Yıl 2015, Cilt 27, Sayı 0, Sayfalar 61 - 65 2015-07-09

A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles

Muhammet UZUN [1] , Christophe BACH [2] , Stefan JOCKENHOEVEL [3] , Subhash ANAND [4] , Tahir SHAH [5]

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The objective of this paper is to determine wounds, wound healing and the effect of nutrition on wound healing. In recent times, the developments in cellular and molecular biology have greatly expanded and enhanced the current understanding of the biological processes involved in wound healing and tissue regeneration. A remarkable progress has been achieved and an ever-growing number of woundcare products have been designed and developed to incorporate the latest understanding of cellular and molecular level phenomena involved in the dynamic and complex process of wound healing, including blood coagulation, inflammation, fibroplasias, collagen deposition and wound contraction. The primary goals of innovations are aimed at alleviating patient suffering, shortening wound healing time periods, and resolving chronic wound healing clinical problems. The investigation and innovation of novel wound dressing materials and methods are an important part of the fast growing biomaterials industry worldwide.

wound healing, wound types, medical textiles, nutrition
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Yazar: Muhammet UZUN

Yazar: Christophe BACH

Yazar: Stefan JOCKENHOEVEL

Yazar: Subhash ANAND

Yazar: Tahir SHAH

Bibtex @ { marufbd187525, journal = {Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi}, issn = {}, eissn = {2146-5150}, address = {Marmara Üniversitesi}, year = {2015}, volume = {27}, pages = {61 - 65}, doi = {10.7240/mufbed.15207}, title = {A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles}, key = {cite}, author = {SHAH, Tahir and ANAND, Subhash and JOCKENHOEVEL, Stefan and UZUN, Muhammet and BACH, Christophe} }
APA UZUN, M , BACH, C , JOCKENHOEVEL, S , ANAND, S , SHAH, T . (2015). A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles. Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 27 (0), 61-65. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/marufbd/issue/17889/187525
MLA UZUN, M , BACH, C , JOCKENHOEVEL, S , ANAND, S , SHAH, T . "A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 (2015): 61-65 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/marufbd/issue/17889/187525>
Chicago UZUN, M , BACH, C , JOCKENHOEVEL, S , ANAND, S , SHAH, T . "A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 (2015): 61-65
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ISNAD UZUN, Muhammet , BACH, Christophe , JOCKENHOEVEL, Stefan , ANAND, Subhash , SHAH, Tahir . "A Short Overview on Nutrition, Wound Healing and Medical Textiles". Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27 / 0 (Temmuz 2015): 61-65.