Biostimulation of human chondrocytes with Ga-Al-As diode laser: ‘in vitro’ research study
The aim of the research was to confirm the impacts of lllt performed with GaAlAs (780 nm, 2500 mW) on human cartilage cells in vitro. The cartilage example used for the biostimulation therapy was taken from the appropriate knee of a 19-year-old client. The data showed good results in terms of cell practicality as well as degrees of Ca as well as Alkaline Phosphate in the groups treated with laser compared to the unattended group.
The objective of the research study was to verify the effects of lllt performed with GaAlAs (780 nm, 2500 mW) on human cartilage material cells in vitro. The cartilage material example made use of for the biostimulation treatment was taken from the appropriate knee of a 19-year-old patient. After the chondrocytes were isolated and also suspended for cultivation, the cultures were nurtured for 10 days. The information showed good results in terms of cell stability and levels of Ca and also Alkaline Phosphate in the teams treated with laser contrasted to the unattended group.