The Possibility of Healing Deep Wounds in Rats Using Helium Neon Laser
Keywords:laser treatment, deep wounds, wound healing
Laser treatment is generally used for tissue restoration. Restorative soft tissues include objective, practical
and difficult responses.
The goal of the research have being to estimate the irradiation capabilities the helium neon laser irradiation
on three different types of wounds depth.
Sixty young male rats were used in this study, divided into three groups. (20 per group) Wounds were created
with different depth for the first, second and third group have been irradiated by the laser using He-Ne
energies flowing 4 minutes, five out of twenty animals left without radiation is considered to control.
Biopsy was taken from all rats for histological examination at 1, 3 and 7 days after surgery. The results
showed a clear enhancement of treatment wounds from control, Helium neon laser failure in the treatment
of very deep wounds.
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