Human or animal tissue used as temporary wound coverings.
The part of the foot between the tarsa and the TOES.
Material used for wrapping or binding any part of the body.
Reconstitution of eroded or injured EPITHELIUM by proliferation and migration of EPITHELIAL CELLS from below or adjacent to the damaged site.
Restoration of integrity to traumatized tissue.
Dressings comprised of a self-adhesive matrix to which hydrophilic absorbent particles are embedded. The particles consist of CELLULOSE derivatives; calcium ALGINATES; PECTINS; or GELS. The utility is based on providing a moist environment for WOUND HEALING.
Facilities for the preparation and dispensing of drugs.
Total pharmaceutical services provided to the public through community pharmacies.
Those persons legally qualified by education and training to engage in the practice of pharmacy.
The practice of compounding and dispensing medicinal preparations.
Formal instruction, learning, or training in the preparation, dispensing, and proper utilization of drugs in the field of medicine.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of pharmacy.

Cultured corneal epithelia for ocular surface disease. (1/65)

PURPOSE: To evaluate the potential efficacy for autologous and allogeneic expanded corneal epithelial cell transplants derived from harvested limbal corneal epithelial stem cells cultured in vitro for the management of ocular surface disease. METHODS: Human Subjects. Of the 19 human subjects included, 18 (20 procedures) underwent in vitro cultured corneal epithelial cell transplants using various carriers for the epithelial cells to determine the most efficacious approach. Sixteen patients (18 procedures on 17 eyes) received autologous transplants, and 2 patients (1 procedure each) received allogeneic sibling grafts. The presumed corneal epithelial stem cells from 1 patient did not grow in vitro. The carriers for the expanded corneal epithelial cells included corneal stroma, type 1 collagen (Vitrogen), soft contact lenses, collagen shields, and amniotic membrane for the autologous grafts and only amniotic membrane for the allogeneic sibling grafts. Histologic confirmation was reviewed on selected donor grafts. Amniotic membrane as carrier. Further studies were made to determine whether amniotic membrane might be the best carrier for the expanding corneal epithelial cells. Seventeen different combinations of tryspinization, sonication, scraping, and washing were studied to find the simplest, most effective method for removing the amniotic epithelium while still preserving the histologic appearance of the basement membrane of the amnion. Presumed corneal epithelial stem cells were harvested and expanded in vitro and applied to the amniotic membrane to create a composite graft. Thus, the composite graft consisted of the amniotic membrane from which the original epithelium had been removed without significant histologic damage to the basement membrane, and the expanded corneal epithelial stem cells, which had been applied to and had successfully adhered to the denuded amniotic membrane. Animal model. Twelve rabbits had the ocular surface of 1 eye damaged in a standard manner with direct removal of the presumed limbal stem cells, corneal epithelium, and related epithelium, followed by the application of n-heptanol for 60 seconds. After 6 weeks, all damaged eyes were epithelialized and vascularized. Two such treated eyes were harvested without further treatment, to be used for histologic study as damaged controls. The remaining 10 rabbits received composite grafts (consisting of amniotic membrane with expanded allogeneic rabbit corneal epithelial cell transplants) applied to the ocular surface in a standard manner followed by the application of a contact lens. At 16 days following transplantation, 5 of the rabbits were sacrificed and the corneal rims were removed for histologic study. At 28 days, the remaining rabbits were sacrificed and the previously damaged eyes were harvested for histologic and immunohistochemical study. RESULTS: Human subjects. Of the 19 total patients admitted to the study, the presumed corneal epithelial stem cells of 1 patient did not grow in vitro. Of the remaining 18 patients (20 procedures, 19 eyes), 3 patients had unsuccessful results (3 autologous procedures), 1 patient had a partially successful procedure (allogeneic procedure), and 1 patient had a procedure with an undetermined result at present (allogeneic procedure). One unsuccessful patient had entropion/trichiasis and mechanically removed the graft and eventually went into phthisis. The other 2 unsuccessful patients suffered presumed loss of autologous donor epithelium and recurrence of the ocular surface disease (pterygium). The partially successful patient receiving an allogeneic transplant had infectious keratitis delay of his re-epithelialization; he has only minimal visual improvement but has re-epithelialized. The patient receiving the second allogeneic graft lost his donor epithelium at day 4. Additional donor epithelium was reapplied, but the result is undetermined at present. Amniotic membrane as carrier. The in vitro preparation of the amniotic membrane with corneal epithelial stem cell graft overlay was successful. Histology documented removal of the amniotic epithelium and reapplication of corneal epithelial cells. Animal model. The 2 rabbits that had no reparative surgery following standard ocular surface injury had histology and immunopathology consistent with incomplete corneal epithelial stem cell failure with vascularization and scarring of the ocular surface. Light microscopy and immunohistologic staining with AE5 confirmed the conjunctival phenotype of the ocular surface repair but also documented the incomplete model. The allogeneic stern cell transplants had varying results. One rabbit had a suppurative infection and lost the graft. Reparative surgery failed in 2 of the rabbits, failed partially in 3 of the rabbits, was partially successful in 3 others, and was successful in 1 rabbit at 28 days. Histologic and immunopathologic study documented successful growth of corneal epithelium onto the recipient surface. CONCLUSIONS: 1. Presumed corneal epithelial stem cells can be harvested safely from the limbus and expanded successfully in vitro. 2. Expanded corneal epithelial cell cultures can be grown onto various carriers, but currently denuded amniotic membrane seems to be the best carrier for ocular surface repair. 3. Expanded corneal epithelial cell transplants appear to resurface damaged ocular surfaces successfully, but cellular tracking and further confirmation are required. 4. Expanded allogeneic corneal epithelial cell transplants are technically possible and may represent alternative treatment modalities for selected ocular surface problems. 5. These techniques potentially offer a new method of restoring a normal ocular surface while minimizing the threat of damage or depletion to the contralateral or sibling limbal corneal epithelial stem cells. 6. The rabbit model was probably incomplete and should be interpreted with caution. The complete eradication of all corneal epithelial stem cells from any eye is difficult, making confirmation of such work challenging. 7. The results of the rabbit model suggest that allogeneic grafts may restore a nearly normal ocular epithelial surface to certain ocular surface injuries.  (+info)

Modulation of acute inflammation and keratocyte death by suturing, blood, and amniotic membrane in PRK. (2/65)

PURPOSE: To investigate the role of acute inflammation in keratocyte death, which may influence corneal haze after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK). METHODS: Transepithelial PRK was performed on both eyes of 30 rabbits. Twenty-six rabbits were divided into 4 groups receiving autologous blood, suturing alone, suturing with amniotic membrane graft, or no treatment as the control. Twenty-four hours later, the ablated zone was analyzed for keratocyte death by TdT-dUTP terminal nick-end label (TUNEL) staining and transmission electron microscopy, for polymorphonuclear cell (PMN) infiltration by hematoxylin-eosin staining, and for oxygen radical-induced lipid peroxidation by malondialdehyde immunohistochemistry. The remaining four rabbits were subjected to PRK or mechanical scraping and analyzed immediately or after culturing for 24 hours. RESULTS: Compared with the control group where TUNEL-positive keratocytes were found only in the superficial ablated stroma, blood application or suturing caused more and deeper keratocyte death and PMN infiltration (P: < 0.05). The amniotic membrane graft group had less keratocyte death and PMN than the control or the suture group (P: < 0.05 and P: < 0.01, respectively). There was a strong correlation between keratocyte death and PMN infiltration (P: < 0.01, correlation factor = 0.786). Transmission electron microscopy revealed that the majority of keratocyte death was due to necrosis. Amniotic membrane stroma trapped and prevented PMN infiltration into the stroma. Malondialdehyde-modified antigen was found on the ablated surface and around infiltrated PMN. CONCLUSIONS: Transepithelial PRK causes oxygen radical-mediated lipid peroxidation on the superficial stroma and may contribute to superficial keratocyte death even in the absence of inflammation. Mechanical scraping leads to apoptosis without the participation of inflammation. Keratocyte death by necrosis spreads to the deeper part of the stroma and correlates with additional acute inflammation. Amniotic membrane precludes PMN infiltration and decreases lipid peroxidation and keratocyte death. Future studies are needed to discern whether prevention of inflammation-mediated keratocyte necrosis can reduce unwanted scarring caused by PRK.  (+info)

Bacterial contamination of amniotic membrane. (3/65)

AIM: In the light of interest being shown in amniotic membrane grafts for use in ocular surgery, this study aims to identify the bacterial contaminants commonly found on placental membranes from both caesarean and vaginal deliveries. METHODS: Samples of placental membrane were taken following both elective caesarean and normal vaginal deliveries. Bacterial contaminants were identified. RESULTS: All samples were contaminated. A greater number of different species were recovered from the vaginal deliveries, including several which were actually or potentially pathogenic. CONCLUSION: There is a greater risk of contamination from pathogenic bacteria on placentas from vaginal deliveries. It is recommended that amnion for use in ocular surface procedures should be retrieved only from placentas following elective caesarean deliveries.  (+info)

Effects of amniotic membrane on epithelial wound healing and stromal remodelling after excimer laser keratectomy in rabbit cornea. (4/65)

