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If pet rats have wounds, is said often by veterinarians, that you should avoid, lick the animals from their wounds. Allegedly leaking to delay wound healing. It is exactly the opposite is true. Scientists have found out, that the licking of wounds in rats wound healing actually promotes1) Abbasian, B., Azizi, S., Esmaeili, A. (2010). Effects of Rat’s Licking Behavior on Cutaneous Wound Healing.Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences, 13(1), 242-247. doi: 10.22038/ijbms.2010.5071 2) Bodner L. Effect of parotid submandibular and sublingual saliva on wound healing in rats. Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative Physiology. 1991 ;100(4):887-890. DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90309-with. )).

For the production of saliva, promotes wound healing, the Unterzungenspeichelldrüse and the submandibular gland are responsible. The saliva produced in the parotid gland does not promote wound healing 3) Bodner L. Effect of parotid submandibular and sublingual saliva on wound healing in rats. Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative Physiology. 1991 ;100(4):887-890. DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90309-with. . In active salivary epidermal growth factor contained (epidermal growths factor, EGF), a hormone, that promotes wound healing4)Nermin Jahovic, Esra Fine, SerapArbak & O clear Yegen (2004), The healing-promoting effect of saliva on skin burn is mediated by epidermal growth factor (EGF): role of the neutrophils, Volume 30, Issue 6, September 2004, Pages 531-538. Jahovic et al. (2004) ((Nermin Jahovic, Esra Fine, SerapArbak & O clear Yegen (2004), The healing-promoting effect of saliva on skin burn is mediated by epidermal growth factor (EGF): role of the neutrophils, Volume 30, Issue 6, September 2004, Pages 531-538 suggest, produce artificial saliva, EGF contains, to help burn victims.

P.S. In surgical wounds, were sutured, should of course be prevented, aufknabbert that the affected rat, the threads.

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1. Abbasian, B., Azizi, S., Esmaeili, A. (2010). Effects of Rat’s Licking Behavior on Cutaneous Wound Healing.Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences, 13(1), 242-247. doi: 10.22038/ijbms.2010.5071
2. Bodner L. Effect of parotid submandibular and sublingual saliva on wound healing in rats. Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative Physiology. 1991 ;100(4):887-890. DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90309-with. )).

For the production of saliva, promotes wound healing, the Unterzungenspeichelldrüse and the submandibular gland are responsible. The saliva produced in the parotid gland does not promote wound healing (( Bodner L. Effect of parotid submandibular and sublingual saliva on wound healing in rats. Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative Physiology. 1991 ;100(4):887-890. DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90309-with.

3. Bodner L. Effect of parotid submandibular and sublingual saliva on wound healing in rats. Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. A, Comparative Physiology. 1991 ;100(4):887-890. DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90309-with. . In active salivary epidermal growth factor contained (epidermal growths factor, EGF), a hormone, that promotes wound healing((Nermin Jahovic, Esra Fine, SerapArbak & O clear Yegen (2004), The healing-promoting effect of saliva on skin burn is mediated by epidermal growth factor (EGF): role of the neutrophils, Volume 30, Issue 6, September 2004, Pages 531-538
4.Nermin Jahovic, Esra Fine, SerapArbak & O clear Yegen (2004), The healing-promoting effect of saliva on skin burn is mediated by epidermal growth factor (EGF): role of the neutrophils, Volume 30, Issue 6, September 2004, Pages 531-538. Jahovic et al. (2004) ((Nermin Jahovic, Esra Fine, SerapArbak & O clear Yegen (2004), The healing-promoting effect of saliva on skin burn is mediated by epidermal growth factor (EGF): role of the neutrophils, Volume 30, Issue 6, September 2004, Pages 531-538