New Wound Healing Process To Speed Up Recovery Times

Jul 29th, 20111 Comment

Some surgical procedures come with a quick recovery times and others can take a bit longer depending your body type but recently researchers at Purdue University Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering created a new solution to significantly speed up recovery times with wounds.

According to the Purdue University news release:

“Researchers at Purdue University’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering are in the process of developing scaffold-like materials that promises to speed up the recovery process for patients. The wound healing material has a fast curing time once inside the body.”

“The research is showing that the liquid material can be injected directly into a wound site and will solidify and fill any space needed. Once inside the body, the liquid spreads out and forms an almost immediate bonding for repairs of such wound treatments as mending damaged bones, spinal cord fusions, arterial reattachment, and other tissue rebuilding procedures.”

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One Response to “New Wound Healing Process To Speed Up Recovery Times”

  1. Jeff ivy says:

    I am a wound care patient and would like to be in the study if all possible. Please respond.

    Thanks

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