2020
DOI: 10.1590/1677-5449.190092
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Abstract: Abstract Background The human skin is an extremely sophisticated and evolved organ that covers the whole body. External agents or the patient’s own diseases can cause skin injuries that can challenge healthcare professionals and impose high social, economic and emotional costs. Objectives To evaluate the impact of topical nifedipine on skin wound healing, specifically on polymorphonuclear cells, vascular proliferation, and collagen. Methods We used three pigs, and created eight injuries in the dorsal region…

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