Electroporation - creating pores in the bilayer lipid membrane under the influence of an electric field. This phenomenon is used in biotechnology for the introduction of macromolecules.
Electroporation - physiotherapeutic procedure using simulated current electro-up to open the channels of the cell membrane for a short period of time. Exposure is carried out by electrical pulses of high frequency (3000 Hz) at low intensity. Electroporation allows good permeability of cell membranes and effective delivery of drugs into the cell.
Electric pulse waves create pores in the bilayer lipid membrane. The permeability of cell membranes increases more than 100 times, allowing the cell to conduct not only low molecular weight, but high molecular weight, for example, hyaluronic acid. Subsequently, the cell returns to its original state, as waves of electric pulse, complex modeled. In this case, the skin is not broken. Improves the function of the sodium-potassium pump, normal metabolism, synthesis of collagen and elastin.