alexa Abstract | Role of Embelin on Lithium Induced Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus in Albino Rats

Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Objective - The aim of this study was to investigate nephroproprotective effect of Embelin in lithium induced nephrogenic diabetic inspidus.
– Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus were induced in rats by injection of Lithium (4meq/kg/day or 27.76mg/kg/day I.P.), dissolved in normal saline for 6 day .Animals with profound polyuria daily urinary output 50-70% of the body weight were selected for study.daily urine output was assessed for confirmation of NDI.
– The result of this study that embelin show nephroprotective effect by lower plasma creatinine urinecreatinine ,urine sodium, potassium, magnesium, & nitric oxide level of kidney and also increase glutathione level of kidney
Conclusion – The renoprtective effect action of embelin due to free radical scavenging effect & vasodilatory action. Thus embelin prevent lithium induced oxidative stress and renal ischemia.

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Author(s): Patley C Patley R Kohli S Singh N Bhadhkariya S


Nephrogenic diabetic inspidus, Lithium

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