Biologic Response

Biologic Response

LL37 and shock waves

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Biological mechanism of musculoskeletal shockwaves

Shock waves are defined as types of acoustic pressure waves that develop during sudden releases...
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IVSWT Water Bath V2.0 Manual

The number of in-vitro experiments in shock wave science increases continuously. This fact reflects how...
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​ShockWave therapy differentially stimulates endothelial cells: implications on the control of inflammation via toll-like receptor 3

Shock wave therapy (SWT) reportedly improves ventricular function in ischemic heart failure. Angiogenesis and inflammation...
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Shock wave application to cell cultures

Shock waves nowadays are well known for their regenerative effects. Basic research findings showed that...
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​Low energy shock wave therapy induces angiogenesis in acute hind-limb ischemia via VEGF receptor 2 phosphorylation

Low energy shock waves have been shown to induce angiogenesis, improve left ventricular ejection fraction...
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Shockwave treatment enhances cell proliferation and improves wound healing by ATP release coupled extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) activation

Shock wave treatment accelerates impaired wound healing in diverse clinical situations. However, the mechanisms underlying...
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Shock wave as biological therapeutic tool: from mechanical stimulation to recovery and healing, through mechanotransduction

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a form of “mechanotherapy”, that, from its original applications...
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Toll-like receptor 3 signalling mediates angiogenic response upon shock wave treatment of ischaemic muscle

Shock wave therapy (SWT) represents a clinically widely used angiogenic and thus regenerative approach for...
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Lohse – Busch ISMST Presentation

High-energy ESW can destroy non myelinated nerves but afterwards there is an even faster regeneration....
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Effect of shock waves on macrophages

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is broadly used as a non-surgical therapy in various diseases...
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Focused high‐energy extracorporeal shockwaves as supplemental treatment in a rabbit model of fracture‐related infection

Focused high‐energy extracorporeal shockwave therapy (fhESWT) is used to improve fracture healing in cases of...
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Shockwaves prevent from heart failure after acute myocardial ischemia via RNA/protein complexes

Shock wave treatment (SWT) was shown to induce regeneration of ischaemic myocardium via Toll-like receptor 3 (TLR3)....
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