AIMS: To investigate if the amniotic membrane (AM) promotes epithelial migration while inhibiting stromal remodelling associated with corneal haze after excimer laser keratectomy. METHODS: A wound 150 microm in depth and 6.0 mm in diameter was produced in 40 rabbits using an excimer laser. One eye was randomly chosen to be covered by the AM while the other eye served as a control. Epithelial wound healing was evaluated, together with any morphological changes of the anterior stroma connected with corneal haze. These morphological changes were histopathologically analysed using dichlortriazinyl aminofluorescein (DTAF), Masson trichrome staining, and an image analyser. RESULTS: The AM group had a short latent phase followed by fast epithelial healing (p<0.001) during the early wound healing period and a significant decrease in the inflammatory response, together with a smaller change in the number of keratocytes than the control group. The mean thickness of the regenerated stroma was significantly thinner in the AM group than in the control group at 8 weeks (p<0.0001). The AM group had a more regular architecture of regenerated stromal lamella at 8 weeks and significantly less haze after 4 weeks than the control group (p<0.05). CONCLUSION: Use of the AM as a dressing on a corneal wound created by excimer laser surgery, in which severe haze is expected, may induce rapid epithelial healing with less inflammatory response. The AM may inhibit the irregular synthesis of stromal collagen that is associated with corneal haze.  (+info)

Suppression of interleukin 1alpha and interleukin 1beta in human limbal epithelial cells cultured on the amniotic membrane stromal matrix. (5/65)

AIMS: Amniotic membrane (AM) transplantation reduces inflammation in a variety of ocular surface disorders. The aim of this study was to determine if AM stroma suppresses the expression of the IL-1 gene family in cultured human corneal limbal epithelial cells. METHODS: Human corneal limbal epithelial cells were cultured from limbocorneal explants of donor eyes on plastic or on the AM stroma. Transcript expression of IL-1alpha, IL-1beta, IL-1 receptor antagonist (RA), and GAPDH was compared with or without addition of lipopolysaccharide to their serum-free media for 24 hours using RNAse protection assay (RPA). Their protein production in the supernatant was analysed by ELISA. RESULTS: Expression of IL-1alpha and IL-1beta transcripts and proteins was significantly reduced by cells cultured on the AM stromal matrix compared with plastic cultures whether lipopolysaccharide was added or not. Moreover, expression of IL-1 RA by cells cultured in the lipopolysaccharide-free medium was upregulated by AM stromal matrix. The ratio between IL-1 RA and IL-1alpha protein levels in AM cultures was higher than in plastic cultures. CONCLUSIONS: AM stromal matrix markedly suppresses lipopolysaccharide induced upregulation of both IL-1alpha and IL-1beta. These data may explain in part the effect of AM transplantation in reducing ocular surface inflammation, underscoring the unique feature of the AM as a substrate for tissue engineering.  (+info)

Amniotic membrane transplantation for reconstruction after excision of large ocular surface neoplasias. (6/65)

AIM: To evaluate the clinical outcome of patients in whom ocular surface reconstruction was performed using amniotic membrane transplantation (AMT) after the excision of large (>20 mm square) ocular surface neoplasias (OSN). METHODS: A non-comparative interventional case series. In 16 eyes of 16 patients, excision of large OSN including conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN), primary acquired melanosis, and malignant melanoma was followed by adjunctive cryotherapy and suturing of a single layer of amniotic membrane (AM) with the basement membrane side facing up to the healthy bordering tissue. Epithelial healing, complications, and tumour recurrences were analysed. RESULTS: During a mean follow up of 23.7 (SD 11, range 11-43) months, ocular surface healing was rapid and complete in all cases. One complication of pyogenic granuloma was noted. Tumour recurrence occurred in one out of 10 CIN cases (10%), no recurrences were observed in the patients with melanotic lesions. CONCLUSIONS: AMT in lieu of conjunctival or mucosal autograft is an effective substrate for reconstructing the ocular surface following excision of large OSN. AMT is effective in managing large OSN by avoiding the complications that may be associated with conventional removal, specifically in cases where the limbal architecture is destroyed by surgical resection or adjuvant therapies.  (+info)

Preparation of amniotic membrane for ocular surface reconstruction. (7/65)

We describe the preparation and preservation of human amniotic membrane required for transplantation in the management of ocular surface diseases. Informed consent is obtained and the donor is screened to exclude risk of transmissible infections such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and Treponema pallidum infections. Ideally, the media and washing solutions needed for the preparation of amniotic membrane are prepared only a week to 10 days prior to use and not stored in the freezer weeks ahead. The AM obtained under sterile conditions after elective caesarian section is washed free of blood clots and chorion. With the epithelial surface up, amniotic membrane is spread uniformly without folds or tears on individually sterilized 0.22 micron nitrocellulose membranes of the required sizes. The prepared filter membrane with the adherent amniotic membrane is placed in the preservative medium and stored at -80 degrees C. The membranes are released when the repeat serology for HIV after the window period has excluded virus infection in the donor. Depending on consumption they may be used up to 6 months after preparation, though many have recommended storage for an indefinite period. Since the amniotic membrane has only incomplete expression of HLA antigens and amniotic epithelial cells do not express them, it is not rejected after transplantation. The presence of several cytokines in the amniotic membrane promotes epithelialization with reduction of fibrosis during healing.  (+info)

Preparation of collagen-based materials for wound dressing. (8/65)

OBJECTIVE: To describe the methods which were used to develop collagen-based materials for wound dressing. METHODS: Fresh frozen bovine tendon was treated with 0.05 mol/L acetic acid at pH 3.2 for 48-72 hours, homogenized, filtered, mixed with 8% chondroitin sulphate, for creating a deaerated 1.5%-2.5% collagen solution. The solution was lyophilized in either a pre-frozen or non-pre-frozen mould. The collagen sponge was then cross-linked with 0.25% glutaraldehyde for 24 hours. Three other types of wound dressings were developed using a similar method: collagen membrane with a polyurethane membrane onlay, polyurethane-coated collagen membrane and collagen membrane on gauze. RESULTS: It was demonstrated that the use of frozen bovine tendon was stable, and that the prepared collagen sponge contained pores of 50-400 microm in diameter. CONCLUSIONS: Collagen could be used as wound dressing.  (+info)

