Singh KK, Patle DR, US Paikra.
Singh K.K.1 , Patle D.R.2 , U. S. Paikra3
1Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Jagdalpur (C.G.)
2Professor and HOD, Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Jagdalpur (C.G.)
3Dean, Government Medical College, Jagdalpur (C.G.)
Volume - 7,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2015
Background : Wound healing continues to attract great attention of clinical and experimental investigators. There are ample evidence of those unfading interest in the innumerable review that keep coming up in the literature. Aims and objective to evaluate the effectiveness of Haemocoagulase in wound healing processes and make some recommendations if any?
Material and Methods : There were fifty patients admitted for various ailments had to undergo surgical procedures. Haemocoagulase was used for enhancing the wound healing.
Results : There were 08.33% cases where gapping was noted when Haemocoagulase was instilled S/C and in 20.00% when administered I/M. Gapping was lowest i.e. only in 06.25% cases in combined sites. There was no discharge in all the three levels of instillation. It proved that Haemocoagulase when administered in combined sites i.e. I/M + S/C. it is more useful in comparison to alone i.e. either S/C or I/M.
Cite this article:
Singh KK, Patle DR, US Paikra. Effectiveness of Haemocoagulase in Wound Healing Process. Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2015; 7(4): 161-162. doi: 10.5958/2321-5836.2015.00031.2