SIS WoundCare

SIS machine W250 accelerated wound and ulcer healing


Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) superbug bacteria skin lesions


Emergency nosocomial (hospital acquired) septicemia (sepsis) lower leg wounds

accelerated healing


Loxosceles rufescens spider bite wound. Patient prescribed antibiotics, cortisone, antihistamine and pain killers, with little change in wound or symptoms after 48 hours; unable to walk. 18 hours W250 machine emergency treatment: more than 50% pain reduction reported, major improvement to wound and surrounding tissue, patient walking near normally.


Chronic diabetic ulcers, patient facing lower leg amputation as not responding to standard hospital care. Sufficient improvement for amputation to be avoided, confirmed at 2 year follow-up.


Post operative, severely infected 30cm leg wound, non responsive to IV antibiotics and multiple surgical washouts, infections resulting from slow wound healing over months. Infection determined as “incurable” by attending surgical and infectious diseases team with certain sepsis and death if whole leg amputation not performed. W250 applied 6 hours daily for 1 week then near 24/7 for further 3 weeks. Complete resolution of infection and wound closure; amputation avoided, confirmed at 3 month follow-up.

SIS WoundCare advanced electrical healing

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