
13
9 min
14
10 min
3 days
8
6 min
Motor organs traumas
10.Bone fracture. Fig.10.
The fracture area is treated through
the plaster beginning with the 3rd day
after the accident. For instance, an ankle
joint fracture is treated by fixing the
device rigidly on the plaster at the
fracture projection zone, area 1, and on
the fracture area after plaster removal.
Operating manual
Area 1
Fig.10
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for fracture (Table 24).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 days
3 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
7 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
14 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
7 min
7 min
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for fracture (Table 25).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
3 days
4 min
4 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
15 min
14
15 min
4 min
4 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
6 min
6 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
7,5 min
11.Joint injure. Fig.11.
The injured joint area is
treated on the 3rd day after
the accident
Treatment is done in turns
by areas 1 and 2 whether
fixing the device at the area
or
applying
in
slow
movement.
Area 2
Area 1
Fig.11
Operating manual
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of initial treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for joint injure (Table 26).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
8 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
2 min
2 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
8
5 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
7 min
12
8 min
13
10 min
14
12 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
2 min
2 min
3 days
Methods of second treatment course using the magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON device for joint injure (Table 27).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
1
6 min
2
7 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
3 min
3 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
5 min
5 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
12 min
14
12 min
4 min
4 min
4,5 min
4,5 min
3,5 min
3,5 min
4 min
4 min
6 min
6 min
6 min
6 min
6 min
6 min
3 min
3 min
3 days
12.Soft tissues injure, haematoma,
ligament and muscle injure, posttraumatical oedema. Fig. 12.
The injured joint area is treated after
12 hours past the accident.
Area 1
Fig.12
Operating manual
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MAGOFON-01
Methods of treatment course using the magnetoacoustic MAGOFON
device for soft tissues injure, e.g. hip, haematoma, ligament and muscle
injure, post-traumatical oedema (Table 28).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
6 min
2
7 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
12 min
14
12 min
3 days
8
8 min
13.Post-operational wounds. Fig.13.
The wound area is treated on the 3rd
day past the operation.
Area 1
Fig.13
Methods of treatment course for postoperational wounds (Table 29).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3,5 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
7
6 min
8
8 min
9
10 min
10
10 min
1 day
6
5 min
Area 1
14.Vegetative-vascular dystonia to
hypertonic type. Fig.14.
The device is fixed rigidly or
applying in slow smooth movements at
the collar area 1 and at the adrenal areas
2 and 3.
Area 2
Area 3
Fig.14
Operating manual
Page 24
MAGOFON-01
Methods of initial treatment course for vegetative-vascular dystonia
to hypertonic type (Table 30).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
4 min
6
5 min
7
6 min
2 min
30 s
30 s
3 – 4 days
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
30 s
30 s
8
4 min
9
5 min
10
4 min
11
5 min
12
6 min
13
7 min
14
8 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
6 min
7 min
8 min
Methods of second treatment course for vegetative-vascular dystonia
to hypertonic type (Table 31).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
7 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
3 - 4 days
4 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
3 min
30 s
30 s
4 min
30 s
30 s
6 min
7 min
8
5 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
8 min
14
10 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
30 s
30 s
5 min
6 min
7 min
8 min
10 min
Methods of additional treatment course for vegetative-vascular
dystonia to hypertonic type (Table 32).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
8 min
4 min
30 s
30 s
3 days
6 min
5 min
5 min
30 s
30 s
6 min
7 min
8 min
8
6 min
9
7 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
8 min
13
9 min
14
10 min
5 min
30 s
30 s
7 min
6 min
6 min
30 s
30 s
8 min
9 min
10 min
Operating manual
Page 25
MAGOFON-01
15.Varicose disease. Fig.15.
The device is fixed rigidly or
applying in slow smooth movements at
areas 1 and 2.
Area 1
Area 2
Fig.15
Methods of initial treatment course
for varicose disease (Table 33).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
4 min
11
5 min
12
6 min
13
7 min
14
8 min
2 days
8
5 min
Methods of second treatment course for varicose disease (Table 34).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
3 days
8
5 min
Methods of additional treatment course for varicose disease (Table 35).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
8 min
9
7 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
8 min
13
8 min
14
8 min
3 days
8
6 min
Operating manual
Page 26
MAGOFON-01
16.Chronic
venal
insufficiency. Fig.16.
The device is fixed
rigidly or applying in
slow smooth movements
at areas 1 and 2.
Area 1
Area 2
Fig.16
Methods of initial treatment course for chronic venal insufficiency
(Table 36).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
6 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
3 days
8
5 min
Methods of second treatment course for chronic venal insufficiency
(Table 37).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
3 days
8
5 min
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Methods of additional treatment
insufficiency (Table 38).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
course for
chronic
venal
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
7 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
3 days
8
6 min
Area 1
Neurological diseases
17.Prosopalgia. Fig.17.
The pain zone is treated, area 1.
