Lock Stock And Barrel of Wound Healing.
This article is a comprehensive review of wound care strategies. The first and second part of this review article focuses on understanding of wound, its types, human body's healing mechanism. Wound healing is natural, highly coordinated process that starts on its own, immediately after injury. However, the individual health condition influences the healing process. Discussion of factors affecting wound healing has also been included. Next part includes the detailed review of diverse wound healing strategies that has already been developed for different types of wound. Detailed description of various polymers that may be used has been discussed. Amongst drug delivery systems, oligomers, dendrimeres, films, gels, different nano-formulations, like nanocomposites, nanofibers, nanoemulsions, nanoparticles are discussed. Emphasis on bandages has been made in this article. PMID: 31556852 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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