Effect of low intensity laser irradiation on cells involved in wound healing.
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Effect of low intensity laser irradiation on cells involved in wound healing. by Donal Smith

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English

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Thesis (M. Sc. (Biomedical Science)) - University of Ulster, 1995.

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Pagination[iii], 24, [10]p., tables :
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL20998127M

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effects of HeNe laser therapy on specific indices of healing like acceleration of inflammation, augmentation of collagen syn- thesis, reduced healing time and diminution of wound size (8,9).   Low-intensity ( μ) laser irradiation of mast cells in rat mesentery in various combinations of power and exposure modifies their functional activity. Enhanced degranulation was observed at 18–25 mW beam power and 15–30 sec exposure. The modes of radiation that did not promote degranulation, changed the form of the cells, which indicates a membranotropic effect of low-intensity laser Author: A. I. Kozel, L. I. Solov'eva, G. K. Popov. The stimulatory effects of low-power laser irradiation at the cellular and molecular levels have been shown by many studies. Laser light affects the mitochondrial respiratory chain by changing the. and inflammatory cells involved in the cicatricial repair, the goal of this study is to analyze the effect of a specific protocol of low-energy Laser irradiation on the intensity of the inflammatory response, deposition of collagen fibers and number of newly formed vessels during two different phases of wound healing in rodents. Methods.

  Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been promoted for its beneficial effects on tissue healing and pain relief for skin and oral applications. However, there is no corresponding literature reporting on vocal fold wound healing. The effects of low level laser irradiation on cell proliferation in vitro have been investigated on different cell types including fibroblasts [27,28], endothelial cells [29], skeletal cells [ moting the proliferation of different cells has shown to be effective with low-intensity laser irradiation. Low-intensity laser mechanism induces bio-stimulation of the cell activity and formation of a transmembrane electromechanical proton in mitochondria (Farea et al. ). Laser was applied to hard tissue for caries pre-. This study is designed in vitro to examine the effects of low power violet laser irradiation on some human blood samples rheological factors such as mean red blood cell volume (MCV) and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR). Blood samples were collected into EDTA contained tubes and separated into two equal aliquots to be attended as irradiated and control. Samples were irradiated

Low-level exposure to nm laser light can accelerate wound healing in vitro without measurable temperature increases.   Little is known about the physiological mechanisms related to low-intensity laser therapy (LILT), particularly in acute inflammation and subsequent wound healing. The objective of this study was to verify the effect of LILT on mast cell degranulation. . Andrea S. Lowe, G. David Baxter, Deirdre M. Walsh, James M. Allen, The relevance of pulse repetition rate and radiant exposure to the neurophysiological effects of low-intensity laser ( nm/pulsed wave) irradiation upon skin temperature and antidromic conduction latencies in the human median nerve, Lasers in Medical Science,   Ethne L. Nussbaum, Facundo Las Heras, Kenneth P.H. Pritzker, Tony Mazzulli, Lothar Lilge, Effects of low intensity laser irradiation during healing of infected skin wounds in the rat, Photonics & Lasers in Medicine, /plm, 3, 1, ().