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10 Things You Should Know About DVT
One of the most important things to talk about in relation to DVT, is varicose veins. 4 June 2018
3 Reasons Why Most Wounds Won’t Heal
There are several connected causes for non-healing wounds. According to figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, chronic wounds –injuries that have yet to heal after s
4 things you should know about erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction (ED), once shrouded in secrecy, is now in the spotlight, thanks to high-profile advertisements for drugs like Cialis, Viagra, Levitra, and Stendra. But despite this greater aware
8 Warning Signs of Poor Blood Circulation
Poor blood circulation is the start of numerous other ailments. What causes poor blood circulation? Low blood circulation is caused by different underlying conditions. The most common ones
A new theory on reducing cardiovascular disease risk in binge drinkers, Research identifies potential predictive biomarker
January 24, 2018 I University of Illinois at Chicago A new study shows that binge drinkers have increased levels of
​Diabetes – Understanding a Debilitating Disease and Its Complications
November 11, 2017 by Dr. James O. Honors in Epidemiology, Ophthalmology Electives Albert Einstein College of Medicine A Sad Case Struggling with Diabetes – Most people remember the pop
An interview with key opinion leader Dr. Ito Puruhito
May 22, 2017 D’OXYVA ® technology is a fast, reliable and effective approach for boosting circulation and promoting wellness for patients with diabetes and varicose veins. An interview with key
Anesthesia, Microcirculation, and Wound Repair in Aging
Abstract Age-related changes in skin contribute to poor wound healing after surgical procedures. Changes in skin with age include a decline in thickness and composition, a decrease in the number of m
Are Veiny Arms Really a Sign You're Super Fit?
Jan 8, 2018 by Emily Shiffer You’ve seen the crazy photo of cyclist Pawel Poljanski’s insane leg veins after his 70-hour Tour de F
Are You Ready to Visit Your Doctor Online?
October 21, 2015 Read More: By Beth Braverman Dallas marketing executive Susan Thompson knew e
Asian Cardiology Market Growth
February 1, 2015 Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in many Asian countries. In fact, Asia accounts
Being mindful of symptoms
MEREDITH PEACHEY, May 30, 2018 LEWISTOWN–Dr. Maya Lichtenstein, neurologist at Geisinger-Lewistown Hosp
Benefit from D’OXYVA’s IDE status
April 11, 2017 By virtue of the fact that Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) approved human clinical studies with D’OXYVA ® and concluded that it was a Non-Significant Risk (NSR) device, D’OXYVA
Blood Circulation Problems
August 4, 2016 Blood is the carrier of the all-important oxygen molecule. Through a series of reactions in which oxygen is involved, ene
Blood Flow Velocity
January 13, 2012 Each time our heart beats, a specific volume of blood is pumped in and out of the body. Blood gets circulated by systematic op
Blood, Oxygen & Wound Healing: How It Works
Most of us take our natural wound-healing abilities for granted. You scrape your knee, clean it and wait for it to heal on its own. It seems pretty simple, right? Not exactly. The truth is, what goes
Boosting Circulation can Benefit the Entire Body
March 26, 2010 Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. Are you feeling weary? Are you having trouble focusing? Are your hands or feet chilly, e
Breaking News from the PWCS Regional Conference
Following Successful Wound Healing Pilot Study, Circularity Launches Multicenter Clinical Trials, Business Initiatives with Influential Experts Across the Region The Philippine Wound Care Society is
Breaking News from the Surabaya Vascular Update 2015
Circularity Healthcare Launches Clinical Trials, Business Initiatives with Influential Experts Across the Region Legal Disclaimer: No association or collaboration whatsoever is implied or expressed b
Can Oxygen Therapy Improve Brain Blood Vessel Function in COPD Patients?
By Allison Inserro Breathing in additional oxygen improves the function of blood vessels in the brains of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to research pub