The influence of red laser irradiation timeline on burn healing in rats

  title={The influence of red laser irradiation timeline on burn healing in rats},
  author={Silvia Cristina N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Cristiane M França and Daniela de F{\'a}tima Teixeira da Silva and Gess{\'e} Eduardo Calvo Nogueira and Renato Ara{\'u}jo Prates and Martha Sim{\~o}es Ribeiro},
  journal={Lasers in Medical Science},
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) promotes biomodulation of wound healing and literature reports that light delivery during the inflammation could play a different role compared with latter phases of the healing process. The objective of this study was to investigate whether single dose of a red laser (λ = 660 nm) is different from fractionated delivery protocol in full thickness burns. Two lesions were inflicted on the back of 36 rats. In the fractionated dose group (FG), the lesions were… CONTINUE READING


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