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    Title: Breakthrough microwave therapy saves diabetic patient's legs in Scotland
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    Breakthrough Microwave Therapy Saves Diabetic Patients Legs In Scotland 53962
    Description: In a groundbreaking medical development, a diabetic patient in Scotland has been saved from leg amputation through the use of new microwave technology. Barry Meld, a 74-year-old with type 2 diabetes, faced severe foot ulcers that worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Surgeons had recommended amputation as the only option. However, a medical student observing Meld's condition suggested microwave treatment as an alternative. After nine months of this innovative therapy, Meld is now fully recovered. The treatment, developed by the company Emblation in Stirling, uses a low-energy dose of microwaves to activate the immune system, effectively healing the ulcers. This technology, known as Swift, has proven to be a successful and non-invasive alternative to traditional treatments. Meld's recovery highlights the potential of microwave technology in treating severe diabetic ulcers and avoiding amputations, showcasing a significant advancement in medical care.
    Published Date: 09-Jul-2024
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