Yes, with successful results that resulted in the recovery of the patients. In these cases, within major and regional hospitals an M200 [precursor of M250] model SIS machine and electrode system 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 infections.
The W200 [precursor of W250] model SIS machine has been used within major and regional hospitals for large and very large antibiotic resistant infected nosocomial and post-surgical wounds, and has saved leg amputations.
The hospital doctors were aware of and included the applications of the SIS equipment in their clinical notes.
Additionally, no adverse affects were reported by the hospital doctors or nurses.