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The effect of Carica papaya L. leaves extract capsules on platelets count and hematocrit level in dengue fever patient

@article{Yunita2012TheEO,
  title={The effect of Carica papaya L. leaves extract capsules on platelets count and hematocrit level in dengue fever patient},
  author={Fenny Yunita and Endang Sri Hanani and Jusuf Kristianto},
  journal={International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={573-578}
}
Indonesia is one of the countries with the highest cases of dengue fever in South East Asia. [...] Key Method The design of this study was randomized clinical trial with a sample size of 80 subjects. These subjects were ra n- domized into two groups of 40, including the control and intervention gro up (received two CPC three times daily). The results showed that CPC had significant increased the platelet count ( p<0.05), maintained stability of hemat ocrit in the normal level, shorten hospitalization ( p<0.05…Expand
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Blood analysis reports, ultrasonographic findings, statistical results and patients recovery from d Dengue infection clearly shows the therapeutic role of Carica papaya leaf extracts in treating dengue infected patients. Expand
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The clinical value of improvement in platelet count or early discharge is unclear in the absence of more robust indicators of favourable clinical outcome, and current evidence is insufficient to comment on the role of CP extract in dengue. Expand
Carica Papaya; A Paired and Alternative Therapy of Dengue Fever
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Platelet enhancement by Carica papaya L. leaf fractions in cyclophosphamide induced thrombocytopenic rats is due to elevated expression of CD110 receptor on megakaryocytes.
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C. papaya leaf juice enhances the platelet count in chemotherapy-induced thrombocytopenia by increasing the expression of CD110 receptor on the megakaryocytes, and activating CD 110 receptor might be a viable strategy to increase the platelets production in individuals suffering from Thp. Expand
Comparative evaluation of platelet augmentation activity of Carica papaya leaf juice and hydrocortisone in thrombocytopenic rats
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