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 The most popular electrodes used are two copper pipes. In reality however they are not the most useful, comfortable to hold and may not let user achieve the correct parameters whilst zapping. Therapeutic

process must ensure that signal produced by the zapper can be send to the relevant places. As an example let's focus on jaw area after tooth extraction. Bio-resonance speeds up healing process, decreases pain and swelling and decreased the level of complications.
Another example is animal therapy e.g. cats. Therefore the below shows wide range of different electrodes which can be used in different scenarios.

Electrodes can be divided into:

  • neoprene and rubber,
  • metal.

Fist group contains metal parts, however this is not what will be in contact with the physical body. 

Other classification:

  • disposable,
  • multiple use,
  • multiple use for the multiple users.

Electrodes used for the multiple users must be sterilised.

Material electrodes with chamois

This types of electrodes are more comfortable to use e.g. collar electrode.  This type of electrodes are not very hygienic and one set of electrodes should not be used for more than 1 person. Conducting elements are neoprene, rubber or peace of metal tape ( not necessarily made of copper).

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Self sticking electrodes used for the muscle stimulation

This solution is successful when we aim to send a signal to a specific place within the body using therapeutic electric signal (EST).  Electrodes can be used multiple times for the same patient, however gel must be used for lubrication of its surface. Conducting elements are neoprene and rubber.

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Advantages: comfortable, ensures correct conducting parameters, easy to assemble within desire part of the body.
Disadvantages:  not very durable, can be used for one patient

Please note that electrodes used for the EKG device are not suitable for the multiZap device. Gel will not enable to conduct electricity and the surface itself is too small. Chemical ingredients and preservatives included within EKG gels very often cause allergies.

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Metal electrodes for feet

All electrodes are made of copper, silver or gold. To achieve low resistance between skin and metal paper towels wet with mixture of kitchen salt (NaCl) and water. Metal electrodes must be kept sterile and dont use the same paper more than once. 
The below electrode for the feet is made of copper diameter 0.2 mm and 30 cm wide by 60 long.

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Advantages: comfortable to use, easy to keep sterile, large conduction surface. Disadvantages, can be used for feet only.

Copper buckles

This electrode has been build based on the EKG buckle. Copper has been glued into the buckle. Clip from zapper can be connected in the middle of the clamp. This design is most comfortable for legs and arms whilst healing any joint related issues. 
Additionally, it can be also used as outflow electrode (grounding). Place 2 clamps on the same body part next to each other and mount cable ending with two clips.

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Advantages: comfortable to use and mount on any parts of the body. Excellent as outflow electrode. Easy to keep sterile. excellent conducting rate due to closeness to the skin.

Strip electrode 

Most useful when curing nail fungal infection. It has been made with copper 5-8 mm wide. Use plaster to mount ti on the affected part of the body. Put straight on the skin using gel.

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Advantages: cheap to make, convenient to use due to size.
Disadvantages: can bused few times and for patient only.

Small electrode 

This electrode can be made with copper wire 1.5 to 2.5 mm. It is ideal to use EST to very difficult to reach places e.g. haemorrhoid, spots or boil. Electrode can be used directly on affected body part after moisturising it with gel.

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Cables

Main cables should be made with high quality cabling. Made in China, cheap cables use for gauge are not suitable. Please note that banana plug must have slot to connect another pin. This is handy when number of electrodes is used to connect to one of the zapper's clamps. On the opposite end cable should have crocodile clip. Electrodes should not be permanently mounted  to the device and this is not the most flexible solution as other metals are used to put it together. These metals e.g.tin and lead may corrode over time. Corrosion is caused as a result of the process of electrolysis. Electric current causes dissociation of metal into cations, which can be introduced into our body. Same process occurs when silver electrode is used too frequently, which may cause argyria.

Banana plugs with clamp for the additional plug within the case.

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Zapper cable can be made using crocodile clips from VRLA battery charger. if you assembled Free PEMF device you may already have it.

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Good quality multi-meter cable can be used in conjunction with crocodile clips.  

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Additional cable with two crocodile clips.

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Crocodiles are not made with copper but with chrome coated steel. Therefore places where electrodes touch crocodile plugs mustn't have any contact with water mixed with kitchen salt as well as wet paper towel.

An example of using copper electrodes to zap cat. Electrodes have been assembled at the bottom of the container. Edges has been isolated by the tape. add paper towel and isolate it from other electrodes using cellar tape. Then wet paper towels with water with added kitchen salt.

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Electrodes can be used without wetting the paper towel which has been tested with volunteer cat named Tai.