Creation of Polymer Hydrogel Dressings with Herbal Medicinal Substance "Alkhydin" and their Properties

  • G. E. Temirkhanova al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • G. Sh. Burasheva al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Zh. A. Abilov al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • G. S. Irmukhametova al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • A. G. Mun al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Zh. I. Beksultanov Institute of Nuclear Physics, 050032, Ibragimova st, 1, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Zh. K. Myktybayeva al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • V. S. Shnaukshta al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan

Abstract

New hydrogel dressings containing the herbal medicinal substance "Alkhydin", obtained from the Kirghiz (Alhagi kirghisorum Schrenk), grown in Kazakhstan, were obtained by radiation irradiation of the initial reaction mixture (IRM). Poly-N-vinylpyrrolidone (PVP) with a molecular weight (MM) of 1 ppm was used to prepare hydrogel dressings as the main gelling polymer for IRM, agar-agar and lowmolecular polyethylene glycol MM = 600 were used as auxiliary substances. The main regularities of the formation of the three-dimensional structure of PVP under conditions of irradiation of IRM are investigated. It is shown that with increasing PVP in IRM, as well as irradiation dose, the yield of gel fraction increases and the degree of swelling decreases. Obviously, these effects are due to an increase in the degree of cross-linking of the polymer network formed. For the obtained hydrogel dressings containing the herbal medicinal substance Alkhydin, cytotoxic effects on the culture of mouse embryonic fibroblasts obtained by primary trypsinization were studied. The results obtained in this case testify to the absence of a cytotoxic effect on the cell culture. In conditions "in vivo" in rats using the model of thermal skin burn, the wound healing effect of hydrogel dressings with "Alkhydin" was studied. It is shown that such bandages show a pronounced wound-healing effect. This is evidenced by a higher rate of reduction in the area of the burn wound treated with a hydrogel dressing compared to the control.

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Published
2017-01-25
How to Cite
[1]
G. Temirkhanova, “Creation of Polymer Hydrogel Dressings with Herbal Medicinal Substance "Alkhydin" and their Properties”, Eurasian Chem. Tech. J., vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 57-62, Jan. 2017.
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