Wound Healing


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Complementary and alternative methods for helping wounds heal.

Medical Ozone Part 2

Ozone is not new in its use as medicine. Reactions initiated by contact with unstable ozone molecules damage the cellular walls of a number of microbial populations, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and yeast. Ozone has anti-inflammatory properties and serves to regulate the immune system. Learn the whole story including diseases treated and how O3 is administered.

Medical Ozone Part 1

Ozone is a gas that can be used medically for its therapeutic properties. In low concentrations, ozone has been proven safe and effective in treating and preventing a variety of diseases. The invention of medical grade generators has made ozone an inexpensive and accessible therapy that can be used at home.

The Use of Hypochlorous Acid Solution in Wound Management

Sodium hypochlorite solutions have been used in wound care for a hundred years and are familiar to practitioners as Dakin's solution. In the last 15 years more advanced hypochlorous acid solutions based on electrochemistry have emerged as safe and viable wound-cleansing agents and infection treatment adjunct therapies.

Silver Coated Dressing and Microcurrent for Wound Healing

Burn injuries account for up to 20% of conventional combat casualties, and expose their victims to infection, organ dysfunction, and severe dehydration. The efficacy of direct microcurrent in combination with an FDA-approved silver nylon dressing evaluated in the treatment of skin donor sites for partial thickness thermal injuries.