“Studies with D’OXYVA have shown unmatched results in noninvasive wound care. Anyone with an underlying condition should know this option is available.” - Dr. Michael McGlamry, DPM, Forsyth Foot and Ankle Associates, Cumming, GA (wound healing, neuropathy)
Blood Circulation

Dr. Michael McGlamry: Diabetic patients and Covid-19

About Dr. Michael McGlamry Forsyth Foot and Ankle Associates, Cumming, GA Dr. McGlamry was born and raised in Atlanta. He graduated from Tucker High School in 1982, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with honors from The University of Florida. In 1991, he

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Most Frequently Administered Drugs in the U.S. Are Not What You Think

FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

WASHINGTON — U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer. The Food and Drug Administration said late Thursday that several batches of the drug metformin tested

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Venous hypoxia a poorly studied etiological factor of varicose veins
Spider / Varicose Veins

Venous Hypoxia: A Poorly Studied Etiological Factor of Varicose Veins

Venous hypoxia has long been postulated as a potential cause of varicosity formation. This article aimed to review the development of this hypothesis, including evidence supporting and controversies surrounding it. Vein wall oxygenation is achieved by oxygen diffusing from luminal blood and vasa vasorum. The whole media

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Myths About Diabetes Treatments

The Connection Between Oxygen and Diabetes

A lack of O2 in fat cells triggers inflammation and insulin resistance in obesity. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have, for the first time, described the sequence of early cellular responses to a high-fat diet, one that can result in

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Family measuring D'Oxyva perfusion index (peripheral blood circulation), oxygen saturation, heart rate, repsiratory rate results with oximeter
Active Lifestyle

Are Oximeters the New Thermometers?

Taking your temperature can let you know if you have a fever, but that’s about it. You could still have a serious infection with a low-grade fever. In short, a thermometer is an important tool to have in your medical cabinet, but it can’t give you a whole picture of your health.

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