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  • Introduction
    Introduction
    In this screencast we will present a step-by-step practical guideline for use of the Sonopuls StatUS.
  • Introduction
    Introduction
    This screencast is not an instruction- or user-manual.

    In case you need to know in depth the possibilities of the unit you need to consult the User’s Manual (delivered with the unit or download it from the download section of this website).
  • Introduction
    Introduction

    About this screencast


    Simply hover over the graphics to stop the screencast, or use the buttons on the bottom left and right side to proceed.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    The Central Controller

    The big round button that scrolls trough the menu’s.

  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Assist button

    The small orange button just below the Central Controller.
    This button allows for a quick jump to Home – Stop - Help - and more.

  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Confirmation button

    The long “mouse” button/bar for confirmation of the item that is selected with the Central Controller.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    4 tab buttons

    The 4 small buttons just below the screen.
    Functionality of these buttons is defined by the "tabs" in the menu screen.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    4 tab buttons

    Every button corresponds with one “tab” in the menu screen.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Electrotherapy connectors

    The connectors on the left side are for electrotherapy.
    There are 2 channels available.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Ultrasound-applicator connectors

    The connectors for Ultrasound are positioned at the right side.
    There is one connector for a traditional ultrasound head and there are 2 connectors for application with StatUS.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Ultrasound-applicator connectors

    The first connector is the traditional Ultrasoundhead connector (not for StatUS)
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Ultrasound-applicator connectors

    The second and third connectors are for the StatUS applicator.
    The second connector is for the ultrasound signal of the StatUS applicator.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Ultrasound-applicator connectors

    The third connector is for the vacuum of the StatUS applicator.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Ultrasound-applicator connectors

    When connecting the StatUS-applicator, make sure that the logo of the ATUS-controller is pointing upward.

  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    Connecting the StatUS applicator

    Connect the left plug of the ATUS-controller in the ultrasound connector of the device.
    Connect the right plug of the ATUS-controller in the vacuum connector of the device.
  • "Anatomy" of the StatUS

    StatUS applicator ready for use

    With the Atus controller connected the StatUS applicator is ready for use!
  • Apply the StatUS applicator
    Apply the StatUS applicator

    Prepare the StatUS applicator

    StatUS Ultrasound is transmitted with the aid of a special gel cushion (gel pad)
     
    The gel pad is held in position using a fixation ring.
  • Apply the StatUS applicator
    Apply the StatUS applicator

    Prepare the StatUS applicator

    To place the fixation ring, press this fixation ring over the treatment head. Make sure that the ridge on the inner side of the fixation ring [A] falls in the groove of the treatment head [B]
  • Apply the StatUS applicator
    Apply the StatUS applicator

    Prepare the StatUS applicator

    To place the fixation ring, press this fixation ring over the treatment head. Make sure that the ridge on the inner side of the fixation ring [A] falls in the groove of the treatment head [B]
  • Apply the StatUS applicator
    Apply the StatUS applicator

    Prepare the StatUS applicator

    Place a gel pad in the ring.

    The StatUS-applicator is now ready for use.
  • Apply the StatUS applicator
    Apply the StatUS applicator

    Prepare the StatUS applicator

    Important to know about the gel-pads:
    •    Gel pads are intended for one-time use only
    •    A number of gel pads are supplied standard with the unit - so do anticipate ordering new gel pads before you run out of them!

  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    In the main menu of the unit, select “StatUS Therapy” with the central controller.

    Confirm with the confirmation button.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    Select “Personal Protocols” from the menu with the central controller.

    Confirm with the confirmation button
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    Now scroll to the indication you want to treat.
    Confirm with the confirmation button.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    For example we will treat an epicondilitis lateralis (also known as a tennis elbow) – a fairly widespread disorder that is well treated with ultrasound.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    Place the StatUS Ultrasound head (with ring and gel pad) on the treatment area.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    Now push right small button (just below the right "tab)".
    In the right "tab" of the menu screen you can see the suction-value of the vacuum of the StatUS head.

    Increase the vacuum setting with the Central Controller (to about 70).
    The cup will now firmly attach to the arm by means of vacuum.

    The head is now properly attached.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    The vacuum value is shown in the 4th tab on the screen.

    Slowly decrease until te value is around 40.

    This is a comfortable but firm attachment.
  • Set up the StatUS treatment
    Set up the StatUS treatment
    In case the applicator is properly attached the treatment is started automatically.
    You know that an ultrasound treatment is running in case the green GO triangle is shown.

