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Dr. Tom Burke, Ph.D

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Nitric Oxide Series, Part Eleven: Wound Care with Nitric Oxide Therapy — The Basis for The Anodyne System

Thomas Burke, Ph.D.

Use of the Anodyne Therapy System (ATS) appears to elevate NO locally so that blood flow can be increased directly at the site of application. This increase in blood flow is the basis of the therapeutic benefits of the ATS on pain and neuropathy, as we discussed earlier. Recall that arterial AND venous dilation occur ...

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Nitric Oxide Series, Part Six: Nitric Oxide’s effects on Proliferation/Differentiation

Thomas Burke, Ph.D.

Nitric Oxide (NO) and its interrelationship with essential growth factors is critically involved in the entire continuum of events associated with wound repair, including cell division, maturation, neovascularization, and collagen synthesis including proper cross-linking of collagen fibers.     Thomas Burke, Ph.D. Nitric Oxide (NO) and its interrelationship with essential growth ...

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