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© Healionics Corporation 2007 Glucose Sensor Implants – Controlling the Foreign Body Response Reducing Catheter Infections Wound Healing – Tissue Regeneration Scaffolds STAR Applications FBR Cath WH Animations shown are for Illustration only. Products are for Research Use Only. Not Intended for animal or human therapeutic or diagnostic use unless otherwise stated.
© Healionics Corporation 2007 Glucose Sensor Implants – Controlling the Foreign Body Response
© Healionics Corporation 2007 STAR sleeve becomes densely vascularized with minimal encapsulation, so sensor can maintain communication with the body Implanted sensors become encapsulated with dense fibrous tissue that isolates the implant from the surrounding body environment Sensor with STAR Sleeve Glucose Sensor Implant Title Page Glucose signal
© Healionics Corporation 2007 Reducing Catheter Infections
© Healionics Corporation 2007 The edges of the epidermis heal by migrating inward to form a groove. The skin integrates into STARcuff’s pores. STAR forms a seal for a long-term barrier against infection. Current antimicrobial cuffs provide only temporary protection. Title Page This groove provides a pathway for bacteria, leading to infection. Catheters have poor sealing with the skin.
© Healionics Corporation 2007 Wound Healing – Tissue Regeneration Scaffolds
Injectable STAR pellets have the potential to accelerate wound healing and reduce scarring. Title Page Angiogenesis in STAR pores triggers growth of larger vessels between pellets, supporting faster and more complete healing.
CHAPTER11 Wound Healing and the Presence of Biomaterials 11-1 Introduction: Formation of Granulation Tissue 24 hrs: macrophages and inflammatory cells.
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Tissue Repair Kristine Krafts, M.D.. Tissue repair = restoration of tissue architecture and function after an injury Occurs in two ways: Regeneration.
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Protein Synthesis. Connective Tissue Found everywhere in the body Includes the most abundant and widely distributed tissues Functions Binds body tissues.
MSE-536 Wound Healing and the Presence of Biomaterials Topics: Formation of Granulation Tissue Foreign Body Reaction Fibrous Encapsulation Chronic Inflammation.
Tissue Repair. When continuous tissues like the skin, mucosae, and blood vessels are broken, the body initiates the inflammatory response. 1.Injured cells.
WOUND HEALING. Phases of wound healing Wound healing occurs in 3 phases 1. Inflammatory phase 2. Proliferative phase 3. Remodeling phase.
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Lecture # 32 TISSUE REPAIR: REGNERATION, HEALING & FIBROSIS - 4 Dr. Iram Sohail Assistant Professor Pathology College Of Medicine Majmaah University.
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© 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscle Tissue Function is to contract, or shorten, to produce movement Three types: 1.Skeletal muscle 2.Cardiac muscle 3.Smooth.
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Integumentary System (skin, hair and nails) warm up: read and notebook out!
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© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint ® Lecture Slides Prepared by Patty Bostwick-Taylor, Florence-Darlington Technical College C H A P T E R 3 Cells.
Findings Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health National Institute of General Medical Sciences Healthy Healing Biologist.
C H A P T E R © Annie Leibovitz/Contact Press Images Tissue: The Living Fabric: Part B 4 MDufilho 6/23/20121.
Principles of Wound Management Indiana University Department of Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioner Lecture Series.
Wound Healing and Repair Susan and Allison. Define the following cell types, give examples: O Labile O Stable O Permanent Continuously dividing -Epithelia.
Epidermal wound healing Basal cells of epidermis surrounding wound break contact with basement membrane Enlarge and migrate across wound –EGF (Epidermal.
Chapter 10 Soft Tissue Injures Brittney Morgan & Katie Larson.
The Integumentary System Skin, Hair, Glands, Nails.
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Types of Connective Tissue Fall 2008 Animal Growth & Development ANSC 590 Tarleton State University.
Introduction The repair of an epithelial wound is merely a normal physiological process. Wound healing depends on elimination of any source of infection.
On your paper, complete the following: Using your book, define the following terms: Pore Melanin Follicle Leave book open to page 490 when finished.
Plate 49 Establishment of Disease. Skin Epithelium – outer part of skin Epi: “on” Theli: “tissue” Densely packed cells protect body from invading pathogens.
Skin Burns. Sources of Burns Thermal Chemicals Electricity UV Radiation.
Wound Healing Dr Ahmad Alamadi FRCS Consultant Otolaryngologist Al Baraha Hospital.
Skin Grafting By: Megan French. The Skin The skin is the largest organ of the body 3 main layers : Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous Regulates body.
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Healing, repair & regeneration.
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM BY: Dougie Widner,Jordan Ward,Bobby McDaniel,and Jared Ellerman.
September 29-30, Burns can be caused by: heat, electricity, UV radiation, or chemicals.
Structure of the Skin Epidermal growth and repair –Turnover or regeneration time refers to time required for epidermal cells to form in the stratum basale.
Wound Healing and The Problem Wound Manal E. Alotaibi.
Tissue Repair Chapter 3 Ms. Figueroa. Objectives Describe the steps in tissue repair Explain the difference in repair depending upon the type of tissue.
Leicester Warwick Medical School Mechanisms of Disease Regeneration and Fibrous Repair Dr Peter Furness Department of Pathology.
Nail Structure and Growth Miladys Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology:
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33.3 Integumentary System KEY CONCEPT The integumentary system has many tissues that protect the body.
The Immune System. Immune system Recognizes, attacks, destroys, and “remembers” each type of pathogen that enters the body Immunity is the process.
Soft Tissue Injury. Soft Tissues Injuries They include skin, fatty tissue, muscles, blood vessels, fibrous tissues, membranes, glands and nerves.
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