Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria, Virus: Silver Iontophoresis Electrotherapy
MEDICAL DEVICE TECHNOLOGY
The SIS technology and SIS electrode system provides fast and effective treatment of bacterial and viral infections in most anatomical locations in the body. There are no risks of drug side effects. This new electromedical technology is also effective against antibiotic resistant bacteria superbugs.
Common infections that can be treated with the integrated SIS technology and SIS electrode system:
- Ear, nose and throat infections including sinus
- Gum infections (gingivitis)
- Chest (upper and lower respiratory tract) infections: Pneumonia and Bronchitis
- Stomach infections: Helicobacter pylori, and viral gastric infections
- Liver infections (viral hepatitis)
- Pancreatic infections
- Spleen infections
- Reproductive organ infections (male & female) including ovarian, uterine and cervical
- Bladder and kidney infections (UTI)
- Joint and muscle infections (Septic Arthritis, Pyomyositis)
WELLNESS DEVICE FUNCTIONS
The SIS low intensity direct current (LIDC) and algorithmic software skin electrical resistance monitoring technology can be utilized for non medical, general health and wellbeing applications.
The same LIDC SIS technology can also be applied to generate an electron flow for the electrical donation of electrons into the whole body for free radical scavenging. A steady flow of electrons has been shown to appear to act as a highly potent antioxidant:
Free radicals are the products of normal cellular metabolism. A free radical is an atom or molecule containing one or more unpaired electrons and capable of independent existence. The odd number of electron(s) of a free radical makes it unstable, short lived and highly reactive.
Free Radicals: Properties, Sources, Targets, and Their Implication in Various Diseases
Antioxidant effects of ultra-low microcurrents
Skin impedance measuring for hydration monitoring during everyday or sports activity:
Usually, bioelectrical impedance of body tissues is measured by applying a low frequency alternating current (AC) through an array of surface electrodes attached to the tissue surface. The AC is applied to avoid tissue damage from using direct current (DC). But with the unique SIS technology, a brief measurement low voltage generated LIDC can be used without causing tissue damage or discomfort.
Effects of hydration changes on bioelectrical impedance in endurance trained individuals
Multimodal epidermal devices for hydration monitoring
Effects of hydration and dehydration on body composition analysis: a comparative study of bioelectric impedance analysis and hydrodensitometry