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Intra-individual difference in time to wound closure between wound halves, either treated with Oleogel-S10 and non-adhesive wound dressing or treated with non-adhesive wound dressing only. Independent experts were blind to treatment and assessed efficacy based on chronological series of cropped and coded photographs by wound half that were taken before start of treatment, during wound dressing changes and at the end of treatment. Difference in time to wound closure was calculated for every individual participant as [time taken for wound half treated with Oleogel-S10 to close] - [time taken for wound half treated with non-adhesive wound dressing to close], i.e., results below 0 indicate earlier wound closure of Oleogel-S10 treatment. The overall mean difference in time to wound closure was calculated based on all mean differences in time to wound closure of individual participants. Hence, primary outcome data derived from mean difference in time to wound closure by participant ...
Group of inventors from Romania and Turkey have presented at the Innova Brussels Invention Fair 2013 their invention: „ Antimicrobial collagen wound dressing.. Short description. The invention relates to a natural biomaterial consisting of a polymer - type 1 fibrilar collagen, a tribomechanically activated zeolite (clinoptiolite) and an Origanum syracium L. var bevanli or Thymbra spicata L. essential oil and to a process for preparing the same. All the natural components are cross-linked and than lyophilized to obtain a 3Dspongious wound dressing. The obtained natural dressing is used for treating bactthe skin infections produced by Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria.. Novelty. The novelty of this invention is obtaining natural biomaterials with intelligent properties for controlled release of antibacterial essential oils and controlled antimicrobial activity with applications in medicine, surgery and cosmetic. All the three natural components act for healing the ...
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Biologic dressings and negative pressure wound therapy are two of the newer types of wound care products in the infant stages of development, whereas more mature products include anti-infectives and pressure relief devices, notes a new report by healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information.. Besides the always-improving synthetic dressing materials, newer technologies in wound treatment include the xenogeneic tissue scaffold, bilayered human dermal substitutes, recombinant growth factors, endoscopic subfascial ligation of venous perforators and endovascular arterial repair techniques, says Mary Ann Crandall, analyst of the report, titled Advanced Wound Care Markets Worldwide. New wound care products and devices are entering the market with lightening speed.. Long-term expansion of wound care offerings is being driven by an aging population, longer life expectancies and an increasing number of sicker patients/residents across all care settings, according to Kalorama, which says ...
The global wound biologics market size is expected to reach USD 6.43 billion by 2026, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4% over the forecast period. The rising geriatric population, introduction of technologically advanced products, and increasing cases of burns are the key driving factors for this market.. The wound biologic therapy helps in restoring innate repair mechanisms of the patients. It also involves application of active biological agents such as plant-derived biomolecules. These biological agents has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory attributes, and antioxidant properties that helps in rapid healing of wounds. In addition, the biologic dressing restricts water, electrolyte, protein, and heat loss and allows minimal risk of contamination. It also enables autolytic debridement and develop a granular wound bed, thereby promoting rapid wound healing.. The wound biologics treatment is very much effective in healing chronic and acute ...
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Collagen shields are biologically inert, structurally stable and biocompatible polymeric substances that may be well used as drug delivery system. They have been found to act as drug reservoir, which can deliver both hydrophilic as well as hydrophobic drugs, increase the contact time between drug and cornea as they can reversibly bind drug molecules and release them in delayed mode. Moreover, the cost of production of corneal shields is low. Collagen shields are generally manufactured from porcine or bovine collagen and three different collagen shields are currently available with dissolution times of 12, 24, and 72 hours. Presoaking the collagen shield in a pharmacological agent represents the most efficacious method of utilizing collagen shields for drug delivery. They have been observed to enhance drug delivery, promote epithelial and stromal healing, neutralize collagenases, and reduce corneal inflammation in different ophthalmic pathologies like microbial keratitis, conjunctivitis and ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Characterization of chitosan-gelatin scaffolds for dermal tissue engineering. AU - Tseng, Hsiang Jung. AU - Tsou, Tai Li. AU - Wang, Hsian Jenn. AU - Hsu, Shan hui. PY - 2013/1. Y1 - 2013/1. N2 - Porous scaffolds for dermal tissue engineering were fabricated by freeze-drying a mixture of chitosan and gelatin (CG) solutions. Different crosslinking agents including glutaraldehyde, 1-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)-3-ethyl-carbodimide hydrochloride (EDC), and genipin were used to crosslink the scaffolds and improve their biostability. The porous structure and mechanical properties were determined for the scaffolds. The proliferation of human fibroblasts in the scaffolds was analyzed. It was found that EDC crosslinked scaffolds had the greatest amount of cells after four days. EDC crosslinked CG scaffolds had tensile modulus in a dry state and compressive modulus in a wet state similar to commercial collagen wound dressing. They also showed appropriate pore size, high water absorption, and ...
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Chapter 1. Executive Summary 1.1. Market Snapshot 1.2. Global & Segmental Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2018-2026 (USD Billion) 1.2.1. Wound Dressings Market, by Region, 2018-2026 (USD Billion) 1.2.2. Wound Dressings Market, by Application, 2018-2026 (USD Billion) 1.2.3. Wound Dressings Market, by End User, 2018-2026 (USD Billion) 1.2.4. Wound Dressings Market, by Product type, 2018-2026 (USD Billion) 1.3. Key Trends 1.4. Estimation Methodology 1.5. Research Assumption Chapter 2. Global Wound Dressings Market Definition and Scope 2.1. Objective of the Study 2.2. Market Definition & Scope 2.2.1. Scope of the Study 2.2.2. Industry Evolution 2.3. Years Considered for the Study 2.4. Currency Conversion Rates Chapter 3. Global Wound Dressings Market Dynamics 3.1. Wound Dressings Market Impact Analysis (2018-2026) 3.1.1. Market Drivers 3.1.2. Market Challenges 3.1.3. Market Opportunities Chapter 4. Global Wound Dressings Market Industry Analysis 4.1. Porters 5 Force Model 4.1.1. Bargaining Power of ...
Superficial partial-thickness burns can be managed in the outpatient setting; the blisters act as biological dressings, and if broken, they might get infected. It is thus recommended to protect the blister from any rubbing or pressure with a sterile nonstick gauze lightly wrapped over it. Full-thickness burns should be evaluated by a specialist while superficial burns can be managed by a primary care clinician.4 Partial thickness burn management involves using a well-absorbed topical antibiotic such as silver sulfadiazine to prevent infections in addition to active mobilization.. The second step in the assessment is to do a full neurovascular examination by checking the radial and ulnar pulses, sensation in the distribution of the radial, median, and ulnar nerves, and a full motor examination by evaluating deeper structures such as the flexor and extensor tendons. Range of motion and mobility are evaluated simultaneously. Indications for referral or urgent treatment in the emergency department ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Skin grafting facilitates the maintenance of head recording chambers for neurophysiological recording. AU - Ahn, Joong Ho. AU - Dai, Chenkai. AU - Della Santina, Charles Coleman. PY - 2013/5/15. Y1 - 2013/5/15. N2 - Maintaining a clean, quiescent tissue surface that is free of granulation and infection in the floor of a head-mounted chamber used for intracranial single-unit recording studies typically requires frequent cleaning. Considering the favourable outcomes of ontological surgical techniques that have long been used to create a dry, skin-lined mastoid cavity in patients with chronic otitis media, skin should be an ideal biological dressing to cover otherwise exposed dura mater in recording chambers. In chambers that required frequent cleaning, we harvested a thin layer of skin without hair follicles from the medial surface of the upper arms of two Rhesus monkeys and grafted the skin on the exposed dura surface. Each case resulted in a clean, dry, insensate, self-healing, ...
1. John, T. Human amniotic membrane transplantation: past, present, and future. Ophthalmol Clin North Am. 2003;16(1):43-65. 2. Davis JW. Skin transplantation with a review of 550 cases at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Johns Hopkins Med J. 1910;15:307-396. 3. Sabella N. Use of fetal membranes in skin grafting. Med Records NY. 1913;83:478-480. 4. Stern M. The grafting of preserved amniotic membrane to burned and ulcerated surfaces, substituting skin grafts. JAMA. 1913;60(13):973-974. 5. De Roth A. Plastic repair of conjunctival defects with fetal membranes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1940;23(3):522-525. 6. Internal records, Surgical Biologics, Inc, Kennesaw, GA. Accessed August 23, 2012. 7. Cornwell KG, Landsman A, James KS. Extracellular matrix biomaterials for soft tissue repair. Clin Podiatr Med Surg. 2009;26(4):507-523. 8. Bose B. Burn wound dressing with human amniotic membrane. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 1979;61(6):444-447. 9. Quinby WC, Hoover HC, Scheflan M, et al. Clinical trials of amniotic membranes in ...
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TY - GEN. T1 - Prediction of stem cell differentiation in human amniotic membrane images using machine learning. AU - Obritzberger, Lisa. AU - Borgmann, Daniela. AU - Schaller, Susanne. AU - Dorfer, Viktoria. AU - Lindenmair, Andrea. AU - Wolbank, Susanne. AU - Hennerbichler, Simone. AU - Redl, Heinz. AU - Winkler, Stephan. PY - 2015. Y1 - 2015. N2 - It has been shown that it is possible to differentiate viable amniotic membrane towards osteogenic lineage, i.e. bony tissue. This process of mineralization may take several weeks and can show different manifestations per sample. The tissue can only be used, when the mineralization process is advanced in a certain degree. Therefore, a forecast of the development of mineralization would be helpful to save time and resources. This paper shows how a prediction on the development of mineralization can be made by using several image processing techniques, machine learning methods, and hybrid ensembles of machine learning algorithms.. AB - It has been ...
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Amniotic membrane, or amnion, is the innermost layer of the placenta and consists of a thick basement membrane and an avascular stromal matrix. Amniotic membrane transplantation has been used as a graft or as a dressing in different surgical subspecialties. In the field of ophthalmology, it is used broadly 1) to reconstruct the ocular surface after various procedures; 2) as a graft for ocular surface melts; and 3) as a bandage to promote healing in cases of persistent epithelial defects or ocular surface inflammation. All of these indications make use of amniotic membranes ability to promote healing.[1]
