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МАТЕРІАЛИ ДЛЯ ЛІКУВАННЯ ДЕФЕКТІВ ШКІРИ: ПЕРСПЕКТИВИ ЗАСТОСУВАННЯ ПОХІДНИХ ХІТОЗАНУ (ОГЛЯД ЛІТЕРАТУРИ)

Автор: Погорєлов М. В., Корнієнко В. В., Ткаченко Ю. А., Олешко О. М.

Сторінки: 275-284

 

Анотація

    

     На сучасному етапі розвитку медицини лікування пошкоджень шкірного покриву неможливе без застосування засобів медичного призначення, використання яких спрямоване на нормалізацію мікрооточення рани, пришвидшення її загоєння та попередження ускладнень. У цьому огляді простежені етапи розвитку тактики лікування пошкоджень шкіри, подані відомості про найбільш поширені матеріали, що застосовуються у сучасній хірургії, та наведене їх порівняння з урахуванням ефективності, побічних проявів і фармакоекономічних показників. Окрему частину огляду присвячено матеріалам на основі хітозану – похідного хітину, що являє собою біологічно активний полімер, на основі якого синтезовані комерційні та експериментальні матеріали для застосування в хірургічній практиці. Проаналізовані джерела свідчать про можливість широкого використання похідних хітозану як із метою оптимізації та стимуляції перебігу загоєння рани, так і для попередження ускладнень, таких, як інфікування, утворення рубців, та хронізації процесу.
          Ключові слова: дефекти шкіри, засоби медичного призначення, хітин, хітозан.

 

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