Fig.17
Methods of initial treatment course for trifacial neuralgia using the
MAGOFON device (Table 39).
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
5
min
2
5
min
3
5
min
4
6
min
5
6
min
6
7
min
7
7
min
Methods of repeated treatment course for trifacial neuralgia using the
MAGOFON device (Table 40).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Operating manual
1
7
min
2
8
min
3
6
min
4
7
min
5
7
min
6
8
min
7
10
min
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18.Neuritis. Fig. 18.
Application is conducted along the
sore nerve. E.g. sciatic nerve
inflammation is treated by applying
the device in free caressing strokes,
the vibro-acoustic membrane held
tight to the skin at areas 1 and 2.
Area 1
Area 2
Fig.18
Methods of initial treatment course
for neuritis (Table 41).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
3 min
2
4 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
6 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
2 days
8
5 min
Methods of second treatment course for neuritis (Table 42).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
2 days
8
5 min
Methods of additional treatment course for neuritis (Table 43).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration for one
area
1
4 min
2
5 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
7 min
10
6 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
7 min
14
7 min
3 days
8
6 min
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Otolaryngological diseases
19.Acute catarrhal otitis. Fig. 19.
Application is conducted in
free caressing strokes or fixing
the device at the helix - area 1.
Area 1
Fig.19
Methods of initial treatment course for catarrhal otitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 44).
Séance No.
Procedure time per area
Break between courses
1
4 min
2 days
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
Séance No.
Procedure time per area
8
5 min
9
5 min
10
5 min
11
6 min
12
6 min
20.Antritis. Fig. 20.
Application is conducted at
the antrum of Highmore
(bilaterally, if necessary) area 1.
Operating manual
Area 1
Fig.20
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Methods of initial treatment course for maxillary sinusitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 45).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
1
3 min
2
3 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
4 min
6
4 min
7
4 min
9
4 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
6 min
13
6 min
14
6 min
2 days
8
4 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for maxillary sinusitis using
the MAGOFON device (Table 46).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
1
4 min
2
4 min
3
5 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
2 days
8
6 min
Methods of supporting treatment course for maxillary sinusitis using
the MAGOFON device (Table 47).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
maxillary sinus
1
4 min
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
5 min
10
6 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5 min
3 days
8
5 min
21.Frontitis. Fig. 21.
Application is conducted at
the frontal sinuses (bilaterally,
if necessary) - area 1.
Area 1
Fig.21
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Methods of initial treatment course for frontal sinusitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 48).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
3 min
2 days
2
3 min
3
3 min
4
4 min
5
4 min
6
5 min
7
5 min
8
4 min
9
4 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
5 min
13
6 min
14
6 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for frontal sinusitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 49).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
3 min
2 days
2
3 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
8
6 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
Methods of supporting treatment course for frontal sinusitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 50).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
4 min
3 days
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
8
5 min
9
5 min
10
6 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5 min
22.Rhinitis
(running
nose). Fig.22
Application is conducted
at the nose and the antrum of
Highmore - area 1.
Area 1
Fig.22
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Methods of initial treatment course for rhinitis using the MAGOFON
device (Table51).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
2 min
2 days
2
2 min
3
2 min
4
3 min
5
3 min
6
3 min
7
3 min
8
3 min
9
3 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
5 min
13
5 min
14
4 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for rhinitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table52).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
3 min
2 days
2
3 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
8
6 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
Area 1
Respiratory organs
23.Tracheitis. Fig. 23.
Application is conducted at the upper chest
- area 1.
Fig.23
Methods of initial treatment course for
tracheitis using the MAGOFON device
(Table 53).
Séance No.
Procedure time
1
5
min
2
5
min
3
5
min
4
6
min
5
6
min
6
7
min
7
7
min
Methods of repeated treatment course for tracheitis using the
MAGOFON device (Table 54).
Séance No.
Procedure time
Operating manual
1
7
min
2
8
min
3
6
min
4
7
min
5
7
min
6
8
min
7
10
min
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24. Bronchitis, including
obstructive
bronchitis.
Fig.24.
Application is conducted
at areas 1, 2 and 3
Area 1 – upper thorax
Areas 2 and 3 – thoracic
spine
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Fig.24
Methods of initial treatment course for bronchitis (Table 55).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
1
5 min
2
6 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
2 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
2 days
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
1 min
1 min
2 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
8
6 min
9
8 min
10
6 min
11
8 min
12
10 min
13
12 min
14
12 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
Methods of second treatment course for bronchitis (Table 56).
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Break between
courses
Séance No.
Total
séance
duration
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
1
7 min
2
8 min
3
5 min
4
6 min
5
7 min
6
8 min
7
10 min
3 min
2,5 min
2,5 min
2 min
1,5 min
1,5 min
2 min
2 min
2 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
3 min
3 min
8
8 min
9
9 min
10
7 min
11
8 min
12
12 min
13
12 min
14
12 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
2 min
2 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
4 min
3 min
2 min
2 min
2 days
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Stomatological diseases
Area 1
25.Pyorrhea, gingiviti. Fig.