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The invention relates to a wound dressing with at least one layer of microbially produced cellulose (biocellulose layer), the wound dressing being equipped in such a way that bacteria are adsorbed. The invention also relates to a method for producing such a wound dressing.
Split-thickness skin grafting remains a fundamental treatment for patients with deep burns and other traumatic injuries. Unfortunately, the donor site wound that remains after split skin graft (SSG) harvesting may also cause problems for the patient; they can lead to discomfort and scars with a poor cosmetic outcome. Regrafting of the donor site is one of the methods described to improve donor site healing and scarring. In this report, we describe a case of a 26-year-old woman with a self-inflicted chemical burn (0.5% TBSA) who underwent split skin grafting. During surgery, only part of the donor site was regrafted with split skin graft remnants. This part healed faster and had a better scar quality at 3 months postsurgery. Nevertheless, the appearance and patients opinion on the regrafted part deteriorated after 12 months. With this case report, we aim to create awareness of the long-term consequences of regrafting, which may differ from short-time results. Patients expected to have poor ...
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An improved medical dressing, including a dressing layer having a first face and a second face, the first face having an adhesive coating on at least a portion thereof; a release layer covering the dressing layer in releasable contact with the adhesive face of the dressing layer; a support layer covering the dressing layer in releasable contact with the second face of the dressing layer, the dressing layer having smaller surface dimension than the release layer and the support letter, the support layer having on at least one side thereof a U-shaped perforation therethrough, the perforation extending from an area adjacent an edge of the support layer and overlapping the smaller surface dimension of the dressing layer; and a delivery means for applying the dressing layer to a wound site, the delivery means pivotally mounted on a portion of the support layer adjacent the base of the U-shaped perforation.
Human amniotic membrane is a unique collagenous tissue derived from the innermost submucosa of the placenta, the area in which the human fetus grows and develops within the mothers uterus. Human amniotic membrane is composed of a single epithelium layer, a thick basement membrane, and an avascular stromal matrix.. ...
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Figure 4. CD147 staining of amniotic membrane stromal infiltrating cells in patients with chemical burns. In the severe burns group, there were many CD147-positive cells in the amniotic membrane (A). In the moderate burns group, CD147-positive cells were only observed in the bottom of the amniotic membrane (B). In the control HSK group, the cells of the amniotic membrane were CD147-negative (C). In the amniotic membrane before transplantation, the epithelium cells of the amniotic membrane were CD147-positive (D). Scale bar: 20 μm ...
In addition to the placenta, umbilical cord and amniotic fluid, the amniotic membrane is emerging as an immensely valuable and easily accessible source of stem and progenitor cells. This concise review will focus on the stem/progenitor cell properties of human amniotic epithelial and mesenchymal stromal cells and evaluate the effects exerted by these cells and the amniotic membrane on tissue inflammation and fibrosis.
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Compositions having a combination of specific biological components have been found to exert a number of useful effects in mammalian cells, including modulating TGF β signaling, apoptosis, and proliferation of mammalian cells, as well as decreasing inflammation in mice. These components can be obtained commercially, or can be prepared from biological tissues such as placental tissues. Placental amniotic membrane (AM) preparations described herein include AM pieces, AM extracts, AM jelly, AM stroma, and mixtures of these compositions with additional components. The compositions can be used to treat various diseases, such as wound healing, inflammation and angiogenesis-related diseases.
This procedure reduces scaring, pain, and inflammation. It also improves healing.. To see if this procedure is right for you, please ask your doctor about Amniotic Membrane Allograft technology.. ...
The purpose of this study is to compare one type of dressing against the current standard dressing that is used to cover an unburned area of the skin where a piece of skin is removed to cover another part of the body that was burned.. Hypothesis: The mean healing time for wounds treated with the Silverlon Dressing will be less than the mean healing time for wounds treated with Xeroform Dressing. ...
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Refusing to limit itself to just one area of regenerative healthcare, The Electrospinning Company is also working in collaboration with the University of Sheffield to develop a simplified, affordable solution for corneal regeneration. This is required when a patient loses the cells that renew the corneal epithelium - the cells at the front of the eye that normally keep the cornea clear and scar-free. Left untreated, a scar-type tissue grows over the eye resulting in pain and eventual loss of vision. There is limited treatment available for this problem around the world due to the cost of the specialist facilities, expensive equipment and high-level of surgical skill required.. The Electrospinning Company has developed biodegradable, sterile electrospun membranes for the project, which can be used as an alternative to the human amniotic membrane. They can be stored for at least a year and are ready for use instantly. The first human pilot testing is forecast to take place sometime in the next ...
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After she was arrested for "cross dressing," she was sentenced to the city's chain gang, where she was forced to wear men's ... "biological sex" was male. She identified as a woman. Conservatives used her arrest as a "man dressed in women's clothing" as ... In July 1876, Thompson was fined $50 and jailed for "cross-dressing." She was forced to undergo numerous physician's ...
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In Cairo, cross-dressing men called "khawal" would entertain audiences with song and dance (potentially of pre-Islamic origin ... Called "ashtime", these (biological) males dressed like women, performed female tasks, cared for their own houses, and ... "Gambia outlaws cross-dressing". news.com.au. Retrieved 21 March 2021. "Ghana (Law)". ilga.org. ILGA. Archived from the original ... In pre-colonial East Africa there have been examples of male priests in traditional religions dressing as women. British social ...
... are scissors specially manufactured as surgical instruments, typically used for cutting sutures, dressings, ... and cutting and dissecting biological tissue. Surgical scissors are usually made of surgical steel. Some have tungsten carbide ...
An alternative approach is to use AgNP to sterilise biological dressings (for example, tilapia fish skin) for burn and wound ... The commonly used biological methods are using plant or fruit extracts, fungi, and even animal parts like insect wing extract. ... The biological synthesis of nanoparticles has provided a means for improved techniques compared to the traditional methods that ... The drug is now active and can exert its biological function on the cells immediate to its surroundings limiting non-desirable ...
Yakushimaru is Hokuto's biological mother and Mikuro's adoptive mother. Mrs. Yakushimaru was the woman who carried Mikuro to ... She is VERY protective of Mikuro, and gave Tamura a full dressing down at least once over his involvement with her son. Later, ... term as his surrogate mother, and finally adopted him at the age of 5 when his biological mother disowned him, believing the ...
The following day, she learns that Mudō is the quintuplets' biological father and gets angry at him for leaving her mother ... Later, Maruo, Futaro's father Isanari, and Miku dressing as Itsuki meet with Mudō. Itsuki then tells Mudō that he is not ...
These include cross-dressing, being associated with sexual arousal, in a biological male, and the person has to a heterosexual ... Ellis also conceived the term eonism, which references a man dressing as a woman. He elaborated on this term in his publication ...
... parents begin to influence gender identity by dressing children in ways that clearly display this biological category. ... Therefore, biological sex becomes associated with a gender through naming, dress, and the use of other gender markers. Gender ... This means that some of these theories assume a clear biological division between women and men when considering the social ... Gender is used as a means of describing the distinction between the biological sex and socialized aspects of femininity and ...
Schedule F-II: This contains regulations and standards for surgical dressing. Schedule F-III: This contains regulations and ... Schedule C: Contains various biological products and their regulation. Examples: Serums, Adrenaline Vitamins etc. Schedule D: ...
Skin as an Occlusive Biological Dressing in the Treatment of Burn Wounds: Phase III Randomized Controlled Trial" - via ... Nile tilapia skin has completed a phase III clinical trial for burn dressing, but no results have been posted as of November ... Tilapia have been used as biological controls for certain aquatic plant problems. They have a preference for a floating aquatic ... Tilapia serve as a natural, biological control for most aquatic plant problems. They consume floating aquatic plants, such as ...
In the season 2 episode "Haʻalele", it is revealed that his biological mother, Machiyo Takeshita, was murdered by the notorious ... He has a Halloween tradition of dressing up as a character from a Keanu Reeves film. ...
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In July 2021, a lawsuit was filed in court to banning transgender individuals in biological female spaces within Tasmania - due ... It was the only Australian state to criminalise cross-dressing, decriminalising it in 2001. Before 2019, Tasmania allowed for a ... and cross-dressing (which was an offence under the Police Offences Act 1935, until being repealed in 2001) to apply to the ... a proposal to establish a compensation scheme for individuals convicted of same-sex sexual acitivty or cross dressing prior to ...
When they became aware of her biological sex, reviewers included Bridget on lists of best androgynous and cross-dressing ... Further, The Escapist deemed Bridget a pioneer for being a cross-dressing heroic player character, in contrast to video games' ... IGN first described Bridget as a "kooky cross-dressing yoyo-wielding nun character", while GamesRadar called her "a saucy ... Ashcraft, Brian (25 July 2012). "Everybody Loves Dressing as Bridget. Everybody". Kotaku. Retrieved 23 July 2013. Jensen, K. ...
"Electrospun nanofibers as dressings for chronic wound care" (PDF). Materials Views. Macromolecular Bioscience. Hasan, Anwarul; ... Due to the limited understanding of physicochemical nature of ion oxide nanoparticles in biological systems, more research is ... Electrospinning is a polymerization method used biologically in tissue engineering but can also be used for wound dressing and ... Nanochemistry is used in chemical, materials and physical science as well as engineering, biological, and medical applications ...
