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The Antihaptic Effect Of Senna Leaves
Nov 12, 2018


Effective for stomach and duodenal hemorrhage. The liquid was sprayed on the bleeding site of stomach under gastroscope, and the immediate hemostasis was observed under direct vision. Intraperitoneal injection of 200mg/kg of glucosinolate could significantly shorten the bleeding time of mice. Oral administration of senna leaves can increase the content of platelet count and fibrinogen, and shorten the time of coagulation, thrombin, calcium rectification and clot contraction. In addition, the protective effect of the product on gastric mucosa injury induced by hydrochloric acid and indomethacin was also beneficial to the prevention and treatment of gastric and duodenal hemorrhage.