Topic: Wound Healing, Infection, Chronic Wound, Diabetic Ulcer, Electrotherapy, Electrical Stimulation.
Wound Healing, Infection, Chronic Wound, Diabetic Ulcer, Electrotherapy, Electrical Stimulation.
This treatment is described under the general medical terms: Wound Electrotherapy, Wound Electrostimulation, Wound Electrical Stimulation, Wound Infection. Using our clinical experiences, we developed the SIS machine W200 model electrostimulator. The W200 device is the world’s first real-time, ‘smart’ wound healing electro-stimulator.
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We can treat many kinds of wounds:
We can apply the treatment to:
- Non-healing wounds
- Infected wounds
- Diabetic ulcers
- Chronic wounds
- Non-closing wounds
- Open wounds
- Surgical wounds (infected)
How does the treatment work?
There are 3 repeating stages of wound healing stimulation, shown in the diagram below:
Silver ions are delivered to the wound for fast treatment or prevention of infection.
A wound self-generates an electric field, which acts as the major, ‘bioelectric’ controller of wound healing. The equipment measures this electric field in real-time, and continuously supplements or replaces it as necessary. By this method, the stimulation is individualized to each wound, and can start or speed up the wound healing process.
The electro-stimulator again delivers silver ions to the wound, in a patented method that stimulates the modification of cells involved in the inflammatory process into cells with many of the regrowth abilities of ‘stem cells’. These newly modified ‘stem cells’ help regenerate damaged tissue, and reduce scar tissue formation.
Wound Healing, Infection, Chronic Wound, Diabetic Ulcer, Electrotherapy, Electrical Stimulation
How do we apply the treatment?
The portable SIS machine wound healing equipment includes silver-nylon cloth electrodes, which attach to the body next to the wound.
Treatment is painless and non-invasive. This is a non contact treatment. We do not need to apply the stimulation electrodes directly onto the wound.
You take home the equipment for continuous application over a period of time. You are given full instructions for simple application and monitoring of the equipment. Alternatively, you can receive a series of treatment sessions at the Clinic.