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Shock wave is defined as an acoustic wave characterized by a high pressure peak adjustable in a small frequency range. The shock-absorbed pressure is certainly much higher than the traditional ultrasonic wave, although it has a less pronounced frequency modulation. The shock wave spreads like ultrasounds through human tissues following the law of acoustic impedance, that is, the different ability of each fabric to reflect the acoustic wave.