The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
Low-Voltage Electronic Diagnostic Devices
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Low-Voltage Electronic Diagnostic Devices
Health care professionals may be asked about lowvoltage electronic devices now being used to diagnose and/or treat a number of health problems. Most are galvanometers that measure skin resistance to an electric current. The FDA classifies "devices...more
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