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Infrared Wraps Effect on Oxygenation of Diabetics Arm, Feet and Lower Leg

Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus - Type 1 | Diabetes Mellitus - Type 2

What is the purpose of this trial?

This study seeks to prove that wraps manufactured with infrared textile are capable of augmenting peripheral circulation in the lower legs, arm and feet of participants with Diabetes Mellitus. Infrared is currently used in saunas and various textiles as general wellness products that purport to improve various health conditions and augment microcirculation. This study is intended to investigate specifically whether wraps capable of harnessing infrared energy can improve oxygenation in the feet, arms and lower legs of diabetics using noninvasive transcutaneous oximetry to do so.

  • Trial with
    Circufiber, Inc. (formally Circulate LLC)
  • Start Date
    07/02/2020
  • End Date
    06/30/2022

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  • Last Updated
    05/01/2022
  • Study HIC
    #2000027079