MLS Laser Therapy in Veterinary Wound Healing

Wound healing is a complex and multistep process, crucial for the survival of the organism.

The results of these studies show that MLS® Laser Therapy treatment induces an increase of NLRP 10, a protein with anti-inflammatory action.  The anti-inflammatory activity of MLS, mediated by NLRP 10 production, can be used in the treatment of wounds and ulcers to control inflammation and ultimately decrease painful symptoms that are frequently present in patients with wounds or ulcers.

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