Clinical studies

It has been a well-established fact for many years that therapeutic ultrasound (US) can increase blood flow.

The FDA regularly provides indication of increased blood flow for therapeutic US on a 510k basis.

One of the most common problems associated with high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) is impaired blood flow, which can result in diabetic foot ulceration (DFU), diabetic neuropathy and pain, and amputation of the lower extremities.

The “mother” of the CellSound machine is the BRH A2 machine.

Over the past few years, tens of thousands of DFU have been successfully treated by the BRH A2 with astonishing results.

Multiple studies have been performed to prove the BRH A2 machine’s efficacy in reversing the effect of impaired blood flow.

The Increasing Effects of the BellaContour Treatment on the Amount of the Fat Used as Metabolic Fuel

In this study, overweight women underwent two treatments to the abdominal area; a significant increase in fat oxidation was shown.

A Pilot Study on the use of a Low-Intensity, Non-Focused Ultrasound Device in Abdominal Circumference Reduction

Led by Jeffrey S. Dover, MD, showing a notable reduction in measurements.

Analyzing the Results of an Entire Population of 10 Clinics, using Bella Contour Device, for Abdominal Circumference Reduction

In this study, patients from 10 clinics were analyzed. The analysis showed significant success in the treatment.

The Effect of Combined Ultrasound and Electric Field Stimulation on Wound Healing in Chronic Ulcerations

Ram Avrahami, MD demonstrated how the CellSound technology accelerates skin rejuvenation even in wound conditions.

Saul Goldsztein, MD - Case Study

A case report on carpal tunnel syndrome using the CellSound technology.

Combined Ultrasound and Electric Field Stimulation Aids the Healing of Chronic Pressure Ulcers

This study showed that the CellSound technology accelerates chronic wound healing, even after years of regression.

Combined Ultrasound and Electric Field Stimulation Prompts an Immediate Response in Stalled Chronic Wounds

The authors evaluated a new technology – combined ultrasound and electric field stimulation (CUSEFS) – on the immediate effect on stagnant chronic wounds.

Early Effects of Combined Ultrasound and Electric Field Stimulation on Chronic, Recalcitrant Skin Ulcerations

The authors evaluate a Combined Ultrasound and Electric Field Stimulation Device (CUSEFS) on chronic recalcitrant wounds.

A Multicenter Evaluation of Chronic Ulcer Recurrence with the Use of Varying Mechanical Wound Healing Modalities

The authors evaluate a retrospective analysis of their wound care clinics healing and recurrence rates. The authors evaluate the efficacy of varying physical modalities on preventing recurrence of wounds after their healing.

Evaluation of a device Combining Electro Stimulation and Ultrasound in the Treatment of Non-Healing Chronic Leg Ulcers

This study evaluated the effect of BRH-A2 on healing chronic leg ulcers and the device’s impact on pain, wellbeing and mobility.

Angiogenesis in Adipose Tissue: The Interplay Between Adipose and Endothelial Cells

Jacqueline Herold and Joanna Kalucka

The Effects of Low-Intensity Ultrasound on Fat Reduction of Rat Model

1David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA; 2Interdisciplinary Division of Biomedical Engineering,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Hong Kong

Pulsed Low-intensity Ultrasound Increases Proliferation and Extracelluar Matrix Production by Human Dermal Fibroblasts in Three-dimensional Culture

This study evaluated the effect of pulsed low-intensity ultrasound on cell proliferation, collagen production and glycosaminoglycan deposition by human dermal fibroblasts encapsulated in alginate.


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