This naturally heals cuts, scrapes or wounds 4 times faster

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This naturally heals cuts, scrapes, or wounds 4 times faster

Skin has the ability to heal itself. But with age and illness this ability decreases.

Conditions such as diabetic foot ulcers can be very difficult to heal.

And this can lead to serious health problems.

Researchers have known for decades that electrical currents can speed wound healing.

But there has never been a practical device created to apply electrical currents to wounds.

Recently, researchers tested a high-tech, self-powered electric bandage for healing wounds.

The treatment massively accelerated wound healing in animals.

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These researchers did experiments at the University of Wisconsin, University of Electric Science in China, and the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, in China.

The journal ACSNANO published the results.

For most people, small wounds heal quite easily.

But there are a number of non-healing wounds that cause enormous problems.

“Diabetic foot ulcers, venous-related ulcerations, and non-healing surgical wounds affect more than 6.5 million people in the United States.”

Researchers are still looking for a practical and effective way of treating non-healing wounds.

“The principal goal in skin wound management is to achieve rapid wound closure.”

Initial research back in the 1960s showed that electrical currents could accelerate wound healing…

In fact, the body uses natural electric fields as part of the wound healing process.

“Electrical stimulation imitates the natural wound healing mechanism of the endogenous electric field to facilitate skin growth.”

But the technology back in the ‘60s was unwieldy and made this approach impractical.

This new research took advantage of modern technology to solve the problem.

The researchers designed a bandage that could generate electricity from the movement of the skin it was attached to.

“An electric field is generated by a wearable nanogenerator by converting mechanical displacement from skin movements into electricity.”

In the bandage they designed, this electricity is sent through the bandage with the intention of accelerating wound healing.

The researchers tested the electric bandages on lab rats.

They gave the rats experimental wounds and they gave some of the rats the electric bandages.

The researchers compared the recovery of the two different groups of rats.

Rats given electric bandages healed much faster than the untreated animals.

“Rat studies demonstrated rapid closure of a full-thickness rectangular skin wound within 3 days as compared to 12 days.”

The electric bandages resulted in faster healing – four times faster.

In the treated rates, the wounds completely closed after three days.

“The wound was completely closed along the electric field direction within 72 hrs.”

It took up to four times longer for the untreated animals to recover to the same degree.

“It took about 10-12 days for the control wounds and the untouched wounds to recover to the same level.”

The electric bandages proved to be remarkably robust.

They were still intact and operating three days after being applied.

“The dressing electrodes remained intact after 3 days of operation, confirming their excellent stability when attached to the skin surface.”

The bandages were made out of plastic and metal… These raw materials are relatively inexpensive.

So these researchers have actually designed an efficient and practical wearable device that rapidly speeds wound healing.

”We demonstrated a highly efficient wound recovery strategy based on a wearable device.”

The device generates a very small amount of energy.

And the treatment would not cause any pain or discomfort.

“The bandage produced a safe and very low-level electricity over the wounds, which is favorable for lowering the level of discomfort or pain.”

This invention could be a remarkable breakthrough in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and non-healing surgical wounds.

In addition, the electric field effect could also be very beneficial for diseases of poor circulation.

For example, it could be used to treat Raynaud’s disease.

It could also be used to accelerate healing from scars and other tricky skin conditions.

“The discovery could have an impact Raynaud’s disease, chickenpox scars, acne, keloid scarring, or rosacea.”

The researchers are hoping to move on quickly to human trials.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health-related problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.

Effective Wound Healing Enabled by Discrete Alternative Electric Fields from Wearable Nanogenerators