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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Plla/triethyl Citrate Membrane As An Alternative For The Treatment Of Skin Wounds [implante De Membranas De Plla/trietil-citrato Como Alternativa No Tratamento De Feridas Cutâneas]|
|Abstract:||Bioresorbable polymers can be applied as membranes to sustain and guide cell growth through the regeneration process. This study evaluated poly(acid lactide), PLLA, membranes with addition of 10% triethyl citrate as skin wound healing in Wistar rats. Initially a 2cm2 skin wound was exercised of the back of 24 animals. The animals were divided into two groups: treated, whose the polymer membrane was implanted, and control, in which the wound was kept exposed. The results obtained after 1, 3, 7 and 15 days showed an inflammatory response more satisfactory in the implanted wounds, with early repair and collagen more organized when compared to exposed wounds. In addition to, the protected areas showed no irritant inflammatory response which could be attributed to the membrane. Thus, we conclude that the PLLA/Triethyl citrate membrane has effectively protected the wounds, allowing the repair and presenting itself as a promising skin dressing.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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