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   Wound Healing Potential of Topical Amlodipine in Full Thickness Wound of Rabbit  
   
نویسنده Hemmati Ali Asghar ,Mojiri Forushani Hoda ,Mohammad Asgari Hossein
منبع Jundishapur Journal Of Natural Pharmaceutical Products - 2014 - دوره : 9 - شماره : 3 - صفحه:1 -4
چکیده    Background: wound healing is a complicated and integrated process. researches have indicated the wound healing effects of calcium channel blockers in animal models in recent years. objectives: the aim of this study was to evaluate the wound-healing activity of amlodipine as a calcium channel blocker and combination of amlodipine with phenytoin on excisional cutaneous wound models in rabbit. materials and methods: animals were divided into 5 groups (n = 5). the control group was treated topically with eucerin. the untreated control group received no healing agent. the reference standard group was treated with phenytoin1%. a treatment group was treated with amlodipine 1%. the last group was treated with combination of amlodipine1% and phenytoin 1%. results: results indicated significant difference between days needed for complete healing in both of the treatment groups. wound closure was completed on 13th day and 9th day in amlodipine and combination groups respectively. conclusions: in conclusion,calcium channel blockers can be used to enhance wound healing,especially if this treatment becomes with phenytoin. further studies are needed to find out the mechanism of this healing effect. © 2014,school of pharmacy,ahvaz jundishapur university of medical sciences.
کلیدواژه Wound Healing; Calcium Channel Blocker; Amlodipine; Phenytoin; Rabbits
آدرس Ahvaz Jundishapur University Of Medical Sciences, School Of Pharmacy,The Physiology Research Center, ایران, Ahvaz Jundishapur University Of Medical Sciences, School Of Pharmacy,The Physiology Research Center, ایران, Khoramshahr Marine Science And Technology University, School Of Natural Resources, ایران
 
     
   
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