Research Article
Volume 4 Issue 1 - 2021
Comparative Study: Topical Application of Zinc Oxide and Low-Level Laser Therapy in Subcutaneous Wound Repair of Rats
Fahime Oukati Sadegh1, Muhammad Asif2, Muhammad Riaz Baig Chughtai3, Hina Khan4*, Vinod Kumar5 and Nouman Issani5
1Ofogh Physiotherapy Clinical, Mashhad, Iran
2Professor, Isra Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan
3Principal, College of Physical therapy, JPMC, Karachi, Pakistan
4Associate Professor of Anatomy, Deputy Director Research and PG Affairs, Al-Tibri Medical College and Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan
5Assistant Professor, Isra Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan
*Corresponding Author: Hina Khan, Associate Professor of Anatomy, Deputy Director Research and PG Affairs, Al-Tibri Medical College and Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan.
Received: October 27, 2020; Published: November 29, 2020




Abstract

Objective of the Study: To evaluate the Healing effects with topical application of zinc oxide and Low laser therapy in subcutaneous wound of rats.

Study Design: Experimental study.

Place and Duration of the Study: The study was done from March 2018 to November 2018 at Isra Institute of rehabilitation Sciences, Isra University Karachi Campus.

Materials and Methods: After taken an ethical consideration of concerned institute, total 27 numbers of male rats were selected on the basis of randomized sampling. Total numbers of male albino rats with a weight between 150 to 250 gms were equally divided into three groups based on the topical application of therapeutic agents. Group A (Control Group) received normal saline topically once daily. Group B was given a topical application of 20% Zinc oxide once daily for 14 days. Group C was subjected to Low-level laser therapy 4 j/cm2 once daily for 30 seconds. The wound was created on the dorsal surface of rats 2 x 2 cm2 after giving anesthesia with ethanol, and the size of the wound measured with the help of normal scale. For assessment, the photograph of the wound was taken by a DSLR camera. Data were analyzed by applying One-way ANOVA to evaluate the differences between the Mean of wound size among the different groups. P =0.05 took the level of significance.

Results: Low-level Laser Therapy showed rapid healing effects as compared to zinc oxide with significant anti-inflammatory response.

Conclusion: Low-level Laser Therapy evidenced the rapid healing effects on different days of sampling as compared to other therapeutic groups.

Keywords: Wound; Zinc Oxide; Low-Level-Laser

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Citation: Hina Khan., et al. “Comparative Study: Topical Application of Zinc Oxide and Low-Level Laser Therapy in Subcutaneous Wound Repair of Rats”. EC Clinical and Experimental Anatomy 4.1 (2020): 17-21.

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