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Abstract

RANDOMISED COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF TRAYUSHNADI GUTIKA WITH AND WITHOUT VIRECHAN BY ABHYADI MODAK IN PRAMEHAJANYA UPDRAV WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY

*Vaidya Dubey Shivanikumari Rajesh and Vaidya Vinayak V. Tayade

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As the cases of Diabetes mellitus (DM) are increasing, its complications are becoming more and more prevalent. The Diabetes currently affects about 8.8% of the Indian population.[1] Hence there is need to prevent patients from becoming dependent on external insulin dosages and lifelong intake of oral medications, which may further make the prognosis worse. Though management of Diabetic Complication is possible by Modern medicines, it has its own fallacies. Both Shodhan and shaman chikitsa have been mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts for the treatment of Prameha using various formulations which have significant results. Here two groups were taken for the study of Trayushnadi gutika with or without virechan, each group having 25 patients. Virechan was done using Abhyadi Modak. The Objective and subjective parameters both were taken for analysis and statistics were applied. The effect seen during the time period of 3 months (90 Days) in both the groups will be discussed in this article.

Keywords: Diabetic Complications, Prameha Updravas, Diabetes, Ayurveda, Diabetes Mellitus, Chikitsa.


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