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Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat

Parvati B. Patel*, Tejas K. Patel**, Sunil Patni@, Seema N. Baxi#, Hari Om Shrma@@, C. B. Tripathi***.

Abstract
Present study was carried out to evaluate hepatotoxicity of nimesulide by single dose and seven days administration in sub therapeutic, therapeutic and supra therapeutic doses in litters of rat. Single dose and seven days administration hepatotoxicity studies of nimesulide were carried out in litters of rat of either sex. They were further subdivided into sub therapeutic (20 mg/kg), therapeutic (30 mg/kg) and supra therapeutic (100 mg/kg) groups. Effect of nimesulide on liver functions were analysed by serum glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (SGOT), serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (SGPT), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) and histopathological examination of liver through scoring system. Histopathological changes in liver were observed in therapeutic and supra therapeutic doses in single dose groups and sub therapeutic, therapeutic and supra therapeutic doses in seven days groups. In single dose of nimesulide in litters, there were significant increases in biochemical parameters (p< 0.05) in supratherapeutic doses. However, in seven days studies of nimesulide in litters, there were significant increases in biochemical parameters (p< 0.05) in therapeutic and supratherapeutic doses. The present study indicates that nimesulide causes significant hepatotoxicity in litters of rat.

Key words: Nimesulide, Hepatotoxicity, Histopathology of liver, Serum glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase, Serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase, Alkaline phosphatase.


 
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Patel PB, Patel TK, Patni@ S, Baxi# SN, Shrma@@ HO, Tripathi CB. Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. NJIRM. 2011; 2(1): 16-21.



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Patel PB, Patel TK, Patni@ S, Baxi# SN, Shrma@@ HO, Tripathi CB. Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. www.scopemed.org/?mno=6463 [Access: October 18, 2017].



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Patel PB, Patel TK, Patni@ S, Baxi# SN, Shrma@@ HO, Tripathi CB. Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. NJIRM. 2011; 2(1): 16-21.



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Patel PB, Patel TK, Patni@ S, Baxi# SN, Shrma@@ HO, Tripathi CB. Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. NJIRM. (2011), [cited October 18, 2017]; 2(1): 16-21.



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Patel, P. B., Patel, T. K., Patni@, S., Baxi#, S. N., Shrma@@, H. O. & Tripathi, C. B. (2011) Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. NJIRM, 2 (1), 16-21.



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Patel, Parvati B., Tejas K. Patel, Sunil Patni@, Seema N. Baxi#, Hari Om Shrma@@, and C. B. Tripathi. 2011. Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 2 (1), 16-21.



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Patel, Parvati B., Tejas K. Patel, Sunil Patni@, Seema N. Baxi#, Hari Om Shrma@@, and C. B. Tripathi. "Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 2 (2011), 16-21.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Patel, Parvati B., Tejas K. Patel, Sunil Patni@, Seema N. Baxi#, Hari Om Shrma@@, and C. B. Tripathi. "Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 2.1 (2011), 16-21. Print.



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Patel, P. B., Patel, T. K., Patni@, S., Baxi#, S. N., Shrma@@, H. O. & Tripathi, C. B. (2011) Hepatotoxicity Studies of Nimesulide in Litters of Rat. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 2 (1), 16-21.



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