E-Stim Self Adhesive Monopole Pad Safety Update

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E-Stim Self Adhesive Monopole Pad Safety Update

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I was recently made aware of two instances where stimmers had problems with self-adhesive monopole pads.

One was a result of trimming it down too much of the pad, which removed most of the conductive threads in the pad leading to a fire (eek). The second was caused when a pad shorted to a metal electrode. I have added some notes to my Electrode Position Guide.

Here are pics of the two pads concerned.
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Re: E-Stim Self Adhesive Monopole Pad Safety Update

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I have written a more in-depth guide to trimming down monopole pad electrodes to spread this safety message further hopefully.

E-stim Self-Adhesive Monopole Pad Electrode Safety
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