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4. Technical parameters of MILTA-F-type devices.

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The apparatus “MILTA-F” is designed to work in the environment with room temperature from +15C up to +35C and humidity not more than 80%. The apparatus is switched on and off according to the instructions written in the ”Passport with Technical Explanation and Instructions”. Model “MILTA-F-8-01” differs from the previous models by significant functional changes (including a new type of biophotometer) and larger functional capabilities (Table 1).

Table 1. Technical characteristics of the apparatus “MILTA-F-8-01”
Parameter Dimension Value
Radiation wave length of impulse laser and super luminescent LEDs, limits mkm 0,85...0,95
Output power of the continuous LED radiation. Regulated (in terminal aperture) mWt 0...120
Power density of LED radiation (in the terminal aperture) mWT/cm2 0...25
Duration of laser radiation impulse ns 150
Frequency of laser impulses during: 
- internal start of laser 
- external start of laser
Hz 5; 10; 50; 80; 150; 600; 1500; 5000 
Output power of laser radiation in the impulse (in the terminal aperture). Not less than Wt 4,0
Average capacity of laser radiation in the terminal aperture
- at impulse frequency 5000 Hz
- at impulse frequency 5 Hz

Not less than:
Average density of laser radiation in the terminal aperture
- at impulse frequency 5000 Hz
- at impulse frequency 5 Hz


Magnetic induction on the magnet axis in the platitude of terminal aperture mTl 20...80
Area of the terminal aperture cm2 4,5
Number of digital discharges of photoregistrators (depending on the apparatus model) pieces 2 (3)
Duration of a single exposure (depending on the apparatus model) min 0,25; 0,5; 1 2,5; 10; 15 or about 2,5
Net V, (Gts) 220+-10% (50) or 110+-10% (60)
Power consumption V*A not more than 25
Apparatus weight kg 2,2
Dimensions mm 240x215x115

An in-built photoregistrator provides a possibility to measure IR-radiation reflection coefficient from the object, to diagnose, to control the treatment, to verify an individual radiation dose (see Article 8). The adjustment of the required LED IR radiation power is performed via a photoregistrator during the terminal allocation in the apparatus box. Photoregistrator indications correspond to LED radiation capacity in mWt. Apparatus “MILTA-F-8-01” also performs a computerized analysis of biophotometric data and their synthesis in a graphic form, as well as an individual management of treatment process via a special computer program. A computer is supplied only if it is an order from a customer. Due to the customer’s wish an additional second curative terminal may be enclosed to the apparatus. With the second terminal it is possible to perform the joint effect on a pathological focus, to reduce twice the time of MIL- procedure.

Only the model “MILTA-F-8-01” and its further modifications provide the adjustment of the required level of LED IR radiation power; this Instructions are written considering these particular features. If other modifications of “MILTA-F” apparatus in which LED radiation power is maximal (approximately 100 mWt) are used, it is important to correct the time of exposure ( so as to correct the irradiation dose). For instance, if the exposure time given in the Instructions for LED IR-radiation power of 50 mWt is 2 min, that means that for other “MILTA-F” models working at their maximal LED radiation power the exposure time should be reduced up to 1 min.

Apparatuses of “MILTA-F” type are adapted for working with lightguide attachments (Annex 1, Fig. A). These attachments deliver laser and LED IR radiation directly to the target part on the patient’s body, namely, to the target acupuncture point. Before the application a condom is placed on the gynecological and proctological attachments No. 1-3, and a rubber tube may be put on the attachments No. 4 and 5; it allows a patient to fix the attachment in his mouth with his teeth in (Annex 1, Fig.A). Coefficient of radiation transmission via attachments is within the range of wavelengths 0,8-0,9 mkm, but not less than 0,5. A transitive spigot with thread for connecting the attachments to the curative terminal and six types of lightquide attachements are delivered with the apparatus as a complete set, or the list of this set may be changed according to the customer’s wish . The set may additionally be equipped with sun glasses and brackets (terminal adapter) (Annex 1, Fig. B).

Attachments are pre-sterilized manually as it is demanded in Regulations of Russia Healthcare Ministry.

Instruments are wiped with a gauze moistened in some disinfecting solution. Sterilization of lightguides is performed in 6% hydrogen peroxide solution. Regime of sterilization should meet the requirements of Russia Healthcare Ministry and standards criteria OST 42-21-2-85. Sterilization may also be performed by sinking the object into the solution of 0,5% chlorhexidine dissolved in 70% alcochol for 3-5 minutes. After sanitary treatment the face surface of the attachment must not have any white layer . If it is still present, wipe it with a dry napkin.

Distribution of the vector of magnetic induction value b according to the magnet radius r and according to the distance from the magnet platitude along its axis l is presented in Annex 2.