The Effects of Topically Applied Nitrofurazone and Rifamycin on Wound Healing

Mutlu Saydam, MD; Sarper Yilmaz, MD; Ergin Seven, MD; Ali Riza Erçöçen, MD; Serkan Saydam, PhD; Hafize Sezer, PhD

Disclosures

Wounds. 2006;18(3):71-76. 

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Conclusion

When nitrofurazone and rifamycin are combined, many advantages become apparent. The antibacterial spectrum increases, the risk of drug resistance development decreases, and, based on the present study, the risk of wound healing delay decreases.

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