    In case contact is insufficient, the orange PAUSE sign will be shown.

With pride we are presenting you this information on StatUS™, which we believe is the most exciting and innovative product in physiotherapy, developed by Enraf-Nonius.

Did you ever think how ideal it would be if you could conduct your ultrasound treatments without having to sit with the patient, moving the treatment head over the injured tissue? And wouldn’t it be great if you could really transmit ultrasound energy right there where you need it and only there! This is no longer a dream, Stationary UltraSound (StatUS™) makes it possible! Not only is this treatment more beneficial to your patients, but it also saves you time in order to conduct other activities. Imagine the significant cost savings in the future!

We trust that StatUS™ will intrigue you too and for this we have created the website www.enraf-nonius.com/StatUS where you can find even more detailed information on the product and the therapy. Enjoy StatUS™, the innovative, unique hands free ultrasound!

StatUS™ is available in the Enraf-Nonius 6-series (as StatUS unit or as module) or as an addition for the Sonopuls 190 (the StatUS Pack 100).
Click here to go to the Enraf-Nonius products>>

The Sonopuls StatUSTM Therapy Guide 2015 contains:
  • A full theoretical explanation of ultrasound therapy
  • An explanation of Static Ultrasound
  • A full description of the practical use of StatUS therapy
  • A full description of 52 protocols
  • All protocols include a literature references (evidence based protocols) !!

The therapy guide is currently available in the English and German language.

StatUS therapy guide 2015 EN StatUS therapy guide 2015 DE
UK Click here to download the English version DE Click here to download the German version

In this booklet the following protocols are incorporated:
Protocol 1 Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)
Protocol 2  Cervical Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Protocol 3 Hypertonic Trapezius Muscle, upper part
Protocol 4 Supraspinatus Tendinitis
Protocol 5 Triggerpoints Supraspinatus Muscle
Protocol 6 Subacromial Bursitis
Protocol 7 Subdeltoid Bursitis
Protocol 8 Biceps Brachii Tendinitis, caput longum
Protocol 9 Biceps Brachii Calcification, caput longum
Protocol 10 M. Biceps Brachii, Rupture
Protocol 11 Myositis Ossificans
Protocol 12 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type I
Protocol 13 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type II
Protocol 14 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type III
Protocol 15 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type IV
Protocol 16 Medial Epicondylitis Humeri
Protocol 17 Pronator Teres Muscle Syndrome
Protocol 18 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Protocol 19 Wrist Fracture (LIPUS)
Protocol 20 Dupuytren’s Contracture (grades 1 and 2)
Protocol 21 Triggerpoints in Rhomboid Muscle, upper and lower part
Protocol 22 Erector Spinae Muscle, Strain Injury
Protocol 23 Quadratus Lumborum Muscle Myalgia
Protocol 24 Degenerative Disc Disease
Protocol 25 Sciatic Neuralgia (radicular origin)
Protocol 26 Abdominal Muscle, Partial Rupture
Protocol 27 Piriformis Muscle Syndrome, Entrapment Neuropathy
Protocol 28 Trochantor Major Bursitis
Protocol 29 Tensor Fasciae Latae Syndrome
Protocol 30 Haematoma
Protocol 31 Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Contusion
Protocol 32 Adductor Muscle Syndrome
Protocol 33 Hamstring Muscles, partial rupture
Protocol 34 Knee Osteoarthritis
Protocol 35 Knee Synovitis / Capsulitis
Protocol 36 Collateral Ligament Strain Injury, lateral / medial
Protocol 37 Meniscus Lesion
Protocol 38 Patella Tendinitis
Protocol 39 Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Protocol 40 Pes Anserinus, Insertion Tendinitis
Protocol 41 Corpus Hoffa Inflammation (Hoffitis)
Protocol 42 Baker’s Cyst
Protocol 43 Partial Rupture M Gastrocnemius, medial part
Protocol 44 Tibial Stress Fracture
Protocol 45 Shin Splints
Protocol 46 Compartment Syndrome
Protocol 47 Ankle Joint Strain Injury (Anterior Talofibular Ligament)
Protocol 48 Talocrural Arthrosis
Protocol 49 Achilles Tendon, Partial Rupture
Protocol 50 Subtalar Arthrosis
Protocol 51 Plantar Fasciitis
Protocol 52 Morton’s Neuralgia

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