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These magnetic bandages are a pioneering tool that has been researched and developed at the University of Valencia by Dr. Francisco Selva and is helping to alleviate the consequences suffered by patients who have had the Coronavirus.

Magnetic Tape on Antena 3 Weekend. POSTCOVID treatment and research in ICU

It appears to be simple bandages, but it really is not. They have magnetic properties that make them unique; they act like magnetotherapy 24 hours a day on those who wear them. It is a pioneering tool that has been researched and developed at the University of Valencia and is helping to alleviate the consequences suffered by patients who have had the coronavirus, such as cough, fatigue, headaches and muscle pain. One in ten patients with mild coronavirus has sequels 8 months later.

With these bandages, it has already been shown that all these symptoms improve, so they are already being tested in critical COVID patients. More and more young people end up in the ICU due to the coronavirus because the older ones are getting vaccinated.

Once the coronavirus is defeated, there may be consequences. Doctor Enrique Gastaldi himself, director of Traumatology, has suffered after overcoming bilateral pneumonia. As he explains, he felt an oppression that prevented him from finishing all the air when he breathed. Lola, for her part, noticed a lot of tiredness and pain in her lower back and buttocks, and Rita couldn’t even go to bed because she had coughing fits.

All three claim that with the use of the band, that has changed. it is the pioneering treatment that acts like magnetotherapy. This was found after 8 years of research by physiotherapist Francisco Selva of the University of Valencia.

At the Doctor Peset University Hospital, the band is already being used on critically ill COVID patients, which helps to remove them off the mechanical ventilation. Rafael Zaragozá, head of the ICU at that hospital, points out that they are seeing that the strength of patients can improve.

The preliminary results of this study in the ICU are very positive.

Source: A3 News Weekend of 04-24-2021

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