Wound Healing Biomaterials - Volume 2. Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials

  • ID: 3627159
  • Book
  • 542 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Wound Healing Biomaterials: Volume Two, Functional Biomaterials discusses the types of wounds associated with trauma, illness, or surgery that can sometimes be extremely complex and difficult to heal. Consequently, there is a prominent drive for scientists and clinicians to find methods to heal wounds opening up a new area of research in biomaterials and the ways they can be applied to the challenges associated with wound care.

Much research is now concerned with new therapies, regeneration methods, and the use of biomaterials that can assist in wound healing and alter healing responses. This book provides readers with a thorough review of the functional biomaterials used for wound healing, with chapters discussing the fundamentals of wound healing biomaterials, films for wound healing applications, polymer-based dressing for wound healing applications, and functional dressings for wound care.

- Includes more systematic and comprehensive coverage on the topic of wound care - Provides thorough coverage of all specific therapies and biomaterials for wound healing- Contains clear layout and organization that is carefully arranged with clear titles and comprehensive section headings- Details specific sections on the fundamentals of wound healing biomaterials, films for wound healing applications, polymer-based dressing for wound healing applications, and more
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Part One Fundamentals of wound healing biomaterials

1 Introduction to biomaterials for wound healing

P. Aramwit

2 Modelling of cell-tissue interactions in skin

L.E. Smith

3 Biofilms in wounds and wound dressing

P.L. Phillips, R.D. Wolcott, L.J. Cowan and G.S. Schultz

4 The importance of preventing and controlling biofilm in wounds: biofilm models and nanotechnology in antibiofilm approaches

D.B. Barbosa, A.M. Agostinho Hunt, A. Berretta, E. Rodrigues deCamargo, L.F. Gorup, D.R. Monteiro, G.L. Fernandes, R.A. Fernandes and K.R. Kirker

5 Control and treatment of infected wounds

K. Saleh and H.H. Sönnergren

Part Two Biomaterial films for wound healing

6 Multilayer films for reducing bleeding and infection

B.B. Hsu

7 Collagen-based formulations for wound healing applications

C.H. Lee and Y. Lee

8 Cyanoacrylate tissue glues for cutaneous wound closure

F.P. Robertson, L.J. Magill, C. Davidson, H. Mitchell and B.R. Davidson

Part Three Polymer biomaterials and dressings for wound healing

9 Collagens in wound healing

A. Nyström

10 Microparticulate polymers and hydrogels for wound healing

R. Ghadi, A. Jain, W. Khan and A.J. Domb

11 Engineered hydrogel-based matrices for skin wound healing

L.P. da Silva, M.T. Cerqueira, V.M. Correlo, R.L. Reis and A.P. Marques

12 Exploring the role of polyurethane and polyvinyl alcohol foams in wound care

M. Sambasivam, R. White and K. Cutting

13 Biopolymers as wound healing materials

A.M. Smith, S. Moxon and G.A. Morris

14 In situ-formed bioactive hydrogels for delivery of stemcells and biomolecules for wound healing

Y. Dong and W. Wang

15 Polystyrene-based wound healing systems

M. Mobed-Miremadi, D. Grandio and J. Kunkel

16 Silver-doped hydrogels for wound dressings

S.T. Meikle

17 Keratins in wound healing

R. Kelly

Part Four Other functional biomaterial dressings for wound healing

18 Activated protein C to treat chronic wounds

C.J. Jackson and M. Xue

19 Clay minerals for tissue regeneration, repair, and engineering

G. Sandri, M.C. Bonferoni, S. Rossi, F. Ferrari, C. Aguzzi, C. Viseras and C. Caramella

20 Silver-containing dressings

K. Ousey, C. Roberts and D. Leaper

21 Antibacterial effects of titanium dioxide in wounds

H.J. Haugen and S.P. Lyngstadaas

22 Bioactive nanofiber dressings for wound healing

O.S. Manoukian, A. Ahmad, C. Marin, R. James, A.D. Mazzocca

and S.G. Kumbar

23 Nanofibrous smart bandages for wound care

M. Mohiti-Asli and E.G. Loboa
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Ågren, Magnus
Magnus S. Ågren is Professor at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, and affiliated to Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Ågren has worked as senior scientist and manager in both academia and industry with wound healing for 35 years, and has published well over 100 scientific articles. He is also scientific advisor for a number of Scandinavian and international companies in the healthcare sector, and he serves on the editorial boards for a number of biomedical journals. Dr. Ågren is the current president for the European Tissue Repair Society.
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