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Effect of Channa striata extract on knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review

Abstract

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a common form of joint disease globally. Knee OA treatment is challenging due to the lack of a disease-altering medication. Complementary and alternative medicine for OA is becoming more popular. Channa striata (CS) has been examined as a potential treatment for knee OA. This systematic review used the PRISMA guideline. Evaluation from PubMed, Google Scholar, and ScienceDirect obtained seven articles included in this review based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. Three of them were randomized control trials and four studies were experimental studies with animals. Based on the available evidence from in vivo studies, CS extract can prevent fibrillation and surface irregularities, thus reducing the friction of the joint, and in trial study also showed that the participant's quality of life improved due to the decrease in pain and symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. As a result of its complex chemical makeup, CS may have a variety of beneficial effects, including anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, and pain-relieving capabilities. Several limitations remain in the existing research. These include studies with too small of a sample size, too short of a duration, extract toxicity, an absence of evaluation of structural changes and residual effects after investigational products have ended, and the need to further evaluate specific bioactive components.

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Prasetya, I. P. D., & Wiratnaya, I. G. E. . (2024). Effect of Channa striata extract on knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review. Indonesia Journal of Biomedical Science, 18(1), 140–146. https://doi.org/10.15562/ijbs.v18i1.561

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