• chronic skin
  • It has been developed commercially under the name IntegraTM and is used in massively burned patients, during plastic surgery of the skin, and in treatment of chronic skin wounds. (wikipedia.org)
  • tissue
  • Prof. Destrade, an applied mathematician at the National University of Ireland Galway, is supporting Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow Dr Valentina Balbi in developing mathematical models that explain how soft tissue like eyes, brains and skin behave. (thenakedscientists.com)
  • regeneration
  • A process for inducing regeneration in skin was invented by Dr. Ioannis V. Yannas (then an assistant professor in the Fibers and Polymers Division, Department of Mechanical Engineering, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Dr. John F. Burke (then chief of staff at Shriners Burns Institute in Boston, Massachusetts). (wikipedia.org)
  • sensor
  • We focused on this point by developing high density sensor array that is similar to the real human skin. (milk.xyz)
  • sensors
  • To do so requires working at a nanoscale - where one nanometre represents a billionth of a metre - creating embedded arrays of minuscule sensors that could be 2 000 times more sensitive than human skin. (thenakedscientists.com)
  • layers of skin
  • A skin infection of the top layers of skin, more prevalent in the tropics. (medcentral.org)
  • Immediate treatment may help prevent impetigo from infecting deeper layers of skin. (medcentral.org)
  • The bulk (Ca 90%) of epidermis is constituted by cells that called keratinocytes which generated the dead cells (corneocytes) making up the outermost cornfield layers of skin. (expertsmind.com)
  • Treatment
  • The pen's convertible speed motor and depth treatment adjustments provide for targeted precision which treats various skin problems in a single session. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • Thin
  • Skin may be classified as thin and hairy or thick and hairless (glabrous). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • This is one of, and the main reason for its accelerated signs of ageing, much faster than your face, and is characterized by age spots, a veiny appearance and thin, dry skin. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • condition
  • They can range from a treatable infection to a life-threatening skin condition. (nyhq.org)
  • A skin infection caused by hemolytic streptococci, this condition usually affects the face, arms, legs, or where the skin is cut. (medcentral.org)
  • conditions
  • We developed this site to help in an attempt to help answer some skin cream related questions you may have, or at least send you in the right direction so you can find answers based on what other people have to say about their experiences with various products and skin conditions. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • help
  • Now there isn't a black and white answer to this question because one can't say skin creams don't work, as they do help with what most creams claim, but at the same time, creams are usually just something you can apply on the surface, and many may help with the symptoms, but not really address the cause. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • The following tips will surely be of great help at keeping the glow and youth in your skin intact. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • avoid
  • This is really important to surgeons, who need to know in which direction they should cut skin to avoid extensive scarring,' explained Prof. Destrade. (thenakedscientists.com)
  • This is why this list of skin care mistakes have been compiled so that you can avoid them and prevent any unnecessary wrecking of your skin. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • people
  • One who have crossed the line and are in the world surrounded with different skin creams offering different benefits, and second type are people who are standing at the line and wondering if skin creams really work? (doskincreamswork.com)
  • healthy
  • This is a non-invasive procedure which not only helps you look younger, but also rejuvenates your skin to give you a more natural and healthy look without the risk associated with cosmetic surgeries. (doskincreamswork.com)
  • changes
  • Skin changes caused by chronic sun exposure. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • So far, the skin is capable of detecting these tiny changes across a range of temperatures roughly between five to 50 degrees Celsius (about 41 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit), which is useful for robotics and biomedical applications. (guardian.ng)
  • spread
  • The squid's "Passing Cloud" camouflage technique (i.e., bands of color spread as waves across the skin) was simulated in the experiment. (beachchairscientist.com)