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A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL ON WOUND PACKING TO EVALUATE THE WOUND HEALING PROPERTY OF JATYADI TAIL FOLLOWING INCISION AND DRAINAGE OF VIDRADHI W.S.R TO SUPERFICIAL SKIN ABSCESSES

Dr. Aditya Kumar Shil*, Dr. P Hemantha Kumar** and Dr. B. Swapna

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An abscess is a collection of pus in a cavity formed by disintegrating tissue and surrounded by inflamed tissue. Abscesses can arise in any part of the body, but occur most often in the skin. „Sheegra Vidhahitvat’ definition of Vidradhi[1] itself suggests virulence of disease According to Acharya Sushruta, if Vidradhi attains Pakva avastha, the first line of treatment is to drain pus through bhedana karma (incision) and later, it should be treated as a Vrana.[2] The study is concern with wound packing or no packing after incision & drainage of superficial skin abscesses. The objective was to determine whether the routine packing of superficial skin abscesses after incision and drainage confers any benefit, along with ascertaining the clinical efficacy of the regularly used Povidone iodine and Jatyadi tail in wound healing, so as to prove the best. Thirty patient were selected randomly, were divided into three groups10 patients in each group, Group A (abscess cavity was not packed after Incision & drainage), Group-B (abscess cavity packed with povidone gauze), Group-C (abscess cavity packed with Jatyadi tail gauze). The result shows that by packing, proper drainage will be achieved and with which the abscess cavity heals without leaving any complications. Ultimately the healing duration of the abscess cavity can be reduced and this confers that the wound packing is a necessary procedure after Incision & Drainage (I& D). On comparing the results of group B & group C this shows that the wound healing property of Jatyadi tail is more potent than the regularly used Povidone Iodine.

Keywords: Sheegra Vidhahitvat, Jatyadi tail, Vrana.


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