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A SHORT REVIEW ON UN-EXPLORED MEDICINAL PLANT: ECBOLIUM VIRIDIE
A. Elumalai,M. Chinna Eswaraiah,M. Lakshmi
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Medicinal plants are the nature’s gift to human being to make disease free healthy life. It plays a vital role to preserve our health. In our country more than 2000 medicinal plants are recognized. Ecbolium viridie (Acanthaceae) is one of the important medicinal plant in India and Malaysia. Some of its medicinal uses have been mentioned in traditional system of medicine such as ayurveda, siddha and unani. This review attempts to encompass the available literature of Ecbolium viridie with respect to its traditional uses and summary of its pharmacological activities.
AN UPDATED REVIEW ON HEPATOPROTECTIVE MEDICINAL PLANTS
Areefa Shaik,A Elumalai,M Chinna Eswaraiah,Ush
Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics , 2012,
Abstract: Medicinal plants may serve as a vital source of potentially useful new compounds for the development of effective therapy to combat a variety of liver problems. Many herbs have been proven to be effectual as hepatoprotective agents while many more are claimed to be hepatoprotective but lack any such scientific evidence to support such claims. Developing a satisfactory herbal therapy to treat severe liver diseases requires systematic investigation of properties like anti-hepatotoxicity (antioxidants), stimulation of liver regeneration and choleretic activity. Formulation of herbal medicines with standards of safety and efficacy can revitalize treatment of liver disorders. The aim of this review is to elucidate the list of hepatoprotective medicinal plants, which are scientifically proved during jan-dec 2011.
A TWELVE-MONTHLY REVIEW ON ANTI-DIABETIC PLANTS: JAN-DEC-2011
Anil Boddupalli,R.Kumanan,A. Elumalai,M. Chinna Eswaraiah
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: One of the commonest endocrine disorders is diabetes mellitus, that is characterized by insufficient or lack of insulin and impaired carbohydrate metabolism in the body leading to excretion of sweet urine and long-term complications affecting the eyes, nerves, blood vessels, skin, and kidneys. As per the current estimate, there are about 143 million people in worldwide suffering from diabetes. In the global scenario, diabetic patients may rise to 300 million in 2025. This disease occurs worldwide and its incidence is increasing rapidly in most parts of the world. Moreover, continuous use of the synthetic anti-diabetic drugs causes side effects and toxicity. Therefore, seeking natural and non-toxic anti-diabetic drugs is necessary for diabetic therapy. Medicinal plants play an important role in the development of potent therapeutic agents. The present paper reviews the data reported on pharmacologically active phyto constituents obtained from the different plants involved in anti-diabetic activity along with pharmacological status which have been experimentally studied for hypoglycaemic activity during January-December 2011. This work stimulates the researchers for further research on the potential use of medicinal plants having anti-diabetic potential.
IN-VITRO STUDIES SUGGEST PROBABLE MECHANISM OF EUCALYPTUS OIL FOR ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND ANTI-ARTHRITIC ACTIVITY
Habibur Rahman,Chinna M Eswaraiah,Kamala Vakati,Madhavi P
International Journal of Phytopharmacy , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijpp.v2i3.507
Abstract: The present study aimed to study in-vitro anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic activity of Eucalyptus globules oil. Anti-inflammatory activity of Eucalyptus globules oil at 100, 250, 500 mcg/ml were studied using human red blood cell membrane (HRBC) stabilization method and anti-arthritic activity of same concentration using bovine serum albumin denaturation(BSA) method. The effect Diclofenec and Aspirin at concentration of 100, 200 mcg/ml were also assessed as standard drug. Results showed significant (53.48%, 63.73% and 70.66% at 100, 250 and 500 mcg/ml of EGO) protection of HRBC and significant inhibition (16.98%, 58.49%, 66.03% at 100, 250 and 500 mcg/ml of EGO) in BSA denaturation and which are comparable to standard drugs diclofenec and aspirin. This result suggests about their potential action as anti-inflammatory and ant-arthritic activity and sets a platform for therapeutic use.
A REVIEW ON THERAPEUTIC USES OF PEDALIUM MUREX LINN
A. Elumalai,M. Chinna Eswaraiah,Munna Naresh,Vanamala Sudheer
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Traditional system of medicinal consists of large number of plants with various medicinal and pharmacological importances and hence represents a priceless tank of new bioactive molecules. Pedalium murex is a small herb distributed in tropical Africa, Ceylon, India and Mexico. It is commonly found in Deccan and some parts of Ceylon and Gujarat and in its costal areas of Southern India. It is commonly called Gokhru (Yaanai Nerinji) a member of family Pedaliaceae. The plant is sweet, cooling, mucilaginous, diuretic and inflammatory and used to treat digestive, carminative, tonic, spasmodic affections, amenorrhoea, and vitiated conditions of pita, inflammation and general debility. This review will be helpful to create interest towards Pedalium murex and may be useful in developing new formulations with more therapeutic and economical value.
