BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator

BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator

  • FSA Approved

BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator is a two channel analog device with three modes of operation: Cycled, Constant, and Reciprocal. It provides muscle stimulation in acute medical conditions such as immobilized limbs, long-term disuse or prolonged bed rest, muscle weakness, and muscle spasticity following a stroke. EMS 2000 has adjustable On Ramp 0-2s, On Time 0-60s, Off Time 0-60s and Pulse Rate 1-80Hz. The unit is powered by one 9-volt battery.

BioMedical EMS 2000 Features

  • BioMedical EMS 2000 prevents muscle spasm
  • Used for muscle reducation
  • Maintains and increases the range of motion
  • Increases local blood circulation
  • Acts as an immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis
  • Comes with carrying case and instruction manual
  • Dual-channel EMS device

BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator includes

  • 2 Pair electrodes
  • 4 Leadwires
  • (1) 9V battery

When to use EMS 2000 Muscle Stimulator

External electrical neuromuscular stimulation using bi-phasic output is indicated for:

  • Therapeutic adjunct for prevention or retardation of muscle spasm
  • Muscle reeducation
  • Maintaining and increasing the range of motion
  • Increasing local blood circulation
  • Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis

When to not use EMS 2000 by BioMedical

  • Use of electrical stimulation may be hazardous for patients with certain demand-type cardiac pacemakers
  • EMS devices should not be applied to malignant tumors

BioMedical EMS 2000 Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulator User Manual

What to buy with EMS 2000 Neuromuscular Simulator

More Information


  • After a recent surgical procedure where muscle contraction may disrupt the healing process
  • After acute trauma or a fracture where there is a tendency to hemorrhage
  • Over the menstruating uterus
  • Where sensory nerve damage has caused the loss of normal skin sensation


  • Stimulation should not be applied over the carotid sinus
  • Severe spasm of the laryngeal and/or pharyngeal muscles may occur when electrodes are placed over the neck or mouth
  • Stimulation should not be applied transcerebrally
  • Adequate precaution should be taken with patients with suspected heart problems or epilepsy
  • Caution should be exercised in the transthoracic application of EMS devices so that the introduction of electrical current into the heart does not cause arrhythmias
  • EMS devices should be kept out of the reach of children
  • Safety of electrical stimulation for use during pregnancy has not been established
  • Long-term effects of chronic electrical stimulation are unknown
  • EMS devices should only be used under medical supervision for adjunctive therapy in the treatment of medical diseases and conditions
  • Persistent use of stimulation in the presence of skin irritation may be injurious
  • Simultaneous connection to RF surgery equipment can cause a burn
  • Operation near (e.g. 1m) short wave or micro wave therapy equipment can change the output values of the stimulator

Adverse Effects:
Improper use of stimulation may result in skin irritation and burns beneath the electrodes.



BioMedical EMS 2000 Size Chart

Particulars Dimensions
Size 3.9" x 2.75" x 1" (9.90cm x 6.98cm x 2.54cm)
Weight 4.6oz (132grams)
Channels Dual
Waveform Symmetrical square biphasic (NMS)
Pulse Rate (adjustable) 1Hz to 80Hz
Power Width 300µs
Stimulation Modes 1. Constant 2. Reciprocation 3. Cycled
Output Voltage 49 volts peak to peak
Intensity (adjustable) 9volt battery
On Ramp 0 - 8 seconds
Off Ramp 2 seconds (preset)
On Time 1 - 60 seconds
Off Time - 60 seconds
Tolerances ±10%




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