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Healing wounds with Diapulse by increasing blood flow


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New Ways to Increase Blood Flow

Most doctors will tell you that increasing blood flow to the wounded area is not realistic. That is because they are unfamiliar with a new technology called pulsed high-frequency high-peak power electromagnetic energy. One machine, the Diapulse® Wound Treatment System™, produces bursts of energy (up to six hundred per second) sufficient to do the job. Its manufacturer is the Diapulse Corporation of America. This safe, heatless device increases blood flow and reduces swelling. Dozens of studies published in major medical journals have demonstrated total success in healing chronic wounds with Diapulse by increasing blood flow and reducing edema (swelling).

I have used this machine on hundreds of chronic pressure ulcers in nursing homes, hospitals, and private dwellings with complete healing in all cases. Some of those wounds were open to the bone with gangrene and infection and had been around for more than a year. The only problem with this gadget is its obscurity. Few doctors or nurses know about it, so it remains in the realm of alternative medicine. However, it is accessible if you can convince your doctor to order it. It is not cheap to use, but some health plans may cover the cost under medical equipment rentals. There is no risk in using it, and it could make a difference between healing or overwhelming infection and death. You can get full information from the website diapulse.com and share with the physician or nursing staff.

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