Efficacy of Pylorin (poly herbal formulation) for the management non Ulcer condition of stomach and H. Pylori limited Dyspepsia

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Efficacy of Pylorin (poly herbal formulation) for the management non Ulcer condition of stomach and H. Pylori limited Dyspepsia

Syed Zahoor ul Hassan Zaidi, Ejaz Mohiuddin, Asif Iqbal, Shahabuddin
Int. J. Biosci.18( 6), 65-71, June 2021.
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More than half of the world population present with the varying degree of dyspeptic situation in gastroenterology setting in health care system, available options of medications has not shown long term control over the ailment if there is, after some time relapse of the disease. In current era need for the development of alternate option to relief dyspepsia symptom has got much importance, dyspepsia affects more than 50% of the world population in majority of the cases it is not associated with identifiable lesion like H. pylori infection otherwise it’s eradication may spontaneously relive this ailment.This study was carried out for the assessment of the efficacy of the poly herbal formulation Pyorin for the management of dyspepsia in non-ulcer cases.Study was randomized single blind multicenter parallel arm study, carried at Shafa ul Mulk Memorial Hospital for Eastern Medicine, Hamdard University Karachi. All the process of Pylorin preparation was carried out at Hamdard University Karachi. Overall 670 total participants were enrolled in the study, 330 patients who receive Pylorin   comprise 138 female and 192 male. 264(80%) patients got complete relief, 49(15%) patients report only mild relief in their symptom while 17(5%) cases show no improvement. While in case of placebo only 27 cases shows marked improvement out of 340 cases rest of the cases shows mild improvement. Hence Pylorin can be used to manage H. Pylori limited dyspepsia.


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