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17 / 07 / 2023

 


Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study

Achyut Prabhakar Jagdale, Pravin Raghunatharo Joshi, Amit Hanmant Shingare.


Abstract
Non-healing wounds are a serious problem faced by many patients. Chronic non-healing wounds are those which fail to progress through a timely sequence of repair. Typically, there is a physiologic impairment that slows or prevents wound healing. The incidence of non-healing wounds is expected to increase as our population ages. The impact on the health and quality of life of the patient and the family cannot be underestimated. Ayurveda has mentioned this condition in the prodromal stage of skin manifestation (Kushta Purvaroopa) as a Chronic -non-healing wound (Vrananaam Chirasthithi). By applying Ati Desha Tantra Yukti (incorporation of useful knowledge from other sources, which are not described in the current science), in this condition, we can understand non-healing wounds and find an appropriate solution to this through Ayurveda. Hence Samprapti (pathology) of Kushta if analysed critically reveals the existence of non-healing wounds. Proceeding on these lines if treatment is started it would be logical. As the term Vrananaam Chirasthithi is not described elsewhere, similar other Samprapti of other Vyadhi (disease) are automatically ruled out. So keeping this assumption in mind the present study was designed for the addition of a new approach to already existing non-healing wounds. The patient was selected for treatment on the lines of Kushta. Based on the observations, the effects of the treatment were analyzed. Treatment modalities relate to Kustha Purvaroopa and mainly removing the Rasa Rakta Mamsagata Kleda (Body fluid, blood and muscle excessive wetness) resulting in wound healing and achievement of Shuddha Chikitsa (pure treatment) without any adverse drug reaction and cost-effectiveness.

Key words: Non healing wound, Kushta Purvaroop, Taal Sindoor, Aragvadhaadi Kashaya, Panchagavya Ghruta


 
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Jagdale AP, Joshi PR, Shingare AH. Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. J. res. tradit. med. 2023; 9(Jan - June 2023): 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433


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Jagdale AP, Joshi PR, Shingare AH. Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. https://www.tmjournal.org/?mno=161433 [Access: June 07, 2024]. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433


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Jagdale AP, Joshi PR, Shingare AH. Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. J. res. tradit. med. 2023; 9(Jan - June 2023): 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



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Jagdale AP, Joshi PR, Shingare AH. Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. J. res. tradit. med. (2023), [cited June 07, 2024]; 9(Jan - June 2023): 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



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Jagdale, A. P., Joshi, . P. R. & Shingare, . A. H. (2023) Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. J. res. tradit. med, 9 (Jan - June 2023), 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



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Jagdale, Achyut Prabhakar, Pravin Raghunatharo Joshi, and Amit Hanmant Shingare. 2023. Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE, 9 (Jan - June 2023), 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



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Jagdale, Achyut Prabhakar, Pravin Raghunatharo Joshi, and Amit Hanmant Shingare. "Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study." JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE 9 (2023), 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Jagdale, Achyut Prabhakar, Pravin Raghunatharo Joshi, and Amit Hanmant Shingare. "Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study." JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE 9.Jan - June 2023 (2023), 30-33. Print. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433



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Jagdale, A. P., Joshi, . P. R. & Shingare, . A. H. (2023) Management of non-healing wound (in the stage of Kushta Purvaroopa) through Ayurveda - A case study. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE, 9 (Jan - June 2023), 30-33. doi:10.5455/jrtm.2023/161433