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Burn treatment calls for 'constant' feeding

(MediaSource) Burn treatment not only focuses on wound care and pain management at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, but doctors also pay very close attention to how much a patient is f...

Disabling Infection-Fighting Immune Response Speeds Up Wound Healing

One of the body's tools for fighting off infection in a wound may actually slow down the healing process, according to new research by a team of Harvard University, Boston Children's Hospital, and Pen...

Health Tip: Should I Bandage a Wound?

-- Proper wound care can promote healing and ward off infection. The American Academy of Family Physicians advises: An unbandaged wound typically stays more dry and heals more quickly. Wounds that ma...

Derma Sciences, Inc. (DSCI) - Medical Equipment - Deals and Alliances Profile

Summary Derma Sciences, Inc. (Derma Sciences) is a tissue regeneration company. It focuses on advanced burn and wound care. The company offers products in three categories, namely, advanced wound care...

Disabling infection-fighting immune response speeds up wound healing in diabetes

(Penn State) One of the body's tools for fighting off infection in a wound may actually slow down the healing process, according to new research published online in Nature Medicine on June 15, 2015. T...

Scientists create biodegradable membrane that accelerates burn healing

Treatments to regenerate skin from burns are lengthy; however, Mexican researchers have developed a biodegradable membrane that transfers skin cells (keratinocytes) to burn wounds, when placed on the ...

Acellular Hydrogels for Regenerative Burn Wound Healing: Translation from a Porcine Model

Synedgen Burn Treatment Results Presented at Premier Wound Conference

SY-203L improves healing and reduces scar formation in 3rd degree burns Claremont, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2015 According to a 2013 report from the American Burn Association, more than 450,000 patients ...

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A topical aqueous oxygen emulsion stimulates granulation tissue formation in a porcine second-degree burn wound.

Oxygen is an essential substance for wound healing. Limited studies have shown that topical oxygen can influence healing. This study evaluated the effects of a Topical Oxygen Emulsion (TOE) on burn wo...

Nanoemulsion Therapy for Burn Wounds Is Effective as a Topical Antimicrobial Against Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacteria.

The aim of this study is to investigate the antimicrobial efficacy of two different nanoemulsion (NE) formulations against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in an in vivo rodent scald burn mode...

Expression and activity levels of chymase in mast cells of burn wound tissues increase during the healing process in a hamster model.

The present study aimed to investigate the changes in the expression levels and activity of mast cell chymase in the process of burn wound healing in a hamster model of deep second-degree burn. The ha...

Review of Burn Research for Year 2014.

Management of burn injuries requires treatments and interventions from many disciplines. Worldwide, burn patients suffer from physical and psychological challenges that impact their lives socially and...

N-acetylcysteine S-nitrosothiol Nanoparticles Prevent Wound Expansion and Accelerate Wound Closure in a Murine Burn Model.

The treatment of cutaneous wounds in the clinical setting continues to be a clinical challenge and economic burden, with burn wounds being especially formidable. Direct mechanical injury coupled with ...

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