Cynodondactylon: A Review of Pharmacological Activities
Shweta Parihar, Devender Sharma
Sch Acad J Pharm | 183-189
DOI : 10.36347/sajp.2021.v10i11.001
The annual weedy grass Cynodondactylon (L.) Pers. Belonging to the family Poaceae is one of the tenth fortunate plants in ayurveda’s ‘Dasapushpam’ and ‘Navgaraha’ groups. Cynodondactylon (L.) Pers. has a wide range of therapeutic uses. The species is a natural resource because it grows as a weed. An overview on Cynodondactylon (L.) Pers. is undertaken with the goal of providing all the relevant information regarding this grass. The review includes botanical classification, various other species of this grass, chemical classification, pharmacological activities, various dosage forms, ethnobotanical uses, patent registered, vernacular names around the world, cultivators around the world, macroscopy, microscopy of the grass.
Anterior Olecranon Fracture Dislocation of the Elbow in a Child
M Hadir, A Skiredj, A Mouad, H zerhouni, H Oubejja, M Erraji, F Ettayebi
Sch Acad J Pharm | 190-191
DOI : 10.36347/sajp.2021.v10i11.002
Anterior Tran’s olecranon dislocation of the elbow is rarely observed in children due to the relative resistance of the capsule-ligament structures by relation to bone structures. Reporting a case that occurred in a 2-year-old child, treated orthopedically with good results.
Sleep – A Rare Gift: A Detail Review Study on Insomnia
Pravallika Boodidha, Bammidi Tushara, Mamidi Sireesha, Vana Swathi Priya, Lakhinana Krishna Priya
Sch Acad J Pharm | 192-200
DOI : 10.36347/sajp.2021.v10i11.003
Insomnia disorder is a long-term sickness in which a person has trouble sleeping. Every person has trouble sleeping every once in a while. But for people with insomnia disorder, sleep problems happen at least 3 nights each week for at least 3 stretch. Insomnia disorder can affect daily life. It can affect job and personal relationships. Insomnia disorder may also increase risk for heart disease. There are many things that trigger insomnia like stress, anxiety, alcohol, tobacco, looking at bright screens, working shifts and too much of caffeine. Once these tricks go away, the insomnia may continue and head to insomnia disorder. This may happen because of habits formed because of insomnia (such as napping, getting in bed before being sleepy, and lying-in bed awake for long periods of time). Insomnia disorder can also sometimes appear on its own with no known cause.