Yes, but with caution and some restrictions. The SIS electrodes are only designed for use in the low microcurrent range and only with low voltages (maximum 5-10 Volts).
The SIS equipment and technology should not be compared to commonly available microcurrent stimulators, either electronically or therapeutically. These devices are not capable of the electronic requirements for silver iontophoresis or low intensity direct current (LIDC) therapeutics using silver-nylon cloth as electrochemical or electrical anode and cathode. The SIS equipment direct current (DC) devices have no output stimulation frequency. Most microcurrent stimulators are not DC devices: they are frequency emitting, pulsed waveform generating devices, similar to or actual alternating current (AC) devices.
For silver iontophoresis or low intensity direct current (LIDC) therapeutics using silver-nylon cloth electrodes acting as the (+)positive and (-)negative electrochemical or electrical anode and cathode for the release of silver cations (Ag+s) or for LIDC therapeutic effect, extremely stable ultra low amperage DC Output Current with nanoampere accuracy is required. This specification is beyond the capabilities of generally available microcurrent stimulators.
Additionally, the SIS electrostimulators are sophisticated realtime and statistical monitoring devices of the SIS silver-nylon cloth electrode↔skin contact. This function is also critical for silver iontophoresis or low intensity direct current (LIDC) therapeutics to occur over time at ultra low constant DC.