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Electrotherapy Device And Use In Treatments For Viral & Bacterial Infections
Home Health & Fitness Medicine
By: Richard Malter Email Article
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SIS Manufacturing Ltd New Zealand has developed a range of next generation electromedical stimulator and electrode systems to replace antibiotics and Antivirals. The advanced electromedical devices for fulfilling the global medical needs of infection treatments without drugs, and individualized bioelectric wound healing stimulation, did not exist. So we invented and developed them.

SIS Machines - The range of Wound healing device utilize direct current silver iontophoresis.

The SIS equipment is noninvasive, portable and replaceable battery powered. The SIS machines can be applied by healthcare professionals and by the general population without any electromedical or medical experience or expertise.

SIS Electrodes - The Electrical stimulation device for wound healing are coupled with the world's first generally available silver-nylon cloth iontophoresis electrode. World's first generally available silver-nylon cloth iontophoresis electrode.

CLINICAL AND TREATMENT ADVANTAGES

Inflammation - Including vascular disturbances often exist in and around infected areas of the body, making drug uptake restricted or completely inhibited.

Silver iontophoresis effects are independent of blood flow. The constant, direct current silver ion delivery of the SIS machines delivers antimicrobial silver ions via the shortest possible route directly to the infected area.

No Overdosing - To reach localized infections, especially in peripheries of the body, the entire body has to be unnecessarily loaded with the prescribed drug. The Portable Microcurrent device or SIS electrostimulator technology delivers only the minimum necessary silver ion dose to the target infected area.

Superbugs and Antibiotic Resistance - Major antibiotic resistant superbugs include Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Vancomycinresistant Enterococcus (VRE), Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) and multidrug-resistant (MDR) Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Even after several decades of use of silver in medical dressings and topical creams, there is very little evidence of resistance of bacteria to electrically generated silver ions.

Together with the potential dielectrophoretic effects of the SIS electrostimulator technology, the concept of drug resistance might not ever apply with use of the SIS machines technology.

No Drug Side Effects or Risks - Common drug side effects include digestive system disruption, hematological problems, organ failure, cardiac impairment, allergic reactions and long term neuropathy from Fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Direct-acting antiviral drugs for hepatitis treatment carry the highest category Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warnings.

The SIS electrodes and the released silver ions have no drug side effects or risks.

About SIS Electromed - Bacterial/Viral & Helicobacter Pylori Alternative Treatment without the side effects of drugs, Wound Healing device & Protection, Tissue Regeneration.

For product details visit: siselectromed .com

SIS Manufacturing Ltd, New Zealand.

The SIS equipment and technology is patent pending and trademarked.

Address for all commercial & sales correspondence: 3/20 Clarendon Street, Frankston, VIC 3199, Australia.

Phone: +64 3 669 0509 Within Australia: 03 9018 7056 Fax: + 61 3 8582 9706

All non-sales enquiries: contact@siselectromed.com Sales enquiries: sales@siselectromed.com

Bacterial/Viral & Helicobacter Pylori Alternative Treatment without the side effects of drugs, Wound Healing device & Protection, Tissue Regeneration.

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