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There are some medications and procedures that can be used to accelerate the healing of skin wounds.
Some studies have demonstrated improvement of burn wound healing with honey treatment. In other hand, based on traditional medicine have improved wound healing with animal oil. This study was done to compare the efficacy of animal oil and honey in accelerating healing of full thickness wound of skin in mice. In this experimental study 36 male NMRI mice were subjected to full-thickness skin wounds under general anesthesia.
On 4 th7th and 10th days, four mice from each group were sacrificed using an overdose of anesthetic. Macroscopic and Microscopic characteristic of wounds were studied pathologically and histologically.
The findings of this study showed that formation of granulation tissue, density and activation of fibroblasts, keratinization in surface of wound and thickness of basement membrane and epidermis in Honey treatment group was more than animal oil group.
Honey more than animal oil decreased inflammation, edema heeridas dehiscence of wound in mice. This study showed that honey more than ciactrizacion oil accelerates ve of full thickness wound of skin in mice. Honey; Animal oil; Wound healing; Skin; Mice. En este estudio experimental 36 ratones NMRI machos fueron sometidos a heridas de piel de espesor total bajo anestesia general.
Maintaining skin integrity is vital for human and animals to protect the organism against dehydration, bleeding and ingress of microorganisms. In order to do this, animals evolved a sophisticated mechanism of wound healing to quickly plug the gap, re-epithelialize over the defect and rapidly replace the lost dermis with new matrix.
The increased interest in complementary therapies has led to the investigation of products traditionally believed to have hefidas beneficial effect in wound healing. Several studies have demonstrated improved wound healing with traditional medicinal oils treatment Dursun et al. Many of the authors reporting the use of honey as a dressing on infected wounds attribute its cicatrizaciom at least partly to its antibacterial properties Farouk et al.
Others have reported that honey promotes the formation of clean healthy granulation tissue Efem, ; Wadi et al.
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Thus it helps skin regenerate, making plastic surgery unnecessary Efem, ; Hejase et al. Honey has heridad reported to reduce inflammation Yang,edema and exudation Subrahmanyam, However, there is a tendency for some practitioners to dismiss out of hand any suggestion that treatment with honey is worthy of consideration as a remedy in modern medicine. An editorial in Archives of Internal Medicine assigned honey to the category of “worthless but harmless substances” Soffer, Based on studies that have demonstrated improved burn wound healing with honey treatment and based on traditional medicine have demonstrated improved wound healing with traditional medicinal oil, we anticipated that honey and animal oil will accelerated healing of full thickness wound of skin.
The aim of this experimental study was to compare the efficacy of animal oil and honey in accelerating healing of full thickness cicatrizcion of skin in mice.
Under general anesthesia a 2-mm full thickness wound was made on the back of the skin of each animal in this group. On the 4 th7 thand 10 th day of operation, four mice separate from each group and received an overdose of ether anesthesia.
After fixation, routine processes of tissue preparation including dehydration, clearing and infiltration was performed. Specimens were then embedded in paraffin blocks.
The section were studied by one dermatologist and two pathologist who were blind to the treatment of each groups. The study of sections included; cicatrizacuon gross pathology for the presence of infections, dehiscence and repair; 2 histological evaluations of wound site for the degree of healing.
Microscopic features of wounds on day 4.
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Formation of granulation tissue, density and activation of fibroblasts, keratinization in surface of wound and thickness of basal membrane and epidermis on day 4 Also Honey more than animal oil decreased inflammation, edema and dehiscence on day 4 Table IFig. Degree of inflammation of wounds in animal oil group was more than honey group on day 4. Inflammation Degree of wounds in control group was more than animal oil group. Microscopic features of wounds on day 7. Honey treatment more than animal oil treatment increased: Degree of inflammation of wounds in animal oil group was more than honey group on day 7.
Also Degree of inflammation of wounds in control group was ueridas than animal oil group. Microscopic features of wounds on day Density and activation cicatriacion fibroblasts, keratinization in surface of wound, thickness of basement membrane and epidermis and thickness of collagen fibers increased in Honey cicarrizacion more than animal oil group on day Also inflammation of wounds was absent in honey and animal oil groups.
Furthermore Degree of inflammation of wounds in control group on day 10 was less than on day 7. This study showed that formation of granulation tissue, density and activation of fibroblasts, keratinization in surface of wound, thickness of epidermis and thickness of collagen fiber increased in honey group in comparison with animal oil group. These results are similar to other studies Efem, ; Subrahmanyam, ; Subrahmanyam, ; Wadi et al.
According to our results honey decreased infection, inflammation, edema and dehiscence. Our findings showed that the rapidity of healing is higher in honey group in comparison with animal oil group. In a study, Lusby et al. Our study showed similarfindings in animal model. These findings suggest that honey applied topically on cutaneous wounds accelerates the healing processes and appears to have an important property that makes it ideal as heridqs dressing for cutaneous wounds.
Furthermore, Staunton reported that honey accelerates healing because of its direct effects on tissue and antibacterial properties. In addition, dressings with honey can be changed relatively infrequently. Honey decreases inflammatory edema, hastens sloughing of devitalized tissue, attracts macrophages which cleanse the wound, provides a local cellular energy civatrizacion, and protectively covers the wound.
A high osmolarity, acidity, and hydrogen peroxide content confer honey with antibacterial properties. Here we describe the use of honey to manage a bite wound in a stumptail cicatrizcion Staunton et al. Also Mphande et al.
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Efem in a study reported that honey debrided wounds rapidly, replacing sloughs with granulation tissue. It also promoted rapid epithelialization, and absorption of oedema from around the ulcer margins. An editorial note assigned honey to the category of “worthless but harmless substances” Soffer. Wister mice were used in which a block of tissue was excised, and were afterward infected with Escherichia coli. Once the wounds presented abscess collection, the animals were assigned to one of the groups of study: There was not difference among the groups of study with regard to the wound diameter, inflammatory response, formation of granulation tissue, epithelization and fibroblast cicatrizavion.
Nevertheless the extra hefidas matrix was more compact in the group I. Pervious reports have shown usage of honey, focused on the treatment of shallow wounds such as from burn injury or superficial ulcers Harris, ; Misirlioglu cicahrizacion al.
In this study we have shown that honey can be used in deeply wound and honey more than animal oil accelerates healing of full thickness wound of skin in mice. Three key ingredients in honey are responsible for its wound-healing capabilities: I Honey has high sugar content.
Sugar absorbs moisture in wounds, making it difficult for bacteria to survive. Honey is mostly glucose and fructose. These sugars are strongly attracted to water, forming viscous syrup. When spread on a wound, honey absorbs water and body fluids, thus desiccating bacteria and fungi and re their growth. II Many kinds of honey are high in hydrogen peroxide, a common household disinfectant.
Raw honey contains glucose oxidase, an enzyme that, in the presence of a little water, produces hydrogen peroxide. III Honey also contains bee pollen, enzymes and propolis, which can stimulate new tissue growth. We concluded that honey more vicatrizacion animal oil accelerates healing of full thickness wound of skin in mice. However, further clinical trial studies will need to be carried out on human wounds. The authors thank from Birjand University of Medical Sciences for the financial support and Special thanks to Miss Lotfi for assistance in the animal house and Mr.
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