Matricaria Chamomilla Extract Improves Diabetic Wound Healing in Rat Models

@article{Nematollahi2019MatricariaCE,
  title={Matricaria Chamomilla Extract Improves Diabetic Wound Healing in Rat Models},
  author={Parisa Nematollahi and Nasrin Mohammadi Aref and Farzaneh Zahmatkesh Meimandi and Seyede Laya Rozei and Hamidreza Zare{\'e} and Seyyed Mohammad Javad Mirlohi and Shima Rafiee and Maryam Mohsenikia and Alireza Soleymani and Soheil Ashkani-Esfahani and Alireza Ebrahimi and Ali Noorafshan},
  journal={Trauma Monthly},
  year={2019}
}
Background: Diabetes mellitus (DM) has a broad spectrum of complications and comorbidities. Delayed wound healing is a major reason for infections and further life-threatening complications; the process of vascularization and tissue regeneration as well as anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant reactions of the body are impaired in DM. Matricaria Chamomilla (MC) is a herbal medicine which has antimicrobial, antioxidant and wound healing potentials. Objectives: In this study, these potentials are… Expand

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