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How Stem Cells Benefit Wound Healing

POSTED ON April 20, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

Stem cells offer benefits to wound healing.

Stem cells offer benefits to wound healing.

Able to meld into different varieties of cell types, stem cells are currently offering the medical world a ton of help in the treatment and prevention of certain diseases and conditions. While people may often hear about this type of therapy for things such as blood cancers and autoimmune illnesses, stem cells can also play a part in wound healing.

How to Prevent Burn Injury Infection

POSTED ON April 19, 2017  - POSTED IN Burn wounds

Blinding the bacteria in burn wounds has proven effective.

Binding the bacteria in burn wounds has proven to be an effective way to avoid infection.

In 2011 alone, 486,000 patients received medical attention for burn injuries, according to figures published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These wounds are particularly susceptible to infection, which requires medical professionals to be frequently updated on the healing process.

Tips for minimizing scarring

POSTED ON April 5, 2017  - POSTED IN wound care

While some scarring is often inevitable, proper wound care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of - and occasionally eliminate - these blemishes.

Proper wound care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of scars.

Wounds, whether they stem from injuries or operations, all have the potential to leave scars on the skin. Even the tiniest accidental scrape can leave a lifelong mark.

While some scarring is often inevitable, proper care during and after the wound healing process can minimize the appearance of – and occasionally eliminate – these blemishes.

Wound healing in seniors

POSTED ON April 3, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process.

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process, compared to younger demographics.

The elderly face unique challenges when going through the wound healing process, as they typically have more existing skin and health issues than younger demographics. If you are a senior going through recovery, a family caretaker in charge of dressing wounds for a loved one or a professional geriatric care provider, read on to learn three important facts about healing lacerations in older patients.

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