Nile Tilapia Fish Skin (NTFS) has been suggested as an option of biological material for the management of burns. The Colony Forming Units found in samples of NTFS before the process of chemical sterilization indicated the presence of normal, non-infectious microbiota [ 2 ].
Tilapia’s skin is rich in type 1 collagen, giving the effect of moisturizing longer than gauze so it is effective in treating burns. When used, the skin of this fish does not need to be replaced often. Researchers in China have conducted experiments on mice to study its healing effects.
FORTALEZA, Brazil — In this historic city by the sea in northeast Brazil, burn patients look as if they’ve emerged from the waves. They are covered in fish skin — specifically strips of sterilized tilapia. Doctors here are testing the skin of the popular fish as a bandage for second- and third-degree burns. The innovation arose from an unmet need.
Burns represent the fifth most common cause of nonfatal childhood injuries in the world. The Nile tilapia skin (Oreochromis niloticus) is widely available in Brazil and demonstrated, in previous studies, noninfectious microbiota, morphological structure similar to that of human skin, and good outcom …
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