Comparitive Evaluation of Different Anti-Ulcer Drugs using Standard Procedures

Authors : Dr. G. Usha kiran; P.Supriya; V. Naga Anjani; P. Jeevan kumar; Sk. Jasmin; M. Sai siva teja

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December

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Ulcer is a common gastro intestinal disorder. It is fundamentally a kindled break in skin on the mucous film coating the wholesome lot. Ulceration happens when there is an unsettling influence in the typical balance brought about by either improved hostility (or) lessened mucosal obstruction. Ulcers are most common on the skin of the lower extremities and in the gastro intestinal tract, although they may be encountered at almost any site. Peptic ulcers are erosion lining of the stomach. Generally, pain occurs when the stomach is empty and relives after eating. A duodenal ulcer is most common in younger individuals and predominantly affects males. In some cases, ulcers are very dangerous and show lethal effect.Aims of the study evaluate the best anti ulcer activity of certain drugs. By using different standard procedures. In this review observed the significant number of lesions in the lumen and the antrum of stomach. Observed in these evaluation studies the number of lesions is inhibited by omeprazole more than ranitidine. In this studies observe the anti ulcer activity of respective drugs shows various anti ulcer activity and used to decrease lesions and redness of stomach, subside the gastric pain. Lastly omeprazole shows good anti ulcer activity than that of ranitidine and cimetidine, mesoprostol.

Keywords : Omeprazole, Cimetidine, ranitidine, Antrum, Evalution, Gastro intestinal.


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