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A form of energy that produces light, heat, magnetic and chemical changes
The movement of electricity along a path called a conductor
Technical name for any electrically powered appliance
A material that allows electricity to flow through it easily
Material that does not allow the flow of electric current
A unit of electric strength
A unit of electric pressure
A unit of electric resistance
A measure of how much electrical energy is being used
The application of electrical currents during treatments to the skin. The application of special currents or modalities that have certain effects on the skin.
Changes alternating current into direct current
A device containing a fine metal wire that allows current to flow through it
High frequency current known as the violet ray. An alternating current which can be adjusted to different voltages to produce heat. High frequency current that does not produce muscle contractions.
An electrical current that stimulates hair growth and increases glandular activity
A galvanic current that produces a negative pole that softens and stimulates tissue
Changes direct current into alternating current
An AC current that produces muscle contractions
A combination light such as florescent or incandescent
A reusable device that breaks the flow of current when an overload occurs
A galvanic current that produces a positive pole that hardens and soothes nerves
A larger power source producing alternating current only
The portion of the elctromagnetic spectrum that humans can see
A 3 wire system used to protect you when operating certain kinds of appliances
Alternating Current (AC)
Electrons flow first in one direction and then another
Direct Current (DC)
Electrons flowing in one direction only
They have a positive and a negative terminal and produce direct current only