BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MODULATORS ASSOCIATED WITH HEALING OF THE OSSEOUS TISSUE


BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MODULATORS ASSOCIATED WITH HEALING OF THE OSSEOUS TISSUE


Mateus Porfírio Rodrigues 1*, Ingrid Larissa da Silva Laurindo2, Adalgiza Suellen da Silva Prado3, José Carlos Nogueira Nóbrega Júnior4, Jéssica Andréia Pereira Barbosa5, Marllon Alex Nascimento Santana6

1,2,3 Estudantes do curso de Bacharelado em Fisioterapia – FACOTTUR, 4,5,6 Docente/Pesquisador do Curso de Fisioterapia – FACOTTUR


American Journal of Orthopedic Research and Review

Introduction: Fracture is a bone loss that can be discovered by pathological factors, congenital diseases, avitaminosis or even surgeries, and the cicatricial process as recovery of tissue stability. We have the possibility of assisting in the healing of the bone tissue of biochemical and biophysical modulators, from the use of hydroxyapathy, chitosone, ultrasound and cryotherapy.

Objective: This literature review aimed to discuss the characteristics of bone tissue, its regeneration and the main biochemical and biophysical treatments without the use of auxiliary agents in the cicatricial process.

Methodology: A research of data on PubMed, SciELO, LILACS, Journal of Cell Science and the Ministério da saúde was done through the keywords “Bone healing”, “Modulators” and its components in Portuguese and English, in the last 10 years. 92 articles were found, with 43 articles selected.

Results: According to the studies of literary bases, the biochemical and biochemical ones were constituted and are great auxiliaries in the cicatricial process of the bone tissue.

Conclusion: Evidence in the literature has shown that modulators can reduce the time of regeneration of bone tissue.


Keywords: Bone Histogenesis, Healing, Cicatricial Modulators

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Mateus Porfírio Rodrigues, Ingrid Larissa da Silva Laurindo, Adalgiza Suellen da Silva Prado, José Carlos Nogueira Nóbrega Júnior, Jéssica Andréia Pereira Barbosa, Marllon Alex Nascimento Santana .BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MODULATORS ASSOCIATED WITH HEALING OF THE OSSEOUS TISSUE. American Journal of Orthopedic Research and Reviews, 2020, 3:11. DOI: 10.28933/ajorr-2020-03-1005


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