EFFICACY OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RECURRENT ACUTE PANCREATITIS- A CASE STUDY
*Dr. Chandreshwar Prasad Sinha, Dr. Shailendra Kumar Singh, Dr. Narendra Kunjam, Dr. P. K. Majhi and Dr. Heera Chand Patel
A pre diagnosed case of 17 years old male patient suffering from recurrent pancreatitis since last 12 months. Serum biochemical investigation shows high level of serum lipase and amylase while liver function test was within limit. Ultra sound examination of the abdomen and pelvis showed enlarged Pancreas with minimal peripancreatic fluid, prominent pancreatic duct and changes of recurrent acute or chronic pancreatitis (RACP). The classical symptoms abdominal pain, vomiting, nausea, indigestion, oily stool and weight loss were present in the patient. After six months modern medications he didn’t get proper relief, for which patients came to visit the OPD of kayachikitsa GAC Bilaspur Chhattisgarh. Patients was examined as per routine procedure and advised for specific herbominiral medications. Tamra sindur yoga along with supportive Ayurvedic medicine was given by orally twice a day. This treatment regimen was continued for two months. During this period the patients was under medical supervision with strict diet control and had taken the medicine at home with every week follow up to the hospital. After three months of therapy serum amylase and lipase level was compared before and after the treatment. The patient responded well to the above treatment and observed a significant reduction in the biochemical parameters.
Keywords: Pancreatitis, recurrent acute and chronic pancreatitis, tamra sindur.
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