Thanks for the detailed description.
Have you ever read the article below? http://www.scoon.co.uk/Electrotherapy/fscan.pdf
It claims that FSCAN is not constructed correctly,
and that "the prolonged usage of the DC offset signals will
eventually result in tissue damage at the point of
application due to electrolysis of the body tissue".
Do you use a different FSCAN than the type described in that
article? Do you use the zapper function? Does it work?
Anyway, your information is much appreciated.
I also agree completely with your warning (and would add more).
Healthcare providers (doctors nurses,...) should
especially beware, since they are at highest risk
to be infected by patients that carry SARS virus.You
never know until the test results came back whether
the patient has SARS, but taking throat samples itself
can be extremely dangerous (the patient might throw up..).
In any case, please, be extremely cautious these days
when contacting patients with fever,coughing, diarrhea.
SARS can be transmitted very easily. We should all support each other and be prepared.