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Articles by Salmah, A.A. Mahmood
Total Records ( 2 ) for Salmah, A.A. Mahmood
  Salmah, A.A. Mahmood and K. Sidik
  Wound healing activities of sweet basil was studies on cutaneous excision wounds in rats. Three groups of male Sprague Dawley rats each consist of 6 animals. Rats were placed individually in cages and all animals were experimentally wounded in the posterior neck area. Pure un-boiled honey was applied topically to wounds of Group 1 animals. Wounds of Group 2 rats were treated with honey in combination with O. basilicum L. alcoholic leave extract and solcoseryl - jelly was applied topically to wounds of Group 3 animals. The effects of vehicles on the rate of wound infections and on the rate of wound healing were assessed. Wounds of all groups of animals showed clean and remain sterile throughout the experiment. Wounds treated with honey in combination with plant extract and those treated with solcosery – jelly significantly (p<0.05) accelerates wound healing compared to wounds treated with honey alone. These results strongly document the beneficial effects of plant extract for the acceleration of wound healing process and the rates of wounds sterility.
  Salmah, A.A. Mahmood , K. Sidik , M.H.M. Nazmul , K.A.R. Suzainur and M. Indran
  The present work was done to investigate the possible effects of honey alone or in combination with each of Nicotiana tabacum L. leaves or Punica granatum L. fruit shells on the rate of wound healing process and on the rate of wound infection in rats. Three groups of adult male Sprague Dawley rats each group consist of six animals. All animals were experimentally wounded in the posterior neck area. Pure unboiled honey was applied topically to Group 1, whereas honey in combination with each of N. tabacum L. or P. granatum L. were used for dressing of group 2 and group 3, respectively. Wounds treated with honey in combination with each N. tabacum L. or P. granatum L. healed significantly (P<0.05) earlier than that treated with honey alone. All wounds showed clean and remain sterile until complete healing. These results strongly document the beneficial effects of honey in combination with each of N. tabacum L. or P. granatum L. for the acceleration of wound healing process, minimal scar formation and the rates of wounds sterility.
 
 
 
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