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In 2003, the institute came up with a biological dressing for burn patients that helps in healing second and third degree burns ... The institute houses departments such as Chemical and Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Engineering Sciences and ...
Moving away from using mulched top dressing, preferred by this pest, may also reduce the chance of infestation. For winged ... It is a relatively complicated pest to manage because it primarily resides below the soil line, limiting biological control ... The only potential soil-dwelling biological control agent is Stratiolaelaps scimitus syn. Hypoaspis miles. It is a generalist ... Additionally, preventative measures through cultural and physical controls in conjunction with carefully selected biological ...
It is found naturally in soil and is effective as a seed dressing in the control of seed and soil-borne diseases including ... The fungicidal activity makes T. viride useful as a biological control against plant pathogenic fungi. It has been shown to ...
It is constructed of flint with limestone dressings. The low, unbuttressed twelfth-century tower is at the west end and is ... Biological, Radiation and Nuclear Centre, as well as a training centre for the National Ambulance Resilience Unit. The Church ...
... cognitive and biological factors...is shaped at an early age...[and evidence suggests] biological, including genetic or inborn ... In girls, gender nonconformity comprises dressing like and playing with boys, showing interest in competitive sports and rough ... Other researchers support biological causes for both men and women's sexual orientation. A 2008 study of all adult twins in ... Biological theories for explaining the causes of sexual orientation are favored by scientists. These factors, which may be ...
Additionally, the integration of biological management methods can be effective. Developing biological control agents and ... applying natural antagonist microbes of F. culmorum onto the host plant or crop residues by seed dressing or spray decreases ... The inoculum can be controlled by applying cultural practices, fungicide, resistant cultivars and biological control agents. ...
Reimer grew up as a girl, dressing in girl clothes and surrounded by girl toys, but did not feel like a girl. After he tried to ... Conflation of biological sex and gender has been shown to engender unscientific essentialist beliefs about the nature of human ... Some people do not identify with some, or all, of the aspects of gender assigned to their biological sex; some of those people ... Biological factors that influence gender identity include pre- and post-natal hormone levels. While genetic makeup also ...
Baldwin, CL; Runkle, RS (Oct 13, 1967). "Biohazards symbol: development of a biological hazards warning signal" (PDF). Science ... including infected dressings and used hypodermic needles (see sharps waste). The biohazard symbol was developed by the Dow ... ISO 21482 high-level sealed-source ionizing radiation symbol The biohazard symbol is used in the labeling of biological ... the symbol was presented as the new standard for all biological hazards ("biohazards"). The article explained that over 40 ...
This led to Logan recognising that nurses need to take cognisance of the patient's biological, psychological, sociocultural and ... maintaining a safe environment communication breathing eating and drinking elimination washing and dressing temperature control ... and playing expressing sexuality sleeping death and dying The factors that influence activities of living are biological, ...
Preble, Edward Alexander (1908). "Mammals". A biological investigation of the Athabaska-Mackenzie region. U.S. Government ... after dressing, allow the wearer unrestricted mobility. Red foxes living in southern Alaska's coastal areas and the Aleutian ... Short, J. (1998). "The extinction of rat-kangaroos (Marsupialia: Potoroidae) in New South Wales, Australia". Biological ...
Bree's biological father died in a boat accident in 1993. Bree tracked Brooke down and revealed they were sisters to a frosty ... Blampied and Allen shared a dressing room together to add realism to the onscreen partnership. Bree's return in 2013 saw her be ... Blampied and Beth Allen and the two shared a dressing room. Blampied herself was an only child, but found working alongside ...
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Variations of the dish include dressing with buttermilk sauce and salmon roe. The (European) Ukrainian version can include ... Biological Psychology. 63 (3): 253-268. doi:10.1016/S0301-0511(03)00075-9. PMID 12853170. S2CID 18434783. Dickerson, F.; ...
The actress and consistent style icon has a magical take on red-carpet dressing too. I "Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Looking Too Boyish ... Of the children, three were adopted internationally, while three are biological. On March 10, 2002, Jolie adopted her first ... Jolie prefers to invest in quality pieces, and in the 2020s, adopted more sustainable fashion while dressing. Jolie has ... Jolie recently set a new standard for eco-conscious red-carpet dressing with her kids at the LA premiere of The Eternals), and ...
I was sitting in my dressing room in disbelief, like, "How could she do that to me? This is awful. This is way bad." I took it ... meaning that he is in fact Summer's biological father after all. Sharon's secret was yet to be revealed. Speaking of the ... many viewers have begun to speculate that Jack could indeed be Summer's biological father. Summer's crush on Kyle reminds them ...
Youri Messen-Jaschin focused on body painting, integrally covering naked bodies with psychedelic and biological colors. Urs ... Dressing Table with Mirror, 1913; Nude in the Bucket, 1916); and Charles Filiger, who developed a medieval-inspired style- ...
Due to Terumi cross dressing to ease her state of mind, as well as taking her to a love hotel to improve her worth as a writer ... Kaoruko also notes that due to Terumi losing his biological mother at such a young age, he has developed a Oedipus complex, ... Terumi succeeds after cross-dressing as a girl and "stealing" away Konoe. After confronting Terumi at a cafe about this, Terumi ... However, this all changes when Terumi, cross-dressing as a woman, successfully "seduces" Konoe's affections away from Tsukasa, ...
This leads to William calling her out and dressing her down for her unethical actions and seeming care for no one but herself ... Zor-El (portrayed by Robert Gant in season one and two, Jason Behr in season six) is Kara's biological father who sacrificed ... Alura Zor-El (portrayed by Laura Benanti in season one and two, Erica Durance in season three and five) is Kara's biological ... Jeremiah Danvers (portrayed by Dean Cain) is a scientist, an old friend of Superman, and Alex's biological father and Kara's ...
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ISBN 0-312-30856-6. White 1999, p. 84 Lamar, Cyriaque (October 3, 2010). "Photos of an elephant dressing up as the bantha from ... Star Wars books and media have established biological details about the bantha that go beyond the creature's appearances in the ...
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She is from the 1970s, dressing in fashionable clothing of the era and sporting a very large afro. She uses the word "sugar" ... Scott did not know that Farbissina was his biological mother until Scott's next appearance on The Jerry Springer Show. The ...
Keane, J. J. & Morrison, M.L. (1994). Northern Goshawk ecology: effects of scale and levels of biological organization. Stud. ... the main contaminant found to have reduced goshawks in Scandinavia during the 20th century were methyl mercury seed dressings ... Penteriani, V.; Faivre, B. (2001). "Effects of harvesting timber stands on goshawk nesting in two European areas". Biological ... "Preliminary results on biological aspects of the grass snake, Natrix natrix in the southern coastal area of the Caspian Sea". ...
She hates dressing up, saying that makeup "is a pain" and that she feels uncomfortable in impractical, elegant clothes; however ... and Elizabeth Masen (Edward's deceased biological parents). Bella is the step-daughter of Phil Dwyer (Renée's best friend and ...
Springer Publishing Buyukdura JS, McClintock SM, Croarkin PE (2011). "Psychomotor retardation in depression: biological ... dressing, self grooming, cooking, brushing one's teeth and exercising. Physical difficulty performing activities which normally ...
Dressing, J. David. "House of Welser" in Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, vol. 5, p. 453. Cushner, Nicolas P ... 87-88 Crosby, Alfred W., The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492. Greenwood Press 1973. Crosby, ... Alfred W. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900. 2nd edition. New York: Cambridge University ...
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Doerfler, Maria E. (2016) [2014]. "Coming Apart at the Seams: Cross-dressing, Masculinity, and the Social Body in Late ... biological and genetic distinction between homosexual, heterosexual and bisexual orientations. However, according to Gagnon, ... Antiquity". In Upson-Saia, Kristi; Daniel-Hughes, Carly; Batten, Alicia J. (eds.). Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity ...
It consists of a single arch in red brick with stone dressings, but the original design has been modified. An inscribed ... There are several components that are used to determine this, including biological status, which looks at the quantity and ... cite journal}}: Cite journal requires ,journal= (help) Peck 2009, p. 1. "Glossary (see Biological quality element; Chemical ...
... (ORAC) was a method of measuring antioxidant capacities in biological samples in vitro. ... spices and dressings relevant to nutrition". Br. J. Nutr. 93 (2): 257-66. doi:10.1079/BJN20041327. PMID 15788119. Tapsell LC, ... there is no evidence that ORAC values have any biological significance following consumption of any food. Moreover, the ... of ORAC values for common American foods in 2012 owing to absence of scientific evidence that ORAC has any biological ...
After that, two guards Igor Talkov took Igor Malakhov out of the dressing room. Talkov began to prepare for his performance, ... An hour later, when the ambulance team arrived, the doctors immediately stated biological death.[citation needed] The ... Talkov called the singer's guard Igor Malakhov to his dressing room, and a verbal conflict occurred between them. ...
Mr Badule does not learn the son is not his biological son, which would crush him. All the adults continue as they had, and the ... His wife is a beautiful woman, dressing in the best of taste. He does not understand how she has the money for her clothes, nor ...
Joey Moss, 57, Canadian dressing room attendant (Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Eskimos). Juan R. Torruella, 87, Puerto Rican ... Chris Abell, 62, British biological chemist. Richard Adjei, 37, German bobsledder, Olympic silver medallist (2010) and American ... biological imaging techniques pioneer, dies JJ Williams: Legendary Wales and British and Irish Lions wing dies James Wu, co- ...
Quariwarmi were cross-dressing shamans, tasked with performing rituals in honour of Chuqui Chinchay, a jaguar dual-gender god. ... In this new ruling, published on 8 November, the court acknowledged that people are not only defined by their biological sex, ... It is rather the result of a complex interaction of many circumstances throughout life (biological, cognitive and environmental ... According to certain sources, homosexuality and cross-dressing were tolerated "acts of worship", commonly practised in ...