AN UPDATED REVIEW ON ANTHELMINTIC MEDICINAL PLANTS
Raj Kumar,A. Elumalai,M.Chinna Eswaraiah
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Scientific Innovation , 2012,
Abstract: Medicinal plants are part and parcel of human society to combat diseases, from the dawn of civilization. There exists a plethora of knowledge, information and benefits of herbal drugs in our ancient literature of Ayurvedic (Traditional Indian Medicine), Siddha, Unani and Chinese medicine. According to the World Health Organization, 2003 about 80 % of the population of developing countries being unable to afford pharmaceutical drugs rely on traditional medicines, mainly plant based, to sustain their primary health care needs. Herbal medicines are in great demand in the developed as well as developing countries for primary healthcare because of their wide biological and medicinal activities, higher safety margins and lesser costs. In this review we have enlisted the updated anthelmintic medicinal plants which are used as good alternatives for the traditional allopathic anthelmintic agents.
PREPARATION AND IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF LIQUID SOLID COMPACTS OF GLIBENCLAMIDE
V.N.L. Sirisha,B. Sruthi,M. Chinna Eswaraiah
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to develop a novel liquid-solid technique to enhance the dissolution rate of poorly water solubledrug ofglibenclamide, which is a BCS class II drug. Liqui-solid system refers to the formulations that are formed by conversion of liquid drugs, drug suspensions or solution in non-volatile solvents into dry, non adherent, free flowing and compressible powder mixture. Hence the dissolution step, a pre-requisite for drug absorption, is by passed and better bioavailability of poorly soluble drug is achieved. Liquisolid tablets were prepared by using PEG -400 as non volatile liquid vehicles and Avicel PH 101,Aerosil as carrier and coating materials respectively. Alltheformulations were evaluated for disintegration time, hardness and friability time, wetting time, in-vitro dissolution study. Among all the formulation F3 &F9 were considered to be the best formulation, whichrelease up to 95% of the drug in 60 mints.
A REVIEW ON KRISHNA TULSI, OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM LINN.
Palla Ravi,A.Elumalai,M.Chinna Eswaraiah,Raju Kasarla
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Ocimum tenuiflorum is the most sacred herb in India and it is otherwise called as Krishna tulsi. O.tenuiflorum belongs to Lamiaceae family, which posses various healing medicinal properties for human life. Traditionally the various parts like leaves, flowers and stems are being used in the treatment various disorders such as skin diseases, cold, cough, fever, vomiting, swelling etc. Into this, O.tenuiflorum was reported to have anti-cancer, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and immuno-stimulatory properties. The main chemical constituents present in O.tenuiflorum are eugenol, methyl cinnamate, camphor and thymol. The aim of this work is to highlight the updated review consists of scientifically proved medicinal activities against various disorders.
Analysis of Multi Resolution Image Denoising Scheme using Fractal Transform
B.Chinna Rao,M.Madhavi Latha
International Journal of Multimedia & Its Applications , 2010,
Abstract: For communication and storage efficiency, image data should be substantially Compressed. Thecompression ratio is limited by noise, which degrades the correlation between pixels. Noise can occurduring image capture, transmission or processing, and may be dependent on or independent of imagecontent. This work proposes a novel algorithm which reduces noise in colour images. Simulation resultsproved that 86% efficiency has been achieved, while considering 415 pixels.
Decision Support in Heart Disease Prediction System using Naive Bayes
G.Subbalakshmi,,K. Ramesh,,M. Chinna Rao
Indian Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: Data Mining refers to using a variety of techniques to identify suggest of information or decision making knowledge in thedatabase and extracting these in a way that they can put to use in areas such as decision support, predictions, forecasting and estimation. The healthcare industry collects huge amounts of healthcare data which, unfortunately, are not “mined” to discover hidden information for effective decision making. Discovering relations that connect variables in a database is the subject of data mining. This research has developed a Decision Support in Heart Disease Prediction System (DSHDPS) using data mining modeling technique, namely, Na ve Bayes. Using medical profiles such as age, sex, blood pressure and blood sugar it can predict the likelihood of patients getting a heart disease. It is implemented as web based questionnaire application. It can serve a training tool to train nurses and medical students to diagnose patients with heart disease.
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