Case study
Not all Biogun treatment is administered by healthcare professionals. In this case, a husband bought a Biogun to treat his wife's foot ulcer, which had become deeply infected with the 'superbug' MRSA.
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This 72-year-old female patient had a small scratch on her 2nd toe caused by the neighbouring toenail. It became infected, and developed into this lesion, which was found to have been colonised by MRSA. 8 weeks’ treatment with Inadine dressings in the Rheumatoid Arthritis Hospital in Bath failed to tackle it and she was sent home, where the District Nursing service continued to treat it – without success. In December, 2003 the infection had entered the bone. Her husband bought a Dentron Biogun and began treating it for 8 minutes twice a day. This was how it looked in February, 2004.

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This was its appearance on 2nd April, 2004...

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...and shortly afterwards all that could be seen was a small scar where the ulcer had once been.

Result!