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Iontophoresis - Treatment of Skin by Iontophoresis

Iontophoresis term implies induction or introduction of charged medicinal ions into the tissues of electrical current having like charges. To produce this ion transference effect, direct (Galvanic) current generators are used having positive and negative poles.

Depending upon the different medicaments used iontophoresis can be helpful in a number of dermatological conditions as shown below:

Indication Media Electrode Time (min.) Current (mA)
Hyperhidrosis
Odema
Vasodilatation
Varicose ulcer
Tap water
Hyaluronidase
Histamine
Methacholine
Anode (+)
Anode (+)
Anode (+)
Anode (+)
15
20
3-5
20
15-20
20
2-10
5-30


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