What is it about?

This is a critical review of the application of regenerative medicine in the treatment of wound healing as well as skin regeneration. The review aims at clinicians who Woking in the treatment of wounds, especially non-healing wounds and for the researcher who working on emerging technology for the treatment of wounds. The review listed all the clinical trials on wound healing and highlight the ideal scaffold, stem cells and delivery system. The table of the clinical trial also highlights the outcome of each emerging technique and its advantages and disadvantages.

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Why is it important?

The review updates the clinician as well as researchers who work on wound healing. For clinicians critically review the best emerging technology and for researches highlight why some techniques are commercially and clinically viable.


The critical review was written by a multidisciplinary expert team of clinicians, scientists and engineers. The aim was to accelerate the treatment of an unmet clinical need for wound healing. We are working on the treatment of wound healing using graphene-based materials trade named Hastalex and stem cells technology.

Professor Alexander Marcus Seifalian
University College London

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This page is a summary of: Regenerative Medicine Applications in Wound Care, Current Stem Cell Research & Therapy, November 2017, Bentham Science Publishers, DOI: 10.2174/1574888x12666170929123842.
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