In the present study ointments containing cow urine concentrate were prepared and tested for their wound healing activity. The concentrate was obtained by distilling cow urine. Excision wound was produced in rats by removing the skin with the help of a sterilised blade under ether anaesthesia by making a mark with the help of coin. The ointments were applied daily for a period of 18 days. The diameter of the wound contraction was measured and compared with standard nitrofurazone ointment treated animals.
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S.P. Wate, D.B. Raut, N.J. Duragkar M.R. Tajne. Wound Healing Effect of Ointments Containing Cow Urine Concentrate on Rats. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 4(5): May 2011; Page 748-749.