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Innovative Collaboration: The Cutting Edge of Medicine Goes “Behind The Scenes”

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) DECEMBER 11, 2019

Circularity is partnering with Telly Award-Winning “Behind the Scenes” to provide regular, ongoing, high-quality content from leading experts in a variety of fields with an initial focus on microcirculation science, regenerative medicine, and advanced wound healing and related symptoms. The show reaches 60 million households domestically.

“Behind The Scenes with Host Laurence Fishburne” is a public television icon that has won numerous awards and delivers precision idea-telling at its best. Circularity is an innovative healthcare organization that is health-bent on their trademarked slogan: “Improving Lives by Improving Blood Flow.” Their coming together to bring forward the ideas of modern health science on a stellar entertainment platform can only make for riveting content going forward. Viewers will find themselves in a win-win situation.

Watching informative content via this stylized venue will leave viewers feeling quite satisfied with their television watching experience. It is time well spent and information precisely delivered.

A Little More About Circularity

Circularity is concerned with bringing the very best in healthcare innovation to the public. In so doing, they have manufactured a product called D’OXYVA. This product has a two-pronged approach to health. First, it can be quite effective in reducing the debilitative effects of many of the diseases that are affecting the world today, such as COPD, diabetes, and cardiovascular illnesses. Secondly, Circularity’s D’OXYVA can be used in a preventative capacity to improve microcirculation. The concept of microcirculation has far-reaching implications in neurology, oncology, endocrinology, cardiovascular health, respiratory health, dermatology, diabetic wound healing or diabetic wound care and other major fields.

Circularity Healthcare, LLC is the power behind D’OXYVA. This noninvasive trans-dermal and circulatory health technology is just the first product to be offered. Circularity is invested in revolutionizing the healthcare space. They plan to do this by creating cutting edge medical products and procedures that are both patient and physician friendly while being effective in minimizing and eradicating diseases.

What “Behind The Scenes with Host Laurence Fishburne” Will Bring to the Table

Behind The Scenes has been an innovator in bringing information to the forefront in the public television space. The award-winning series features segments on the newest technologies, as well as fresh takes on existing entities, phenomenon, and natural occurrences. The show’s website boasts that the television series “highlights the evolution of education, medicine, science, technology and industry through inspiring stories.”

Aside from the Emmy-winning and Academy Award nominated actor Lawrence Fishburne as host, the program has an award-winning creative development team. Viewers walk away with a rich knowledge of the subject. Viewers may have known about this subject their whole lives, or it may be about something completely new. Viewers learn an evolving aspect of the topic which keeps the perspective fresh.

The dawning of a new age has appeared with this collaboration. Individuals who want to know more about what the health science field is bringing into our hospitals and doctors’ offices will not be disappointed. In today’s world, it is imperative that we are advocates for our own health.

Coming Soon: Miami ReLife’s Dr. Steven Gelbard

The first series is with Dr. Steven Gelbard, a nationally-famed authority with his ReLife Miami Institute on stem cells. Dr. Gelbard presents D’OXYVA’s Nobel Prize-winning science as a regenerative medicine. Dr. Gelbard is involving his direct contacts with top NFL players and other top sports celebrities in the monthly series, along with 25—40 top neurosurgeons and other experts working under ReLife.

Imagine having the ability to receive D’OXYVA and other innovative treatments and non-invasive procedures for chronic wound care amid the luxury of a five-star hotel. Behind The Scenes guest, Dr. Gelbard, a Tufts School of Medicine educated neurosurgeon, makes it happen right now. Medicine has left the hospital building and has become the proactive choice of the health conscious. We can all look forward to learning more about how to live a healthier and more informed lifestyle from this awe-inspiring episode.

According to Norbert Kiss, President and CEO of Circularity Healthcare, this collaboration is door busting. Mr. Kiss tells us, ”[We] can offer unprecedented access to this amazing Emmy-winning show called Behind the Scenes with very competitive terms due to our strategic involvement. We welcome any expert.”

