• Using electric current heals the wound three times faster

(Alles Europa News English ) – Research to detect healthy horn cells and horn cells designed to simulate wounds in people with diabetes all move three times faster than Skin cells have no interference.

Electric magnetic thrust proved highly effective, healizing artificial skin. No cells were damaged after the test.

Long-lived wounds increase the risk of infection. In serious cases, this can lead to amputation.

All procedures that increase the rate of wound healing are beneficial to patients and health service providers.

The next phase of the study was to test the effectiveness of the electric field on real human skin, instead of laboratory-cultured cells.

“We are looking at how different skin cells interact during the stimulation process, to take one step closer to the actual wound”, Dr. Asplund said.

A biological chip specifically designed from the electric field, used to heal wounds three times faster than normal.

The electric field can navigate the movement of skin cells, such as pushing them to the location of the wound mouth.

Researchers from the University of Freiburg in Germany have begun to amplify this effect. Although it is not possible to cause immediate oral wounds, the method significantly reduces the time needed for the tear to recover.

For people with chronic wounds who need a lot of time to heal, such as the elderly, diabetic or people with poor blood circulation, The rapid recovery after minor open wounds can be literally “rescuing the wings.

Maria Asplund, a biologist at the University of Freiburg and Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, said: “Chronic wounds are a big problem that we have little to hear about.

Our discovery of rapid healing can play a turning point for diabetics, the elderly, people often suffer from many unhealing lesions”.

Earlier, scientists had demonstrated that electric schools could support healing. However, the intensity and direction of the electric field have not been clearly defined.

Therefore, researchers have developed a bio-electronics platform, using it to design artificial skin from horn cells. They compare the application of electric fields in different wounds.