Wound healing is the dynamic interactive process that includes parenchymal cells, extracellular matrix, blood cells, and soluble mediators. Wound healing has three phases such as inflammatory, proliferative, and the tissue re-modeling phases. So far, many researchers have been developing the studies of wound healing. Several criteria are used for the classification of wound dressings. These include classification based on the physical form of the dressing, such as gels, ointments, creams, films, and scaffolds. In fact, efficiencies of many biomaterials are indicated. More recently, nano-based biomaterials have been developing. The aim of this Special session is to discuss about the Latest, advanced, and functional biomaterials for wound healing.
- Biomaterial based dressings
- Protein based biomaterial
- Nano?ber based biomaterial
- Biomaterials with antimicrobial activity
- Biocompatibility of biomaterials