Biological treatments for GD are typically undertaken in conjunction with psychotherapy; however, the WPATH Standards of Care ... counseling the patient in order to reduce guilt associated with cross-dressing. Guidelines have been established to aid ... The causes of gender incongruence are unknown but a gender identity likely reflects genetic, biological, environmental, and ... Gender identity is thought to likely reflect a complex interplay of biological, environmental, and cultural factors. The ...
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"Biological Dressings" by people in UAMS Profiles by year, and whether "Biological Dressings" was a major or minor topic of ... "Biological Dressings" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Biological Dressings" by people in Profiles over the past ten years. ... Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more general than "Biological Dressings". ...
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Ehrenreich M, Ruszczak Z. Update on tissue-engineered biological dressings. Tissue Eng. 2006 Sep. 12(9):2407-24. [QxMD MEDLINE ... Wound dressings in diabetic foot disease. Clin Infect Dis. 2004 Aug 1. 39 Suppl 2:S100-3. [QxMD MEDLINE Link]. ... These are useful for acute minor wounds, such as skin tears, or as a final dressing for chronic wounds that have nearly healed. ... Characteristics and Uses of Wound Dressing Materials. *Risk classification and follow-up based on the comprehensive foot ...
Park, Bae Keun; Kim, Moon-Moo (2010-12-15). "Applications of Chitin and Its Derivatives in Biological Medicine". International ... Hydrogel dressings can also be designed to respond to changes in the microenvironment at the wound bed. Hydrogel dressings ... Hydrogel dressings can be sorted into the categories: synthetic, natural, and hybrid. Synthetic hydrogel dressings have been ... Hydrogel dressings are available in sheet, amorphous, impregnated, or sprayable forms. Sheet-form hydrogel dressings are non- ...
Review the five major therapeutic options for managing wound healing: dressings, devices, drugs, surgical interventions, and ... biological approaches.. August 22, 2022 * Body Dysmorphia in Common Skin Diseases This study compared the prevalence of body ...
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Ehrenreich M, Ruszczak Z. Update on tissue-engineered biological dressings. Tissue Eng. 2006 Sep. 12(9):2407-24. [QxMD MEDLINE ... Wound dressings in diabetic foot disease. Clin Infect Dis. 2004 Aug 1. 39 Suppl 2:S100-3. [QxMD MEDLINE Link]. ... These are useful for acute minor wounds, such as skin tears, or as a final dressing for chronic wounds that have nearly healed. ... Characteristics and Uses of Wound Dressing Materials. *Risk classification and follow-up based on the comprehensive foot ...
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Wound Healing: Potential Therapeutic Options Review the five major therapeutic options for managing wound healing: dressings, ... devices, drugs, surgical interventions, and biological approaches.. The British Journal of Dermatology, August 22, 2022 ...
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  • That made researchers to come up with alternative approaches such as fibrin dressings and glues, zeolite powders and bandages made of chitosan, but all of those solutions have flaws that make them unsuitable for fast and effective use on the field. (robaid.com)
  • The primary step to applying this dressing is to clean the wound using a non-cytotoxic wound cleanser and a gauze recommended by your practitioner. (portea.com)
  • You should cover the dressing using an absorbent dressing such as foam or gauze. (portea.com)
  • Natural hydrogel dressings are further subdivided into either polysaccharide-based (e.g. alginates) or proteoglycan- and/or protein-based (e.g. collagen). (wikipedia.org)
  • Among wound dressings, collagen, alginate, and synthetic foam formulations will lead gains in demand value based on enhanced performance and speed in treating severe lacerations. (freedoniagroup.com)
  • Collagen dressing technology helps stimulates new tissue growth, while encouraging autolytic debridement, angiogenesis, and reepithelialization. (woundsource.com)
  • Collagen dressings bind and inactivate excessive MMPs found within the extracellular matrix (ECM). (woundsource.com)
  • Collagen dressings are primary dressings used in direct contact with the wound bed and containing live tissue. (woundsource.com)
  • Collagen dressings absorb exudate while providing an optimal moist environment to enhance healing. (woundsource.com)
  • Collagen dressings are nothing but sheets, gels and pads drawn from typically porcine or bovine collagen. (portea.com)
  • The collagen dressing is intended to be applied precisely to the wound bed that contains live tissue. (portea.com)
  • The collagen dressing for burns must be changed often depending on the drainage amount of the wound. (portea.com)
  • Collagen sheet for burns are utilized as a major dressing that often brushes against the wound bed. (portea.com)
  • Utilizing a suitable collagen advanced wound care dressing can aid in stimulating stalled wounds, thereby encouraging the organization and deposition of granulation and newly produced collagen fibres in the wound bed. (portea.com)
  • Collagen dressings offer a damp healing environment that permits your wound to restore to health. (portea.com)
  • Collagen wound dressing generally comes in various forms, including powders or sheets to take in wound exudate or even as a gel to offer moisture to the site of the wound. (portea.com)
  • Collagen dressing versus conventional dressing in chronic wounds: A retrospective study. (japtronline.com)
  • Collagen dressings, when used in conjunction with compression therapy bandaging, have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of difficult-to-heal venous leg ulcers. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • The purpose of collagen technology dressings is to inhibit protease activity while healing the wound. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • Collagen advanced wound care dressings are shown to be a catalyst in wound chronicity by promoting tissue growth, autolysis, angiogenesis, collagen deposition, and wound re-epithelialization. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • Understanding functional features such as biomolecular biological activity and modalities are critical when choosing the right collagen dressing and technology. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • Some hydrogel dressings have intrinsic antimicrobial properties. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings formed from antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) and chitosan have inherent antimicrobial activity. (wikipedia.org)
  • The antimicrobial properties of hydrogel dressings can be enhanced by addition of metal nanoparticles, antibiotics, or other antimicrobial agents. (wikipedia.org)
  • Silver and gold nanoparticles can also be incorporated into hydrogel dressings to enhance antimicrobial activity. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some hydrogel dressings have incorporated stimuli-responsive nitric oxide-releasing agents and other antimicrobial agents. (wikipedia.org)
  • Antimicrobial dressings for improving wound healing. (springer.com)
  • Antimicrobial dressing for diabetic foot ulcer colonized with MRSA. (springer.com)
  • Synthesis and characterization of antimicrobial polyvinyl pyrrolidone hydrogel as wound dressing. (syncsci.com)
  • Silver dressings most commonly refer to antimicrobial power based on how many silver ions are present in parts per million (ppm) notation. (silverlon.com)
  • Biologic wound healing therapies aim to accelerate the re-establishment of tissue repair mechanisms through the application of active biological agents that have antioxidant, antimicrobial, or anti-inflammatory attributes. (breakingnewsfinancial.com)
  • Conventional care consisted of relieving pressure, metabolic control, and local wound care with frequent wound debridement and absorbent, nonadhesive , nonocclusive dressings by a multidisciplinary team. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • With state-of-the-art treatments available including debridement, dressing selection, special shoes, and patient education, people with non-healing and chronic wounds now have a place to turn. (iredellwoundcare.com)
  • Review the five major therapeutic options for managing wound healing: dressings, devices, drugs, surgical interventions, and biological approaches. (medscape.com)
  • Surgical scissorsSurgical scissors are scissors specially manufactured as surgical instruments, typically used for cutting sutures, dressings, and cutting and dissecting biological tissue. (anablandiana.eu)
  • And mostlysuitable for sterilizing of surgical, dental and eye instruments, glasswaremedicine, culture medium and biological dressing, food and other goods. (medizam.com)
  • Guaranteed exceptional care quality by correctly administering medication, inserting and caring for catheters, dressing and changing wounds and assisting with personal hygiene. (livecareer.com)
  • Because nanocarriers need a suitable formulation to be administered to wounds, in the present paper, these previously developed nanocarriers were loaded into freeze dried dressings based on chitosan glutamate. (elsevier.com)
  • These were proposed as bioactive dressings aimed to support the application to wounds of platelet lysate, a hemoderivative rich in growth factors. (elsevier.com)
  • Although chitosan oleate nanocarriers clearly decreased the mechanical properties of dressings, these remained compatible with handling and application to wounds. (elsevier.com)
  • An in vivo study on a murine wound model showed an accelerating wound healing effect for the bioactive dressing and its suitability as support of the platelet lysate application to wounds. (elsevier.com)
  • These dressings can be used on granulating wounds with minimal to heavy exudate. (woundsource.com)
  • The dressings can be utilized on partial, full-thickness or superficial type wounds including etiologies such as diabetic ulcers, arterial ulcers, venous ulcers, pressure ulcers, trauma wounds, and more. (portea.com)
  • Molnlycke Mepilex Heel Foam Dressing is a shaped absorbent dressing designed especially for wounds on the heel. (healthproductsforyou.com)
  • November 23, 2022, Comments Off on Can Biological Research Be Conducted Successfully Online? (theglobaldispatch.com)
  • On August 8, 2022, the Olympic Peninsula YMCA banned an 80-year-old woman, a long-time member of the facility and a resident of Washington state, for her "discriminatory" attitude towards a biological male wearing a woman's swimsuit watching little girls in the women's dressing room. (ehlinelaw.com)
  • IndustryNews247.Com, August 11, 2022 ) Meticulous Research leading global market research company published a research report titled Seed Treatment Market by Type (Chemical and Biological), Formulation (Liquid Form and Dry Form), Application Technique (Coating, Dressing, Pelleting), Crop Type. (industrynews247.com)
  • International Journal of Biological Macromolecules , 181 ( Ju 2021), 978-989. (usp.br)
  • International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 48(1), 112-118. (istanbul.edu.tr)
  • In 2018, ISO 10993 introduced the BEP as an essential step in the biological evaluation of medical devices. (uk.com)
