Future Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences https://pharmasprings.com/fjpms <div> <img style="width: 100%;" src="https://pharmasprings.com/templates/frontend/pages/slideshow/slideshow.gif" /></div> <p align="justify">Future Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences (FJPMS), with an ISSN pending application, is an initiative of Pharma Springs Publications. Slated for launch in 2023, FJPMS aims to bring together diverse experts from the pharmacy and medical sectors. Its core mission is to focus exclusively on the dissemination of breakthroughs and scholarly articles in Pharmaceuticals and Medical Sciences. Scheduled for quarterly issues, FJPMS is committed to publishing high-quality original research that contributes substantially to the advancement of scientific understanding in both Pharmaceutical and Medical disciplines.</p> Pharmasprings Publication en-US Future Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences 0000-0000 Scurvy - Rediscovering a Forgotten Disease https://pharmasprings.com/fjpms/article/view/601 <p align="justify">Scurvy is a long-documented dietary deficit that results from inadequate vitamin C. Because of its part in the metabolic events of connective tissue production, it results in a diverse presentation that affects numerous organ systems. Prominent signs and symptoms include ecchymoses, arthralgias, skin pigmentation, decreased wound healing, and gingival bleeding. Due to increased consumption as well as supplementation of vitamin C, the incidence of scurvy has drastically decreased in contemporary times; yet, isolated cases still arise. It is primarily identified in the elderly and malnourished in industrialised nations, and it is linked to drinking, a low socioeconomic status, as well as unhealthful eating habits. Among other GI symptoms, gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding has been reported to be an uncommon cause of scurvy. Vitamin C supplements can effectively treat and prevent it. A crucial redox co-factor in the systems of plants and animals is ascorbic acid, sometimes known as vitamin C. Although ascorbic acid is produced in sufficient amounts by most species, it functions as a real vitamin in those that lack the enzymes needed for synthesis. A crucial component of several metabolic pathways is ascorbic acid. Ascorbic acid must be obtained by humans from diet. People who eat ascorbic acid-deficient diets get scurvy.</p> Vidyadhari Arava Ashok Kumar V Teja Divya Mangala Divya Sree Bandi Pavani Tummala Ram Prathap Goud2 Porumamilla Siva Prasad Tatiparthi Swathi Krishna KV Copyright (c) 2024 Future Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2024-04-15 2024-04-15 1 1 1 5