Efficacy of concentrated growth factors (CGF) vs normal saline dressing in chronic non healing ulcers

Authors : Chanjiv Singh, Amit Kumar, Gursehaj Singh Mehta

DOI : 10.18231/j.jsas.2022.001

Volume : 4

Issue : 1

Year : 2022

Page No : 1-9

A Chronic non-healing wound is one which has fails to progress through a timely sequence of repair or one that proceeds through the wound healing process without restoring anatomic and functional results. A wide variety of factors is thought to contribute to this problem. Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) (first developed by Sacco (2006)) is a relatively new technology within the area of regenerative medicine. CGF is an advanced second generation platelet concentrate, obtained with differential continuous centrifugal technology. Use of CGF in management of chronic skin wounds has led to high rates of recovery but further works are required in order to improve the effectiveness of treatment protocols and the comfort and safety of patients. Its application is progressively spreading in the clinical field.

Keywords: CGF, Quantitative data, HaCaT

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