Effect of laser (670 nm) on healing of wounds covered with occlusive dressing: a histologic and biomechanical analysis.

@article{deOliveiraGuirro2010EffectOL,
  title={Effect of laser (670 nm) on healing of wounds covered with occlusive dressing: a histologic and biomechanical analysis.},
  author={Elaine Caldeira de Oliveira Guirro and Maria Imaculada de Lima Montebelo and Bianca de Almeida Bortot and Marina Aparecida da Costa Betito Torres and Maria Lu{\'i}za Ozores Polacow},
  journal={Photomedicine and laser surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={
          629-34
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To analyze the effects of low-level laser therapy (LLLT), 670 nm, with doses of 4 and 7 J/cm(2), on the repair of surgical wounds covered by occlusive dressings. BACKGROUND DATA The effect of LLLT on the healing process of covered wounds is not well defined. MATERIALS AND METHODS For the histologic analysis with HE staining, 50 male Wistar rats were submitted to surgical incisions and divided into 10 groups (n = 5): control; stimulated with 4 and 7 J/cm(2) daily, for 7 and 14… 

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