CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE

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Inflammation is a normal immune response in your body. It’s like the first responder to the scene of the injury. Pain, swelling, redness, and warmth are all signs of inflammation trying to heal your body.

Acute inflammation is a brief inflammatory response to an injury or illness that lasts for a few days. Like:-

  • Injury (twisted ankle, broken arm)
  • Bacterial or viral infections
  • Sunburn
  • Incisions

 

But chronic inflammation is when things get rough.

 

Inflammation becomes chronic when it stops being an acute response and remains a constant low-level physiological response. Chronic inflammation is when your body no longer has the ability to turn off the inflammatory response and it starts damaging healthy tissue in your body. It could damage the intestinal lining in your gut and cause digestive problems, it could damage the arteries in your heart and cause heart disease, or it could damage your joints and cause rheumatoid arthritis.

Mesenchyme stem cells (MSC) feature the potential to regenerate tissue.  A number of treatment concepts are currently used to accelerate wound healing, including energy-based modalities, scaffoldings, and the use of mechano-transduction, growth factors and cell-based therapies. The use of stem cell therapy has been theorized as a potentially useful aide for non-healing wounds. Specifically, mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been shown to improve wound healing in several studies.

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