Circularity’s D'OXYVA Transdermal Delivery System Proves Effective in Helping Lower Risk of a Variety of Disorders and Conditions

The transdermal delivery system, D'OXYVA®, has been used in hundreds of thousands of successful applications, many of them verified by some of the most advanced FDA-approved diagnostic methods.

Pasadena, California (PRWEB) October 12, 2015
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Norbert Kiss, president and CEO of Circularity™ - Circularity Healthcare™ - a company specializing in non-invasive technologies for highly portable medical gas-powered transdermal delivery, reports that the completion of five successful landmark clinical studies demonstrate the efficacy of the company's delivery system in helping lower the risk of hypertension, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer (e.g., multiple myeloma, lupus, skin, lung, brain), chronic diabetic and peripheral artery disease (PAD) related wounds; the system is also effective in improving quality of life, such as promoting significantly deeper sleep, reducing or eliminating chronic and acute pain, and boosting appetite, energy and mood. The studies were completed by Dr. Chester Ray, PhD, Penn State University; Dr. Lee C. Rogers, Valley Presbyterian Hospital; Dr. Harikrishna K. R. Nair, Hospital Kuala Lumpur; Janine Esler and Dr. Karen Indreland at Esler Arabian in Sacramento, Calif.

The transdermal delivery system, D'OXYVA®, has been used in hundreds of thousands of successful applications, many of them verified by some of the most advanced FDA-approved diagnostic methods. Successful tests with D'OXYVA® were completed on users with a wide variety of mild to extremely severe conditions, resulting in numerous positive outcomes.

D'OXYVA® has shown great promise in the wound care market, because the delivery system is non-invasive, painless, easy-to-use, with relatively affordable applications that make it highly competitive. Currently, leading advanced wound care technology is Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), which is rarely considered adequate by wound care physicians. The company announced this month the launching of a multicenter wound healing clinical trial with internationally renowned doctors as principal investigators, setting the stage for its upcoming U.S. FDA clearance process. The clinical trial comes on the heels of successful wound healing pilot studies in which wound healing was recorded in severe late stage diabetic foot wounds, with all subjects reporting pain reduction, and marked improvement in their sleep, eating, and mood.

About Circularity Healthcare

Circularity Healthcare, LLC, headquartered in the U.S. is an emerging world leader in proprietary circulatory health and non-invasive delivery technologies, committed to helping improve lives by developing, manufacturing, and marketing consumer health and wellness products. Circularity specializes in groundbreaking non-invasive technologies for highly portable medical gas-powered transdermal delivery systems and is pursuing regulatory approvals worldwide for device usage as treatment of disease states related to cardiovascular blood flow.

About Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) is a leader in higher education and carries out its mission of teaching, research, and service with pride and focus on the future. Penn State is a major, public, research-intensive university serving Pennsylvania and the global community. Founded in 1855, the university has a stated threefold mission of teaching, research, and public service. Its instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education offered through resident instruction and online delivery.

About Valley Presbyterian Hospital

Valley Presbyterian Hospital opened its doors to the community in 1958 as a small, neighborhood provider of personalized medical care. Today, we are one of the largest and most prestigious full-service acute care facilities in the San Fernando Valley. Our 350-bed hospital serves thousands of families each year, with access to a wide range of medical expertise and leading-edge technology across all elements of care. Among the region’s brightest and best, our nurses, therapists, technicians and more than 500 physicians represent virtually every specialty and most sub-specialties in the medical field, including cardiac care, orthopedics, maternal and child health, and oncology.

About Hospital Kuala Lumpur

Hospital Kuala Lumpur is now the largest hospital under the Ministry of Health of Malaysia and is considered to be one of the biggest in Asia. It is a government tertiary referral hospital, located on 150 acres of prime land with 83 wards and 2,300 beds. The Kuala Lumpur Hospital or commonly known as HKL (Hospital Kuala Lumpur) has 53 different departments and units. These include the administration & finance department, the pharmaceutical department, training and research, 28 clinical departments and 12 clinical support services.

About Esler Arabians

Janine Esler is one of the most successful endurance trainers in the country. She trains all breeds of horses in many disciplines but specializes in Arabian horses and endurance training for the horse and rider. Janine also specializes in "problem" horses and solving those problems for the life of the horse. Janine lives in Granite Bay, California, where she also breeds champion Arabian horses including her Khemosabi son, Khemistreetu. She has 6 Tevis Cup buckles and has successfully completed scores of horses on multi-day 250 and 50 mile rides. She stresses safety for horse and rider as well as enjoyment and longevity. Janine has hosted many training clinics and has been a featured speaker at the 2001 AERC convention in Reno. She has authored the monthly "Ask a Trainer" column in the AERC News as well as the Tevis Cup Website.

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Forward-Looking Information

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