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Abstract Title:

The protective effects of grape seed oil on induced osteoarthritis of the knee in male rat models.

Abstract Source:

J Orthop Surg Res. 2020 Sep 10 ;15(1):400. Epub 2020 Sep 10. PMID: 32912277

Abstract Author(s):

Nader Tanideh, Soheil Ashkani-Esfahani, Farid Sadeghi, Omid Koohi-Hosseinabadi, Cambyz Irajie, Aida Iraji, Bart Lubberts, Soleiman Mohammadi Samani

Article Affiliation:

Nader Tanideh

Abstract:

BACKGROUND: Osteoarthritis (OA), though being treated via various methods and medicines, is still a major healthcare concern mostly due to the increase in diagnosis of these age-related diseases. The present study aimed at investigating the effects of oral and intra articular injection of grape seed oil on OA in male rat models.

METHODS AND MATERIALS: Seventy male rats were selected and their anterior cruciate ligament was cut to induce OA. They were divided into 7 groups (n = 10): C1, no treatment; C2, receiving 300 mg/day of Piascledine per os (PO); C3, 1 mg sodium hyaluronate intra-articularly in days 1, 7, 14; C4, 1 mg methyl-prednisolone acetate intra-articularly; E1, avocado and grape seed oil combination (2:1, 300 mg/day) PO; E2, 500 mg/day of grape seed oil PO; E3, 200 mg/day grape seed oilintra-articularly. After 10 weeks, the rats were anesthetized and evaluated radiologically and histopathologically. P value ≤ 0.05 was considered as statistically significant.

RESULTS: All the groups made significant differences with C1 regarding all inspected radiological criteria (P≤ 0.05). E1 and E3 showed significantly better effects on medial femoral condyle, medial tibial condyle, joint space width, total osteophyte, and OA scores (P ≤ 0.04). Joint surface, matrix, cell distribution, cell population viability, calcification, and subchondral bone in treatment groups hadsignificantly better scores versus C1 (P ≤ 0.04). E1 and E3 had significantly superior results regarding joint surface, cell viability, and calcification (P ≤ 0.04).

CONCLUSIONS: Grape seed oil has protective effects, both in injectable form and PO in combination with avocado, on OA in rats. Further clinical trials are necessary.

Study Type : Animal Study

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