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Wound Care and peri wound area

Wound Care and peri wound area

A chronic wound is a lesion that does not heal in a specific time but shows delayed wound healing. A wound is considered a “chronic (non-healing) wound” when the process is not completed between 4 weeks to 3 months. The patient has tissue damage and for this reason,...
Cells involved in regeneration dermis

Cells involved in regeneration dermis

The dermis is the mesenchymal component of the skin, separated from the epidermis by the basement membrane. The dermis comprises two structurally different layers named the papillary and reticular layer. The papillary layer contains nerve endings and microvascular...
Human Amniotic Membrane and Wound Healing

Human Amniotic Membrane and Wound Healing

  Human Amniotic Membrane and Wound Healing Human amniotic membranes (hAMs) have shown promising results in recent studies aimed at improving wound healing. Ben Samuel John and Coll conducted a study on the 2019 full-thickness skin defects in 4 groups of 6 rats...