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Keratinocyte-Like Cells Trans-Differentiated from Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, Facilitate Skin Wound Healing in Mice

Kim J, Hasegawa T, Wada A, Maeda Y, Ikeda S

Background: Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been reported to promote wound healing in both animal models and human studies. Among MSCs, adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs) can be easily harvested in...
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Optimal Fluence and Duration of Low-Level Laser Therapy for Efficient Wound Healing in Mice

Yoon J, Park JH, Choi JW, Kim YC

Background: Low-level laser (light) therapy is a promising technology that stimulates healing, relieves pain and inflammation, and restores function in injured body parts. However, few studies have compared the effects of...
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Research Advances in the Application of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells Derived Exosomes in Cutaneous Wound Healing

Weiliang Z, Lili G

Cutaneous wound healing has always been an intractable medical problem for both clinicians and researchers, with an urgent need for more efficacious methods to achieve optimal outcomes morphologically and functionally....
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Freeze-dried bovine amniotic membrane as a cell delivery scaffold in a porcine model of radiation-induced chronic wounds

Oh D, Son D, Kim J, Kwon SY

Background Locoregional stem cell delivery is very important for increasing the efficiency of cell therapy. Amnisite BA (Amnisite) is a freeze-dried amniotic membrane harvested from bovine placenta. The objective of...
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Clinical effectiveness of omental transposition in facilitating perineal wound healing after abdominoperineal resection: a systematic review

Kim S, Kang SI, Kim S, Kim JH

Background: Omental transposition has been used to facilitate perineal wound healing in patients undergoing abdominoperineal resection (APR). However, there is no high-level evidence supporting the effectiveness of omental transposition in...
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Effects of Prostaglandin E1 and Supplemental Oxygen on the Wound Healing

Baik B, Park S, Ji S, Yang W, Lee J

Background: When an avulsion wound is combined with a crushing injury or when a local flap is moved with significant tension, poor local blood supply may result in partial or...
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Comparative Analysis of MSC-Derived Exosomes Depending on Cell Culture Media for Regenerative Bioactivity

Kim JY, Rhim WK, Seo HJ, Lee JY, Park CG, Han DK

BACKGROUND: In order to produce and isolate the exosome derived from the cell of interests, a serum free environment (starvation) has been essential for excluding the unknown effect from serum-derived...
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Enhancement of Wound Healing by Conditioned Medium of Adipose-Derived Stromal Cell with Photobiomodulation in Skin Wound

Park IS

Background and Objectives: The objective of this study was to investigate whether conditioned medium from photobiomodulation (PBM) irradiated adipose-derived stromal cell (ASC) spheroids prior to implanting could stimulate angiogenesis and...
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Effect of topical ozonated sunflower oil on second intention wound healing in turtles: a randomised experimental study

Ginel PJ, Negrini J, Guerra R, Lucena R, Ruiz-Campillo MT, Mozos E

Background: Ozone is an antimicrobial agent that in experimental and case-control studies has been found to exert a positive effect on wound healing. Wild and pet chelonians frequently present insidious...
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Late Passage Cultivation Induces Aged Astrocyte Phenotypes in Rat Primary Cultured Cells

Bang M, Gonzales EL, Shin CY, Kwon KJ

Astrocytes play various important roles such as maintaining brain homeostasis, supporting neurons, and secreting inflammatory mediators to protect the brain cells. In aged subjects, astrocytes show diversely changed phenotypes and...
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The Utility of Novel Fish-Skin Derived Acellular Dermal Matrix (Kerecis) as a Wound Dressing Material

Kim TH, Park JH, Jeong HG, Wee SY

Background: The newly-approved Kerecis is a piscine acellular dermal xenograft. This piscine acellular dermal matrix (ADM) has specific bioactive lipid mediators, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, and has a positive effect...
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Using DIRECT Wound Assessment to Predict Limb Salvage and Provide Prognosis of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Jun D, Kwon Y, Bae J, Lee M, Kim J, Choi H, Shin D

Background: Many wound assessment systems including the Wagner classification and University of Texas (UT) grading system have been previously described. The authors of this study applied the DIRECT (Debridement of...
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Nitric Oxide Produced by the Antioxidant Activity of Verapamil Improves the Acute Wound Healing Process

Han YN, Lee YJ, Kim KJ, Lee SJ, Choi JY, Moon SH, Rhie JW

BACKGROUND: Verapamil is used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertrophic scars, and keloids to block transmembrane calcium ion flux. Verapamil has antioxidant activity, which enhances the...
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Comparison of Postoperative Results According to Fungus Ball Extension in Maxillary Sinus

Ju YR, Byun KH, Ahn JH, Choi KY, Mo JH, Chung YJ

Background and Objectives Fungus ball is the most common type of fungal sinusitis commonly associated with good prognosis. However, postoperative results depending on the extent of the lesion has not...
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Influence of implant mucosal thickness on early bone loss: a systematic review with meta-analysis

Gianfilippo RD, Valente NA, Toti P, Wang HL, Barone A

Purpose: Marginal bone loss (MBL) is an important clinical issue in implant therapy. One feature that has been cited as a contributing factor to this bone loss is peri-implant mucosal...
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Fragmented Split-Thickness Skin Graft Using a Razor Blade in Burn Induced Diabetic Foot

Park CH, Choi M, Kang CS, Kim TG

  • KMID: 2502603
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2020 Jun;23(1):20-24.
Diabetic patients have an increased risk of burn injuries on foot. Because of their diabetic neuropathy, they could contact with hot water or warming device without being aware of it....
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Double Pedicle Artery Rotation Sigmoid Vaginoplasty for Vaginal Aplasia Management

Handaya AY, Setyawan N, Pangastuti N, M, Barmawi A, Sofii I, Rahman MN, Setyawati IA, Hafiq HM

Sigmoid vaginoplasty has been popular for neovagina reconstruction in vaginal aplasia. The most common surgical complication was vaginal stenosis caused by inadequate vascularization and tension because of graft length. Therefore,...
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A clinical study on the effect of attachable periodontal wound dressing on postoperative pain and healing

Min HS, Kang DY, Lee SJ, Yun SY, Park JC, Cho IW

Purpose: After periodontal surgery, studies have found that the use of periodontal wound dressing reduces the risk of wound infection and increases healing. The purpose of this study is to...
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Proteomic Classification and Identification of Proteins Related to Tissue Healing of Platelet-Rich Plasma

Lee HW, Choi KH, Kim JY, Kim KO, Haotian B, Yuxuan L, Noh KC

BACKGROUND: Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a plasma component of autologous blood containing a high concentration of platelets. PRP is used to promote healing of damaged tissues. However, there are not...
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Effect of Ointment Containing Epithelial Growth Factor Compared with Antibacterial Ointment in Avulsive Laceration

Choi Y

Background: Avulsive lacerations are more likely to cause complications such as necrosis and dehiscence than vertical lacerations. In laceration wounds, topical antimicrobials can be effective because of their antibacterial properties...
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