No. The SIS machines are not medical devices. The SIS machines are not the future electromedical devices that SIS is currently developing. The SIS machines are consumer health products, and the W and M series SIS machines are also software driven devices for providing supplementary alerts and information to a healthcare professional for their decision-making[…]
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Yes, but with caution and some restrictions. The SIS electrodes are only designed for use in the low microcurrent range and only with low voltages (maximum 5-10 Volts). The SIS equipment and technology should not be compared to commonly available microcurrent stimulators, either electronically or therapeutically. These devices are not capable of the electronic requirements[…]
No. Zappers, Rife machines, and bioresonance devices are all electromagnetic frequency generating devices. The SIS electromedical device technology for infection treatments utilizes low intensity (amperage) direct current (DC); it does not have an Output Current or Output Voltage frequency, as it is DC device technology. The SIS electromedical technology for infection treatments has no functional[…]
No, they are entirely different. Please continue to the link below to read about the SIS electromedical technology for infection treatments, or first read the information below. HOW IT WORKS > More information: Delivery of ingested silver ions inside the body ‘Colloidal silver’ (ionic silver solution), though certainly of use for surface infections, has limitations[…]
Yes, the M250 and M250MA SIS machines are ideal and easy to use for colloidal silver production. The SIS machine electrode cable can also be easily connected to widely available pure silver rods made specifically for colloidal silver production, using the set of Alligator Clip Cable Adaptors supplied with each SIS machine M250/M250MA. The SIS[…]
Yes. The SIS machines M250/M250MA have also been designed for small scale water treatment and purification purposes. We have not yet conducted an independent laboratory test of water sterilization. We therefore disclaim that we imply or have any data to support or confirm the usefulness of the SIS machines for this purpose at this time.[…]
No, the SIS electrodes are not sticky. They need to be held onto the body using standard adhesive medical fixation tape or other types of physiotherapy or injury rehabilitation tape. Bandages or other emergency means can also be used if necessary. Fixation tape is a generally available, non-prescription item from any chemist or pharmacy, and[…]
Typically (for a severe or acute infection or wound) with approaching ideal 24/7 continuous use, we recommend replacement of the (+)positive electrode every 12-48 hours, and replacement of the (-)(‘return’) electrode every 24-48 hours. These guidelines can be modified depending on anatomical location and other factors such as ambient temperature that will affect sweating. Further[…]
Yes. We provide full and ongoing support to the original purchase user of SIS equipment for its correct and optimal application. We will always communicate promptly and give as much help as necessary.
No. The SIS electromedical equipment and technology are not appropriate for the treatment of parasite infections.
We do not give medical advice. Here is our general reply to this question for informational purposes only: A ‘neoplasm’ is the medical term for what is commonly called a ‘malignancy’ or a cancerous growth. Neoplasms are occurrences that form over time as a result of many very complex and simultaneous processes. The SIS electromedical[…]
Yes, it is possible that the Output Current of the direct current (DC) SIS electromedical equipment can be programmed for the treatment of yeast and fungal infections.
Each infection and treatment course will be unique.