Pain Free Delivery
Mist Therapy is a painless, non-contact, low frequency ultrasound for an open wound.
A saline mist is used to kill the bacteria on the surface, while stimulating the cells below to accelerate the healing process. It causes an increase of nutrients and oxygen to be brought to the tissue.
Supported by Clinical Evidence
Mist Therapy has been supported by an array of clinical evidence.
Easy Use and Set Up
Mist Therapy uses a quick and easy to use system that can be administered by a trained healthcare professional.
Mist Therapy only takes two and a half minutes to administer and it helps wounds heal faster than traditional wound care.
Kaerbear’s Healthcare is now offering Mist Therapy!
Mist therapy is a painless, non-contact, low-frequency ultrasound delivered through a fluid mist directly to the wound.
Unlike most wound treatment, mist therapy penetrates deep below the surface.
Mist therapy promotes healing by increasing oxygen, blood flow, and nutrients to the tissue.
Benefits of mist therapy include:
reduced wound size
decreased healing time
decreased bacteria on the skin
Mist therapy is proven to be safe and supported by a vast array of clinical evidence.
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