volume 41, issue 3, P249-253 2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcms.2012.10.003
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Hans-Robert Metelmann, Fred Podmelle, Peter D. Waite, Charlotte Friederieke Müller-Debus, Stefan Hammes, Wolfgang Funk

Abstract: Laser skin resurfacing of the face by CO₂-laser ablation is causing superficial wounds that need rapid recovery to reduce the risk of infection, the risk of chronification and as a result the risk of unaesthetic scars. The question being addressed by this study is to demonstrate benefit of betulin emulsion skin care after CO₂-laser wounds. The outcome of this aesthetic comparison between betulin emulsion, moist wound dressing and gauze covering in promoting the recovery process in laser skin ablation is to dem…

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