Exploration of Wound Healing Activity of Polyherbal Formulation
The present study was prepared wound healing activity of polyherbal formulation (lablab purpureous, Nerium indicum, Tebernamontana derivitacate) in Wister rat in excision and insision wound model. The appropriate gel formulation applied on tropically. Wound healing was monitored on Days 4, 8,12 and 16 days. and histological evaluation was carried out on the samples. The wound area of each animal was measured at the intervals of 24-48 hrs using transparent polythene graph paper and then tracing the area of wound on it. Contraction was calculated from the days of measurements of wound area.
Keywords: Poly herbal formulation, Wound healing, Wound contraction.
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