Distance between two poles in EPTE

Interpolar distance: safety in electrolysis application

The interpolar distance (distance between the two poles anode and cathode) has a main role in the electric safety when the electrolysis technique is applied. Galvanic current flows through the tissues between the two points, and will affect them depending on their degeneration level: pathologic tissue has a lower resistance to current electrical flow (electrical resistance) due its physic and biological features. Both in the cathode and anode (negative pole and positive pole) some histologic changes will be produced due…

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