Journal of Immunology Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

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

Table 4

The variation of the white blood cell count after experimentally induced burns to Wistar rats and treated with biopolymeric spongious matrices.

WBC (×103/μl)
Media ± SD
Ly%
Media ± SD
Mo%
Media ± SD
Gr%
Media ± SD

M13.90±0.855.03±6.813.63±2.631.30±7.4
M24.41±1.054.83±7.115.03±3.030.13±5.8
M34.10±0.455.30±2.813.28±1.031.38±1.9
M44.18±1.633.63±1.217.23±4.549.10±1.6
M54.56±1.145.88±1.613.84±3.140.27±7.9
Control4.04±0.743.17±1.014.80±2.142.07±2.9
Negative control3.89±0.540.71±5.615.42±1.740.28±1.3

WBC = white blood cell, Ly% = lymphocyte %, Mo% = monocyte %, Gr% = granulocyte %, SD = standard deviation. Control = group of animals with induced burns without spongious matrix treatment. Negative control = healthy animals.