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Agren M, Engel M, Mertz P
Collagenase during burn wound healing: influence of a hydrogel dressing and pulsed electrical stimulation
Plast-Reconstr-Surg. 94(3): 518-524, 1994

Alvarez O, Mertz M, Smerbeck R, Eaglstein W
The healing of superficial skin wounds is stimulated by external electrical current
J-Invest-Dermatol. 81: 144-148, 1983

Assimacopoulos D
Low intensity negative electric current in the treatment of ulcers of the leg due to chronic venous insufficiency. Preliminary report of three cases.
Am-J-Surg. 115(5): 683-687, 1968

Bourgiugnon G, Marshall D, Chang K, Eaglstein W
Occlusive wound dresings suitable for use with electrical stimulation.
Wounds 3(3) 127-129, 1991

Bourguignon G, Bourguignon L
Electric stimulation of protein and DANN synthesis in human fibroblasts.
FASEB-J 1(5): 398-402, 1987

Darryl S. Weiss, MD; William H. Eaglstein, MD; Vincent Falanga, MD
Exogenous Electric Current Can Reduce the Formation of Hypertrophic Scars
Dermatol Surg Oncoi, 1989

Falanga V, Bourguignon G, Bourguignon L
Electrical stimulation increases the expression of fibroblasts receptors for transforming growths factor-beta.
J-Invest-Dermatol. 88: 488 A, 1987

Feedar J, Kloth L, Gentzkow G
Chronic dermal ulcer healing enhanced with monophasic pulsed electrical stimulation.
Physical Therapy 71(9): 639-649, 1991

Foulds I, Barker A
Human skin battery potentials and their possible role in wound healing.
British Journal of Dermatology 109:515-522, 1983

Gardner SE, Frantz RA, Schmidt FL
Effect of electrical stimulation on chronic wound healing: a meta-analysis.
Wound Rep Reg 7: 495-503, 1999

Gary D. Gentzkow, MD; Gad Alon; Ph. D., PT; Ibrahim M. Eltorai, MD; Robert E. Montroy, MD
Healing of Refractory Stage III and IV Pressure Ulcers by a New Electrical Stimulation Device
Wounds, Vol. 5, Nr. 3, May/June 1993

Gary D. Gentzkow, MD; Sheldon V. Pollack, MD, FRCP, FACP; Luther C. Kloth, MS, PT; Harrison A. Stubbs, PhD
Improved Healing of Pressure Ulcers Using Dermapulse, A Electrical Stimulation Devise
Wounds, Vol. 3, Nr. 5, Sep./Okt. 1991

Gentzkow G
Electrical Stimulation for dermal wound healing.
Wounds 4: 227-235, 1992

Gilcreast DM, Stotts NA, Froelicher ES, Baker LL, Moss KM
Effect of electrical stimulation on foot skin perfusion in persons with or at risk for diabetic foot ulcers.
Wound Rep Reg 6: 434-441, 1998

Harris, F.
Electric Wound Healing Theory*,

Houghten, P. Campbell, K.
The Modalities in the Treatment of Chronic Recalcitant Wounds, pp 455 - 568
in: Krasner, D. Rodeheaver, G. Sibbald, R. (Editors): Chronic Wound Care; HMP Communications, 3rd Edition, HMP Communications, Waye PA., 2001

Jonathan D. Reich, Alejandro L. Cazzangia, Patricia M. Mertz
The Effect Of Electrical Stimulation On Mast Cell Proliferation And Subsequent Fibrosis
University of Miami School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery,

Jünger M
Microvascular morphology and dynamics in venous ulcers.
Int J Microcirc Clin Exp; Suppl. 1:107, 1990

Jünger M, Zuder D, Steins A, Hahn M, Klyscz T
Behandlung von venösen Ulzera mit niederfrequentem gepulsten Strom (Dermapulse): Effekte auf die kutane Mikrozirkulation.
Hautarzt 48: 897-903, 1997

Kling D, Lindner V, Betz E
Gefäßwandreaktionen von Arterien und Venen auf Elektrostimulation - vergleichende ultrastrukturelle Untersuchungen.
Phlebol. U. Proktol. 18: 279-283, 1989

Klyscz T, Hahn M, Jünger M
Diagnostische Methoden zur Beurteilung der Mikroangiopathie bei der chronischen Veneninsuffiziens (CVI).
Phlebol 23: 141-145, 1994

Mertz P, Davis S, Cazzaniga A, Cheng K, Reich J, Eaglstein W
Electrical stimulation: acceleration of soft tissue repair by varying the polarity.
Wounds 5: 153-159, 1993

Michael J. Im; W. P. Andrew Lee; John E. Hoopes
Effect of Electrical Stimulation on Survival of Skin Flaps in Pigs*
Physical Therapy, Vol. 70, Nr. 1, Jan 90

Myer A.
The Role of Physical Therapy in Chronic Wound Care, pp 421-433
in: Krasner, D. Rodeheaver, G. Sibbald, R. (Editors): Chronic Wound Care; HMP Communications, 3rd Edition, HMP Communications, Waye PA., 2001

