ROLE OF LAGHUPANCHAMULA SIDHHA DUGDHA IN WEIGHT GAIN IN PEDIATRIC AGE GROUP: A CASE REPORT
Vd. Pratik P. Patil* and Vd. Vipul Dixit
Krushata or Karshya is a disease entity or a condition in which there occurs emaciation to the body of a person, with less quantity of Rasa Dhatu, further resulting in Karshya can be seen as a separate disease and also as a Karshya will be presenting with typical features of Asthi Shesho, Sthoola Parva. Karshya can be taken as mild to moderate form of malnutrition. Malnutrition is a global problem, having adverse effects on the survival, health performance and progress of population groups. Malnutrition can be both over and undernutrition South Asia, where India is also included is well known for the highest prevalence of underweight children. Under weight is one among the major cause of morbidity and mortality in childhood Nutritious food and implementation of balanced diet for children in the most essential period of their life, growing phase will keep them safe and healthy. A 2-Month-old female Baby was come in OPD of the In-Patient Department of Kaumarbhritya, with complaints of not gaining weight appropriate for age and associated with less Production of Milk from mother since last 1 months. This condition can be understood as Stanya-Abhav in Mother. then given Laghupanchamula Sidhha Dugdha for weight gain.
Keywords: Karshya, Stanya-Abhav, Laghupanchamula Sidhha Dugdha.
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