PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF POLYCHROMATIC POLARIZED LIGHT INFLUENCE AT SKIN INJURIS BY HIGH TEMPERATURE

  • S. O. Gulyar Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Yu. I. Strelchenko International Medical Innovation Center
  • V. M. Jelskyj International Medical Innovation Center

Abstract

We developed a valid experimental model of dosed burn to study the influence of polarized light on burns, obtained from open flame, with a possibility of their basic parameters regulation. In the article there are characterized the expression and peculiarities of inflammation reaction process, development and dynamics of granulation growth and the process of burn wound epithelization. We observed polarized light positive influence on burn wound regeneration and speed of its healing. In particular, we singled out: derma depth alteration restriction and secondary alteration of skin tissues and sub muscles, activation of mechanisms, that restrict inflammation, fibroblasts proliferation increase, formation of granulations and neo-angiogenesis, stimulation of proliferation, keratinocytes' migration and wound surface epithelialization under the influence of polarized light. We singled out expressed antinociceptive, anti-stress and adaptive-stimulating effects of polarized light on central nervous system functional state at burns.

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Published
2016-06-17
How to Cite
Gulyar, S. O., Strelchenko, Y. I., & Jelskyj, V. M. (2016). PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF POLYCHROMATIC POLARIZED LIGHT INFLUENCE AT SKIN INJURIS BY HIGH TEMPERATURE. Medical Informatics and Engineering, (1). https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2016.1.5906
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