Setting up Cala Trio includes Positioning and Fastening Cala Trio Calibrating Cala Trio Setting Therapy Intensity See the section for Setting Up Cala Trio in the Health Care Professional Guide for details on each of these steps.

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Sizing the device is easy. Choose which hand to treat. Cala Trio is designed to stimulate nerves in the left OR right wrist. The device is NOT interchangeable between the left and right hand. Measure the patient’s wrist circumference over the wrist bone (head of the ulna/styloid process) to determine band size. Measurement guides are…

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Consider the following for this patient: Stop therapy until healed Wash the affected area with soap and water Use hydrocortisone cream 2.5% or petroleum jelly to aid healing of the affected area Dress with gauze Do not use aloe vera Once the affected area has healed, if you and the patient agree to continue using…

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Participants in the clinical study experienced mild to moderate skin irritation, including sores, electrical stimulation burns or lesions, redness and/or itching at the site of stimulation. For a full list of possible side effects, please see Adverse Reactions in the Health Care Professional Guide.

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The device should NOT be used: by patients with an implanted electrical medical device, such as a pacemaker, defibrillator, or deep brain stimulator. by patients that have suspected or diagnosed epilepsy or other seizure disorder. by patients who are pregnant. on swollen, infected, inflamed areas, or skin eruptions, open wounds, or cancerous lesions. Refer to…

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Participants in clinical trials used this therapy as monotherapy or in combination with standard ET medications. Medications included but were not limited to primidone, propranolol, and gabapentin. There were no reported interactions between Cala Trio therapy and medications prescribed to reduce ET symptoms. Cala Health continues to study Cala Trio therapy to better understand its…

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