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Source:
Prof. Judy M. Delp, PhD, Florida State University U.S.A.







Circularity has assembled a Scientific Advisory Board (click for partial list) that includes domestic and international medical thought-leaders in the field of diabetic relief, wound healing, microvascular physiology, neurobiology, endocrinology, amputation prevention, vascular surgery, cardiovascular physiology, and others.




Increased oxygen-rich microcirculatory tissue perfusion is widely reported in published clinical research to improve physiological processes including but not limited to wound, tissue healing and repair, athletic performance, stamina, sleep quality, skin health, and much more.




D'OXYVA has recorded instant, outsized, and sustained improvements of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in the brain leading to major tissue perfusion, blood circulation in macro-, and microcirculation enhancement in controlled human clinical trials (Phase I to III). These benefits result in significant improvements of essential physiological processes and clinical outcomes.






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Industry-Leading Noninvasive Transdermal Microcirculatory Technology for Rapid Closure of Complex Wounds with Significant Pain Relief


















D'OXYVA Rogers Microcirculation Clinical Study Diabetic Foot Global Conference Poster Abstract