Liquified skin sprayed over wound starts healing process
from Daily Mail
It may sound like science fiction — but NHS doctors are trialing a remarkable new device that liquifies a sample of a patient's skin, allowing it to be sprayed over a wound to begin the healing process. The procedure is being offered as a treatment for chronic or slow-healing wounds, such as pressure sores and venous leg ulcers, which can be extremely painful and leave patients bedridden, and in some cases lead to the foot or leg having to be amputated.
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