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[Algemeen] Clinical review Ingredients Mesitran
The following articles present an overview of the applications of natural therapeutic agents and focus in particular on honey as a treatment for chronic and acute wounds. In Part I, the first in a series of four articles provides an insight into some of the natural products that are used in wound care, including honey. This is followed by a review of recent clinical literature relating to the use of honey in the treatment of a variety of wounds.
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[Aloe vera] Aloe Vera and wound Healing
It is surprising that the evident healing effects of aloe vera can be produced by such a small quantity of solid material. Some people believe that there is a synergistic action between all the component ingredients, giving a result which is greater than the sum of the individual actions. The combined action of all herbal preparations taken from whole stems, roots, leaves or fruits containing huge numbers, but very small amounts of phyto-chemicals, stretches the boundaries of the conventional medicinal paradigm.
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[Aloe Vera] Statement on Aloe Vera
Can Aloe vera cause an allergic reaction? This question arises from a handful of adverse reaction reports spanning five decades
of aloe use and literally millions of consumers. The few adverse reactions reported are thought to be caused by chronic exposure to high levels of the latex of aloe which contains a family of compounds known as anthraquinones.
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[Calendula] Calendula Bulgarije 1982
The wounds were covered with 5% unguentum containing fractions C1 and C5, isolated from the flowers of Calendula officinalis belonging to fam. Compositae, in combination with allantoin. Epithelization has been determined in dynamics as a percentage compared with the beginning of the experiment, using the formula (formula: see text), where t is the wound surface in mm2 and n is the respective day after the beginning of the experiment.
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[Medilan] Medilan article Stone 2000
The hypoallergenic nature of Medilan combined with its soothing and hydrating properties make it a valuable ingredient in emollient preparations used to treat eczema and other dry skin conditions.
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[Medilan] Medilan Hype or hypersensitivity
At Wycombe General Hospital most of the patients were derived from the leg ulcer clinic where the incidence of lanolin sensitivity is known te be high. The result of this clinical trail was just one positive patch-test reaction out of the 149 tests carried out - a reduction of over 99% amongst the lanoline sensitive population.
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[Medilan] Medilan lanoline and EGF
We found that most of the statistically significant enhancement of the epithelization rate, thickness of the dermis, and higher cell count in the dermis were attributed to the effect of lanolin cream alone.
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[Vitamins] Addition of antioxidants and PEG4000
A prospective study was carried out in two groups of randomly allocated patients with partial-thickness burns to compare the effect of honey alone with that of honey fortified with antioxidants (vitamin C and vitamin E) and polyethylene glycol Bums treated with honey plus antioxidants and PEG healed earlier than those treated with honey alone (mean 8.3). In this study the addition of antioxidants and PEG accelerated the healing properties of honey in burns.
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[Vitamins] Viamint E and wounds Chvapil 1987
With increasing levels of vitamin E there was an increase in the breaking strength of wounds (Y = 360.0 + 0.64 X, SE = 0.27, p less than 0.01). This study provides evidence suggesting that vitamin E may help normalize the breaking strength of wounds that receive preoperative irradiation.
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[Zincoxide] Waarde van ZinkOxide EWMA Journal 2001
Zinc oxide is a common ingredient in bandages for wound management. Experimental studies have demonstrated beneficial effects of topical zinc oxide on the restoration of epithelium during wound repair by as yet unknown mechanisms of action. In this study, zincoxide was found to up-regulate one growth factor (insulin-like growth factor-1) and matrix metalloproteinase activity several fold in standardised.porcine wounds. These findings indicate that zinc oxide promotes epithelialisation by enhancing endogenous growth factors and enzymes important for epithelial proliferation and migration.
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[Zincoxide] Zinc oxide good for wounds Chvapil 1991
Our results show that topical zinc oxide enhances re-epithelialization of partial-thickness wounds in nutritionally balanced pigs and that the mode of delivery of zinc is probably critical for achieving the beneficial healing effect of zinc.
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