Laurence Fishburne, host of Behind The Scenes,” beckons, “Join me as we all discover the endless ways to enjoy the skills and imagination.”

Don’t miss the evolution. It’s being televised. Circularity and Behind The Scenes—Stay tuned for a mind-fortifying experience!

Circularity Values:

We, at Circularity believe in a long-sought-after goal in health care; people should have access to one health application that solves most of their short and long term health issues without compromising other aspects of their health while doing this quickly, affordably, and without pain. Circularity develops, manufactures and markets advanced technologies that significantly improve quality of life by improving some of the most essential physiological functions in the body.

About Behind The Scenes With Laurence Fishburne

Behind The Scenes is an award-winning program that highlights new stories and innovative concepts through groundbreaking short-form and long-form documentary presentation. The program, which is anchored by a veteran production team with decades of industry experience, is able to effectively communicate the most critical stories to a wide and diverse audience.

Behind The Scenes with Laurence Fishburne, has established an impressive and heralded career, amassing over one-hundred credits across the varied platforms of stage, television and film. He’s well known for major for roles in such films as; John Wick 2, Fantastic 4 Rise of the Silver Surfer, Mission Impossible III, Mystic River, Boyz n the Hood, What’s Love Got to Do With It, and Apocalypse Now. On the small screen, the award-winning and versatile actor played compelling roles in shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: New York and Hannibal. The Behind The Scenes Actor currently stars as Pops on the hit TV comedy Black-ish.

About Circularity Healthcare, LLC

Circularity Healthcare, LLC, located in Los Angeles, CA is a private biotech and medtech products and services company that designs, makes, markets, sells, distributes and licenses its own patented and patent pending technologies, such as its flagship non-invasive deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator product line, D’OXYVA®. One of the main mechanisms underlying D’OXYVA’s science received the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2019. Circularity enters into exclusive agreements with manufacturers to launch products and with large and small clinics and hospitals in order to help them enhance their profits and credit profiles with a wide variety of advanced products and services. In addition, Circularity Healthcare assists in the financing of equipment, working capital and also patient financing at industry-leading terms and speed.

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What You Need to Know About Non-Healing Wounds

Chronic wounds are wounds that do not heal in a normal amount of time. This delay in healing can be due to a number of factors. Read on to learn about the case of a 63-year-old female patient with a large chronic wound on her lower, left extremity that was resistant to healing.

Lena was a 63-year-old, White female who had developed a large, non-healing wound on her lower, right leg. She could not remember what had caused the lesion other than having dropped a heavy mirror on her right shin several weeks earlier. Lena had a past medical history of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart failure, liver failure, and blood clots in her legs. She had been a cigarette smoker for the last 50 years.

Lena’s physical examination showed a large, deep, non-healing wound on her right shin. Surgical treatment and debridement, along with antibiotic treatment, had failed to result in significant treatment. After 8 weeks of adjunctive application with deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator D’OXYVA[1], the chronic wound improved without any further complications.

Main Reasons Chronic Wounds Do Not Heal

Chronic wounds normally do not heal for a number of reasons, including[2]:

  • Increased age of the patient leading to slower healing time
  • Decreased functioning of the immune system due to illnesses or chronic disease processes
  • Decreased circulation due to diabetes affecting the peripheral vascular system
  • Decreased circulation due to peripheral vascular disease
  • Peripheral neuropathy leading to loss of sensation and the inability to feel wound and ulcer formation
  • Insufficiency of the venous system leading to pooling of blood in the extremities and resultant poor perfusion
  • Poor nutrition leading to decreased ability to heal wounds normally
  • Impaired mobility leading to impaired limb perfusion
  • Increased general stress levels leading to decreased wound healing
  • Decreased general health causing general debilitation and loss of normal healing ability

Variations of Chronic Wounds

There are several different variations of chronic wounds, including pressure ulcers, arterial and venous ulcers, and diabetic ulcers.

