Mahadeva RAO Us

Mahadeva RAO Us
Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin | UniSZA | unisza · Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Various interventions are available for preventing and treating urinary incontinence, including medication, medical devices, and surgery. Some of the patients are not keen on surgical intervention, and pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) will be another treatment option for female urinary incontinence. The current research aims to assess the effect...
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Background: Coronavirus 2019 or CoVid-19 is a new strain of virus from the coronaviridae family which was first detected in Wuhan, China. CoVid-19 has been declared as a world pandemic with approximately 100,000 cases and 14,000 fatalities across 100 countries worldwide. Aim of the Study: The objective of this research is to assess the level of awa...
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Sleep is a condition of the body and mind which typically occurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is inactive, the eyes are closed, the postural muscles are relaxed, and consciousness are practically suspended. Daytime sleepiness, or difficulty in maintaining a desired level of wakefulness, is frequently viewed by the gene...
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This work investigates the Musa Paradisiaca plant and its tepal extracts. The research findings show that the tepal extracts of M. Paradisiaca contain high phytochemical activity. Hence we can conclude that these plants have a number of beneficial properties. Phytochemical analysis concludes that the plant is rich in flavonoids, phenolic compounds,...
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Introduction: Brassica oleracea var acephala was studied for preliminary phytochemical screening. The results showed that the ethanolic crude extract of the leaf contain high phytochemical activity hence B.oleracea var acephala is rich in flavonoids, phenolic compounds, carbohydrates and phytosterols. Materials and methods: The ethanolic extract...
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To investigate the physiological indices such as body weight, food and fluid drinking concern to antidiabetic properties of syringin and its useful outcome on hematological parameters in streptozotocin stimulated diabetic rats. Six normal and 18 diabetic rats totally 24 rats have been used for the present investigation. Streptozotocin was injected...
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Introduction: Brassica oleracea var acephala was studied for preliminary phytochemical screening. The results showed that the ethanolic crude extract of the leaf contain high phytochemical activity hence B.oleracea var acephala is rich in flavonoids, phenolic compounds, carbohydrates and phytosterols. Materials and methods: The ethanolic extract wa...
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Falls are common within the aging population. The risk of falling will increase with age for several reasons, including overall muscle weakness, poor balancing, psychological issues, vision impairments, foot problems, adverse medication effects, and acute sickness. The older adults face problems of inability to control their balance during performi...
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ABSTRACT: Objective: The study was performed to assess the antidiabetic properties of a polyherbal formulation (Kasini ashshifa) comprising of the thirteen herbals in HFD fed-low dose STZ induced experimental type 2 diabetes (T2D) in rats. Animal grouping: Healthy, male Wistar rats were studied. The rodents were separated into four groups. Group I...
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Objectives: The present research is to explore the supragingival bacterial plaques in kids by caries. Methods: Totally 100 plaque samples were collected by a sterile curette from the supra-gingival and the sub-gingival areas of the tooth by scraping from patients of age between 5-72 years and were given serial nos. Four different types of commercia...
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Impact of Sand organic carbon and climatic changes on the population density and morphometric characters of Emerita asiatica in the East Coast of Southern India
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Aim: The present investigation gives a detailed report on the analysis of the bioactive compound isolated from the sand crab Emerita asiatica is having better relation with vasoconstriction. Methods: The sand crab Emerita asiatica were collected from Thiruvidandhai beach located on the Kanchipuram District, Tamil Nadu, India, 41 K.M away from Chenn...
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Background: The ultimate goal of the medical education is to produce the competent and qualified medical professionals. One essential component of medical education is to provide a good learning environment. The assessment of learning environment has been determined as a key instrument for the delivery of high quality and effective education and cu...
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Aim:The present study is to degrade the engine oil through microbes from the industrialized areas in and around Chrompet, Chennai. Engine oil contaminated soil samples were collected from different locations of Chrompet which is located 35 KM away from Chennai. Methods:As a result of spread plate technique the microbial colonies were enumerated and...
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Objectives: Traditional medicines are mostly depends on medicinal plants. These are considered as good resources of ingredients which can be used in drug formulation and combination. Hence the present study is to investigate the valuable pharmacological activities ofBrassica oleracea var acephala. Materials and Methods: The collected fresh foliage...
