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Study: Electricity can speed up wound healing in diabetics

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A study conducted by scientists from the Canadian University of Laval showed that the application of a low-intensity electric current can accelerate the healing of skin wounds such as foot ulcers that some diabetics suffer from during laboratory experiments, and researchers found that electricity has a positive effect on the proliferation and migration of natural fibroblasts, which are cells that play an important role in the early stages of the healing process, according to findings from this study, including findings published in the “Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.”

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