AYURVEDA MANAGEMENT OF SADYVRANA: CASE STUDY
Dr. Poornima P. K. M., Dr. Aiyanna and Dr. Siddesh Aradyamath.
An injury is the adverse effect of a physical force upon a person. The force involved in most injuries is mechanical. Coming to Wound healing it is a natural restorative response to tissue injury involves interaction of a complex cascade of cellular events that generates resurfacing, reconstitution and restoration of the tensile strength of injured skin. The major aspect of the management of the fresh wound is prevention of the infection and speedy healing. Reducing pain, discharge and less discoloration after recovery, The proper initial care of the fresh wound will definitely prevent the inadvertent complications, treatment protocol and medicine, here is an attempt with ayurvedic classical medication for patient with sadyovrana and study has shown satisfactory improvement. Objective of the study: To evaluate the efficacy of the madhusarpi in management of sadyovrana. Methodology: Study carried out on the patient diagnosed with Sadyovrana, Wound initially cleaned with normal saline. necrotic tissue was removed and properly cleaned. By measuring dimensions of wound the size of gauze is selected and dipped in madhusarpi, soaked gauze is properly applied over wound and wound is closed with sterile dressing, wound be treated for 15 days duration. follow up will be done on alternative days of treatment.
Keywords: sadyovrana, madhusarpi, Shashthi Upakrama.
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