  • Hydrogel dressings can be designed to prevent bacterial infection, retain moisture, promote optimum adhesion to tissues, and satisfy the basic requirements of biocompatibility. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings can also be designed to respond to changes in the microenvironment at the wound bed. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings should promote an appropriate microenvironment for angiogenesis, recruitment of fibroblasts, and cellular proliferation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings should possess mechanical and physical properties similar to the 3D microenvironment of the extracellular matrix of human skin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel wound dressings are designed to have a mechanism for application and removal which minimizes further trauma to tissues. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings can be sorted into the categories: synthetic, natural, and hybrid. (wikipedia.org)
  • Synthetic hydrogel dressings have been produced using biomimetic extracellular matrix nanofibers such as polyvinyl alcohol (PVA). (wikipedia.org)
  • Hybrid hydrogel dressings incorporate synthetic nanoparticles and natural materials. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings exhibit chemical or physical cross-linking. (wikipedia.org)
  • Chemically cross-linked hydrogel dressings are synthesized by chain-growth polymerization, step-growth polymerization, enzymes, or irradiation polymerization. (wikipedia.org)
  • Physically cross-linked hydrogel dressings are assembled via ionic interaction, hydrogen bonding, hydrophobic interactions, or crystallization. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings mimic the cross-linked 3D network of extracellular matrix fibers in human skin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings can absorb up to 600 times their initial amount of water, including fluid-based wound exudates. (wikipedia.org)
  • The absorption of secretions causes the hydrogel dressing to swell, expanding the cross links in the polymer chains. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some hydrogel dressings have antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin and amoxicillin incorporated into their structure which are unloaded into the wound as fluid is exchanged. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hydrogel dressings can adhere directly to the wound bed under normal physiological conditions via oxidation-reduction reactions of quinones. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the present work an attempt has been made to design the antibiotic drug loaded carbopol-poly(NVP) based hydrogel wound dressings for better wound care. (syncsci.com)
  • Hypromellose succinatecrosslinked chitosan hydrogel films for potential wound dressing.Int J Biolog Macromo, 2016, l91: 85-91. (syncsci.com)
  • Olive oils and wine or apple vinegars were the salad dressings that provided the highest increase in antioxidant capacity. (cambridge.org)
  • Caesar salad dressing in small dip container tucked inside. (thecookingphotographer.com)
  • Foods like whipped cream, salad dressing, mayonnaise, and butter are all common forms of emulsions. (ufadealings.xyz)
  • I'm crushin' hard on this avocado strawberry spinach salad situation that comes dressed with a citrusy poppyseed dressing, makes for excellent spring//summer lunches, and quick and easy dinners too. (littlespicejar.com)
  • Toss all the ingredients for the salad together with desired amount of dressing. (littlespicejar.com)
  • salad ingredients can be prepared ahead of time and kept separate from the dressing until ready to serve. (littlespicejar.com)
  • The menu, set in advance, included delicious Turkey Gallimaufry, Lentil Stew (vegan), a large green salad with Herb Garlic dressings and Carson Seed crackers. (princetonumc.info)
  • A too-pungent kick or an acrid, nose-clearing intensity can throw an entire dish out of balance, whether the result is an irredeemably garlicky hummus, a salad dressing that ruins a beautiful head of farmers market lettuce, or a plate of gambas al ajillo that simply doesn't measure up to what you've had at your local tapas place. (seriouseats.com)
  • Calcium alginate (CA) wafer dressings were prepared by lyophilization of hydrogels to deliver ciprofloxacin (CIP) directly to the wound site of infected diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs). (springer.com)
  • The effects of biological agents like anthrax are treated with antibiotics. (nymag.com)
  • Tavakoli J, Tang Y. Honey/PVA hybrid wound dressings with controlled release of antibiotics: Structuralphysicomechanical and in-vitro biomedical studies. (syncsci.com)
  • We also review strategies to deliver AMPs topically-their covalent coupling, self-assembly, coupling to antibiotics, embedding into 3D scaffold or dressing, the use of nanotechnological platforms (i.e., organic or inorganic nanoparticles) and smart nanomaterials-as future promising technologies to deliver AMPs efficiently to the site of infection, and CRISPR-Cas are also discussed. (encyclopedia.pub)
  • Wound dressings in diabetic foot disease. (medscape.com)
  • Moura LI, Dias AM, Carvalho E, et al.Recent advances on the development of wound dressings for diabetic foot ulcer treatment-a review. (syncsci.com)
  • The researchers showed increased blood flow to the wound with the use of the regenerative bandage, suggesting that the biological wound repair process, which is impaired in diabetic patients, is partially restored by the regenerative bandage. (medgadget.com)
  • Hydrogels are effective biomaterials for wound dressings and tissue engineering because they exchange fluid, hydrating necrotic tissues. (wikipedia.org)
  • When the dressing is removed, it takes away the necrotic tissue. (epainassist.com)
  • Cellular and/or Tissue Based Products (CTPs), also known as skin substitutes, and biological products were primarily developed due to problems encountered with allografts (skin from another human) and xenografts (skin from another species). (woundsource.com)
  • Marine-derived biological macromolecule-based biomaterials for wound healing and skin tissue regeneration. (syncsci.com)
  • If the surrounding skin or wound tissue becomes irritated, painful, or develops a rash, remove the dressing. (silverlon.com)
  • The thermo-responsivity of the material enables safe wound dressing changes by rinsing with cool saline, thereby preventing re-injury of the healing tissue during bandage replacement. (medgadget.com)
  • Applications of these biomaterials range from dentures to suture and wound dressing material, from stents to contact lenses and from substrate material for the in vitro cultivation of cells to replacement materials for joints, bones and soft tissue. (fraunhofer.de)
  • Preparation and chemical and biological characterization of a pectin/chitosan polyelectrolyte complex scaffold for possible bone tissue engineering applications. (istanbul.edu.tr)
  • Valachová K , El Meligy MA , Šoltés L . Hyaluronic acid and chitosan-based electrospun wound dressings: Problems and solutions. (wjgnet.com)
  • The frequency of dressing changes is determined by the wound assessment, amount of exudate, physician order, and dressing manufacturer requirements. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • Silverlon dressing have been subjected to independent standard in vitro and in vivo biocompatibility tests, including cytotoxicity, sensitization, and intra-cutaneous reactivity. (silverlon.com)
  • Background and Aims: The use of natural polymers as wound dressings is attracting more interest due to their favoured properties such as biodegradability and biocompatibility. (istanbul.edu.tr)
  • The term biomaterials we use here is defined as materials in direct contact with biological systems. (fraunhofer.de)
  • citation needed] Synthetic dressings incorporating nanoparticles such as PVA and polyethylene glycol (PEG) are assembled using chemical cross-linking mechanisms. (wikipedia.org)
  • The mayor's failure to mention chemical or biological attacks was not an accident. (nymag.com)
  • Seed treatment can be done by a different process like biological, chemical, etc. (verifiedmarketresearch.com)
  • Farmers struggle to control the disease because few chemical seed treatments are available and current biological strategies are hindered by the variety of soil types. (rothamsted.ac.uk)
  • Studies are under way to find out alternatives (biological control measure) to chemical control measures. (upasitearesearch.org)
  • Studies on wood rot and branch canker stem diseases of tea have been considered and control measures through chemical/botanical/biological as integrated schedule then epidemiological aspects are underway. (upasitearesearch.org)
  • Compatible with most chemical and biological pesticides. (natpestco.com)
  • When testing to satisfy end points is needed we will always maximise the chemical testing above the biological testing. (uk.com)
  • Tactical medical supplies for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats are different than they are for trauma and routine care. (511tactical.com)
  • Physiology comprises 17% of the exam and deals with phases of healing, and the biological and chemical changes occurring in wound areas. (testprepreview.com)
  • The Crop Science segment offers chemical and biological crop protection products, improved plant traits, seeds, digital solution, and pest and weed control products, as well as customer service for agriculture. (evelist.org)
  • In present article, we review the current dental literature on MTA, discussing composition, physical, chemical and biological properties and clinical characteristics of MTA. (istravel.is)
  • Collected biological specimens and packaged for laboratory transport to complete important diagnostic tests. (livecareer.com)
  • The laboratory component of NHANES includes the collection, processing, storage, and shipping of blood, urine and other biological and environmental specimens. (cdc.gov)
  • The NHANES laboratory component tasks include the collection, processing, storage, and shipment of blood, urine, and other biological and environmental specimens to analytic laboratories. (cdc.gov)
  • Measurement of RF power-absorption in biological specimens (10 to 100 MHz). (cdc.gov)
  • The Columbus Regional Hospital Wound Center offers comprehensive wound care and leading edge treatments including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, negative pressure wound therapy, bio-engineered skin substitutes, biological and biosynthetic dressings and growth factor therapies. (crh.org)
  • Skin substitutes and biological products are divided into two groups regarding application procedure payment: 1) High cost skin substitute products, and 2) low cost skin substitute products for packaging purposes. (woundsource.com)
  • Advanced treatments included negative pressure wound therapy, bio-engineered skin substitutes, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, biological and biosynthetic dressings and growth factor therapies. (iredellhealth.org)
  • Gruppuso M , Turco G, Marsich E, Porrelli D. Polymeric wound dressings, an insight into polysaccharide-based electrospun membranes. (wjgnet.com)
  • The global Biological seed treatment market is estimated at USD 0.86 Billion in 2020. (abnewswire.com)
  • The Sphereprint is introduced as a means to characterize hemispherical conformability, even when buckling occurs, in a variety of flexible materials such as papers, textiles, nonwovens, films, membranes, and biological tissues. (hud.ac.uk)
  • For example, copolymers which are obtained by the polymerization of ?uorine containing monomers and variety of monomers have been utilized as photoresists, optical ?ber dressings, oxygen enrichment membranes, and membrane oxygenators. (tcichemicals.com)
  • On the other hand, there have been active experiments in adding new functions to the polymers, such as the electrical, optical, medical and biological properties. (tcichemicals.com)
  • Additionally, appropriate ways of offloading, dressings & use of newer treatment strategies like negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) and / or use of growth factors can ensure faster healing & early wound closure. (asploro.com)
