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To investigate the efficacy of ethanolic extract of nilavembu kudineer choornam (EENKC) in inflammation, pain and fever using animal models to support its actions.
Acute toxicity study of EENKC was performed in mice to fix the effective dose. The antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and
A recently established method for determining the surface temperature of adjuvant-inflamed rat's paw was used to examine the anti-inflammatory potencies of various nonsteroidal and steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which are currently in clinical use. The results were compared with those obtained
To clarify whether time lapsing from advent of fever as a first sign of sepsis may be indicative of the potency of monocytes for the release of pro- and anti-inflammatory mediators.
Monocytes were isolated from blood of 51 septic patients and 9 healthy donors. Monocytes were
The effect of two anti-inflammatory drugs on the development and persistence of clinical signs in cattle experimentally infected with bovine ephemeral fever (BEF) virus was investigated by their administration, either before or after the commencement of fever. A total of 16 cattle was given
Rheumatic heart disease remains an important cause of acquired heart disease in developing countries. Although the prevention of rheumatic fever and the management of recurrences is well established, the optimal management of active rheumatic carditis is still unclear. This is an update
Rheumatic heart disease remains an important cause of acquired heart disease in developing countries. Although prevention of rheumatic fever and management of recurrences have been well established, optimal management of active rheumatic carditis remains unclear. This is an update of a
Paraneoplastic fever is well known, and is not an uncommon problem in daily practice. In an effort to ameliorate tumour-induced fever we randomized 48 patients to receive three different non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs: Naproxen (500 mg d-1), Indomethacin (75 mg d-1) or Diclophenac sodium (75 mg
A patient is described who presented with a 1-month history of daily fever to 38.8 degrees C. There was no sign of joint pain or swelling and no skin rash. The patient had impressive hepatomegaly without splenomegaly. The only abnormal laboratory test was a sedimentation rate of 120 mm/hr.
Rheumatic heart disease remains the most important cause of acquired heart disease in developing countries. Although the prevention of rheumatic fever and the management of recurrences is well established the optimal management of active rheumatic carditis is still unclear.
In addition to adequate surgical fixation and an aggressive rehabilitation program, pain relief is one of the most critical factors in the acute stage of fracture treatment. The most common analgesics are nonsteroid anti-inflammatory drugs and Acetaminophen, both of which relieve pain and reduce
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are frequently used antipyretic agents that most probably exert their antifever effect by inhibiting cyclooxygenase (COX)-2. Thus, COX-2-selective drugs or null mutation of the COX-2 gene reduce or prevent fever. Acetaminophen is antipyretic and
Findings from various epidemiological studies suggest that acute inflammation and fever may decrease the risk of developing certain types of cancer. In an established tumor situation acute inflammation and fever resulted in tumor regression in some cases, however, treatment was sometimes ineffective
To investigate endotoxin-induced tolerance, intracellular cytokine synthesis polarization and monocyte apoptosis during Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF).
Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced tolerance, intracellular cytokine synthesis and monocyte apoptosis were determined in FMF
Histiocytes are white blood cells of the monocytic lineage and include macrophages and dendritic cells. In patients with a variety of infectious and noninfectious inflammatory disorders, histiocytes can engulf nonapoptotic leukocytes and nonsenescent erythrocytes and thus become hemophagocytes. We
To evaluate the daily practice of pediatricians, physician-perceived reasons for unsatisfactory effects of treatment, and unmet needs in the management of acute pain and/or fever.This was a multinational (n=13), multicenter, non interventional,