Synergistic effect of bismuth subgallate and borneol, the major components of Sulbogin, on the healing of skin wound.

@article{Mai2003SynergisticEO,
  title={Synergistic effect of bismuth subgallate and borneol, the major components of Sulbogin, on the healing of skin wound.},
  author={Lee-Min Mai and Chia-Yen Lin and Chia-Yen Chen and Y P Tsai},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2003},
  volume={24 18},
  pages={3005-12}
}
Most skin lesions heal delay and even heal efficiently within 1-2 weeks, the healed tissue is neither aesthetically nor functionally perfect. Therefore, facilitating skin healing rate and controlling healed skin quality are major aims of drug treatment for a wound event. Bismuth subgallate (BS) and Borneol (BO) are the two components of Sulbogin, a new Vaseline-based wound healing ointment, one for treating skin wounds. Although BO has antibiotic function, while BS is widely used clinically… CONTINUE READING

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