On the NHS, serious burns are often treated with laser therapy, radiotherapy, or skin needling, the results of which “vary considerably”, according to official advice. Not to mention these options require lengthy periods in hospital, return visits, and are invasive procedures.
But the SkinGun, which lightly sprays the patient’s own stem cells on to the surface of the burn – prompting it to regenerate and grow organically – only takes 90 minutes for the entire procedure.
It also causes no scarring and avoids the need for invasive surgery, or lengthy stays in hospital.
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