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clinical and histological evaluation of the effect of bovine saliva on the experimentally induced open wounds on rabbit
التقييم السريري والنسيجي للتاثير الموضعي للعاب الابقار على الجروح الجلدية المفتوحة والمستحدثة تجريبيا في الارانب

Author: A.A.Abbas Alfaris A.A.sawad عبد الباري عباس الفارس علاء عبد الخالق سواد
Journal: Basrah Journal of Veterinary Research. مجلة البصرة للابحاث البيطرية ISSN: Print:18138497 E; 24108456 Year: 2007 Volume: 6 Issue: 1 Pages: 45-53
Publisher: Basrah University جامعة البصرة

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The use of bovine saliva as a wound dressing rriaterial. In the present study, bovine saliva was_applied to experimental by second intention on the eilrperimental wounds in rats , and it's effects on_ epithelization, wound contraction newly formed granulation tissue. T f I. We evaluated the time interval required for wound healing using a standard wound with andwithout bovine saliva. The bovine saliva did interfere with a normal development of wound healing. -Histological evaluation was considered to parameters the effect of bovine saliva on woundhealing. The effect appear to be due to an increase collagen activity , consequently improving the T_ collagen matrix and enhancing the breaking strength by lysosomes with saliva

استخدم في هذه التجربة لعاب الابقار كاحد مواد التضميد بوضعة تجريبيا على الجروح المستحدثة في الجرذان من خلال تاثيره على عملية الترميم الظهاري وتقليص الجرح وتكوين نسيج حبيبي جديدتم تقييم الفترات الزمنية لالتئام الجروح من خلال استحداث جروح نموذجية باستعمال لعاب الابقار الذي يتداخل مع التطور الطبيعي لعملية الالتئاماظهر التقييم النسيجي تغيرات كبيرةلتاثير لعاب الابقار على التئام الجروح نتيجة الزيادة في الفعالية الكولاجينية اضافة الى زيادة في الوسادة الكولاجينيةوزيادة قوة التحطيم الاليسوسومي للعاب

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Bovine --- Saliva --- wound healing


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OIL EXTRACT OF LORANT H US E UROPE US SEEDS PROMOTES WOUND HEALING
المستخلص الزيتي لبذور نبات حب الدبق يشجع التئام الجروح

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The efficacy of oil extract of the seeds of Loranthus europeus on wound healing wasinvestigated. After the preparation of the oil extract, the oil ointment of L. europeus wasprepared. A preliminary biochemical analysis were carried out to find out the chemicalcontents of L. europeus oil extract. The study involved 18 male rabbits, they were dividedequally and randomly into 3 groups depending on post wounding biopsy: p(3'd,7Ih and l4‘hdaypost wounding). Two full thickness cut wounds were done on the both sides of shoulderregions( the left wound as control and the left as treated wound) of each group of animals.The treated and control wounds were treated continuously with (0.5mg) oil ointment andVaseline base respectively, for 14”‘ day twice a day. All wounds were evaluatemacroscopically which included "measurement of contraction rate, daily wound contraction,hyperemia, exudation and scab formation." and microscopically for "neutrophil, macrophageinfiltration, re-epithelization, fibroblast proliferation with collagen production and new bloodcapillary formation". ABoth macroscopic and microscopic results showed the efficacy of L europeus seeds inpromoting the healing process significantly as compared with control wounds (P<0.05). Theoil extract treated wounds showed significant increase in hyperemia, exudation and scabformation, neutrophils and macrophages infiltration, fibroblast proliferation with collagenproduction and formation of new epithelium (re-epithelization), contraction rate and dailywound contraction at 3”’ day post wounding, as compared with control wounds, but thesecategories showed reduction at 7”‘ day except in macrophages, re—epithelization and‘ fibroblast with collagen production which all showed significant increase at 7"‘ and 14"‘ dayspost wounding as compared with control wounds. The preliminary chemical analysis foroil extract showed the presence of Glycosides, Carbohydrates, Aldehydes & Ketones,Trifrepenoides groups, protein and Polysaccharides, while Alkaloides, Flavonoides andSaponins are absent.


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A comparison of wound healing activity following treatment with three types of Yemen's honey on excision wounds in rats: an animal model

Author: Dr. Nidhal Ali A. Wahid * د. نضال علي
Journal: MUSTANSIRIA DENTAL JOURNAL مجلة المستنصرية لطب الاسنان ISSN: 18138500 Year: 2007 Volume: 4 Issue: 1 Pages: 70-73
Publisher: Al-Mustansyriah University الجامعة المستنصرية

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Four groups of adult Wistar Kyoto rats each consist of 6 animals. The rats were experimentally wounded in the posterior neck area. Wounds of Group 1 rats were kept without treatment throughout the experiment. Wounds of Group 2, 3 and 4 were topically applied with fresh unprocessed Yemen's honey Al-Dawa'ani, Al-Jardani and Al-Jawahi, respectively. The rates of wound healing were assessed in all animals. Wounds treated with honey Al-Dawa'ani, Al-Jardani and Al-Jawahi, significantly healed earlier and much faster as compared to wound s of Group 1 animals. Wounds of Group 4 animals treated with honey Al-Jawa/H, significantly accelerate wound healing compared to wound treated with honey Al-Dawa'ani or Al-Jardani There were no significant differences between honey Al-Dawa'ani And honey 2 Al-Jardani in the term of duration of wound healing. Histologically, dermal wounds treated with honey Al-Dawa'ani, Al-Jardani and Al-Jawahi, were rapidly replaced by granulation tissue and advancing epithelialization compared to wound of Group 1 rats. These results indicated the beneficial effects of honey Al-Jawahi for the acceleration of wound healing process in rats.

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