Greener Journal of Biomedical and Health Sciences
Vol. 4(1), pp. 11-18, 2019
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Overview of Dalethyne and other Topical Antiseptics for Wound Care
Kayapan Satya Dharshan
Apartment Puri Casablanca #b36-05, JL Puri Casablanca no 1, Jakarta 12870, Indonesia
Article No.: 010119001
A cascade of enzymes acting in union is involved in the natural wound healing pharmacology of humans making the process a lengthy one. This in turns necessitates new synthetic molecules effective in accelerating the wound healing process. The present review provides an overview of wound healing potential of the traditionally known compounds together with a comparison of the activity of the conventional compounds with respect to the dalethyne derivatives. Additionally, the present review summarises the antiseptic and the anti-microbial action of the conventional wound healing agents together with a comparison with the dalethyne derivatives. The review further indicates that the Dalethyne derivatives exhibit potent wound healing activity with respect to the traditionally known components which is attributed to their conducive anti-microbial action. However, the present review is an exhaustive one and also refers to some of the experimental data which has been observed in present laboratory experiments.
Kayapan Satya Dharshan
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Dalethyne, antiseptic, anti-microbial, wound healing
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Cite this Article: Dharshan KS (2019). Overview of Dalethyne and other Topical Antiseptics for Wound Care. Greener Journal of Biomedical and Health Sciences, 4(1), 11-18, http://doi.org/10.15580/GJBHS.2019.1.010119001.
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