An electrical stimulation device for applying electrical stimulus to a living body includes a pair of applicators adapted to each contact the living body. The applicators each include electrically conductive material covered by electrically insulating material whereby the electrically conductive material is separated from the living body by the electrically insulating material when the applicators contact the living body. A preferred applicator is formed of flat cable having a plurality of conductors therein that form a plurality of antennas for transmitting electrical signals to the body. A signal generator generates a series of positive electrical pulses to be applied to the living body through the applicators. The applicators of the invention allow much more power to be applied to the body than is possible with prior art devices and the signal generator allows a user a wide range of power adjustment so that the intensity of the signal applied to the body can adjusted over a wide range to obtain desired intensity effects. The device can be used for treating and creating a wide range of body conditions such as treating pain and related stress and bleeding and blood clots, stimulating muscles, finding microorganisms, and treating UV skin damage.

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  • Publication: May 11, 2004
  • Application: Dec 14, 2002
    US US 31936402 A
  • Priority: Dec 14, 2002
    US US 31936402 A
  • Priority: Dec 14, 2001
    US US 34148401 P

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