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Differences between oscillating and intermittent modes:
In the medical literature, the use of negative pressure values in intermittent mode, e.g. -100 mmHg followed by 0 mmHg, has been reported to be effective in treating chronic wounds and in preventing blockage of bandage pores, especially when exudates are present that may occlude them. However, it is important to note that rapid changes in depression can be painful for some patients and compromise their adherence to therapy.
The oscillating depression mode provides an intermittent stimulus, but in a more gentle manner. This is done by creating a more gradual pressure variation curve, determined by the oscillation period and the two set depression values, e.g. [-80; -120] mmHg.
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