Thanks…I did go back to the clinic yesterday and saw a PA, they were out of the silver sulfadiazine she wanted to use, so only put Bacitracin on it…nothing I wasn’t already doing. She felt, however, that they were bad enough and so many that she referred me to a Hyperbaric Clinic that is a new treatment for burns.
I had paid in advance for 5 sessions, at first they were only going to refund the 3 I hadn’t used, but when they looked at the 100’s of burns on my leg they decided not to charge me for my 2nd session that caused the problem. There won’t be a next time. I would never take this risk again.
I sent an email to the nurse who was the technician on the job to see if he had contacted his technical support person, as far as I know he has not done so…he had problems during the session and did something different for this segment. He claims he did not change the setting, but I think he may have changed a nozzle? Would that make a difference?
I have a call in for legal advice. The 100’s of red, swollen, oozing burns on my leg make it look a lot like hamburger and like the ones on the website where the woman was scarred permanently.
Anyone else had a bad experience?
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