Can Thermal Water Be an Alternative Treatment Method for Wound Healing?

Mustafa ERSÖZ, Ahmet Koç, Pelin Acar Ulutaş, Ferhan Şerefoğlu

Abstract


The research is carried out to determine the effect of thermal water on wound healing. The research is carried out on twenty experimental rats. The rats are divided into two groups as control group (10 units) and study (10 units) group. Both groups were worked synchronous. The study (10 units) group was treated with thermal water and it was provided to contact with water of the wound surfaces. Control group was fed with normal water. As a result of the research, it was revealed that there are differences between two groups in histological and observational surveys. The findings that are obtained were analyzed statistically. It was observed that is statistically significant wound healing differences between the groups. According to the results and observations, it can be said that this thermal water is an effective role in wound healing.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jbls.v8i2.10865

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