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Concept Wound Healing
Concept Wound Infection
Concept Surgical Wound Infection
Academic Article Pro-inflammatory chemokine CCL2 (MCP-1) promotes healing in diabetic wounds by restoring the macrophage response.
Academic Article Short-term glycemic control is effective in reducing surgical site infection in diabetic rats.
Academic Article Pseudomonas aeruginosa uses T3SS to inhibit diabetic wound healing.
Academic Article Perioperative high inspired oxygen fraction therapy reduces surgical site infection with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in rats.
Academic Article The effect of combined photobiomodulation and curcumin on skin wound healing in type I diabetes in rats.
Academic Article The effect of combined pulsed wave low-level laser therapy and mesenchymal stem cell-conditioned medium on the healing of an infected wound with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcal aureus in diabetic rats.
Academic Article Local Vancomycin Effectively Reduces Surgical Site Infection at Implant Site in Rodents.
Academic Article Combined therapy of photobiomodulation and adipose-derived stem cells synergistically improve healing in an ischemic, infected and delayed healing wound model in rats with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
Academic Article Impact of preconditioned diabetic stem cells and photobiomodulation on quantity and degranulation of mast cells in a delayed healing wound simulation in type one diabetic rats.
Academic Article IL-10 Dysregulation Underlies Chemokine Insufficiency, Delayed Macrophage Response, and Impaired Healing in Diabetic Wounds.
Academic Article Therapeutic evaluation of immunomodulators in reducing surgical wound infection.
Academic Article Overriding impaired FPR chemotaxis signaling in diabetic neutrophil stimulates infection control in murine diabetic wound.

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