Wound Ulcer Healing Electrical Stimulation Electrotherapy Device
MEDICAL DEVICE TECHNOLOGY
SIS Machine W250 Model Wound & Ulcer Healing Electrical Stimulation Electrotherapy Device
The SIS machine W250 model applies patent pending, realtime ‘smart’ algorithms to determine the optimum stimulation for the individual wound. This electrical stimulation approach results in faster wound healing with less scar tissue. The low intensity direct current (LIDC) and/or constant silver cation delivery to the wound bed treats and prevents infection.
The W250 model SIS machine technology integrates key electro-physiological wound healing and tissue regeneration medical science that has remained in the research field until now.
The SIS machine W250 model and SIS electrode treatment system can be applied to all kinds of surface wounds and ulcers including:
- Non-healing chronic wounds
- Diabetic leg and foot ulcers
- Infected wounds
- Post-surgical wounds (infected)
- Trauma wounds (protection, sterilization)
- Venous stasis ulcers
- Arterial ulcers
- Pressure ulcers (‘bedsores’)
- Necrotizing soft tissue infections
Additionally, the SIS machine W250 model when operated in REGEN operational mode, completely and accurately fulfils the specifications of the electrical stimulation method for tissue healing and regeneration pioneered and patented by American orthopedic surgeon, Dr Robert O Becker.
WELLNESS DEVICE FUNCTIONS
The SIS technology can be applied for non medical general health and wellbeing applications in the field of woundcare, utilizing the patented SIS algorithmic skin electrical resistance monitoring technology adapted specifically to wound healing dynamics:
Monitoring electrical impedance changes in a wound for the purpose of providing supplementary alerts and information for your woundcare or other health professional in the course of their standard care provision.
Monitoring support for your self-management of a small wound that you are treating independently at home that is not serious and does not require the attention of a woundcare or other health professional.