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In Vivo Experimental Evaluation of Analgesic Efficacy of Eugenol in Experimental Rats

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Dr. B. T. Rane1, Dr. A. V. Tilak 2, Dr. Nimish S. Narkar 3, Dr. Shraddha S Bapat 4, Dr. Shaikh Zohra Neda 5, Dr. Teja A. Deshpande6*
ยป doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.10.025


Pain, considered as the fifth vital sign, is the most challenging symptom in medical practice, which often drags the patient to the doctor. Clinically, pain is categorized as acute and chronic depending on the duration, it is also categorized as somatic (Nociceptive) or neuropathic pain depending on the site and the organ structure involved. If not treated in time, it may result in debilitating sequelae and loss of function of the affected part. Analgesics are rampantly used in clinical practice and its harmful effects on vital organs like kidneys and heart on long term usage needs to be duly contemplated. It is the need of the situation to opt for alternate pain-relieving regimes with minimal possible side effects.

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