• Medicine
  • Published 2000

Biochemical Study on The Efficacy of Malaysian Honey on Inflicted wounds : An Animal Model

@inproceedings{Aljady2000BiochemicalSO,
  title={Biochemical Study on The Efficacy of Malaysian Honey on Inflicted wounds : An Animal Model},
  author={A. M. Aljady and M. Y. Kamaruddin and Alsharif Mohd Jamal and Masnizah Mohd},
  year={2000}
}
SUMMARY: The efficacy of Malaysian honey on the healing of wounds in Sprague-Dawley ratswas investigated on the basis of biophysical and biochemical changes. Equidimensional full-thicknessexcision wounds were created on the back of each animal and treated either by topical applicationor by a combination of topical and oral administration of honey. Control animals received onlysaline. Development of wound healing was evaluated by measuring the rates of wound contraction andepithelialization… CONTINUE READING

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