Pressure ulcers[3], such as “bed sores,” occur when an area of the skin is under constant pressure, often when a patient is confined to a bed or wheelchair.

This causes the skin to break down in areas such as the coccyx, heel, ankles, and dorsum of the foot.

Arterial ulcers[4] form when there is a blockage in an artery causing reduction in blood flow to the lower extremities and subsequent reduction in the supply of oxygen to the affected area.

Venous ulcers[5] occur when the valves within veins become damaged leading to pooling of blood in the veins and reduced blow flow and oxygenation to the extremities.

Diabetic ulcers occur when high blood sugar levels cause damage to the nerves, especially in the lower extremities.

This leads to numbness, causing the patient to ignore cuts or ulcers until they enlarge, often becoming infected.

Diabetes also depresses the immune system, leading to slowed healing.

Treatments for Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

There are a number of treatments for non-healing wounds [7]. These include:

  • Antibiotics to treat bacterial infections
  • Antifungals to treat fungal infections
  • Hyperbaric oxygen treatments to improve chronic wound healing
  • Surgical debridement to remove necrotic tissue
  • Specialty wrapping of chronic wounds
  • Skin grafting to close chronic wounds
  • D’OXYVA[8]skin delivery deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator as a wound solution to improve blood flow and oxygenation to chronic wound areas

HOW D’OXYVA CAN HELP?

D’OXYVA® (deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator) provides advanced, painless, complete and fast wound care solution. It has demonstrated speeding up diabetic wound improvement to an average of 5 weeks**.

In addition, D’OXYVA  improved quality of life such as sleep, appetite and mood in just a week in 100% of subjects. No adverse events of any kind were reported during, and years after the studies.

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US health care system causing widespread burnout among doctors, nurses, report finds

The American health care system is so broken that it’s causing a growing epidemic of burnout among doctors and nurses.

That’s according to a new 312-page report published by the National Academy of Medicine, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., that found that up to half of all clinicians have reported “substantial” feelings of burnout, including exhaustion, high depersonalization and a low sense of personal accomplishment.

Physician burnout can result in increased risk to patients, malpractice claims, clinician absenteeism, high employee turnover and overall reduced productivity. In addition to posing a threat to the safety of patients and physicians, burnout carries a hefty economic cost: A previous study published in June by the Annals of Internal Medicine estimated that physician burnout costs the U.S. economy roughly $4.6 billion per year, or $7,600 per physician per year.

“There is a serious problem of burnout among health care professionals in this country, with consequences for both clinicians and patients, health care organizations and society,” the report said.

The authors of the report, who spent 18 months studying research on burnout, found that between 35 and 54 percent of nurses and doctors experience burnout. Among medical students and residents, the percentage is as high as 60 percent.

Physicians suffering from burnout are at least twice as likely to report that they’ve made a major medical error in the last three months, compared to their colleagues, and they’re also more likely to be involved in a malpractice litigation suit, the report found. Each year, about 2,400 physicians leave the workforce — and the No. 1 factor is burnout.

The issue has also been linked to higher rates of alcohol abuse and risk of suicide.

Health care employees are so prone to burnout because of frequent changes to the system, which have exacerbated external pressures among physicians, including excessive workloads, long hours, frequent call duties, time spent at home on work-related factors, malpractice suits and methods that physicians use to deal with patient death and illnesses.

For instance, a law about patient privacy resulted in added frustration on doctors by ending their session every few minutes, requiring them to repeatedly log in throughout the day, The Washington Post reported.

The report outlined a number of changes needed to solve the problem, including:

Health care organizations should create positive work environments to foster professional well-being, including creating an executive-level wellness officer to monitor and protect clinicians’ health
Medical schools need to better train students on how to prevent and reduce burnout
Research burnout in order to better understand how to prevent it and help clinicians to recover, if they’ve been affected

HOW D’OXYVA CAN HELP?

