BioMedical BioStim PigTail Electrodes

BioMedical BioStim PigTail Electrodes

Brand/Manufacturer: BIOMEDICAL LIFE SYSTEMS
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  • FSA Approved

BioMedical BioStim PigTail Electrodes are designed to last two weeks or more; the adhesive is durable while non-irritating. The pre-wired socket system permits easy lead wire connections when the electrode is applied to those hard-to-reach areas such as the upper and lower back. Biostim Pre Wired Electrodes offer extreme flexibility.

Why choose Biostim Pre Wired Electrodes?

  • Durable
  • provide extreme flexibility
  • Easy to use
  • Available in Oval and Square Shape

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
EERC200M 2" x 2", Square 4/Bag $0.13
$6.75
$4.19
EERC200M 2" x 2", Square 12/Bag $0.37
$17.45
$12.49
EERC200M 2" x 2", Square 40/Case $1.23
$57.55
$41.09
EEOV150250M 1.5" x 2.5", Oval 4/Bag $0.20
$9.85
$6.59
EEOV200400M 2" x 4", Oval 4/Bag $0.30
$15.15
$10.09

Features of BioStim PigTail Electrodes

  • BioStim Electrodes help in delivering the desired amount of electrical impulse
  • Biostim Pre Wired Electrodes designed to last two weeks or more
  • Biostim pre-wired electrodes are made of a durable and non-irritating adhesive
  • Latex-free to prevent allergic reactions


What to buy with BioMedical PigTail Electrodes

Also available separately:



How to use BioStim Pre-Wired Electrodes?

  • Clean and dry the application site as needed.
  • Open the tamper-proof electrode pouch. Save the pouch for later storage.
  • Remove the electrode from the package and peel the electrode away from the release sheet. Save the release sheet for later storage.
  • If the electrode seems dry, add a few drops of water to moisten it.
  • Attach lead wires to the electrodes.
  • Place electrode where recommended by practitioner.
  • Attach lead wires to TENS unit or other device.
  • Use as needed.
  • Electrodes should be replaced periodically once they become un-sticky and lose their adhesiveness.


Where should you not put BioMedical BioStim Electrodes?

Care should be taken while attaching electrodes to the skin. Ensure that the machine is switched off before placing them. Electrotherapy pads should not be placed on certain areas of the body, including:

  • Numb area
  • Chest and upper back at the same time
  • Mouth or eyes
  • Temples
  • Front or sides of the neck
  • Varicose veins
  • Broken, infected, or irritated skin
  • Body parts with metal implants
  • Fracture site


How often should you replace the Electrodes?



Electrode pads usually need to be replaced every one to two months or 20-30 uses. However, the quality of your electrodes is a strong indicator of how long they will last. Lower-quality pads may not last that long and need changing more often. The length of time you use the machine will also impact how long your pads will last. Over time, the adhesive on the TENS pads rubs off, and the fabric becomes worn, which indicates that it is time to replace the pads with a new one.

  • Things to remember while using Electrode Pads
  • Do not submerge them in water.
  • Do not remove them by pulling the lead wires.
  • Do not bend or fold them.
  • After use, carefully place them back on the protective liner.
  • The electrodes should be replaced when they no longer adhere to the skin.
  • The electrodes are intended for a single user. The same pads should not be used with other people to maintain hygiene.
  • If irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
  • Read the instruction for the use of electrodes before application.

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