SC121_Unit_6_Assignment.pptx - SC121 Unit 6 Assignment ANNA MCGRAW Epidermal wound healing Basal cells enlarge and move across the wound Once they meet

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SC121 Unit 6 Assignment ANNA MCGRAW
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Epidermal wound healing Basal cells enlarge and move across the wound. Once they meet, they stop moving because of contact inhibition. Epidermal growth factor triggers basal stem cells to divide. The basal epidermal cells create new strata, which thickens the epidermis.
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Third degree burn The layers of skin damaged are the epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous tissue, and sometimes bones and muscles. Some symptoms might include: No feeling in the area of the burn. The burn may appear stiff, charred, white, leathery, or waxy . Swelling is very likely.
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Third degree burn research Sterilized strips of tilapia fish skin is being used as a bandage for second and third degree burns. Started in Brazil due to lack of access to human or pig skin. For superficial second degree burns, the skin stays on until the patients skin begins to scar. For deeper burns, the skin is changed out a few times over the course of several weeks of treatment.
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  • Spring '18
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  • open fractures, basal cells, Epidermal growth factor triggers

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