RECENT TRENDS IN WOUND CARE HERBAL FORMULATIONS: META ANALYSIS AND SYSTEMATIC REVIEWAbstract
Wound healing is a normal and common process that typically involves overlapping roles to increase normal activity by increasing neutrophils. The healing process can be managed by using natural substances that have therapeutic properties. The activity of numerous proteins and their regulation by genes orchestrate a healing performance like no other. The present study is to learn about the recent advances and groundbreaking research into herbal formulations for wound healing. Searching Scopus, PubMed, Science Direct, Cochrane Library, Medicine, and Google Scholar for herbal formulations of pharmaceuticals yielded the greatest results. Prisma analysis was used to identify exclusions in RCTs and cohort studies, while CMA performed a meta-analysis. Two reviews were rated on a 3-item, 5-point scale. Subgroup analysis is done to maximize competitive advantages to check for bias. Herbal wound healing formulations have 682 clinical studies. After duplication, 233 records were omitted from the result array, and 22 out of 89 articles were essential. Descriptive and analytical analyses of 16 clinical trials. Consider high, medium, and low bias risks to evaluate the original study potential. By the original study’s conclusion, botany students will be more equipped to evaluate wound types, molecules, and potential for bias. Herbal and medicinal botany knowledge is necessary but not essential because the research does not center on therapeutic interventions. This study shows that you need to know about molecular biology to successfully use current herbal wound healing formulas.
Satish Dubey, Akanksha Singh, Kundan Kumar Ojha, Barkha Kumari, Priyanka Kumari, Shilpa Vinodia, Mery Aradhna Bara and Ashwini Kumar Dixit *
Department of Botany, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India.
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