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 Surgical Wound Regeneration

1. Regeneration of Skin at Skin Graft Donor Sites
2. Regeneration of Wound after Cosmetic Surgery to Minimize Scar Formation
3. Regeneration of Wound Caused by Parenteral Nutrition Fluid Extravasation Injury

3. Regeneration of Wound Caused by Parenteral Nutrition Fluid Extravasation Injury

MEBO wound ointment has also been used successfully to treat extravasation injury during parenteral hyperalimentation of infants, especially preterm infants.  As described by Cho et al. (2007) “Successful combined treatment with total parenteral nutrition fluid extravasation injuries in preterm infants” J Korean Med Sci 22: 588-94, five (5) premature infants with wounds of hyperalimentation fluid extravasation were treated with MEBO wound ointment in combination with an antibacterial ointment (Terramycin ophthalmic ointment).  Table 4.3.1 summarizes the results of the treatment. 

As shown in Figures 4.3.2.1-5, wounds of these 5 patients had healed completely within about 1 month with a small size of contracture without functional abnormality.  At 2 years follow-up, the wounds had healed completely without any sequel.

Figure 4.3.2.1  (Patient No. 1)

 
   
 BODY REGENERATION
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Trauma Wound Regeneration
Surgical Wound Regeneration
Limb Regeneration
Regeneration of Gastro- Intestinal Tract
Restoration of Aged Skin of Adult Humans
Systemic Regeneration of Aging High Mammals
 









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