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Masaki Kazumi: Low-frequency electrotherapeutic device.. Hayashibara Ken, March 29, 1989: EP0309093-A1 (28 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a novel low-frequency electrotherapeutic device wherein a low-frequency voltage having a ratio of positive voltage component to negative voltage component in the range of about 0.1:1-0.5:1 is used. The electrotherapeutic device can be advantageously used to massage human body or to iont ...


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Masaki Kazumi: A low-frequency therapeutic device for iontophoresing cation and anion.. Hayashibara Ken, July 29, 1987: EP0230153-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

A low-frequency therapeutic device for iontophoresing cation and anion comprises a low-frequency generator (A) and a switch (S1-S3), e.g. a rotary switch, to select the polarity of the low-frequency voltage. The switch (S1) is operable in association with the on/off operation of a power source (B), ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Therapeutic device for iontophoresing cation and anion.. Hayashibara Ken, August 5, 1987: EP0230749-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic device for iontophoresing cation and anion comprises oscillating means (A) for generating a low-frequency current in which an undirectional current is superposed on a dc current; means (S) for switching at time intervals the output polarity of said oscillating means; and electrode mean ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Device for stimulating growth and regeneration of hair. Hayashibara Ken, July 18, 1984: GB2132892-A (15 worldwide citation)

An iontophoretic device for stimulating growth and regeneration of hair, comprising means 5 for applying to the scalp a unipolar, low-frequency (0.5- 2Hz) square wave pulse superposed with a diphasic action potential wave (pulse width 1.6-5m.sec.; pulse period 33-50 m.sec.) to introduce medicament i ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Electrotherapeutic apparatus. Hayashibara Ken, December 24, 1985: GB2160427-A (13 worldwide citation)

An electrotherapeutic apparatus comprises a chain formed from a plurality of electrodes (1', 1'', 1''') each having an electrode plate (2). A stretchable belt (5) is attached to both ends of said chain, and a low-frequency generator (6, 7) is carried on the outer side of one or more of said electrod ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Electrotherapeutic apparatus for effecting iontophoresis. Hayashibara Ken, February 4, 1987: GB2177928-A (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for promoting growth and regeneration of eyebrows comprises an active electrode 1 for application to the eyebrow and a dispersive electrode 3. A plate member 5 supports the active and dispersive electrodes, and a flexible belt 7 is attached to both ends of the plate member and enables the ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Lighting apparatus.. Hayashibara Ken, April 6, 1988: EP0262950-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a novel lighting apparatus for providing bright illumination with limited surge, comprising a capacitor connected in parallel with an incandescent lamp, the capacitor having a capacitive reactance lower than the resistance of the filament at ambient temperature; an impedance having a ti ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Power supply circuit. Hayashibara Ken, February 20, 1985: GB2144001-A (8 worldwide citation)

DISPOSITIF D'ALIMENTATION D'UNE LAMPE A INCANDESCENCE A HAUTE LUMINOSITE, QUI COMPREND UN CIRCUIT DE CONSTANTE DE TEMPS R, C, UN REDRESSEUR D ET UN DISPOSITIF DE COMMUTATION DCR. CES COMPOSANTS SONT RACCORDES DE SORTE QUE LA SORTIE DU REDRESSEUR EST ENVOYEE A UNE LAMPE A INCANDESCENCE Z A TRAVERS UN ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Electrotherapeutic apparatus. Hayashibara Ken, December 24, 1985: GB2160426-A (7 worldwide citation)

An electrotherapeutic apparatus comprises an elongate dispersive electrode (1) carrying a wide electrode plate (2). A stretchable belt (4) is attached to both ends of the dispersive electrode (1), and a low-frequency generator (11, 12) is carried on the outer side of the dispersive electrode (1). A ...


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Masaki Kazumi: Surge current suppressing adapter for an incandescent lamp. Hayashibara Ken, December 24, 1985: GB2160723-A (7 worldwide citation)

The adapter has a series circuit of diodes D1, D2, D3 and a resistor R1 connected to the positive output of a bridge rectifier A, and an RC- integrating circuit R2, C2 connected in parallel to the series circuit. Either a thyristor SCR or an electromagnetic relay (Re) (Fig. 3) is arranged to short c ...