Bee sting – Five hours after being stung on the wrist an EyeOn patch was placed on the swollen wound. With in one hour the swelling reduced almost completely. The patch was left on overnight and in the morning there was no sign of inflammation or infection.
Tick Bite Site Tetracycline oral antibiotic 500 mg. BID was used for the duration of this time period in order to treat the primary lyme disease infection. A pad treated with EyeOn technology was used directly to the primary site of the tick bite in order to observe the reaction of the primary tick bite site.
The EyeOn pads were placed on the primary site of the tick bite at the same time each day so the interval of observation was roughly every 24 hours.
Day 1 use of EyeOn pad: Primary site of tick bite has scab intact. Area is extremely itchy. (Note the scab is a result of fierce scratching to the area.)
Secondary site without EyeOn pad is without scab and extremely itchy. (Note this site was not bitten but arose spontaneously in close proximity to the original bite site. Two other secondary sites arose from farther proximity to the initial tick bite site. The other two sites were not recorded.)
Day 2 use of EyeOn pad: Primary site remains under ionic pad with fewer itches noted. Secondary site without ionic pad remains unchanged. Continues to itch as before.
Day 3 use of EyeOn pad: Primary site is without itch. Scab remains intact. Secondary site without EyeOn pad remains unchanged. Itchy.
Day 4 use of EyeOn pad: Primary site has no itch. Area below the scab has accumulated clear colored fluid. Fluid was excised and scab detached itself. Area now has open wound with no itch. Ionic pad was placed directly on open wound without cleaning or washing neither the area nor the use of any form of topical antibiotic or any other topical medication. Secondary site without ionic pad has lessened itchiness.
Day 5 use of EyeOn pad: Primary site appears to be exactly as it was 24 hours previously. Although the wound was open and offered a perfect medium for infection to grow no signs or symptoms of infection was present. To further test the area for symptoms of infection isopropyl alcohol was placed directly on open wound to probe for a reaction indicating if germs were present. NO reaction was noted, thus indicating that no germs were present in the open wound. Secondary site had minimal itching.
Day 6 EyeOn pad was not used in order to allow air to dry out the wound so a new scab could form. A new scab did form and the use of the ionic pad was discontinued.
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