Nishimura KY, Isseroff RR, Nuccitelli R
Human keratinocytes migrate to the negative pole in direct current electric fields comparable to those measured in mammalian wounds.
J Cell Science 109: 199-207, 1996

Orida N, Feldman J
Directional protrusive pseudopodial activity and motility in mMacrophages induced by extracellular electric fields.
Cell Motil 2: 243-255, 1982

Pamela A. Foresman, BA; Donvll S. Payne, LAT; Daniel Becker, MD; David Lewis, MD; George T. Rodeheaver, PhD
A Relative Toxcity Index for Wound Cleansers
Wounds, Vol. 5, Nr. 5, Sept./Oct. 1993

Patricia M. Mertz
The Effect of Pulsed Electrical Stimulation on Wound Healing
University of Miami School of Medicine,

Poh Chye Ong, Laatsch L, Kloth L
Antibacterial effects of a silver electrode carrying microamperage direct current in vitro.
J Clin Electrophysiol 6: 14-18, 1994

Reich J, Cazzaniga A, Mertz P, Kerdel F, Eaglstein W
The effect of electrical stimulation on the number of mast cells in healing wounds.
J Am Acad Dermatol 25: 40-46, 1991

Reich J, Tarjan P
Electrical Stimulation of Skin.
Int-J-Dermatol. 29(6): 395-400, 1990

Steins A, Jünger M, Klyscz T, Schiek A, Galler S, Jung M, Hahn M
In vivo investigations of the microcirculation in venous ulcers in view of therapeutic possibilities.
Phlebol (Suppl.1): 119-121, 1995

Trontelj K, Karaba R, Vodvnik L, Savrin R, Strukelj M
Treatment of chronic wounds by low frequency pulsed electrical current
Journal of Tissue Viability 4: 105-109, 1994

Weiss DS, Kirsner R, Eaglstein WH
Electrical Stimulation and wound healing.
Arch Dermatol 126: 222-225, 1990

Wood J, Evans P, Schallreuter K, Jacobson W, Sufit R, Newman J, White C, Jacobson M
A multicenter study on the use of pulsed low-intensity direct current for healing chronic stage II and stage III decubitus ulcers.
Arch Dermatol 129: 999-1009, 1993

Zuder D, Jünger M, Klyscz T, Büchtemann A, Steins A, Rassner G
Elektrostimulation als neue Behandlungsmethode des Ulcus cruris venosum.
Vasomed 10: 153-157, 1998

Vicktor C, Schlutz-Ehrenburg U
Anwendung von niederfrequentem gepulstem Gleichstrom bei therapieresisten Lucus cruris venosa
Phlebologie 29(2):41-7, 2000

Carley J P, Wainapel S F
Electrotherapy for Acceleration of Wound healing: Low Intensity Direct Current
Arch Phys Med 66 (7), 1985

Gerad J, Bouruignon W, Bourguignon L
Electric Stimulation of Human Fibroblast Causes an Increase in Ca Influx and the Exposure of Additional Insulin Receptors
J Cellular Physiology 140140:379-385, 1989

Brown M, McDonnel M, Menton D
Polarity Effects on Wound healing Using Electric Stimulation in Rabbits
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 70(8), 1989

Braddock M, Campbell C, Zuder D
Current therapies for wound healing: electrical stimulation, biological therapeutics, aned the potential for gene therapy
International Journal of Dermatology 38:808-807, 1999

Morykwas M, Argenta L, Winston-Salem
Nonsurgical Modalities to Enhance healing and Care of Soft Tissue Wounds
J Southern Orthopaedic Association 6(4):279-288, 1997

Lippiello L, Chakkalakal D, Connolly J
Pulsing Direct Current-Induced repair of Articular Cartilage in Rabbit osteochandral Defects
J orthopaedic Research 8:266-275, 1990

Kloth L
The APTA Electrical Stimulation Lawsuit and ist Aftermath
Advances in Wound Care 12(9) 472 - 483, ?

Kloth L, Feedar J
Acceleration of Wound healing with High Voltage, Monophaisc, Pulsed Current
J American Physical TherapyAssn 68(4), 1988

Jaffe L, Vanable Jr
Electric fields and Wound healing
2(3), 1984

Im M, Lee A, Hoopes, J
Effect of Electrical Stimulation of Skin flaps in Pigs
Physical Therapy 70 (1):37-?, 1990

Hinsenkamp M, Jercinovic A, de Graef Ch, Wilaert F, Heenen M
Effects of Low Frequency Pulsed Electrical Current on Keratinocytes in Vitro
Biomagnetic 18:250-254, 1997

Erickson C, Nuccitelli R
Embryonic Fibroblast Motiliy and orientation Can Be Influenced by Physiological Electric fields
, 1984

Eberhard A, Szczypiorksi P, Korytowksi G
Effect of transcutaneous Electrostimulation on the cell composition of skin exudate
Acta Physiol37(1), 1986