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POSTER PRESENTATION
Year : 2012  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 89

PA01.39. A clinical study in the management of dustavrana with balataila application


Department of Shalya Tantra, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

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P G Tilak Prasantha Kumara
Department of Shalya Tantra, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan
India
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Purpose: Proper care must be taken even for a clean wound in normal body to heal earlier with a minimum scar. Various scientific and technological advancement taking place from time to time the problem wound healing is still under evolution process, till now there are many research works have been undertaken on Chronic wounds. As Dustavrana is vitiated by various doshas so it needs proper care in proper time. Hence in present concept all efforts are directed to keep the wound clean and also to enhance the wound healing. To manage the Dustavrana different type of treatment modalities explained in the classics, Bala Taila is one among them. Objective of study: To assess the effectiveness of BalaTaila Application in wound healing. To assess the healing of wound (Vrana ropana). Method: 30 patients were selected according to inclusion criteria and divided into two groups of 15 each. Viz Group I: Trail group, were treated by Bala Taila local application once daily & Group II: Control group, were treated by the application of Hydrogen Peroxyde, sterile dry gauze were used for dressing. Result: Results were assessed with the help of prefixed assessment criteria, and favorable results obtained on, Vedana as 85%, Swelling 80%, Varna 84.44%, Srava 82.92% Granulation 86.66% and size of wound 79.41%. The result of Bala Taila is found to be statically significant in the process of wound healing Conclusion: The Bala Taila proves a vital role in the healing of Dustavrana.


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