Objective: To investigate the effects of sodium iodide on acute and sub-acute inflammation in albino rats and to explore its interaction with aspirin and mefenamic acid Methods: Sodium iodide was evaluated for its anti-inflammatory action by carrageenan induced and foreign body induced inflammation in albino rats. The combinations of sodium iodide + aspirin and sodium iodide + mefenamic acid were also investigated for their effects on inflammation. Results: Sodium iodide potentiated anti- inflammatory activity of aspirin and mefenamic acid in acute inflammation. In sub-acute model, sodium iodide (SAI dose) when combined with aspirin 54 mg/kg b.w. failed to show the significant anti- inflammatory activity. Similarly, sodium iodide failed to potentiate anti- inflammatory of mefenamic acid (SAI dose) and the mean granuloma dry weight was 16.46±2.17mg. Conclusion: Sodium iodide in its therapeutic (400mg/ day) equivalent dose showed significant anti- inflammatory activity in the acute model of inflammation.
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
Shenoy, R. R., Arun, T. S., & Patil, P. A. (2007). Effects of sodium iodide on inflammation and its interaction with aspirin and mefenamic acid in albino rats. Pharmacologyonline, 3, 333-350. https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-38349018526&partnerID=40&md5=cac7576eb7494e3cac378b4b5b61c0ad