Using a flexibly crosslinked acellular biomatrix in clinical practice: case reports

Using a flexibly crosslinked acellular biomatrix in clinical practice: case reports

Advances in the treatment of problematic wounds and tissue repair have led to the development of materials that may assist with optimizing the wound bed environment. The term biomodulation has been used to describe the process through which materials affect cell activity in a wound undergoing the repair process. Collagen-derived xenografts are of particular importance as they may have a therapeutic effect on wounds, especially those characterized by high levels of inflammation.

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