COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CARICA PAPAYA WITH MARKETED PRODUCT FOR THE TREATMENT OF WOUNDS IN DIABETIC RODENTS
Diabetes is an unending situation associated with peculiarly elevated levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood. This chronic illness is also related with the degenerative extended pathological disorders like retinopathies, nephropathies, atherosclerosis, wound healing problems and cataract. Tissue renovates and wound curing are complicated processes that engross inflammation, granulation and tissue remodeling. Wound curing is characterized by two stages via inflammation and proliferation. The therapeutic utilization of Carica papaya relies because of the existence of papain an active constituent. This whole study emphasize on the effect of diabetes (high blood glucose sugar level) on the wound curing rate of rodents.Â
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