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Review Article Volume 6 Issue 8

Impact of Antibacterial Films in Wound Healing: Literature Review

Anurag Kumar Verma1* and Amresh Gupta2

1Research Scholar, Goel Institute of Pharmacy and Sciences, Lucknow (UP), India
2Faculty, Goel Institute of Pharmacy and Sciences, Lucknow (UP), India

*Corresponding Author: Anurag Kumar Verma, Research Scholar, Goel Institute of Pharmacy and Sciences, Lucknow (UP), India.

Received: May 24, 2022; Published: July 03, 2022

Abstract

Antimicrobial films and coatings have revolutionized the concept of active packaging by reducing, inhibiting, or stopping the development of microbes on food surfaces. This review was designed to unfold the facts about antibacterial films, polymers used, wound healing mechanism, parameters of evaluation and applications. Early in the inflammatory stage, attempts to restore the damage caused by local aggression begin. Finally, they result in repair, which is the replacement of specialised structures caused by collagen deposition, and regeneration, which is the process of cell multiplication and posterior differentiation by existing cells in the tissues and/or stem cells. Inflammatory reaction, cell proliferation, and synthesis of the extracellular matrix elements, as well as the post-healing period, known as remodelling, are the stages of cell and biochemical actions in wound repair. This review consists an extensive survey of literature from the Scopus, PubMed, Springer Nature and other international reputed sources. Foodborne pathogens and other germs on food surfaces are reduced, inhibited, or stopped with this approach. An extensive interaction between the product and the antimicrobial ingredient is required in these circumstances. Antimicrobial agents are chosen based on their ability to kill a specific microorganism. Food product properties include pH, water activity, content and storage conditions. Antimicrobial packaging in films reduces microbial development on food surfaces by bringing the packaging material into direct touch with the food surface. It concludes that formulation of antibacterial films is very promising research domain due to its diverse beneficial properties and easy to use.

Keywords: Antibacterial Film; Wound Healing; Review; Application; Polymer

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Citation

Citation: Anurag Kumar Verma and Amresh Gupta. “Impact of Antibacterial Films in Wound Healing: Literature Review". Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences 6.8 (2022): 16-21.

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Copyright: © 2022 Anurag Kumar Verma and Amresh Gupta. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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