25.
Application is conducted at
area 1 – projection of upper and
lower jaws on both sides of the
face.
Methods of initial treatment
course
for
parodontitis,
gingivitis using the MAGOFON
device (Table57).
Séance No.
Total procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Total procedure time
Fig.25
1
4 min
2 days
2
2 min
3
2 min
4
3 min
5
3 min
6
3 min
7
3 min
8
3 min
9
3 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
5 min
13
5 min
14
4 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for parodontitis, gingivitis
using the MAGOFON device (Table58).
Séance No.
Total procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Total procedure time
1
3 min
2 days
2
3 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
8
6 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
Methods of supporting treatment course for parodontitis, gingivitis
using the MAGOFON device (Table59).
Séance No.
Total procedure time
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Total procedure time
Operating manual
1
4 min
3 days
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
8
5 min
9
5 min
10
6 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5 min
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26. Chronic sialic adenoma.
Fig. 26.
Application is conducted at
area 1 – submaxillary area.
Area 1
Fig.26
Methods of initial treatment course for chronic sialoadenitis using
the MAGOFON device (Table 60).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
1
2 min
2
2 min
3
2 min
4
3 min
5
3 min
6
3 min
7
3 min
9
3 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
5 min
13
5 min
14
4 min
2 days
8
3 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for chronic sialoadenitis using
the MAGOFON device (Table 61).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
Operating manual
1
3 min
2
3 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
2 days
8
6 min
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Methods of supporting treatment course for chronic sialoadenitis
using the MAGOFON device (Table 62).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
gland
1
4 min
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
5 min
10
6 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5 min
3 days
8
5 min
27.Temporal-mandibular
joint arthritis. Fig. 27.
Application is conducted at
area 1, sore joint.
Area 1
Fig.27
Methods of initial treatment course for arthritis of temporomandibular articulation using the MAGOFON device (Table 63).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
1
2 min
2
2 min
3
2 min
4
3 min
5
3 min
6
3 min
7
3 min
9
3 min
10
5 min
11
5 min
12
5 min
13
5 min
14
4 min
2 days
8
3 min
Methods of repeated treatment course for arthritis of temporomandibular articulation using the MAGOFON device (Table 64).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
Operating manual
1
3 min
2
3 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
6 min
6
7 min
7
7 min
9
6 min
10
7 min
11
7 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5min
2 days
8
6 min
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Methods of supporting treatment course for arthritis of temporomandibular articulation using the MAGOFON device (Table 65).
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
Break
between
courses
Séance No.
Procedure time per
articulation
1
4 min
2
4 min
3
4 min
4
5 min
5
5 min
6
6 min
7
6 min
9
5 min
10
6 min
11
6 min
12
7 min
13
6 min
14
5 min
3 days
8
5 min
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance of the device is to be done by the servicing personnel.
Maintenance procedures are described in the table:
Procedure
1. Visual inspection of the device
casing for any damages.
2. Cleaning from dust and soil,
disinfection.
Operating manual
Timing
Before every treatment procedure.
Once a month or when lending the device
to another user.
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TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
The device is permitted to be stored in unheated storage at air
temperature from +40 °C to -50 °C, air relative humidity –98% at air
temperature +25 °C or 80% at air temperature +20 °C.
The device can be transported by all types of closed transport
facilities at the conditions as follows:
- air temperature –50 0C - +50 0C
- air relative humidity –100% at air temperature +25 °C or 80% at
air temperature +20 °C.
CERTIFICATE OF ACCEPTANCE
Magnetoacoustic
MAGOFON-01
device,
serial
_____________________ is recognized ready-for-service.
Date of manufacture______________________
number
Stamp
_______________________________________
(signature of the person responsible for acceptance)
Magnetoacoustic MAGOFON-01 device is packed according to the
designer documentation requirements.
Date of packing ___________________
Packing made by __________________
Stamp
Accepted after packing by
________________________________
signature
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MAGOFON-01
WARRANTY OF THE MANUFACTURER
The manufacturer guarantees the device quality to conform to the
requirements of the operating manual conditions of proper
transportation, usage and storage.
Warranty period is 12 months after sale.
Within the warranty period the manufacturer shall repair or replace
the defective device or its parts free of charge on presentation of the
guarantee bond.
Warranty provisions:
The warranty is only valid with correctly filled-in guarantee bond
quoting the serial number, date of sale and a vivid stamp of the vendor.
The warranty is void if:
- the device shows evidence of alien interference or repair attempt by
a non-authorized servicing company
- unauthorized changes into the design or construction of the device
have been introduced
- the device shows mechanical damages
- the device is damaged through introduction of alien objects,
substances or liquids
- the device is damaged through application using a mains power nonconforming to the State standards
The manufacturer forwards the electric diagram, description and other
technical documents to the authorized servicing centers on request.
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