Bioelectric wound healing

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We have been directly involved in the development of the SIS machine W100 model – the world’s first real-time ‘intelligent’ wound healing electro-stimulator.

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What wounds can be treated?

The treatment can be applied to:

  • Non-healing wounds
  • Infected wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Chronic wounds
  • Non-closing wounds
  • Open wounds
  • Surgical wounds (infected)

How does the treatment work? 

Using patented self-adaptive algorithms, the key but so far unused electro-physiological wound healing and tissue regeneration medical science is brought out of the research lab and into the hands of the user.

There are 3 repeating stages of wound stimulation. The equipment is a ‘smart’ wound-assessing device, so that the stimulation is specific to each individual wound. This is the first of it’s kind wound healing stimulation in the world.

STAGE 1

Silver ions are precisely delivered to the wound for fast treatment or prevention of infection.

STAGE 2

A wound self-generates an electric field that is the major wound healing controller. Our equipment measures this electric field in real-time, and continuously supplements or replaces it as necessary, for the individual wound, to start or speed up the wound healing process.

STAGE 3

Silver ions are delivered again to the wound bed, in a method that has been shown to trigger the modification of cells involved in the inflammatory process into ‘stem cells’. These newly modified cells can regenerate damaged tissue, and reduce scar tissue formation.

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How is it applied?

The portable SIS wound healing equipment includes silver-nylon cloth electrodes attached to the body.

Treatment is painless and non-invasive. The wound is not contacted at all.

The equipment can be taken home by the patient for continuous use over a period of time, with instructions for simple application and monitoring. Alternatively, a series of in-clinic treatment sessions can be arranged.