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Magnetic field application in bone tissue regeneration: issue current status and prospects for method development

Journal: RUDN Journal of Medicine (Vol.28, No. 1)

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Page : 9-22

Keywords : magnetic field; bone tissue; regeneration; magnetotherapy; pulsed electromagnetic fields;

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Relevance. Magnets have long been used to treat various diseases, especially in inflammatory processes. According to existing historical data, magnetotherapy was already used in ancient times by the Chinese, Egyptians and Greeks. Different magnetic field strengths affect cells in different ways, with medium-strength magnetic fields being the most widely used. The review presents a brief history and current state of the issue of using a magnetic field in bone tissue regeneration. Modern knowledge about the mechanisms of physiological and reparative regeneration, restoration of bone tissue is clarified, and modern areas of bone tissue engineering are considered, taking into account the characteristics of microcirculation and the effect of a magnetic field on the physiology of bone tissue and reparative regeneration. One of the key findings of the review is that the magnetic field improves bone tissue repair by influencing the metabolic behavior of cells. Studies show that magnetotherapy promotes the activation of cellular processes, accelerates the formation of new bone tissue and improves its quality. It is also noted that the magnetic field has a positive effect on microcirculation, improving the blood supply to tissues and facilitating a better supply of nutrients to the site of injury. This contributes to faster wound healing and early rehabilitation of patients. Conclusion. Magnetotherapy is one of the effective physical and rehabilitation methods of treatment that will become increasingly important in modern medicine. However, further research is needed to better understand the mechanisms of action of a magnetic field on bone tissue and to determine the optimal parameters for its application.

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