rapid wound healing

The Future of Wound Healing

Every year, millions of Americans suffer skin-breaking wounds that are serious enough to require medical care from falls, accidents, or deliberate attacks. And millions more have wounds that are caused by surgery. Many heal just fine on their own, but not all do. For thousands of years, humans have sought out new and horrific ways to injure and maim each other. And for thousands of years, we’ve also sought out ways to heal our wounds. The ways we try to kill each other–wars, terrorism, and mass casualty attacks–have remained pretty consistent over the years. But new technologies in wound care are enabling us to reduce infection and greatly speed up the healing process. Here are just a few of the latest innovations (some of which are new twists on ancient techniques):

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Armin Brott

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Armin Brott is the proud father of three, a former U.S. Marine, a best-selling author, radio host, speaker, and one of the country’s leading experts on fatherhood. He writes frequently about fatherhood, families, and men's health. Read more about Armin or visit his website, mrdad.com. You can also connect via social media: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,  and Linkedin.
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