Blood Circulation

D’OXYVA improves dermal microcirculation and promotes wound healing in the diabetic foot (clinical trial update)

Prof. Puruhito and colleagues have released the results of three observational trials showing that D’OXYVA® (Circularity Healthcare LLC), a deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator, improves vasodilation in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), boosts dermal microcirculation, and helps in the healing process of DFUs. D’OXYVA® is a circulatory and nerve

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Company News

Circularity Healthcare, LLC Receives 2019 Pasadena Award

Pasadena Award Program Honors the Achievement PASADENA November 30, 2019 — Circularity Healthcare, LLC has been selected the 2nd time in 3 years for the 2019 Pasadena Award in the Healthcare Products Developer and Manufacturer category by the Pasadena Award Program. Each year, the Pasadena

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Blood Circulation

Disorders of Microcirculation, Prevention and Treatment

Microcirculation[1] involves the smallest branching blood vessels in the body, which are the arterioles, the venules and the capillaries. These tiny blood vessels provide essential perfusion to the tissues of the body and supply oxygen while carrying away toxic metabolic waste products. Disorders of microcirculation can

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The location of the 19 pain areas for the Widespread Pain Index of fibromyalgia
Blood Circulation

Fibromyalgia and Microcirculation: What Fibro Patients Need To Know

If you’ve been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you know how debilitating the disease’s widespread nerve pain can be to your body. New research shows that microcirculation problems may be among the causes of fibro nerve pain.  The concept of microcirculation—the circulation of blood in your body’s smallest blood

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Cardiovascular

Treating Microcirculation Defects in Cardiovascular Diseases

Defects in microcirculation have been documented as major factors in the development of cardiovascular diseases, especially type 1 diabetes.[1] By treating microcirculation defects, thus increasing blood and oxygen flow to the heart, the risk of recurrent significant cardiovascular events can be reduced significantly, and strength and endurance can

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COVID-19

Detecting Sepsis Early

Estimates suggest that more than 30 million people worldwide are affected by sepsis each year, with up to six million of these dying from the condition. While vulnerable populations such as the very young, elderly, pregnant women and immunocompromised people are most at risk, sepsis can strike

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Mental Health

Ways To Deal with Depression

By Dr. Steven Gelbard, MD, Medical Director of ReLife Miami Institute According to American Psychiatric Association (APA), Depression (major depressive disorder) is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression

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Major risk factors for spider veins, varicose veins
Active Lifestyle

Signs You’re at Risk for Spider Veins

Spider veins are dilated superficial blood vessels that often appear on the surface of the lower extremities or on the face. They are usually caused by damage to the small valves in veins, which causes back-flow, increased pressure and venous dilation. An example of a patient

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