Effects of Flaxseed Oil and Olive Oil on Markers of Inflammation and Wound Healing in Burn Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Atefeh Ghanbari; Sanaz Masoumi; Ehsan Kazemnejadleili; Marjan Mahdavi-Roshan; MohammadReza Mobayen

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 32-40

  Objectives: To study the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of flaxseed oil and olive oil on inflammatorymarkers for facilitating wound healing.Methods: One hundred and twelve patients were randomly selected to four groups with a total burn surfacearea (TBSA) of 20-50%. The four groups includes ...  Read More

Scrub Sponge as A Wound Debridement Device

Mehdi Ayaz

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 96-100

  Introduction: Wound debridement is necessary before skin grafting or wound closure. Inappropriate wound bed preparation will led to graft rejection and sometimes catastrophic results, especially in large wounds,. Usage of popular debridement and excision devices such as dermatomes has some ...  Read More

Evaluation of the Effect of Titatnium Dioxide Nanoparticles/Gelatin Composite on Infected Skin Wound Healing; An Animal Model Study

Amin Nikpasand; mohammad reza parvizi

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 366-372

  Objective: To evaluate effects of titanium dioxide /gelatin nanocomposite on wound healing in mice as a model study. Methods: Fifty male rats were randomized into five groups of ten animals each. In group I, 0.1 mL sterile saline 0.9% solution was added to the wounds with no infection.  In group ...  Read More

Effects of Aloe Vera and Chitosan Nanoparticle Thin-Film Membranes on Wound Healing in Full Thickness Infected Wounds with Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

Reza Ranjbar; Alireza Yousefi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 8-15

  Objective: To assess effect of Aleo vera with chitosan nanoparticle biofilm on wound healing in full thickness infected wounds with antibiotic resistant gram positive bacteria.Method: Thirty rats were randomized into five groups of six rats each. Group I: Animals with uninfected wounds treated with 0.9% ...  Read More