The power supply 2 comprises means for delivering to said electrode members 6, 8 an alternating electrical current and means 22, 24, 26, 28 for regulating said electrical current. Each one of said pair of electrode members 6, 8 is shaped so as to fit into the anal channel or into the distal penile urethra or vagina of a mammal. Uses of the device comprise electrostimulation of a male subject suf-fering from chronic prostatitis, and erotic stimulation of at least one human subject in need thereof. Description Urethro-anal electrostimulation method and device Technical Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a device for electrostimulation of a mammal ac- cording to the preamble of claim 1 , to a method for performing electrostimulation with said device, and to uses of said device. Background of the Invention Prostatitis is one of the most common situations that the practicing urologist is confronted with and it is the most common genitourinary disease in men between 18 and 50 years of age McNaughton Collins M, Stafford RS, O'Leary MP et al: How common is prostatitis? A national survey of physician visits.
Dis Colon Rectum. Anal electrical stimulation with long pulses increases anal sphincter pressure in conscious dogs. PURPOSE: This study was designed to investigate the effects and mechanisms of anal electric stimulation with long pulses on anal sphincter pressure in conscious dogs. METHODS: The study was performed after enema in nine healthy female hound dogs and composed of four randomized sessions "dose"-response, anal electric stimulation only, or with atropine or phentolamine. Anal electric stimulation was performed via a pair of ring electrodes attached to a manometric catheter. The stimulation parameters in all but dose-response sessions included a frequency of 20 ppm, pulse width of ms, and amplitude of 3 mA.
Anal electrical stimulation with long pulses increases anal sphincter pressure in conscious dogs.
Without objective perineal function, even to palpation 1 Absence of objective perineal function, identified only to palpation 2 Poor objective perineal function, identified by palpation3Objective perineal function, without opposing resistance to palpation 4 Objective perineal function and opposing resistance not held to palpation 5 Objective perineal function and opposing resistance held to palpation during more than 5 s AFA, functional assessment of the pelvic floor muscles by digital palpation Contreras Ortiz et al. The stimulation time was 20 min for each session, with two surface electrodes: one applied over the medial malleolus and the other 10 cm above that point group III. Then, along with the pre- and post-BFT Wexner score, the patient returned to the requesting physician. The Student's t test was applied to evaluate the training response in relation to FI and urinary incontinence UI. Patients requiring surgery for incontinence, patients without cognitive understanding and those who did not agree to participate in this study were excluded.
Kinkly Staff February 16, Takeaway: Electric play is all about exploring fear, excitement and even pain. It has been republished here with permission from the author. Ask somebody to imagine a torture scene. Psychologists say this depends on the atavistic threat common to both fire and electricity: they are by nature seemingly difficult to control and unpredictable.