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U-Control sEMG

  • Single channel, battery powered, portable sEMG monitor
  • Visual & audio feedback. Easy to set threshold
  • Specially designed for Urinary Incontinence
  • Ideal for muscle training, including pelvic floor
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TTL T8825
Manufacturer Part #
T8825

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Single channel, battery operated, portable, shirt pocket size sEMG monitor. Offers both visual and audio feedback as well as an easy to set threshold. The U-Control is the perfect portable sEMG monitor for training muscle activity including pelvic floor. (No cables or leads included - must be purchased separately))

An advanced feedback system for clinical assessment of surface EMG training or home management of incontinence.

Intended Purpose is for Urinary Incontinence including: Stress, Urge, mixed incontinence. Fecal Incontinence and Muscle reeducation.

Contraindications: Not for diagnostic purposes, Pregnancy, Bladder or Vaginal infection or Menstrual period.

  • 3 settings for sound
  • Adjustable volume control
  • Bandpass: .2 - 37.5 mV (x1), .6 - 112.5 mV (x3)
  • Selectable 5 or 10 second work/rest intervals activate a red and green LED to facilitate tense or relax responses
  • Letter scale to track progress
  • 15 segment LED light bar graph provides instant feedback
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  1. Stefanie Coughlin

    2021-04-12 18:08:44

    Hi there,

    Is this approved for patient use in Canada?

    Thank you,

    Stef

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2021-04-12 20:26:47

      The U-Control is approved for patient use in Canada.

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  2. Carmen Martinez

    2021-03-26 17:56:15

    How much is the total for all the attachments the machine needs?
    Are there any wires I have to place inside the vagina?
    How easy is this machine to operate by a non medical person?
    How does this machine differ from the one Amazon sells?
    What kind of guarantee do you give?
    Thanks

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2021-04-02 18:21:33

      The UControl is an FDA registered medical device sold to clinicians or under the supervision of a clinician only.

      The components depend on if you are doing surface EMG or using the probes. The cost is around $100 with the sensors and lead.

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  3. Brooke Case

    2021-01-20 14:25:36

    Hi,

    I am a pelvic floor PT and am looking in to purchasing a biofeedback unit for my clinic.

    I see the letters and the threshold. Are there values that are coordinated with these letters or a chart that is provided to fully know the pelvic floor resting tone? Like to see if they have a resting tone of 2-3 mv so then you can determine if they need downtraining or up training?

    I hope that makes sense. Thank you for your help!

    Brooke Case, DPT

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2021-01-21 21:58:12

      There is a guide that corresponds to micro-voltage. The manual is attached under the support tab for reference.

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  4. Richard

    2020-12-25 00:03:02

    Hi, can this be used to retrain pelvic floor muscles for constipation similar to that done in medical offices. Also, what additional attachments would i need?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2020-12-29 16:48:18

      The U-Control was created for muscle training and monitoring with sEMG. You should work with a clinician to train at home.

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  5. Amy Tortorici

    2020-11-24 01:16:58

    Can this be used for reeducating muscles for treating TMJ dysfunction? I used something like this about 20 years ago in PT and want to find a device not for muscle contraction training, but for muscle relaxation.

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2020-12-01 22:40:45

      I would suggest the Myotrac for TMJ. It is specifically designed for this purpose.

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  6. Robert

    2020-05-08 19:39:58

    I am thinking to purchase this unit to sell to patients for home care along with in clinic therapy for incontinence. A couple questions. Does this unit also stimulate muscles or is it only measure muscle contraction? Why would you use electrodes over vaginal/rectal device?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2020-05-08 22:07:44

      The device is not a stimulator. You can use this as a simple EMG if not pelvic floor training. Also the ground wire requires an electrode on the snap lead.

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  7. SIMEON DAVID

    2020-02-28 23:09:54

    What is the best way to know what is the appropriate threshold value to set it at?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2020-03-11 19:34:11

      Thresholds depend on the individual and type of training. The U-Control can be used for training muscles up or down

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  8. Dee

    2018-12-28 12:43:40

    I’m confused. My dr recommended this not because the pelvic floor is too weak but because it’s too tight. How does this unit help with relaxing the pelvic floor? I did not see anything on the video about that.

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2019-01-03 17:22:56

      This unit measures the electrical activity of a muscle and can show when it is too tense or too weak.

      https://www.bfe.org/protocol/pro04eng.htm

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  9. Jessica

    2018-12-20 18:03:51

    Hi, does this unit come with a cable to attach the electrodes to or is that sold separately?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2018-12-20 21:21:14

      The electrodes are sold separately. There are the T6051 and T6050 anal and vaginal electrodes or the T8820M cable for the three lead extender cable.

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  • U-Control
  • Soft Carrying Pouch
  • Earphone
  • Manual

Manuals and Data Sheets

UControl Manual

Specifications

  • Input Impedance: 1,000,000 MegOhms
  • Accuracy: 5% and 0.3uV
  • Sensitivity: <0.1 microvolts RMS
  • Bandwidth(frequency): 90-300Hz
  • Range: .2 - 37.5 microvolts(x1), .6 - 112.5 microvolts(x3)
  • Bargraph scaling: The highest yellow LED is 2.5 times the threshold setting; the lowest green LED is 0.2 times the threshold setting; other LEDs are proportional to these extremes
  • Current consumption: Approx. 10 - 30 milliamps
  • Outputs: Earphone (8-32 ohms), 2.5mm mono jack
  • Power: (1) 9 volt Alkaline, or NiCad battery rechargeable type MN1604 (not included)
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