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skinregenerator

Member Since 09 Aug 2012
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In Topic: Scarless Healing

Yesterday, 07:54 AM

This is basic hypoxia study, nothing to do with the wound healing, let alone application potential

 

So why does it talk about "promote rapid neovascularization from the host tissue during subcutaneous wound healing"? Do you know?

Hypoxia cause angiogenesis/neovascularization, similar reason to cause cancer,which is full of blood vessels.

Neovascuarization is good wound healing, but also is a reason to cause scar formation. Some treatment uses anti-angiogensis



Skinregenerator, It states in here it will be classed as class II.

http://eng.jhu.edu/w...rs-of-hydrogel/

Good to know, but the Integra, the control group, was originally filed as class III. Hydrogel could be classified as I, II, or III. it depends on what is your application...


In Topic: Scarless Healing

28 September 2014 - 07:07 PM

Here is a recent article by Kyung Min Park and Sharon Gerecht:

 

http://www.nature.co...ncomms5075.html

This is basic hypoxia study, nothing to do with the wound healing, let alone application potential



yeah just when I was scheduled to act in a movie, on the way there a car with a drunk driver crashed into me , my car flipped and I fainted, the car exploded into flames soon after. and I got bad burns all over my face and body. One moment having perfect model type skin and the next looking like a monster is really tough. I just hope the hydrogel really works...

Talk to Dr. Travis in Virginia and look into acell matrix

>yeah just when I was scheduled to act in a movie, on the way there a car with a drunk driver crashed into me , my car flipped and I fainted, the car exploded into flames soon after. and I got bad burns all over my face and body. One moment having perfect model type skin and the next looking like a monster is really tough. I just hope the hydrogel really works...

 

Acell matrix causes pro-inflammatory response, not a good candidate...



Hello, I've been reading this thread and about the hydrogel. I've suffered from scars for five years and wonder how  many years more...

 

So about the time it could take:

 

If you know about oculus new scar cream that started human trials in august  2012, got FDA approval december 2013 and went on sale this month september 2014. The hydrogel was said to start human trials in 18-24 months and that was 15 months  ago, this would then be 3-9 months left plus 2 years 1 month. In that case, about 2,5 years total  from now.

 

Best case scenario but still, something to hope for.

Could be longer...

As skin regenerating matrix, it will be medical device category III, thus taking longer time...


In Topic: Scarless Healing

08 September 2014 - 08:43 AM

They even managed to create livers and kidneys out of stem cell....is it that hard to just cut scar tissue out, and throw some stem cells to fill the gap? Dammit

Not that easy!

Cutaneous wound healing is very complicated.


In Topic: Scarless Healing

24 August 2014 - 11:32 AM

Maldition is realistic or a troll?

Now you know what I am saying?!


In Topic: Scarless Healing

21 August 2014 - 08:44 AM

someone got internal news and mentioned in earlier posts that the gel is not working in large animal studies