Shamim Mollazadehghomi

Department of Cellular and Molecular research, Qazvin University of Medical Sciences, Qazvin, Iran


  • Research Article   

    Author(s): Davoud Abbasiazar45570, Shamim Mollazadehghomi45571, Arghavan Javadi45572, Shahram Darabi45573, Shabnam Mollazadehghomi45574 and Hossien Abdali45575*

    Background: Nowadays, wound healing is one of the main problems of patients. Therefore, extensive research is underway to discover mechanisms associated with non-scarring of wounds. Using amniotic fluid and laser may potentially play a key role in wound healing and scar reduction due to its presence in tissue growth and repair agents. Aim: The present study evaluated the effect of Bovine Amniotic Fluid-derived cream (BFA) and Low-Power Laser (LPL) on accelerating skin wound healing and reducing scarring in an animal model. Methods: Therefore, 72 male Wistar rats were randomly divided into three groups (each group: 24). A wound 6 mm in diameter was then inflicted on the rats’ backs. In the first group that was the control group, the wound was only used. Moreover, a BFA was implemented for the second group, and.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.31858/0975-8453.13.11.778-784

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