Complex treatment of experimental purulent wound of soft tissues
Objective. To study the impact of estrogens and liposomes on course of healing process in purulent wounds of soft tissues in experiment.
Маterials and methods. Еxperimental investigation was done on 21 sheep. In the laboratory animals purulent-inflammatory process was simulated. Тhe laboratory animals were distributed into two groups: a control - 6 sheep and investigated - 15. All the animals obtained conventional therapy. In laboratory animals of the investigated group estrogens and liposomes were added to complex of the conventional treatment measures. The healing process course was controlled, using cytological, biochemical, planimetric and mathematic-statistical methods of investigation.
Results. Application of combined estrogen-liposomal therapy in complex treatment of experimental purulent wound of soft tissues have enhanced the levels of оxyprolene, ribonucleic and deoxyribonucleic acids in the wound area, raised a value of estradiol/testosteronic index, accelerated the wound cleansing, the granulations creation and shortened the wound healing process by (2.12 ± 0.24) days.
Conclusion. Including of estrogens and liposomes into the treatment complex for experimental purulent wound of soft tissues enhances cellular biosynthetic activity, activity of reparative processes in the wound area, accelerates the wound cleansing and the granulation creation, shortens the wound healing process and may be applied for improvement of the purulent wounds treatment in elderly and senile patients.
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