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Hyaluronic Acid

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  • Hyaluronic Acid and Platelet-Rich Plasma, a New Therapeutic Alternative for Scleroderma Patients - Medscape, 1/28/20 - "Systemic sclerosis is a systemic connective tissue disease characterized by endothelium damage, fibrosis, and subsequent atrophy of the skin ... Ten female patients aged between 18 and 70 were included in this study. Each patient was treated with three filler injections of hyaluronic acid and platelet-rich plasma at an interval of 15 to 20 days ... Our study demonstrates that filler injections of hyaluronic acid and platelet-rich plasma represent an efficient local therapeutic alternative for patients affected by scleroderma. The treatment has significantly improved patients' quality of living" - See hyaluronic acid at Amazon.com.
  • Preclinical and Clinical Studies of Hyaluronic Acid in Wound Care - Medscape, 4/1/19 - "The presented literature supports the contention that hyaluronic acid is a critical component in the complex cascade of wound healing and most likely is responsible for the clinical wound improvement in the case series presented." - See hyaluronic acid at Amazon.com.
  • Use of Hyaluronic Acid–based Biological Bilaminar Matrix in Wound Bed Preparation - Medscape, 4/4/18 - "This case series shows a strong trend for Hyalomatrix to play an important role in supporting wound healing in complex, surgical wounds" - See Hyalomatrix at Amazon.com.
  • Hyaluronic Acid as a Treatment Option for Pressure Ulcers - Medscape, 2/10/14 - "One of the components of the extracellular matrix, hyaluronic acid is present in skin, cartilage, bone, and brain, among other tissues. It has proved valuable in neurosurgery and dermatology because hyaluronic acid and degradation products can modulate wound healing. [8] Numerous studies have demonstrated the usefulness of hyaluronic acid in skin lesions and cartilage defects, in glial cell culture, and in the regeneration/increase of sperm motility ... Physiologically, the key characteristic of this molecule is its high hydroscopicity, which serves to regulate tissue hydration and osmotic balance" - See hyaluronic acid at Amazon.com.
  • Three Treatments Shown to Work Against Wrinkles - NYTimes.com, 8/18/08 - "A recent review in The Archives of Dermatology concludes that three anti-aging treatments are proven clinically effective: the topical application of retinol; carbon dioxide laser resurfacing; and injection of hyaluronic acid, a moisture-retaining acid that occurs naturally in the skin"



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