  • The dressings were physically characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), texture analysis (for mechanical and in vitro adhesion properties), X-ray diffraction (XRD), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). (springer.com)
  • The dressings were characterized for hydration capacity, morphological aspect, and rheological and mechanical behavior. (elsevier.com)
  • In vitro and in vivo study of PCL/COLL wound dressing loaded with insulin-chitosan nanoparticles on cutaneous wound healing in rats model. (istanbul.edu.tr)
  • The same month, he wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Examiner opposing transgender athletes' full inclusion in sports that repeatedly used the term "biological males" to refer to transgender girls and women. (americanindependent.com)
  • It would allow biological males who choose to identify as females to compete for titles, scholarships, and recognition at all age levels. (christianactionleague.org)
  • An Atlanta woman who made a living dressing biological males as women worked her magic on me. (projectq.us)
  • Most transwomen are biological males who still have full adult male genitalia and have no wish to change that. (spiked-online.com)
  • Democrats support legislation prohibiting counseling for children (or adults) for the treatment of unwanted gender dysphoria and legislation allowing biological males to compete in female sports and use girls'/women's dressing rooms. (conservativecasey.com)
  • Conclusion: The data represent the largest series of biologic dressings in cutaneous surgery and demonstrate the applicability and safety of porcine xenografts. (elsevier.com)
  • Fisher-Price has actually created a toy that glorifies gender confusion and ignores one's God-given biological sex. (theworldview.com)
  • a made-up prefix indicating that one's behavior or preferences align with typical or biological expectations. (partnersforethicalcare.com)
  • a diagnostic term describing when one's sense of his/her gender identity does not match his/her biological sex. (partnersforethicalcare.com)
  • not aligning with stereotypes of one's biological sex. (partnersforethicalcare.com)
  • Activities of daily living include adaptive activities such as caring appropriately for one's grooming and hygiene, bathing, dressing, and eating. (usda.gov)
  • Since that time, ferroelectric response has been found in a wide range of materials, including inorganic, organic, and biological species. (intechopen.com)
  • Before field planting, fertilizing organic fertilizer 2500kgs, Biological organic compound fertilizer 100kgs, urea 50kgs, calcium superphosphate 20-25kgs, potassium sulfate 30 kgs. (rqsulfates.com)
  • Before sowing seeds, it fertilizes organic fertilizer 2500kgs, Biological organic compound fertilizer 100kgs, urea 20kgs, calcium superphosphate 25-30kgs, potassium sulfate 40kgs, manganese sulfate monohytdrate 0.5-1kgs. (rqsulfates.com)
  • 1000kgs celery need N fertilizer(N)2kgs, P2O5 0.93kgs, potassium oxide 3.9kgs Before field planting, it fertilizes organic fertilizer 4000-5000kgs, Biological organic compound fertilizer 150kgs, urea 40kgs, calcium superphosphate 25-35kgs, potassium sulfate 40kgs, zinc sulfate 1-1.5kgs. (rqsulfates.com)
  • Seven studies examined this technique, using both adhesive and nonadhesive polyurethane dressings. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • A bandage was applied around the head, which consisted of a nonadhesive film dressing, an adhesive film dressing, and a cohesive bandage. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Hold the dressing securely in place with a light bandage or other dressing retention method like Tubigrip , Tubifast , etc. (healthproductsforyou.com)
  • Given your record, Ms. Lhamon, do you believe that allowing transgender women to compete in women's sports should come at the cost of discriminating against biological women? (americanindependent.com)
  • Do you not think that putting biological men in women's sports is not discriminating? (americanindependent.com)
  • Texas state Sen. Charles Perry (R) suggested at one point on Monday, during a hearing for that bill, that if transgender students were allowed to compete with cisgender students, there was a possibility of a future "without women's biological teams surviving. (americanindependent.com)
  • Julie was changing in the shower room with the other young girls when she heard a man's voice, and soon after, a biological man or a "transgender woman" entered the room while wearing a "women's bathing" suit. (ehlinelaw.com)
  • According to Jaman, she saw the biological male in a woman's bathing suit watching young girls pull down their bathing suits in the female showers in the women's dressing area. (ehlinelaw.com)
  • Assisted elderly clients with personal hygiene and other daily activities, including bathing, dressing and incontinence care. (livecareer.com)
  • Without addressing the osseous deformities and muscular imbalances, infections, and vascular insufficiency, there will be of minimal benefit in employing advanced wound care dressings. (medscape.com)
  • Provided wound care and dressing changes. (livecareer.com)
  • It minimizes pain and wound or skin damage at dressing change, thereby providing patients with less painful and less stressful medical care. (healthproductsforyou.com)
  • The conversation focused on understanding the concepts of biological individuality, self-care and good health. (princetonumc.info)
  • The disease is LDN-192960 hydrochloride usually basically characterized by the ulcer without pain [1], but some pain is usually noted at the wound care dressing support [2]. (membranemeeting2018.com)
  • This care package is designed by Hangzhou Keluo Biological Co., Ltd. for automobiles and outdoor sports. (easywaygroup.com)
  • When these dressings are mixed with any agents such as silver, it prevents the biofilm from entering the wound bed and causing infection. (portea.com)
  • It also prevents the dressing from sticking to the wound bed but allows it to gently adhere to the surrounding skin, allowing easy application of secondary fixation. (healthproductsforyou.com)
  • He returned to his biological family, including a strict, physically abusive father, when he was four. (scienceoxygen.com)
  • In New York, officials at Hastings High School put a stop to Cross-Dressing Day in October after school officials suggested guys in chiffon skirts and brassieres and gals with painted-on mustaches were distracting and disrespectful to transgender people. (foxnews.com)
  • Now we're letting transgender athletes involved, dressing in the same dressing rooms, using the same restrooms. (americanindependent.com)
  • Can we not have a biological transgender team of their own? (americanindependent.com)
  • Transgender women with stronger feminine identity, dressing as a woman all the time, were twice as likely to be HIV infected compared with those who did not dress as a woman all the time. (lancs.ac.uk)
  • Allen said the problem wasn't the transgender athlete's presence on the team, but in the dressing room. (ustimetoday.com)
  • I'm afraid of people pretending to be transgender and just cross dressing,' Stacy adds. (wogx.com)
  • Saudi Arabia has no law against transgender people, but the desert kingdom has carried out arrests for cross-dressing and ordered the imprisonment and flogging of men accused of behaving like women, according to the U.S.-based Human Rights Watch. (trust.org)
  • It also includes improved coverage of the management of onychomycosis, scabies and lice, and hair and scalp, and new content on biological treatments, lymphoedema, community acquired MRSA, pityriasis rosea, immune reconstitution syndrome and antifungal drugs. (androidblip.com)
  • Methods such as seed dressing, seed coating, and seed pelleting are applied for seed treatment via fungicides. (verifiedmarketresearch.com)
  • SofPulse tPEMF therapy is non-invasive and is delivered through the wound dressing, clothing or casts. (sofpulse.com)
  • Boateng J, Catanzano O. Advanced therapeutic dressings for effective wound healing - a review. (springer.com)
  • It mainly produces tetrahydroxycoumarin, pharmaceutical intermediates, pesticide intermediates, and high-purity biological For medicines and health products, high-end biological fungicides, insecticides, biological fertilizers, regulators and other series of products have been developed in recent years. (belkong.com)
  • However, the efficacy was superior when biological control agents like Trichoderma harzianum and Gliocladium virens , were applied both to the soil around the bush and used for wound dressing. (upasitearesearch.org)
  • MIT engineers have developed a nanoscale biological coating that can halt bleeding nearly instantaneously. (robaid.com)
  • Led by Paula Hammond, the David H. Koch Professor in Engineering at MIT, the researchers developed a nanoscale biological coating that consists of two alternating layers sprayed onto a suitable material, such as sponge. (robaid.com)
  • Wafers showed ideal wound dressing characteristics in terms of fluid handling properties due to high porosity (SEM). (springer.com)
  • Current exosome isolation methods are generally expensive, complex and cumbersome, which could limit large-scale diagnostic applications," said Michael Heller , Ph.D., principal investigator on the paper and scientific advisory board member of Biological Dynamics. (exosome-rna.com)
  • Plano-based Liberty Legal Institute ( search ) issued a news release Tuesday reporting that it "came to the aid of a concerned parent requesting an excused absence for her children on official cross-dressing day in her children's elementary school. (foxnews.com)
  • Hunt said the district never planned or conducted a "cross-dressing day. (foxnews.com)
  • Drag Queen Story Hour events expose young children to transgenderism and cross-dressing, normalizing radical sexual ideology that contradicts both traditional morality and biological reality. (lifesitenews.com)
  • Some amount of cross dressing in young age between 3 to 6 or 8 is not uncommon, but that is seen more often as being done by the parents. (ndtv.com)
  • The psychiatric conditions for such cross dressing to continue into adult age are Transvestism and Transsexualism. (ndtv.com)
  • Cross dressing which is the only feature of Transvestism is one of the features of Transsexualism. (ndtv.com)
  • In numerous films, cross-dressing scenes, where a woman dresses as a man and sings and dances with another woman, are highly suggestive of lesbianism. (ultraviolet.in)
  • The dolls promote cross dressing and glorify the drag queen lifestyle. (theworldview.com)
  • fosters a setting where cross-dressing is not abnormal, per se. (remyfoolblog.com)
  • This article focuses more on those situational uses rather than cross-dressing as a feature of gender or sexual identity. (alpennia.com)
  • For example, cross-dressing rituals, used to build compassion for the other gender, especially in times of marriage and birth, continued to be practiced. (thehorseandcrow.com)
  • Of the many cross-dressing rituals that survived Roman-Greco patriarchy, it isn't exactly clear whether the participants were consciously aware of the symbolism of such acts. (thehorseandcrow.com)
  • All tests were performed in accordance with the International Standard Organization (ISO) 10993 Standard Series for Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices. (silverlon.com)
  • The application is simple, and the product is compatible with other topical agents and dressings. (humanbiosciences.com)
  • citation needed] Hydrogels used in wound dressings can be self-assembled upon addition of divalent metal cations or electrically charged polysaccharides due to electrostatic interactions. (wikipedia.org)