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Combined effect of Coenzyme Q10, Riboflavin, Niacin, Selenium (CoRNS) and Emblicaofficinalis studied on experimental atherosclerosis in rats

U. Indumathi1*, T.P. Sachdanandam2 1Department of Biochemistry, T.S.Narayanaswami College of Arts and Science, University of Madras, Chennai-600130. 2Department of Pathology, Dr. ALM. PGIBMS, Taramani, Chennai-600113. A  B  S  T  R A C T Cardiovascular diseases are becoming more prevalent in the world.  Atherosclerosisis one of the most widespread and leading diseases which causes death in most developed countries. The present ... Read More »

A Conceptual Overview of Hypertension with Special Consideration to Its Etiological & Clinical Classification, Pathophysiology and Treatment

About author Mithun Bhowmick*, Tamizharasi Sengodan, Sivakumar Thangavel Department of Pharmaceutics, Nandha College of Pharmacy and Research Institute, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India E-mail: bhowmick_theyoungscientist@ymail.com Abstract Cardiovascular diseases are one of the life threatening diseases of mankind and hypertension is the most common cardiovascular disease, which requires constant monitoring. It is well known that hypertension is a major factor for congestive ... Read More »

A Review on Anti-Cholesterol Drugs and Statins

ABOUT AUTHOR Priyanka Patel*, Harnish Patel, Akshay Patel, Taher Patel Managing Editor, IJPRBS, Gujarat. Editor-In-Chief, IJPRBS, Gujarat. L.B Rao Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, B.D Rao Collage Campus, Khambhat E-mail: editorijprbs@gmail.com ABSTRACT An in-depth report on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of unhealthy cholesterol levels.The statins (or HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors) along with other drugs, such as cholestyramine (Questran), comprise the ... Read More »

Live longer with five immortality herbs

About author: Ramesh Dhani* Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry JNTUA – OTRI, India *e-mail: dhanipharmachem@gmail.com Introduction: A great range of the foremost effective herbs square measure referred to as adaptogens that assist the body in its natural task of maintaining equilibrium – the fragile state of balance necessary to survival and healing. A body out of balance is taken into account to be in negative equilibrium, a condition within which the restorative (anabolic) and chronic (catabolic) systems of the body might ... Read More »

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