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Year : 2013  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 87

PA03.18. Clinical efficacy of mahaushadhikwath in amvaat using scientific parameters

YMT Medical Ayurvedic College, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

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Namrata Koli
YMT Medical Ayurvedic College, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
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DOI: 10.4103/0257-7941.123915

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  1. To study lakshnik upshaya in aamvata 2) Correlate efficacy of kwath using clinical parameter 3) To study usage of this kwath w.s.r shatkriyakaal of aamvaat.
Method: Mahaushadhi kwath 40 ml twice a day included guduchi and sunth referred from yogratnakar all men and women from age group of 18- 60 yrs will be included textual lakshanas mentioned will be considered pathologically ESR will be monitered , xray of involved joined before and after will be studied scientific parameters like woman scale for pain, stiffness and daily activity will be studied. vas scale for pain, ring method for swelling and lakshanik upashay gradation method will be implemented sclerosis, gout, tb joints, fracture, shiphylitc joint,etc will be excluded all data will be statistically proven and well represented. Result: Statistically significant results were seen in swelling , stiffness and generalised symptoms ESR was lowered in most cases thereby inlammation was seen reduced pain was not statistically sifnificant but improved statistically when given with eranda. Conclusion: Mahaushadhi kwath proves useful to breakdowm bheda avastha of aamvaata.

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