Immune system cells in the skin promote wound healing by producing a particular molecule, according to newly published research. The discovery could lead to more effective treatments for diabetic ulcers and other chronic wounds common in the elderly.
Nursing home giant Golden Living has added CellerateRX to preferred products list, according to an announcement from Wound Management Technologies. The product is used for the treatment of diabetic ulcers, cuts, scrapes, burns and blisters. The fast-acting gel works by delivering activated collagen to the treated area, which helps quicken healing times.
A revolutionary borate glass nanofiber material appeared to speed up healing and repair long-term wounds in eight out of 12 diabetic patients with venous stasis wounds, according to new research.
Researchers have found what they hope is a promising approach to treating diabetic wounds, bed sores, chronic ulcers and other slow-to-heal wounds.