effect of Silver Nanoparticle Induced Diabetic on Wound Healing Full Thickness Pseudomonas aeruginosa Contaminated Mouse Skin Wound Models

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Thamer Mutlag Jasim
Abas Adel Latif

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This research was considered to evaluate the antidiabetic effect of silver nanoparticle (AgNps)and following experimental diabetic. In the present study. Thirty healthy swiss mice aged between 7-8 weeks, old male mice and divided into six groups of five animals. Diabetic induced mice by using intraperitoneal (IP) injection of alloxan (180 mg lkg). Group 1 included non diabetic control, Group 2 Diabetic, Group 3 Diabetic +0.01 mg AgNps Group 4 Diabetic +0.05 AgNps, Group 5 Diabetic+ wound contaminated with Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Group 6 ( diabetic +contaminated wound + silver nanoparticle (Ag Nps). Silver nanoparticle show ample antibacterial activities. The result of the current study introduced an invivo silvernanoparticle accelerate by effects on the treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infected skin wound. The present study was conducted to synthesis the AgNps biologically and evaluate its antibacterial activity against Pseudomonas aeruginosa diabetes induced by Alloxan in mice. Adminstration of silver nanoparticle resulted in significance antidiabetic effects that is is improved glucose tolerance higher source. The current study results are presented for the first time which suggest for the development of AgNps as anantdiabetic factor in future. The broad spectrum of bioactivity of AgNPs makes them promising agent not only to fight infection, but to sterile the wound and accelerate wound healing. There were significant higher wound healing scores in Nanoparticle treated group. Compared with control group. These result suggest that nanoparticle may be useful in diabetic wound healing. Treatment with asingle dose of AGNPs produced amild reduction in blood glucose and some reduction in plasma insulin at 2 h.The present results revealed the potential of the synthesized Ag-NPs as safer bactericidal agents for the treatment of diabetes induced wound contaminated with P.aeruginosa.

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