Journal Description

The International Research Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (IRJMPS) is a peer-reviewed open access scholarly journal that publishes research articles, reviews, and other scientific communications on medical and pharmaceutical sciences. The journal is published monthly and aims to provide a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to publish their work and share their findings with the wider scientific community.


The journal is committed to providing open access to all articles published, which means that readers can access the full-text articles online without any subscription or paywall. This ensures that the research published in the journal is accessible to a wider audience, including researchers, students, and healthcare professionals in developing countries who may not have access to expensive subscription-based journals.

EVALUATION OF THE WOUND HEALING EFFECT OF THE SEED POD OF PENTACLETHRA MACROPHYLLA BENTH IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCER

Introduction: Pentaclethra macrophylla, commonly referred to as the Oil Bean tree, is an indigenous plant in tropical Africa with extensive historical application in traditional medicine for addressing various health issues. Notably, the seed pod, considered a byproduct, has received scant attention despite studies highlighting the wound healing attributes of the seed. Limited research has been conducted on the seed pods of Pentaclethra macrophylla. This study aimed to assess the wound

Johnson-Ajinwo, Okiemute Rosa, Ikechukwu, Samuel Nnamdi

NEURODEGENRATION AND INFLAMATORY EFFECTS OF CONCURRENT USE OF CAFFEINE AND ALCOHOL ON HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 IN WISTAR RATS (Rattus novergicus).

A lot has been said about the neuroprotective effects of caffeine on neurodegenerative diseases at low dosage, but little has been said about its neurotoxic effects, especially when consumed with alcohol, on the CA1 region of the brain that is responsible for learning and memory and has been reported to be sensitive to neurotoxic insults. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the neurodegeneration and inflammatory effects of caffeine-alcohol consumption on the CA1 region of the

Adeleye Olufunto Omodele, Oyawaluya Bamisaye Olaofe, Yusuf Joshua Ayodele, Adelakin lola Adeola4, Adejobi Emmanuel Oluwagbenga

THEOBROMA CACAO SEED EXTRACT ATTENUATES RESERPINE-INDUCED HEMATOTOXICITY AND STOMACH TISSUE DISTORTIONS IN MALE WISTAR RATS

Alterations in blood cells and gastrointestinal (GIT) parameters are intertwined with various physiological, psychological, and environmental factors. This research elucidated the potential pharmacological roles of Theobroma cacao seed ethanolic extract on blood profile and stomach tissue aberration induced by reserpine. A total of thirty (30) adult male Wistar rats were used for this study for a period of 28 days and were divided into six groups as follows: Group A (control group), Group B

Adetunji Opeyemi Adebola, Adeoye Bayo Olufunso, Akano Oyedayo Phillips, Adeoye Ayodeji David, Adeogun Adetomiwa Ezekiel, Adebayo Iyanuoluwa Oluwadunsin, Fabiyi Oluseyi Sunday, Ogunsanya Sanmi Tunde, Nwobi Nnenna Linda, Nwobi Joseph Chigbogu, Osundina Oluwaseun Babatunde, Achor Corniluis Bangsi, Olatinwo Goodness Olusayo, , Kolawole Oluwaseyi Emmanuel, Lawal Ismail Adetayo, Adebayo Barakat Temitope, Ademoye Kehinde Aderonke