Wan-Ling Jiang

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This study explored the inhibitory effect of the high-power helium–neon (He–Ne) laser on the growth of scars post trauma. For the in vitro study, human wound fibroblasts were exposed to the high-power He–Ne laser for 30 min, once per day with different power densities (10, 50, 100, and 150 mW/cm2). After 3 days of repeated irradiation with the He–Ne laser,(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to detect the influences of LA at nonacupoint and two adjacent acupoints of pericardium meridian on the releases of NO and sGC in 20 healthy subjects. METHODS Different intensities (12, 24, 48 mW) of infrared laser were used for irradiating Jianshi (PC5), Ximen (PC4) acupoints and nonacupoint for 20, 40 minutes,(More)
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