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The ReGentex line of dysphagia electrodes are high-quality, low-impedance electrodes that are compatible with existing NMES devices for the treatment of dysphagia. These FDA cleared electrodes offer a cost -effective alternative to your healthcare facility.
FDA 510 (K) cleared
Compatible with existing NMES dysphagia units
Made in the U.S.A
Excellent customer support
Gel does not separate from carbon
Available in our Ultra-Flexible, Blue Foam topcoat
Longer snap posts for secure connection from lead wires to electrodes
Prompt turnaround time on orders
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Dysphagia Electrodes and the ReGentex Difference
What Is Dysphagia?Dysphagia is a condition defined by difficulty swallowing. Cases range from mild difficulty swallowing to the complete inability to swallow any foods or liquids.
Treating DysphagiaIn addition to swallowing or speech therapy and other treatment modalities, Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) is an FDA cleared therapy used as an adjunct treatment to re-educate and strengthen the swallowing muscles of the throat to improve swallowing function.
The ReGentex DifferenceThe ReGentex line of dysphagia electrodes are high-quality, low-impedance electrodes that are compatible with existing NMES devices for the treatment of dysphagia.
Chattanooga® is the world’s largest manufacturer of rehabilitation equipment for treating musculoskeletal, neurological and soft tissue disorders. For over seven decades, Chattanooga has set a benchmark for leadership, reliability and excellence. Our products contribute to better treatment outcomes in hospitals, clinics and home settings worldwide. As the world’s leading brand in rehabilitation, Chattanooga is sold in over 80 countries worldwide. Visionary Solutions US is proud to be a Chattanooga Distributor Partner.
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