Current Experiance W/ the Beck Device
Hurt Myself minorly w/ the Beck Device
Date: 11/21/2006 5:21:23 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 4129 times
So I still have not gotten materials for the pulser. I have a vivitar 1900 comming in the mail though. Soon my little ones, soon. I know you want to get electro-zapped now, but your questionable "life" and parasitic autonomy shall be stopped soon.
I did have a few notes on the beck device as I have now been using it for approx 1.5 Weeks.
I had it on for the first time during my sleep last night and but prior to my sleep I noticed it was acting up. PArticularly it was giving a half click or half step sound from the main relay. I thought it was a battery connection problem as when I reset the AA batteries the machine started clicking again as it should and it continued into my sleep. Much to my dismay when I woke up in the night 5 hours later with some pain in my hand. In the dark I immediately realized I didn't hear clicking (oh bad). So I took at look at my wrist and noticed what had happened as a result of the machine not reversing polarity properly. I had a 2cm by 1cm wide shock wound from the electrode. It had a wet green cake over the top which I assume to be the skin that was liquified. I cleaned it off and while it still looks quite fleshy it was not deep at all, just looks like I am viewing the muscle tissue. I sterilized it with CS and I am hoping for a quick recovery. Thank god I have 2 wrists! I would also like to note that the wound DOES NOT hurt at all. Maybe I burnt the nerves or something, but its not infected either so who knows. The CS took what little red around the edges that was there this morning away by early afternoon. I LOVE THIS STUFF!
So the moral of the story is this. Charge your batteries often, its easy and if you arent actively attending the device you may be minorly injured because diagnosis of a problem may come to late. Once I had put new batteries into the clocking unit (AA's) it worked fine and I went through another 1 hour of treatment. Until next time.
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