Alligator Clips for Single-Use Zimmertrodes
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Alligator Clips for Zimmertrodes (Zimmer MedizinSystems Single Use Electrodes)
Connects all Zimmertrodes to 2mm pin cables
Sold in pairs
Easy to use and cost effective
Hygienic and clean transfer of electrical stimulus
Eliminates patient electrode files (no more filing and storing)
Eliminates cleaning, gel, and straps
Increases safety and consistency of your treatments
Increases patient comfort with patented Glycerol coating
Our most economical electrode is great for smaller extremities such as hand, wrist, foot, ankle applications. 1.25” x 1.5” in size, sold either per box with 400 electrodes or per case with 5 boxes.
For over 25 years therapists and doctors around the world have trusted ’s single use Zimmertrodes. Zimmertrodes are available in 4 convenient sizes to fit virtually all treatment applications. Zimmertrodes are the only real hygienic solution to electrical stimulation.
The only hygienic electrode is a single use electrode. This standard of single use electrodes is adhered to in numerous other medical applications such as EMG, EEG, EKG, etc. Patients treated with electrical stimulation deserve the same type of hygienic care.
Easy to use and cost effective, Zimmertrodes improve the practitioner’s productivity by eliminating repetitive tasks such as filling and storing re-usable patient dedicated electrodes, applying gel, straps, etc. The patented Glycerol coating reduces skin irritation and maximizes patient comfort while the self-adhering single use design increases safety and consistency of the treatment. Zimmertrodes are designed for maximum flexibility and even current dispersion and are 98% biodegradable.
Works with the following adapters:
Zimmertrodes require the use of adapters. One end of the adapters attached to the electrode, the other end to the stimulator cable.
Alligator clips (sold in pairs); to fit 2mm pins of most stimulators
Tablocs (sold in pairs); to fit 2mm pins of most stimulators; best for patients who have to lie on the electrodes during treatment