BL treatment can be effective against bacterial infections of chronic wounds.
Blue light even at longer wavelengths shows antifibrotic activity and may represent a suitable and safe approach in the tvitro findings could represent the starting point for translational applications of PBMT as a supportive approach to fight SARS‐CoV‐2
Blue light even at longer wavelengths shows antifibrotic activity and may represent a suitable and safe approach in the treatment of fibrotic skin diseases including hypertrophic scarring and scleroderma.
The described blue light-induced effects that are mediated by bioactive NO-derivates bear a relevant clinical potential to serve as supportive measure in the therapy of several psychiatric disorders. Additionally, due to the positive influence of β-endorphin on the mental state and other psychological parameters of humans, blue light might exert great potential in the home or leisure and sports field.
In this study UV-free blue light was safe and effective in the reduction of eczema lesions.