Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy
Revolutionary and amazing 'Regenerative Medicine' is an innovative concept representing a unique approach to the regeneration of functional tissues and organs. This book reveals the scientific principles behind this newly discovered practice while instructing the reader in the procedure of Moist- Exposed Burns Treatment (MEBT) and offering compelling examples of tissue and organ regeneration from ordinary cells incubated in potent nutrient baths. Prof. Xu - the inventor of MEBT and MEBO (Moist-Exposed Burns Ointment) - gives an in-depth description of how healthy and pathological tissues behave in varied treatment environments. Further, he demonstrates that ordinary cells can differentiate into varied organ tissues and, for the first time, introduces MEBT including the use of MEBO to the western scientific community. This publication will add a new dimension to the discussions on burns treatment, stem cells, immunology and cell biology. Burns specialists will learn of the new gold standard in burns treatment, and cell biologists of the potential of ordinary cells.
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