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Articles by A. A. Mahmood
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. A. Mahmood
  Salmah I., , A. A. Mahmood and M. Y. Kamaruddin
  Three groups of adult male Sprague Dawley rats each consist of ten animals. All animals were experimentally wounded in the posterior neck area. Pure unboiled honey was applied topically to wounds of Group 1 and Group 2 animals. In addition Group 1 also received oral administration of honey. Group 3 served as a control group and their wounds were dressed with saline solution only. The effects of honey on the rate of wound healing and rate of infections were assessed. Wounds treated with honey showed clean and remain sterile and healed earlier and much faster as compared to control group. Animals received honey topically and orally (Group 1) also showed wound healed early as compared with animals received honey topically only (Group 2). This was indicated by improve rates of contraction and a decreased period of epithelialization and result in minimal scar formation. These results strongly document the beneficial effects of honey for the acceleration of wound healing process, minimal scar formation, and the rates of wounds sterility.
  A. A. Mahmood , K. Sidik , K. A. R. Suzainur , M. Indran and I. Salmah
  Four groups of adult male Sprague Dawley rats each consist of ten animals. All animals were experimentally wounded in the posterior neck area. Normal saline was applied topically to wounds of Group 1 as a negative control and pure un-boiled honey was applied topically to wounds of Group 2 animals. Wounds of Group 3 rats were treated with honey in combined with Chromolaena odorata aqueous leave extract. Group 4 rats act as positive control and treated with solcoseryl - Jelly. The effects of vehicles on the rate of wound healing and rate of infections were assessed. Wounds treated with honey alone or honey in combination with plant extracts and solcoseryl –Jelly showed clean and remain sterile and significantly healed earlier and much faster as compared to wounds treated with normal saline (Group 1). Wounds treated with solcosery – Jelly or honey in combination with plant extract also showed significantly earlier healing than honey alone There were no significant differences in wound healing rate between plant extract and solcoseryl - Jelly. This was indicated by improve rates of contraction and a decreased period of epithelialization and result in minimal scar formation. These results strongly document the beneficial effects of honey in combined with this extract for the acceleration of wound healing process, minimal scar formation, and the rates of wounds sterility.
 
 
 
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