Wound healing is the major health care issue. The non-healing wounds occur once the amount of oxygen in and across the wound drops below a specific stage and your body's natural cure system and ability to battle infection emerge as typically impaired. Especially in the diabetic patients the wounds cannot be cured easily. To overcome this tissue engineering plays a major role in the development of tissue-engineered skin substitutes to promote the healing of the cutaneous wounds. Tissue-engineered skin substitutes by tissue engineering research has depend upon the production of three-dimensional scaffolds as extracellular matrix (ECM). Recent researches have been done on a variety of scaffolds, which have been fabricated based on materials ranging from naturally occurring ones to those manufactured synthetically.
- Track 1-1 Hemostatis
- Track 2-2 Inflammation
- Track 3-3 Proliferation
- Track 4-4 Maturation
- Track 5-5 Diabetic Wound Healing