Therapy of chronic wounds with water-filtered infrared-A (wIRA) – Scientific Figure on ResearchGate. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/three-times-a-week-30-minutes-irradiation-with-w ater-filtered-infrared-A-wIRA-and_fig1_41761572 [accessed 10 Aug, 2018] three times a week 30 minutes irradiation with water-filtered infrared-A (wIRA) and visible light (VIS)) (Study Basel, Switzerland) (, from ): Initial findings, result after 2 weeks, after 4 weeks and after 6 weeks (healed) (28 times 30 minutes irradiation with water-filtered infrared-A (wIRA) and visible light (VIS) within 52 days = approximately 7 weeks) with normal view, thermographic image, and temperature profile across the ulcer, in each case to the left before therapy and to the right after completion of the course of therapy. The arrow and the long arm of the piece of wire in the thermography image point to the place where the wound has been. Diameter of the red circles: 16 mm. (Study of the University Tromsø/Norway and the Hospital in Hillerød/Denmark) (adapted from , ) (13 irradiations of 30 minutes with water-filtered infrared-A (wIRA) and visible light (VIS) within 8 weeks, the first 7 irradiations within the first 3 weeks, additional 6 irradiations within the next 5 weeks): Initial findings (day of first irradiation with wIRA(+VIS)), result after 3 days, after 5 weeks, after 6 weeks, after 8 weeks (day of last irradiation with wIRA(+VIS)) and after 14 weeks. After 13 irradiations the ulcer and the stasis dermatitis in the treated area were healed.