Low intensity laser therapy in wound healing — a review with special respect to diabetic angiopathies View Full Text


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DATE

2001-05-01

AUTHORS

A. Schindl, M. Schindl, Heidemarie Pernerstorfer-Schön, Liesbeth Schindl

ABSTRACT

Background: Low intensity laser radiation is characterized by its ability to induce athermic, non-destructive photobiological processes. Albeit in use for about thirty years, this phototherapy is still not an established therapeutic modality in wound healing.Methods: We have reviewed the literature addressing both in vitro and in vivo effects of low intensity laser therapy on constituents of the wound healing process.Results: A large number of in vivo studies on the effects of low intensity laser irradiation on wound healing show a lack of accuracy on dosimetric data and appropriate controls. Despite this fact, data from appropriately designed studies seem to indicate that this type of phototherapy should be considered a valuable (adjuvant) therapy for otherwise therapy-refractory wound-healing disorders including such in diabetic patients.Conclusions: Further research aiming at elaborating optimal treatment parameters seems to be justified. More... »

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132-137

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