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Healing time of pressure wound drastically reduced with use of microcirculation device

  1. victor ankle 1-28-15

Patient V.P. was admitted to the hospital due to a blast crisis associated with his acute mylocyctic leukemia on 12-28-14. Over the course of the next few weeks, he developed a pressure  sore on his medial right ankle. This sore progressed rapidly and wound care was consulted.

A punch biopsy was done to rule out bacterial, fungal, and viral infections. No infection was present, and I began treatment with the micro circulation device. V.P. was treated on 8 minute cycles, 3 times over a 5 day period. The before and after pictures capture the 6 day result.

The first image is from 01-28-2015

victor ankle 1-28-15

The next image is six days later on 02-03-2015victor ankle 2-3-15

This next image was taken 02-5-2015 after patient was discharged home. V.P. was discharged using the micocurculation device two times daily for only 8 minutes each.


These final images were taken on 02-14-2015. First image is of the medial right ankle and second image is of the lateral right ankle.

Feb 14, 2015 pics

Not only is V.P.’s  rate of healing amazing,  consideration also needs to be taken because at this time, this patient had a platelet count of 50 (normal 150-400), a white cell count of 1,000 (normal count 4,000-11, 000), and a hemoglobin count of 10 (normal 13.5-17.5).

This device is truly amazing.

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