Has the SIS technology been tried in hospitals for treatment of infections and wounds?

Yes, with successful results that resulted in the recovery of the patients. In these cases, within major and regional hospitals, the SIS equipment was used at the insistence of the patients and/or their families, when standard treatments with intravenous and oral antibiotics were not giving the necessary results for these patients’ acute or emergency (antibiotic resistant) infections.

The SIS equipment has also been used within major and regional hospitals under the same circumstances, for the treatment of large, post-surgical, chronic and antibiotic resistant wound infections, and is confirmed to have saved leg amputations.

The hospital doctors were aware of and included the applications of the SIS equipment in their clinical notes. No adverse affects were reported by the hospital doctors or nurses.


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