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New method for electrical stimulation of wounds

WMCS (Wireless Micro Current Stimulation) is a new method for electrical stimulation of wounds. ES is recognized in more than 500 published articles as the most efficient method in wound care. The WMCS method transfers the electrical charges wirelessly to the wound, which makes the method significantly more useful than the previously known transferring methods.

The WMCS method uses oxygen to transport electrons to a ”plate out” effect on the wound, which means that the molecules deposits the electron, when they touch the wound or skin surface , while the oxygen molecule carries on as air gas. The basis for a current is the movement of electrons and with this simple method the WMCS technology transfers the current to the wound, where the so-callw2ed ”current of injury” is established and supports the natural bio-electrical process of the wound healing.

Advantages of Wireless Micro Current Stimulation:

  • No pain during treatment
  • Fast healing process
  • Usually the patient is largely pain free after the first treatment
  • Usually reduced needs for pain medication
  • Usually reduced stress reactions in the patient
  • Patients with burn wounds heal after a few days and usually with no scar tissue
  • The treatment is easy to administer
  • Covers large wound areas
  • Has the potential of solid savings in wound care and hospital stays

Approved treatment technology

The WMCS method was introduced at the EWMA conference in Portugal in May 2008. The method was officially approved in May 2011 for the treatment of wounds according to the directive for medical equipment in Class IIa and CE certified by TÜV.

Which wounds can be treated with WMCS?

The WMCS method has proven to be especially effective in the treatment of:

  • Chronic ulcers, e.g. ulcers and wounds related to diabetic foot disease
  • Acute wounds, including burn wounds
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Post plastic surgery wounds

Fast and efficient treatment of wounds

The WMCS method usually shows signs of healing after a short amount of time and pain is typically reduced rapidly.

When treating burn wounds a certain approved type of dressing can be unnecessary used, which means that dressing changes are UNNECESARY, as the WMCS technology makes it possible to treat through this special type of dressing. Dressing changes are extremely painful for burn wound patients and contributory to the formation of scar tissue.



Wetling W200

The Wetling W200 is a medical device providing Wireless Micro Current Stimulation
(WMCS) for wound and tissue healing.



Intended Purpose

The Wetling W200 device is intended to be used in professional health care environment to deliver Wireless Micro Current Stimulation (WMCS) to patients. Without direct contact to the injured tissue, WMCS will promote and accelerate wound and tissue healing by attracting the cells of repair, changing cell membrane permeability, enhancing cellular secretion through cell membranes and orienting cell structures through the bioelectrical process of electrotaxis.

Indications For Use

The Wetling W200 device is suitable for adjunct WMCS treatment of most types of wounds and injuries, both chronic and acute:

• Pressure ulcers
• Arterial ulcers
• Venous stasis ulcers
• Neuropathic diabetic ulcers
• Burns; 1st, 2nd & 3rd degree

 

Contraindications

Do not use the Wetling W200 if:
• The patient is pregnant or nursing.
• The patient has a pacemaker or other implanted electrical device(s).
• The patient has a malignancy close to the wound.
• The patient suffers from epilepsy or other neuroexcitatory conditions.

Side Effects

Light itching, tingling and/or redness may occur during and/or after the treatment.

Precautions

• Only operate the W200 according to the guidelines in the User Guide (Instructions for Use).
• Do not operate the W200 near shortwave or microwave therapy equipment.
• Do not simultaneously connect the W200 and any high-frequency equipment to the patient.
• Do not take the W200 apart, as this can cause electrical shocks.
• Do not use the W200 if there is visible damage to the housing, power box or cables.
• Patients should not use cellular phones or other communication devices while during the W200 treatment.

Intended Purpose
The Wetling W200 device is intended to be used in professional
health care environment to deliver Wireless Micro Current
Stimulation (WMCS) to patients. Without direct contact to the
injured tissue, WMCS will promote and accelerate wound and
tissue healing by attracting the cells of repair, changing cell
membrane permeability, enhancing cellular secretion through
cell membranes and orienting cell structures through the
bioelectrical process of electrotaxis.
Indications For Use
The Wetling W200 device is suitable for adjunct WMCS
treatment of most types of wounds and injuries, both chronic
and acute:
• Pressure ulcers • Burns; 1st, 2nd & 3rd degree
• Arterial ulcers • Surgical wounds
• Venous stasis ulcers • Traumatic wounds
• Neuropathic diabetic ulcers • Soft tissue injuries
Contraindications
Do not use the Wetling W200 if:
• The patient is pregnant or nursing.
• The patient has a pacemaker or other implanted electrical
device(s).
• The patient has a malignancy close to the wound.
• The patient suffers from epilepsy or other neuroexcitatory
conditions.
Side Effects
Light itching, tingling and/or redness may occur during and/or
after the treatment.
 

Wetling offers a method for pain free and accelerated wound healing of both burn wounds and chronic ulcers. The method fulfills the requirements for the CE marking.

Wetling hat TÜV-Zertifizierung zur Herstellung und Vermarktung der WMCS-Technologie

Wetlings quality management system is certified by TÜV regarding sales, production and delivery of the WMCS technology.“







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