Tuesday, 31 Jan 2023
SQU gets patent for anti-microbial formula for treating sore throat

SQU gets patent for anti-microbial formula for treating sore throat

The drug’s anti-microbial formula composition consists of tropical plants and the peel of pomegranate extracts. The therapeutic composition can also be utilized to sterilise wounds, skin ulcers, necrosis and burns. It can also be utilized as oral disinfectant agent in the type of a chewing gum, and in other disinfectant types for everyday domestic makes use of.

It has been invented by Dr Sidgi Syed Anwar Abdo Hasson, Prof Ali Abdullah Hassan al Jabri and Khazina Mohammed Masoud al Harthy from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, College of Medicine &amp Health Sciences, stated a press release.

The patent application for this invention was filed in 2017 and was granted from the United States, USPTO. The invention relates to therapy of chronic pharyngitis, and specifically to a technique of creating a therapeutic tropical plants composition for the therapy of chronic pharyngitis. The inventors stated that it took a number of years of continuous study perform involving a wide variety of scientific study disciplines to come up with this novel therapy. It treats inflammation of pharyngeal mucosal tissue major to swallowing issues, throat irritation, such as itching, dryness, or discomfort in throat, dry cough, and nausea.

Chronic pharyngitis is an inflammation of pharyngeal mucosal tissue major to swallowing issues, dryness, or discomfort in throat, dry cough, nausea, and/or vomiting when brushing teeth. A selection of elements can induce chronic pharyngitis, which includes, repeated episodes of acute pharyngitis, upper respiratory tract ailments, adjustments in climate and geographical atmosphere, temperature, humidity, poor air high quality, tobacco and alcohol stimulation. Moreover, it can brought on by spicy meals, dust, dangerous gases, radioactive radiation, and/or systemic elements.

Traditionally, clinicians have mostly utilized antibiotics for anti-inflammatory drugs to manage microbial infections and inflammation related with chronic pharyngitis. These drugs usually have an unpleasant taste, are prematurely discontinued by sufferers, and have other complications.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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