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Production of high quality giant gourami is considered essential to prevent the disease outbreak, survival and growth at aquarium. This paper deals with the production of high quality giant gourami, Osphronemus goramy using probiotics. Materials and Methods: This experiment was designed in such way that stocking the Giant gourami in fourgroups, the...
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BACKGROUND OF STUDY: Novel locomotor training strategies for individuals with disorders of the central nervous system have associated with the improved locomotor function. OBJECTIVES: The goal of this study was to find the effects of treadmill-based locomotor training with leg weights in individuals with chronic stroke. We assessed impairment and g...
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Background: Modifiable Lifestyle Disease (MLD) can give rise to many complications. If left untreated, the disease can affect one’s quality of life. MLD can be prevented by modifying our sedentary lifestyle and dietary practice. Introduction: Nowadays, people are aware of the effect of MLDs in their life but the treatment preferences are different...
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The objective of this research is to conduct the preliminary phytochemical screening, total flavonoid and phenolic contents assays of various solvent extracts of tepal of Musa paradisiaca. Phytochemical screening was carried out according to the method of Trease and Evans, total flavonoid content was measured by the aluminium chloride colorimetric...
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Diabetes is one of the major health and development challenges of the 21st century. According to the International Diabetes Federation, there are currently more than 371 million people living with diabetes and another 28 million are at risk of developing the disease. Aside from conventional allopathic medicines, traditional/alternative therapy play...
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Syringin, a phenylpropanoid glycoside belongs to eleutheroside derivative. This bioactive compound was identified in several plants including Musa paradisiaca, Jasminum mesnyi, Edgeworthia chrysantha, Acanthopanax senticosus, etc. According to Nair et al., syringin is synthesized from the precursor phenylalanine by a series of reactions. Zhao has d...
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The use of plants as medicine has been referred to since ancient peoples, perhaps as early as Neanderthal man. Plants are a source of many biologically active products and nowadays they are of great interest to the pharmaceutical industry. The study of how people of different culture use plants in particular ways has led to the discovery of importa...
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Polio vaccination crusade by World Health Organization (WHO) to annihilate the polio from the kyte of world aspiringly has been fruitful; however, there seems some disagreement and hullabaloos by some Muslim communities especially in four countries viz., Pakistan, Nigeria, Afghanistan and India. This hostility has numerous factors involved but the...
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Peptic ulcer is a disease of the Gastro-intestinal tract (GIT), which includes both gastric and duodenal ulcers. The occurrence of peptic ulcer disease has been attributed to the imbalance between aggressive factors like acid, pepsin, and Helicobacter infection on one hand and the local mucosa defenses like bicarbonate and mucus secretion and prost...
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Background of study: The present study makes a solemn effort to review into the factors affecting the environment and health, and the ways and means to improve the value of life of the people living in and around the industrial area. Objectives: The purposes of the study include the assessment of the quantum of water pollution with reference to the...
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Preliminary studies on the effects of dietary supplementation with Buah naga or Red pitaya fruit on some biochemical, and haematological parameters and histological examinations of liver, were investigated in albino rats in which liver damage was induced by paracetamol (PAM). Thirty six rats were divided into six groups (including hepatotoxic and n...
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Preliminary studies on the effects of dietary supplementation with Buah naga or Red pitaya fruit on some biochemical, and haematological parameters and histological examinations of liver, were investigated in albino rats in which liver damage was induced by paracetamol (PAM). Thirty six rats were divided into six groups (including hepatotoxic and n...
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Preliminary studies on the effects of dietary supplementation with Buah naga or Red pitaya fruit on some biochemical, and haematological parameters and histological examinations of liver, were investigated in albino rats in which liver damage was induced by paracetamol (PAM). Thirty six rats were divided into six groups (including hepatotoxic and n...
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Spices, herbs, and seeds possess antioxidant activity and can be applied for prevention of lipid peroxidation in biological systems. Ethiopian Abish (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is an important spice; the flour of dried seed has wide application in food and beverages as a flavoring additive as well as in medicines. Ethiopian Abish seeds are reported...
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An attempt has been made to screen the phytochemicals, comparative superoxide radical scavenging and reducing potency of Solanum nigrum using various solvent extracts. The herbal powder obtained from plant part-dry leaves were extracted with various solvents. The extracts were analysed for phytochemicals and antioxidants-carotenoids, ascorbic acid,...

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