Are you seeking equipment and working capital financing to start your practice or expand your existing one? Would you like to obtain 0% interest rate for up to 3 years for hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of existing equipment or new ones? Would you like to save 15-25% or more on your existing expenses?

Do you need to hire new staff? Do you need to improve your business credit profile, governance and compliance?

Circularity Healthcare provides comprehensive business development and financing services at the most competitive terms in the industry with the help of its network of leading firms.

We can fund your business in a couple of weeks if you can make available your business’ most recent 3 or 6 months bank statements and 1 or 2 years tax returns. Circularity takes care of the rest. We can help with turnarounds and other challenging situations as well.

Most offers are time-sensitive. Contact us now to lock in your 0% finance fees!

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World-Famous Institute in Miami Has Reopened as ReLife Miami Institute Under the New Leadership of Famed Neurosurgeon Dr. Gelbard, Funding Led by Circularity Healthcare

The World Famous Institute in Miami, which specialized in cosmetic and plastic surgery as well as anti-aging and wellness treatments and catered to such famous celebrities as Kim Kardashian, has reopened as ReLife Miami Institute under the new leadership of famed neurosurgeon Dr. Steven Gelbard. ReLife Miami Institute is a private Florida Domestic Profit Corporation located at 1441 Brickell Avenue, Sky Lobby Suite, within the 5-star Four Seasons Hotel in Miami, Florida.

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LOS ANGELES, October 24, 2019

ReLife Miami Institute™, which offers the latest in stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine through its ReLife Stem Cell Institute℠ as well as neurosurgical, orthopedic and pain management services, is now under the leadership of Steven Gelbard, MD a physician licensed in the state of Florida and board certified by the American Board of Hospital Physicians.

Dr. Gelbard is a leading neurosurgeon who has been practicing medicine in South Florida for over 20 years. He specializes in treating disorders of the brain, including bleeding in the brain, head and spinal trauma, neurological tumors, spinal disorders, and infections of the brain.

"We conduct a 360-degree patient-centric evaluation and create a treatment plan with a dream team comprised of medical, nutritional, and wellness experts.” -Dr. Steven Gelbard, ReLife Miami Institute, CEO

“I perform a number of procedures, including microsurgery, laser surgery, lumbar laminectomy, cervical laminectomy, evaluation and treatment of injuries to the brain and spine surgery for trauma to the brain and spine, reconstructive spinal surgery … as well as many other surgical procedures. We conduct a 360-degree patient-centric evaluation and create a treatment plan with a dream team comprised of medical, nutritional, and wellness experts.” —said Dr. Gelbard.

He received his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and completed a surgical internship at New York University. Dr. Gelbard then graduated from the University of Vermont Neurosurgical Residency Program. Subsequently, he received additional training in neurosurgery and neurology at Brown University and Harvard University.

Dr. Gelbard has been granted several US patents for surgical instruments and has authored many publications in medical journals, including the Journal of Neurosurgery. Since 1991, Dr. Gelbard has operated a very successful private practice in a neurosurgery surgical center.

Circularity Healthcare, LLC, provides unique and advanced products and services for both small and large medical clinics and hospitals, helping them to structure financial transactions and obtain financing at very competitive terms in collaboration with its financing partners.

“We believe people should have access to a single medical device that solves a majority of their short- and long-term health issues quickly and without pain. D’OXYVA does that and much more when combined with stem cells and many other modalities. I am honored Dr. Gelbard’s ReLife selected our company, Circularity to manage and grow the new Miami Institute with industry-leading solutions that significantly improve chances of funding at terms that are difficult to beat by other market players.” —commented Norbert Kiss, President and CEO of Circularity.

“Circularity’s mission is giving people opportunities to interact with our brand, which definitely impacts customer acquisition rates positively. We care and that shows. As a registered nurse myself, my team’s first goal is to help patients.” —Jennifer Boadilla-Pelaez, Circularity’s Senior Sales and Marketing Manager and Creative Director supporting Relife’s marketing and public relations campaigns.

