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1945 35
1946 137
1947 132
1948 147
1949 109
1950 157
1951 215
1952 247
1953 242
1954 218
1955 260
1956 242
1957 225
1958 262
1959 247
1960 262
1961 279
1962 357
1963 469
1964 523
1965 512
1966 487
1967 612
1968 767
1969 796
1970 839
1971 923
1972 937
1973 945
1974 1053
1975 883
1976 872
1977 864
1978 829
1979 894
1980 905
1981 939
1982 1038
1983 1070
1984 1385
1985 1490
1986 1446
1987 1398
1988 1534
1989 1539
1990 1648
1991 1702
1992 1622
1993 1578
1994 1583
1995 1858
1996 1938
1997 2161
1998 2129
1999 2131
2000 2181
2001 2429
2002 2570
2003 2859
2004 2947
2005 3096
2006 3292
2007 3655
2008 4027
2009 4480
2010 4933
2011 5337
2012 5561
2013 5794
2014 5937
2015 6090
2016 5961
2017 6007
2018 5747
2019 3015
2020 75
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Wound healing.
Wang PH, et al. J Chin Med Assoc 2018 - Review. PMID 29169897 Free article.
Aberration of wound healing, such as excessive wound healing (hypertrophic scar and keloid) or chronic wound (ulcer) impairs the normal physical function. A large number of sophisticated experimental studies have provided insights into wound healing. This article highlights the information after 2010, and the main text includes (i) wound healing; (ii) wound healing in fetus and adult; (iii) prostaglandins and wound healing; (iv) the pathogenesis of excessive wound healing; (v) the epidemiology of excessive wound healing; (vi) in vitro and in vivo studies for excessive wound healing; (vii) stem cell therapy for excessive wound healing; and (viii) the prevention strategy for excessive wound healing....
Aberration of wound healing, such as excessive wound healing (hypertrophic scar and keloid) or chronic wound
Collagen Powder in Wound Healing.
Kallis PJ and Friedman AJ. J Drugs Dermatol 2018 - Review. PMID 29601617
A chronic wound develops when progression through the normal phases of wound healing goes awry, creating a hostile environment with elevated levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, increased matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), destruction of extracellular matrix (ECM) components, and diminished activity of growth factors and other soluble mediators. The advent of advanced wound care therapies allows for a targeted approach to the treatment of nonhealing wounds by addressing specific molecular defects in healing. ...
A chronic wound develops when progression through the normal phases of wound healing goes awry, creating a hostile envi …
Photobiomodulation in promoting wound healing: a review.
Kuffler DP. Regen Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26681143
Despite diverse methods being applied to induce wound healing, many wounds remain recalcitrant to all treatments. Photobiomodulation involves inducing wound healing by illuminating wounds with light emitting diodes or lasers. ...This review focuses on studies in which specific wavelengths induce wound healing and on their mechanisms of action....
Despite diverse methods being applied to induce wound healing, many wounds remain recalcitrant to all treatments. Photobiomodu …
Skin: histology and physiology of wound healing.
Gantwerker EA and Hom DB. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2011 - Review. PMID 21856533
It is important to understand the histology and physiology of skin for the prediction and optimization of wound healing. Optimal postoperative wound healing to minimize scarring entails minimizing local, systemic, and environmental factors that lead to poor wound healing. ...This article presents the dynamic process of wound healing and the basic tenets to minimize scarring....
It is important to understand the histology and physiology of skin for the prediction and optimization of wound healing. Optim …
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of repair in acute and chronic wound healing.
Martin P and Nunan R. Br J Dermatol 2015 - Review. PMID 26175283 Free PMC article.
A considerable understanding of the fundamental cellular and molecular mechanisms underpinning healthy acute wound healing has been gleaned from studying various animal models, and we are now unravelling the mechanisms that lead to chronic wounds and pathological healing including fibrosis. ...
A considerable understanding of the fundamental cellular and molecular mechanisms underpinning healthy acute wound healing has …
The wound healing process: an overview of the cellular and molecular mechanisms.
Velnar T, et al. J Int Med Res 2009 - Review. PMID 19930861
Wound healing remains a challenging clinical problem and correct, efficient wound management is essential. Much effort has been focused on wound care with an emphasis on new therapeutic approaches and the development of technologies for acute and chronic wound management. ...The correct approach to wound management may effectively influence the clinical outcome. This review discusses wound classification, the physiology of the wound healing process and the methods used in wound management....
Wound healing remains a challenging clinical problem and correct, efficient wound management is essential. Much effort
Time to Abandon Antimicrobial Approaches in Wound Healing: A Paradigm Shift.
Sams-Dodd J and Sams-Dodd F. Wounds 2018. PMID 30418163 Free article.
Clinical findings show MPPT removes wound infections 60% quicker than antibiotics and antiseptics and promotes the healing of chronic wounds that have not responded to antimicrobials. ...Instead, it may be time to consider a paradigm shift in wound healing away from antimicrobials and towards therapies that support the immune system and the microbiome. ...
Clinical findings show MPPT removes wound infections 60% quicker than antibiotics and antiseptics and promotes the healing of …
Treatment Strategies for Infected Wounds
Negut I, et al. Molecules 2018 - Review. PMID 30231567 Free PMC article.
Recently, wound dressings loaded with antimicrobial agents have emerged as viable options to reduce wound bacterial colonization and infection, in order to improve the healing process. ...Finally, we highlight recent advances in using nanoparticles as platforms to increase the effect of pharmaceutical formulations aimed at wound healing. ...
Recently, wound dressings loaded with antimicrobial agents have emerged as viable options to reduce wound bacterial colonizati …
A review of herbal medicines in wound healing.
Maver T, et al. Int J Dermatol 2015 - Review. PMID 25808157
Preparations from traditional medicinal plants are often used for wound healing purposes covering a broad area of different skin-related diseases. Herbal medicines in wound management involve disinfection, debridement, and provision of a suitable environment for aiding the natural course of healing. ...
Preparations from traditional medicinal plants are often used for wound healing purposes covering a broad area of different sk …
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