Biological therapies

Biologic wound healing therapies are those that are intended to facilitate the re-establishment of the innate repair mechanisms, and may involve the application of active biological agents, such as plant-derived active biomolecules which exhibit antioxidant, antimicrobial, or anti-inflammatory attributes. Biologic dressings prevent evaporative water loss, heat loss, protein and electrolyte loss, and contamination. They additionally allow autolytic debridement and develop a granular wound bed. Biological skin equivalents, cuticular growth factors, stem cell therapies, and tissue engineering may also be utilised

 

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