Journal of Immunology Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Efficiency of Multiparticulate Delivery Systems Loaded with Flufenamic Acid Designed for Burn Wound Healing Applications

Table 3

The variation of the red blood cell level, hemoglobin, and erythrocyte indices after experimentally induced burns to Wistar rats and treated with biopolymeric spongious matrices loaded with FA.

RBC (×106/μl)
Media ± SD
HGB (g/dl)
Media ± SD
HCT (%)
Media ± SD
MCV (fl)
Media ± SD
MCH (pg/cel)
Media ± SD
MCHC (g/dl)
Media ± SD
RDW
Media ± SD

M18.44±0.415.40±0.741.60±1.049.33±3.118.20±0.236.97±2.418.07±0.4
M28.06±0.515.03±0.140.01±1.949.67±1.718.73±1.237.67±1.718.23±0.3
M38.26±0.115.07±1.141.01±2.449.33±3.418.10±0.936.67±3.217.63±0.5
M48.26±1.115.87±0.839.59±4.948.33±3.518.77±1.639.23±3.318.50±0.8
M58.58±0.415.17±0.741.03±1.847.67±2.117.67±1.037.03±3.118.63±0.2
Control8.04±0.415.47±1.138.32±2.547.67±0.619.20±0.537.32±5.318.42±0.7
Negative control8.10±0.815.43±1.238.32±2.447.33±2.119.03±0.640.17±0.718.20±0.7

RBC = red blood cell, HGB = hemoglobin, HCT = hematocrit, MCV = mean cell volume, MCH = mean cell hemoglobin, MCHC = mean cell hemoglobin concentration, RDW = red blood cell distribution width, SD = standard deviation. Control = group of animals with induced burns without spongious matrix treatment. Negative control = healthy animals.