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Clinical Research on Avazzia medical devices

Research has been conducted globally by leading scientific and healthcare centers on the efficacy of microcurrent, neurostimulation.

Avazzia clinical experience and microcurrent research from universities, clinics, and doctors around the world are ongoing.

Data presented has not been reviewed or evaluated by the U.S. FDA. Devices are not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease condition.

Avazzia devices are U.S. FDA cleared as TENS For symptomatic relief and management of chronic, intractable pain, and adjunctive treatment in the management of post-surgical and post-traumatic pain.

Contraindications and warnings include pacemakers, implanted electronic equipment.  Click here for safety information.

Bibliography of clinical research on Avazzia medical devices
Peer-reviewed published clinical studies, dissertation level research, and open clinical trials from doctors at Baylor College of Medicine, Stanford, and Government Hospital of Kuala Lumpur show that Avazzia devices are safe and effective.

Download Bibliography: Bibliography of Clinical Research on Avazzia Medical Devices


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Classifications and Clearances
US FDA cleared as a microcurrent TENS device for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, management of chronic pain, intractable pain, post-surgical pain and traumatic pain with prescription, and pain from sore and aching muscles in the shoulder, waist, back, neck, upper extremities (arm), and lower extremities (leg) due to strain from exercise or normal household work activities over-the-counter without prescription.
Avazzia medical devices and accessories are also European CE certified, Health Canada licensed, Ministry of Health Malaysia registered with the Malaysia Device Authority, and Singapore HSA registered.
Warning: Not intended for individuals with pacemaker or other implanted electronic device or who may be pregnant.

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