Sep 6, 2016

THIS is how you can use ultrasound for wound healing

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Other than speeding up bone healing, slowing Alzheimer’s in mice, ultrasound has been found to help with speedy wound healing. Ultrasound application can help diabetic patients, who suffer from helping defects, up to 30% to decrease the healing time of wounds.


These type of sound waves, trigger a protein pathway essential for fibroblast cells to work. Fibroblast cells help in blood clotting. The number and speed of blood clotting cells are increased in the area of the wound, and the healing process begins. This technique could lower the instances of amputation in case of chronic healing defects in diabetic patients.

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