Cutaneous Leishmaniasis - CL

Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (CL) is a parasitic disease that is caused by the bite of the sand fly. This disease causes multiple skin lesions most commonly found on the face, arms and legs. Until the use of TTI's technology the treatment has been painful daily injections of a heavy metal drug that has life threatening side effects. TTI is now recognized as the proven treatment protocol.

TTI's Treatment

  • One brief session
  • Minimal Pain
  • Simple and Inexpensive
  • Systemic side effects
  • Greater than 85% curative effect
  • Minimal scarring
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Publication References

The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Heat therapy for cutaneous leishmaniasis elicits a systemic cytokin response similar to that of antimonial (Glucantime) therapy. Iza M.F. Lobo, Milena B.P. Soares, Tania M. Correia, Luiz A.R. de Freitas, Maria Ines Oliveira, Maria Nakatani, Eduardo Netto, Roberto Badaro, John R. David

Clinical Infectious Diseases
Efficacy of Thermotherapy to Treat Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Caused by Leiahmania tropica in Kabul, Afghanistan: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. R. Reithinger, M. Mohsen, M. Wahid, M. Bismullah, R. J. Quinnell, C. R. Davies, J. Lokaczinski

Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in soldiers from Fort Campbell, Kentucky returning from Operation Iraqi Freedom highlights diagnostic and therapeutic options. Robert J. Willard, MD, Anelia M. Jeffcoat, BS, Paul M. Benson, MD, and Douglas S. Walsh, MD

The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis with Localized Current Field (Radio Frequency) in Tabasco, Mexico. O. Velasco-Castrejon, B.C. Walton, B. Rivas-Sanchez, M.F. Garcia, G.J. Lazaro, O. Hobart, S. Roldan, J. Floriani-Verdugo, A. Munguia-Saldana and R. Berzaluce

The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial of Meglumine Antimonate (Glucantime) vs Localized Controlled Heat in the Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Guatemala. Thomas R. Navin, Byron A. Arana, flora E. Arana, Ana Maria De Merida, A. Lorena Castillo, and Julio l. Pozuelos. The cost-effectiveness of health programmes in complex emergencies: leishmaniasis treatment in Kabul, Afghanistan. Reithinger R. and Coleman PG

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