EVALUATION OF SAFETY & ANTI-UROLITHIATIC PROPERTY OF VARIOUS POLYHERBAL FORMULATIONS USING ETHYLENE GLYCOL-AMMONIUM CHLORIDE & POTASSIUM OXONATE INDUCED UROLITHIASIS IN RATS & MICE RESPECTIVELY
The aim of present work was to evaluate safety & anti- urolithiatic property of various polyherbal formulations using ethylene glycol-ammonium chloride & potassium oxonate induced urolithiasis in rats & mice and to evaluate and to evaluate effect of poly herbal formulation on oxidative stress, i.e. SOD, catalase, LPO and to evaluate of poly herbal formulation on physical parameter i.e. body weight, urine PH, urine volume
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