Volume 24 (2021)
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Volume 1 (1997)
1. Comparing active Leptospermum honey dressing with conventional dressing in skin graft donor sites

Razieh Bokaiean; Mahnoush Momeni; Parisa Sabrjoo; Mostafa Dahmardehei; Maryam Roham; Hossein Rahber

Volume 21, Issue 1 , 2018, , Pages 1-6


  Background: Active Leptospermum honey has non-peroxide antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, rendering it suitable for wound healing. Leptospermum honey is endemic in New Zealand belonging to the manuka bush (Leptospermum scoparium). The objective of the present research was to compare the efficacy ...  Read More

2. Use of honey as a treatment for severe echtyma gangrenosum

Mohamed Oulad Saiad; Hamza Hokoumi; Mohamed el Bouaychi; Noureddine Rada; Ghizlane Draiss; Mohamed Bouskraoui

Volume 21, Issue 1 , 2018, , Pages 26-28


  For more than 25 years, honey has been employed to facilitate the healing of complex wounds with excellent results. Here, we report the case of a two-and-a-half-year-old agammaglobulinemia patient admitted in our unit for severe sepsis with extensive skin necrosis in the groin, penis and scrotum. An ...  Read More

3. Efficacy of combination of topical honey with intralesional injection of Gglucantime in the treatment of acute cutaneous Leishmaniasis

MA Nilforoush Zadeh; Sh Moradi; R Derakhshan; E Haft Baradaran; F Jafari

Volume 9, Issue 3 , 2006, , Pages 221-226

  Background and aim: Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is an edemic disease widely spread in Iran. Although several treatments have been tried, none has been found as simple and effective. Honey has been used in the treatment of chronic ulcers and its anti-leishmanial effects have also been reported. So we ...  Read More

4. Effects of two time per day topical application of honey on mast cells of full thickness skin wounds of rats

M Bayat

Volume 3, Issue 2 , 2000, , Pages 23-26

  Introduction: Positive effects of topical application of honey on open skin wounds have been observed, Mast cell are playing role in normal wound healing and its disturbances but the role of mast cells in wound healing in existence of honey is uncertain. Objective: The aim of this investigation was to ...  Read More