About ReLife Miami Institute

ReLife Miami Institute, LLC™ offers the latest in stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine through its ReLife Stem Cell Institute℠. It continues the long and successful history of the world-famous institute in Miami, offering plastic and reconstructive surgery, cosmetic products, IV therapy, dental surgery, sexual wellness, hair restoration, hormone replacement, anti-aging treatments and wellness counseling. ReLife Miami Institute is located inside the 5-star Four Seasons Miami hotel in Miami, Florida.

About Circularity Healthcare, LLC

Circularity Healthcare, LLC, located in Los Angeles, CA is a private biotech and medtech products and services company that designs, makes, markets, sells, distributes and licenses its own patented and patent pending technologies, such as its flagship non-invasive deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator product line, D’OXYVA®. One of the main mechanisms underlying D’OXYVA’s science received the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2019. Circularity enters into exclusive agreements with manufacturers to launch products and with large and small clinics and hospitals in order to help them enhance their profits and credit profiles with a wide variety of advanced products and services. In addition, Circularity Healthcare assists in the financing of equipment, working capital and also patient financing at industry-leading terms and speed.

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Defects in Microcirculation and the Effect on Wound Healing: New Non-Invasive Treatments

The effects of defects in and poor functioning of the microcirculation on wound healing, especially in diabetic patients, can be devastating and life changing. As one particular example, Joseph L was a 63-year-old White male with a 24-year history of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, elevated cholesterol and arthritis. Joseph had been taking insulin for the past 12 years but his blood sugar levels were still poorly controlled.

On physical exam, Joseph had several very large, oozing and foul smelling deep ulcers located on the dorsum (top) of the left foot. After 8 weeks of intensive therapy utilizing the non-invasive D’OXYVA transdermal deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator, Joseph’s ulcers healed entirely and he avoided amputation of his left foot. Read on to learn more about this new non-invasive wound treatment that helps in wound healing.

 

What is the microcirculation?

The microcirculation refers to the smallest blood vessels in the body that supply oxygen to the tissues and remove waste products. This includes the arterioles, the venules and the capillaries. When the vessels of the microcirculation become damaged, it leads to decreased blood flow with lower oxygen blood levels and resultant damage to the skin resulting in a wound or ulcer.

Risk Factors for the Creation of Chronic Wounds

Patients with the following risk factors are at greater risk for non-healing wounds or ulcers (ulcers are the most common type of chronic wounds):

  • A history of decreased blood flow to a specific area (ischemia)

 

  • A history of uncontrolled diabetes (which leads to poor circulation, nerve damage and breakage of the skin)

 

  • A history of uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure)

 

  • A history of high cholesterol and atherosclerosis (cholesterol plaques in the arteries)

 

  • A history of blood clots (thrombosis)

 

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers are a common complication of uncontrolled diabetes mellitus.1 Chronically elevated blood sugar levels damage the microcirculation of the lower extremities, which leads to ischemia and neuropathy (damage to the nerves). Diabetic patients often lose feeling in the feet and so are not aware of friction and pressure, which leads to breaks in the skin. This subsequently leads to open wounds that often do not heal over a 30 day period. These wounds can then become infected, leading to gangrene and eventual amputation.

 

An Example of a New Non-Invasive Treatment to Enhance Wound Healing

D’OXYVA is a non-invasive transdermal deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator that delivers FDA-approved ultra-purified CO2 molecules which diffuse through the skin leading to increased skin perfusion. In studies of the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers with D’OXYVA, increased diabetic wound healing was observed with wound closure often observed within 5 weeks.

 

Conclusion

Chronic conditions like uncontrolled diabetes and hypertension can cause damage to the microcirculation, which leads to delayed wound healing. New treatment methods like D’OXYVA deliver transdermal CO2-enhanced oxygen and nutrients to wound areas through the microcirculation. This speeds up wound healing and wound closure and helps avoid devastating complications such as amputations.