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The etiology of chronic spontaneous urticaria often remains un-established despite extensive investigative workup rendering cause specific management difficult. Foods, drugs, inhalants, systemic diseases, autoimmunity, and stress have been implicated frequently. Focal bacterial, viral and parasitic infections too have been involved in a significant number of cases and treating them empirically remains an unsubstantiated method in urticaria management. Helicobacter pylori infection has been also linked to chronic urticaria in 60-71% patients. Interestingly, H. pylori eradication treatment may lead to remission of urticaria in up to 80% patients including antihistamine unresponsive cases. The study notes a higher prevalence of asymptomatic H. pylori infection in a subset of chronic urticaria patients compared to controls. How it influences the chronicity, recurrences, severity or other manifestations of urticaria/angioedema, and its remission after eradication therapy remains conjectural in view of high endemicity of infection in developing countries in general.
Introduction: Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) is the erosion in lining of stomach or duodenum. Predominantly caused by Helicobacter pylori infection in about 50% of the world's population.which can colonize in the gastric antrum of all patients producing an extensive, noninvasive inflammatory reaction in the gastric mucosa.Methods: Fortey patients newly diagnosed endoscopically with peptic ulcer disease to be allocated into group 1 treated with standard H. pylori eradication triple therapy, and group 2 patients treated with curcumin (500 mg) capsules three times daily for 14 days as an adjuvant to standard triple therapy.Results: The result showed that the use of curcumin as adjuvant therapy produced highly significant improvement in healing efficacy which was significantly distinguished in duodenal ulcer patients compared to gastric ulcer groups 2 patients (p0.05), along with a highly significant reduction in pro-inflammatory IL-1beta level in group 2 patients (p0.01). Conclusion: This study revealed that addition of curcumin as adjuvant therapy produced improvement in ulcer healing efficacy, and controlled the inflammatory and oxidative stress process induced by H. pylori infection.
Peptic ulcer or Dyspepsia is one of the global`s diseases which causes mortality throughout the world, touching the lives of millions of peoples. For many years excess acid was believed to cause peptic ulcer. This misconception was suddenly illuminated due to the discovery of Helicobacter pylori bacteria which play a great role in the cause of peptic ulcer disease. To treat peptic ulcer natural products and modern synthetic drugs are in used but, still a complete cure has not been discovered and exploration of new antiulcer drugs has remain a field of active research. In this research a ground leaves of Tapinanthus dodoneifolius were macerated. The fractions obtained where subjected to phytochemicals screening, Antioxidant activity using DPPH and Antiulcer activity using an in vivo method on small animals. Causes, symptoms and treatment of peptic ulcer disease were discussed. The study has been a contribution to the assessment of possible antioxidant and antiulcer substances and should be useful to Biologist, Biochemists, Chemists, Health workers and other Medical practitioners.