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American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences
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ISSN (Print) 2327-6711 - ISSN (Online) 2327-672X
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  • Adverse Effects Following COVID-19 Vaccination: A State-of-the-Art
           Systematic Review

    • Authors: Navya Reddy Veeramreddy; Venkataramana Kandi, Rahul Jagdishchandra Mittal, Tarun Kumar Suvvari, Pranav Reddy Donapati, Kishan kumar Allikesam, Harsha Vardhan Reddy, Vamsikalyan Reddy Borra, Devang Srivastava, Vikranth Reddy V
      Pages: 1 - 7
      Abstract: Abstract Background: Vaccine acceptance in countries throughout the world is primarily explained by personal protection. However, the distress regarding side effects and due to myths, and misconceptions become a hurdle for vaccination drives. Therefore, we aimed at conducting a systematic review of adverse effects following COVID-19 vaccination. Methods: A systematic review was conducted using databases - PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), and WHO Global Research COVID-19 databases by following the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines. We used the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) terms COVID-19 vaccines and adverse effects. All papers from January 2020 to June 2021 are considered for review and only peer-reviewed full-text articles in English languages were included. Results: Of the total 24 studies included in the final analysis, 10 (41%) were cross-sectional studies, and 9 (37%) were case reports. Out of 24 studies, 7 are from European countries, 4 each from India and USA. The most common side effects reported were pain at the injection site, fever, fatigue, and headache. Incidence and severity of adverse effects were more after receiving mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines when compared to other COVID-19 Vaccines. Conclusion: The majority of adverse effects were local, which included pain at the site of injection, swelling, and redness, and limited systemic reactions including fever, fatigue, and headache were observed. Our results suggest that COVID-19 vaccines were safe and tolerant. Further clinical studies regarding long-term effects and in-depth analysis must be performed to improve the understanding of COVID-19 vaccine adverse effects.
      PubDate: 2022-04-20
      DOI: 10.12691/ajps-10-1-1
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Herbal Immunomodulator in View of Omicron Virus - A Review

    • Authors: Neha Tyagi; Santosh Kumar Verma, Ajeet , Girendra Kumar Gautum, Ashwani Jagra
      Pages: 8 - 11
      Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a global medical crisis of unprecedented proportions. The death rate and infected people is rising on a daily basis all over the world. This situation is so much worse because of the potential for disasterous situations with variety of social and economic factors. Effective infection monitoring is still being developed, and efforts are being made to integrate traditional interventions with standard of care. With special reference to respiratory health, the Ministry of Aayush recommends the self-care guidelines for preventive health measures and boosting immunity. Ayurvedic literature and scientific publications back up these claims. There is a lot of research on natural substances that can affect immune function in addition to plant compounds. There are some examples suggest by Ministry of Aayush such as Gargle with a pinch of turmeric and salt in warm water. Gargling can also be done with water boiled with Triphala (dried fruits of Emblica officinalis, Terminalia chebula, and Terminalia bellerica) or Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra). Once or twice a day, apply medicated oil (Anu taila or Shadbindu Taila), plain oil (Sesame or Coconut), or nasal application of cow's ghee (Goghrita), especially before going out and after returning home. Antimicrobials, or "immune-boosters," are a class of plants that work directly on bacteria or viruses while also boosting the immune system's overall performance. Volatile oils are common, yet active pharmacological substances are numerous and complex. Herbs such as: Allium sativum (Garlic), Baptisia tinctoria (Wild Indigo), Echinacea sp. (Echinacea), Thuja occidentalis (Thuja), Usnea sp. (Old Man’s Beard).
      PubDate: 2022-05-19
      DOI: 10.12691/ajps-10-1-2
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Comparative Study of Clinical Effect of Kshara-Basti and Virechana-Karma
           in the Management of Amavata with Special Reference to Rheumatoid

    • Authors: Rahul Dalavi; Pushpinder Singh, Anil Pardeshi, Md. Hanif Shaikh, Shubhangi Narwade, Pallavi Pardeshi
      Pages: 12 - 19
      Abstract: Background: Kshara Basti and Virechana Karma as therapy for Amavata are indicated in Ayurveda. Ayurveda is having a crucial role in the management of Amavata with special reference to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as a crippling disease. Amavata is having clinical appearance as comparable with RA. The line of treatment as mentioned by Chakradatta is to bring Agni to normal state for digestion of Ama, eventually to eliminate vitiated Vata and Ama. Thus, here Kshara Basti and Virechana Karma are selected for the present study as Samshodhana process which corrects all the above captions. Objective: To evaluate and compare clinical efficacy of Kshara Basti and Virechana Karma as tharapy in Amavata. Methods: This was a randomized open-label, comparative clinical study. Total 35 randomly selected patients of Amavata were registered and screened and out of them 30 (15 patients in Group-A i.e. Kshara Basti and 15 patients in Group-B i.e. Virechan-Karma) were completed the treatment. Kshara Basti in the format of Kala Basti (as mentioned by Chakradatta) was given to the patients of Basti group and Virechana Karma as per Chakradatta was given to the patients of Virechana karma group. The effects of therapy in both groups were assessed by a specially prepared proforma. Results: The results of the study showed that both the groups showed significant relief in symptoms; however, compared to Virechana karma group, Basti group showed better result in the management of Amavata. Statistically significant improvement was found in ESR, RA factor (quantitative) and highly significant results were found in symptoms of Amavata (Kshara Basti results significant as compared to Virechana karma). Moderate improvement was seen in 80% of patients of Basti group (66.6% Virechana karma group), 6.6% patients got marked improvement in Basti group (no marked improvement in Virechana group), while mild improvement was found in 13.3% of patients of Basti group (33.3% for Virechana karma group). Conclusion: Kshara Basti and Virechana Karma have significant comparative activity in Amavata.
      PubDate: 2022-07-07
      DOI: 10.12691/ajps-10-1-3
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Effects of Ficus exasperata Root Bark Aqueous and Ethanolic 70 % Extracts
           on Urinary Excretion in Wistar Rat

    • Authors: Kouao Augustin Amonkan; Brou André Konan, Kacou Jules Marius Djétouan
      Pages: 20 - 25
      Abstract: The roots of Ficus exasperata Valh (Moraceae) are commonly used in traditional medicine to treat various pathologies including edema and arterial hypertension. Also, this study was conducted to assess the effects of two extracts of the root bark of this medicinal plant on urinary excretion in rats. To do this, 12 groups of 6 water-overloaded rats (50 ml/kg) were treated separately with 0.9% NaCl solution, FURO 5 mg/kg, FEae (15-100 mg/kg) and FEee (15-100 mg/kg). Excreted urine was collected at regular intervals of 2 h for 8 h to determine urinary excretion volume (UEV). Like furosemide, the two plant extracts (FEae and FEee) caused significant urinary excretion in water-overloaded rats. The most marked effect in terms of UEV was observed after the administration of FEae 15 mg/kg. At this dose, an EUV of 76 ± 0.21% and higher than that of FURO 5 mg/kg (59 ± 0.01%) was obtained 6 h after the treatment of the animals. These recorded EUV values were significantly higher at p < 0.001 than that of 0.9 % NaCl saline solution. Ficus exasperata root bark extracts induced significant increases in urinary excretion in Wistar rats. These results could justify the empirical use of this plant as a diuretic in the treatment of edema and hypertension. However, in order to better understand the physiological mechanisms underlying this action, additional studies must be carried out.
      PubDate: 2022-07-19
      DOI: 10.12691/ajps-10-1-4
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
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