Effectiveness of Figs (Ficus carica L.), Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) and Cherry (Muntingia Calabura L.) Decoction on Decreasing SGOT and SGPT Serum in Male Wistar Strain Ratswith Acute Hepatitis Model
Keywords:Paracetamol, SGOT, SGPT, Ficus carica L., Catharanthus roseus, Muntingia Calabura L.
Acute hepatitis is inflammation of the liver. This disorder is usually caused by a virus or exposure to alcohol, drugs, toxic, or other pathogens. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of boiled figs leaves (Ficus carica L.), Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus), and cherry (Muntingia Calabura L.) on decreasing serum levels of SGOT and SGPT. The objects in this study were 30 male Wistar strain rats aged 2-3 months with a weight of 180-200 grams. Rats were randomly divided into 3 groups: the treatment group, positive control and negative control. The treatment group and positive control group were induced paracetamol 120 mg / day orally for 7 days. Boiled water of 0.3 grams Figs (Ficus carica L.), 3.5 grams of rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus), and 3.5 grams of cherry (Muntingia Calabura L.) was given as much as 3.6 cc orally for 7 days to treatment group. Data were analyzed with SPSS version 24, One Way ANOVA test was performed to compare SGOT and SGPT levels. The results showed a significant difference in SGOT levels between the treatment group, positive control group, and negative control group (p <0.05) and there were significant differences in SGPT levels between the treatment group and positive control group (p <0.05). The conclusions of this study were mixed boiled of Figs (Ficus carica L.), rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus), and and Cherry (Muntingia Calabura L.) had an effect in decreasing serum SGOT and SGPT in male rats with acute hepatitis model.
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