Wireless Micro Current Stimulation (“WMCS”), a revolutionary new non-invasive modality for ES invented and patented by Wetling EU ApS in Denmark, overcomes all the practical problems experienced with traditional ES.
With WMCS the electrical stimulation of a wound is administered “wirelessly”, without any physical contact to the damaged skin. The current transferred “through the air” to the wound is typically around 1.5 μA.
To understand how WMCS works we need to bear in mind that the basis of an electrical current is “the movement of electrons”.
The air around us consists predominantly of nitrogen and oxygen molecules. WMCS uses the ability of nitrogen and oxygen molecules to donate and absorb electrons respectively, a process similar to what we observe in nature when lightning occurs during thunderstorms. WMCS charges oxygen molecules gathered from the surrounding air with an extra electron (hence known as negative oxygen ions, or O2–), which then are “sprayed” down over the wound bed. When these ions touch the wound, the extra electrons “jump off” onto the wound surface and the basic O2 molecules just carry on in the air. In physics this is known as the “Plate Out” effect.
This makes WMCS treatment absolutely pain free and non-invasive, thus there are no risks for side effects. Furthermore the treatment area covered in one session is up to 50 times larger than with traditional ES.
An increasing number of WMCS clinical trials and case studies have been performed in Europe and Asia. These all show similar, or even better, healing results compared to the studies made with “traditional” ES. At the same time, all risk factors, or disadvantages, with electrode transferred ES are neutralized.
WMCS has proven efficiency, and regulatory medical device approvals, for the healing of;
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