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The protective role of camel\'s milk on some hematological parameters of male rats infected with gastric ulcer

Author : Khalid G. Al-Fartosi and Ali Jalil Al-Adhadh

The present study was carried out to investigate the protective role of camel\'s milk in some hematological parameters of male rats treated with ethanol (80%) to induce acute gastric lesions. Male rats weighted (280 300 g)were divided in five groups : (control group (I)) that were treated with (5ml/kg) of physiological saline (0.85% NaCl), (milk group (II)) that were treated with (5ml/kg) of raw camel\'s milk, (ulcer group (III) ) that were treated with (5ml/kg) of ethanol (80%) and sacrificed after(24 hours), (ulcer group(IV) ) that were treated with (5ml/kg) of ethanol (80%) and after (24 hours) treated with (5ml/kg) of physiological saline,( treatment group (V) ) initially treated with (5ml/kg) of ethanol (80%) then after (24 hours) treated with (5ml/kg) of raw camel\'s milk. The results showed a significant decrease(P ≤ 0.05) in (RBC , Hb , PCV , MCH and MCHC) in the ulcer groups(III) and (IV),while there was showed a significant increase (P ≤ 0.05)in (WBC, MCV) compared with control group(I), milk group (II) and treatment group (V).


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