COMPARATIVE GASTRIC ULCEROGENIC EFFECTS OF NAPROXIN, FENOPROFEN AND RECTIFIED SPIRIT IN ALBINO RAT

Umar Daraz, Muhammad Zahoor Janjua

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ABSTRACT:
A study of comparative ulcerogenicity of naproxen, fenoprofen and rectified spirit was conducted under
dissecting as well as laboratory microscope. Different parameters of mucus barrier disruption were
studied in detail and a statistical comparison was made between the three drugs used. It was found that
under dissecting microscope the difference was non-significant but under light microscope naproxen was
maximally ulcerogenic followed by rectified spirit and fenoprofen was least ulcerogenic.

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