Scientists may have found a whole fruit for speeding up the healing of burns, according to studies.
Burn is skin and skin tissue damage due to heat, cold, electricity, chemicals, friction, or radiation. The condition is the most prevalent injury in the household, particularly in children.
The liquid is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.
Researchers with an aim to develop a strategy for making the alginate base hydrogel components against burned wound infection examined the effect of honey in the biofilm forming bacteria colonization in burned patients.
The hydrogel was also the better healing activity in rats burned wound against the bacteria biofilm-forming bacteria colonization compared to the honey application.
Ras-induced burn wound selected to the study were randomly allocated into 4 experimental groups: control (C), PBM super pulsed 904 nm laser treated (PBMT), honey treated (HT) and combined treatment (CT).
The CT group demonstrated synergistically attenuated inflammation, pain and enhanced cell adhesion, migration compared to other treatment groups.
The findings strongly supports the use of the combination of medicinal honey and PBMT in accelerating the repair process of burn wounds.
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(1) Construction and analysis of alginate-based honey hydrogel as an ointment to heal of rat burn wound related infections by Mirzaei B1,2, Etemadian S3, Goli HR1, Bahonar S1, Gholami SA1, Karami P1, Farhadi M1, Tavakoli R. (PubMed)
(2) Combination of medicinal honey and 904 nm superpulsed laser-mediated photobiomodulation promotes healing and impedes inflammation, pain in full-thickness burn by Yadav A1, Verma S1, Keshri GK1, Gupta A. (PubMed)
(3) BURNS: FREQUENCY AND MORTALITY RELATED TO VARIOUS AGE GROUPS by Dr. ISHTIAQ AHMED CHAUDHARY