American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR)—Open Access Journal

American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) ISSN: (2232-8232) is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed and open-access journal that consists of Medical and Pharmacy Research concepts. American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) provides an advanced forum for Medical and Pharmacy Research. American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) publishes Bi-monthly (2 months/publications or 6 publications/year) online by SDIP PRESS.

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Development, evaluation and application of Transfersomal Green tea extract (Camellia sinensis) formulations Paper ID: AJMPR-04-02-2020-159
Abstract : Many studies have shown the beneficial health effects of green tea extract in treatment and protection from many diseases. However, inconsistent results were observed; mainly due to poor absorption and low bioavailability associated with oral administration of green tea extract formulations. Conventional alternative route of administration such as transdermal route is proceeded with an advanced nanoparticle delivery system known as transfersomes. Different formulations of transfersomes are prepared with different types and percentages of edge activators in relation to phospholipid content. This review is intended to evaluate and discuss in-vitro and in-vivo behavior of the prepared transfersomal formulations of green tea extract; which in turn would result in enhancing their therapeutic efficacy
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HEMATOPOIETIC PROPENSITY OF ETHANOLIC LEAF EXTRACT OF Colocasia esculenta LINN. IN WISTAR RATS Paper ID: AJMPR-17-10-2019-140
Abstract : The aim of this study is to evaluate the hematopoietic propensity of ethanolic leaf extract of Colocasia esculenta in wistar rats. Fifteen rats used for the experiment were acclimatized for seven days were divided into three groups of five rats each. Animals in group A were administered saline solution, those in group B were administered 250 mg/kg body weight of C. esculenta leaf extract, while those in group C were administered 500 mg/kg body weight of C. esculenta leaf extract. The administration was done 12 hourly for twenty-eight days via oral route since the plant is consumed orally. At the end of the treatment, animals were fasted overnight and anaesthetized using diethyl ether. Blood samples were collected by cardiac puncture. A significant increase was observed in the PCV, Hb, RBC, MCV, WBC, lymphocyte, neutrophil and platelet counts of control animals when compared with those treated with leaf extract of C. esculenta at p<0.05. The significant increase observed in the erythrocyte parameters of animals used in this study indicates that C. esculenta leaves have haematopoietic properties and can be used to boost blood level especially in menstruating and pregnant women as well as anaemia patients. Its ability to significantly increase white blood cell parameters is an indication that C. esculenta leaves can boost the immune system and thus defend the body against xenobiotics.
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THE EXECUTIVES OF DIABETES MELLITUS THROUGH AASANA AND PRANAYAMA Paper ID: AJMPR-01-10-2019-114
Abstract : Diabetes and hypertension are the most commonplace lifestyle issues now an afternoon. India is in all likelihood to turn out to be the worldwide capital of diabetes within the next few years. Yoga practiced by Lord Shiva and other sages is a present to Indian culture and background of it. essentially, it is supposed for “Yogah Chittavrutti Nirodhah” but it has an awesome role in upholding of our frame health. amongst Ashtanga Yoga defined with the aid of ‘Patanjali,’ Aasana and Pranayama are being broadly common globally. Indian physicians Sushruta and Charaka in 400-500 BC were widely recognized that type 1 diabetes is related to youth and type 2 with obesity. Diabetes mellitus is a disease that averts the body from proper utilization of the energy from the weight loss program. as a way to find out the beneficial effects of Aasana and Pranayama for the diabetic affected person this look at became initiated and thorough literature related to the topic became reviewed from all available assets. Aasanas and Pranayama have an amazing angle to modify pathophysiology of our frame. each can increase the blood and oxygen delivered to various organs which also growth the performance and functioning of them. Diabetes is mainly related to the malfunction of the endocrine part of the pancreas. So the Aasanas like Halasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Ardhamatsyendrasana, Shirshasana, Vajrasana, Dhanurasna, Chakrasana, and Ushtrasana are very effective for stimulating the functions of the
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Indicators of Smoking End and Its Relationship with Wellbeing Proficiency – A Cross-Sectional Examination Paper ID: AJMPR-24-06-2019-33
Abstract : There are various key indicators of smoking discontinuance and upkeep, for example, Nicotine reliance, smoking result hopes, smoking danger observations, self-viability to stop smoking and goals to stop/diminish smoking. Alongside these variables, wellbeing proficiency is one factor that may be adversely connected with end results A cross-sectional examination was directed among 100 smokers visiting the Dental Out Patient Department of the Oxford Dental College, Bangalore. Member's statistic subtleties were recorded and an approved survey was controlled evaluating their nicotine reliance, smoking result hopes, hazard recognition, self-adequacy and expectations to change conduct. Member's wellbeing proficiency level was surveyed utilizing the Rapid Estimate of Adult education in prescription. Information acquired was broke down utilizing SPSS programming rendition 22. Mann Whitney/Chi-Square test and Adjusted Hierarchical Multiple Regression examination were done to decide the relationship between wellbeing proficiency and smoking end indicators. Among 100 smokers, 49 had a place with high wellbeing education and 51 had a place with low wellbeing proficiency gatherings. The most noteworthy mean nicotine reliance was among the low wellbeing education gathering (2.3±0.5) and the p-esteem was huge (0.04). Members with lower wellbeing proficiency had progressively positive and more positive result hopes when contrasted with people with higher wellbeing education. There was no critical relationship between wellbeing proficiency and smoking suspension indicators. Henceforth, wellbeing education probably won't be a free hazard factor for poor discontinuance results.
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Lycopene Action On Cyclooxygenase and Lipid Peroxidation in Dexamethasone-Actuated Oxidative Worry in Wistar Rodents Paper ID: AJMPR-24-06-2019-31
Abstract : This examination was gone for exploring lycopene action on cyclooxygenase and lipid peroxidation in dexamethasone-treated Wistar rodents. Twenty (20) male Wistar rodents weighing between 150g-250g were haphazardly chosen into four gatherings containing five rodents each. Control rodents got standard feed and water. Gathering two got 3mg/kg body weight of dexamethasone intraperitoneally every two days for 9 days. Gathering 3 got 3mg/kg body weight of dexamethasone intraperitoneally every two days for 9 days in addition to day by day oral organization of 1mg/kg of lycopene for 28 days. Results demonstrated that there was no critical distinction in the action of dexamethasone and lycopene on COX and THX-A 2 in every one of the gatherings. Dexamethasone expanded AST ALT and ALT level. Treatment with Lycopene fundamentally (p<0.01) diminished AST, ALT, and ALP in every one of the gatherings. Lactate dehydrogenase movement was fundamentally (p<0.01) diminished in the dexamethasone and further brought down upon treatment with lycopene when contrasted with the DEX gathering. Malondialdehyde (MDA) fixation in Dex was expanded (p<0.01), Catalase action was diminished while SOD focus was not modified. Treatment with lycopene Significantly (p<0.01) diminished serum MDA and expanded catalase fixation. Triglyceride and LDL segments of the lipid were raised in Dex with a diminished HDL however without modification in complete cholesterol level. Lycopene diminished the TC, LDL, and TG and fundamentally (p<0.01) expanded HDL. It is presumed that dexamethasone stifles cyclooxygenase articulation however potentiates lipid peroxidation and builds liver compounds. Lycopene hinders Cox movement, secure against lipid peroxidation and is hypolipidemic and hepatoprotective.
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