Paracetamol, one of most used analgesics, could slow down bone growth
UGR scientists stress the need for controlling the use of paracetamol, as it has been proved "in vitro" that it slows down bone regeneration. Their work has demonstrated that applying plasma rich in growth factors, from the patients themselves and applied on the bones, accelerates cell growth. Therefore, it could also be used to regenerate wounds or ulcers when applied over soft tissue. Results of this research have been published in prestigious journals such as Bioscience Reports, Oral Diseases and Physiology and Biochemistry among others.
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