- Narrowband UVB or broadband UVB
- Short exposure times
- Special screening with standardized graduations
- Simple and safe use
- Small and handy device
The compact MED testing device
The ease of use and interpretation of the results turn this device into an indispensable aid for photo testing. The MED-Tester Mini is available with narrowband or broadband UVB.
The under forearm, back, or buttock are suitable areas for testing, as these are areas not normally exposed to UV from the sun. The exposure occurs in minutes, depending on the UV source.
The optimum starting dose for a UV treatment can be evaluated 16-24 hours later, forming a reliable and safe basis for the phototherapy treatment protocol.
The human skin changes its photosensitivity along with the season and the physiological state of the body system. Therefore, it is recommended to check the photosensitivity before planning a therapy.
When using the MED-Tester Mini, the practitioner is able to accurately determine the maximum initial dose for a given patient, thereby reducing the total accumulated dose whilst optimising the therapeutic result.
UVB Broadband, UVB Narrowband (311 nm)
Dimensions and Weight
Height: 355 mm
Width: 47 mm
Depth: 42 mm
Weight: 0.25 Kg + 0.445 Kg power supply unit
230 V / 50 Hz
Narrowband or broadband UVB to determine the MED (minimal erythema dose) and UVA to determine the MPD (minimum phototoxic dose).
MINI attachment (80501)
Patient Goggles (80100)
Personnel Safety Goggles (80200)
UV Tube, 9 W – UVA (82202)
UV Tube, 9 W – UVB Broadband (40510)
UV Tube, 9 W – UVB Narrowband (40520)
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