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Whey peptides improve wound healing following caesarean section in rats
British Journal of Nutrition
We sought to determine whether postcaesarean treatment with whey peptides (WP) affects the healing of skin and uterine incision in rats during puerperium. Forty-eight rats were randomly divided into two groups. After a caesarean section, twenty-four rats were intragastrically administered WP, while others were administered a control vehicle. On days 7, 14 and 21 after delivery, the serum total protein/albumin concentration, skin tensile strength, uterine bursting pressure, skin/uterinedoi:10.1017/s0007114510002692 pmid:20691127 fatcat:ffzerhldc5gyfhqoowcr4x7br4