factors together attract neutrophil granulocytes, monocytes and eosinophil
cells to the affected surface. The above chain reaction also includes the
formation of the movement inhibiting factor MlF, which slows the mobility of
macrophages and in turn leads to these cells being brought into, and
remaining, in the affected areas. The chain reaction can also boost the Skin
Reaction Factor SRF. This affects the permeability of the blood vessels,
stimulating blood circulation and the transport of protective cells into the
Studies of wound fluid before and after laser stimulation found that no
lymphocytes were found among the leukocytes before stimulation, and that
after, levels of between 4 and 10% were measured and that this level
increased after the next stimulation.
corresponding increase in the level of monocytes also took place.
also found that the following immunoproteins increased after just one
stimulation: IgG, Albumin, A1-lipoprotein, IgG, A1-antitrypsin, Transferrin,
A2-macroglobulin, IgA, and others. The increase was greatest in the first
types and then fell. It also varied between individual patients depending on
their susceptibility to laser treatment.
Finally, the increase in granulation tissue in wounds has been measured in
various studies, and it was found that it was 2.4 times greater after
treatment using HeNe laser than after treatment with a GaAlA light diode
brief, then, one can say that laser radiation stimulates the skin to better
function and aids the body in its ability to deal with the problems.
depth of the laser's effect is about 1 cm, but the effect must in practice
be somewhat greater since the immune substances are transported via the
improved blood circulation.