Ultimate Champion is an ultraviolet blood irradiation device. These devices are used for general healing and to address inflamation. Ultimate and Tom Lowe also sell an accompanying tube, called a cuvette. Since the device itself has been in use for a long time, its continued use is allowed by the FDA without further approval. However, their marketing of the tube, or cuvette, is an unadulterated scam. The light is to pass through this tube and transmit through to the blood. The problem is that the tube is just that — tube shaped. It transmits negligible amounts of light, as most of the light is refracted out. As the angle of transmission moves from 90 degrees, the amount of light transmitted quickly decreases. Since the tube is a cylindar, there is, literally, only one point where the light transmits at 90 degrees from each light source. As such, very little light impacts the blood. The promoters of this, claim that the tube is a unique and effective design. That is nonsense. Their design is simply the cheapest possible configuration. The early machines were made with a flat designed vessel or cuvette, and for very good reason. That flat design transmits a huge percentage more of light, and this is the design that is grandfathered in by the FDA. So, not only is this cylindar of a tube ineffective, it also lacks required FDA approval (since the compliant and effective design is flat). So, Mr. Lowe and his Champion company are marketing an offshoot of the real device (the cuvette); probably pocketing millions of dollars from it; and are scamming the unsuspecting practitioners and patient base.
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