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The influence of preparation conditions on the characteristics of chitosan-alginate dressings for skin lesions
(John Wiley & Sons IncHobokenEUA, 2008)
Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Wounds
The treatment of skin wounds represents an important research area due to the important physiological and aesthetic role of this tissue. During the last years, nanoparticles have emerged as important platforms to treat ...
Histological investigation of a 10% metronidazole and 2% lidocaine dressing on wound healing in rats.
AIM: Alveolitis is considered a disturbance of the alveolar healing process that is characterized by blood clot disintegration, alveolar wall infection and extreme pain. Several substances have been investigated to improve ...
Bacterial cellulose/collagen hydrogel for wound healing
This study compares a wound dressing based on bacterial cellulose/collagen (BC/COL) hydrogel in rat dorsum with commercial collagenase ointment and untreated wound. The hydrogel was characterized by Scanning Electron ...
Advances in the Management of Skin Wounds with Synthetic Dressings
(ClinMed International Library, 2016)
Negative Pressure Therapy for Complex Wounds in Patients with Sickle-Cell Disease: A Case Study
(H M P COMMUNICATIONS, 2010)
Sickle-cell disease is the most prevalent genetic disease in the Brazilian population. Lower limb ulcers are the most frequent cutaneous complications, affecting 8% to 10% of the patients. These ulcers are usually deep and ...
Combining xanthan and chitosan membranes to multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells as bioactive dressings for dermo-epidermal wounds
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2015-03-01)
The association between tridimensional scaffolds to cells of interest has provided excellent perspectives for obtaining viable complex tissues invitro, such as skin, resulting in impressive advances in the field of tissue ...
A Comparison of the Effect of Chlorhexidine, Tap Water and Normal Saline on Healing Wounds
(Sociedad Chilena de Anatomía, 2006)