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|Title:||New nanotechnologies for the treatment and repair of skin burns infections|
|Author:||Eliana B. Souto|
André F. Ribeiro
Maria I. Ferreira
Maria C. Teixeira
Andrea A. M. Shimojo
José L. Soriano
Beatriz C. Naveros
Selma B. Souto
|Abstract:||Burn wounds are highly debilitating injuries, with significant morbidity and mortality rates worldwide. In association with the damage of the skin integrity, the risk of infection is increased, posing an obstacle to healing and potentially leading to sepsis. Another limitation against healing is associated with antibiotic resistance mainly due to the use of systemic antibiotics for the treatment of localized infections. Nanotechnology has been successful in finding strategies to incorporate antibiotics in nanoparticles for the treatment of local wounds, thereby avoiding the systemic exposure to the drug. This review focuses on the most recent advances on the use of nanoparticles in wound dressing formulations and in tissue engineering for the treatment of burn wound infections|
|Appears in Collections:||FEQ - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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