The Medical Management of Arsha with Chirabilwadi Quatha and Kaseesadi Thaila Sthanika Abhyanga
ArshaÂ (Piles) is the one of the most common disease encountered in clinical and surgical practice.Â ArshaÂ incidence increases with advancing age, at least 50% of people over the age of 50 years have some degree of haemorrhoidal symptoms.Â In this study an attempt has been made to treat the â€œdiseaseâ€ withÂ Chirabilwadi quatha (Panartha)Â andÂ Kaseesadi thaila (Sthanika abhyanga).Â Total thirty patients were selected by simple randomized method and allocated into three groups called Group A, B, C. Each group had ten patients. Group A. treated withÂ Chirabilwadi quatha(Panartha),Â Group B. treated withÂ Kaseesadi thailaÂ and Group C. treated with combination ofÂ Chirabilwadi quathaÂ andÂ Kaseesadi thaila. Total study period was nighty days in that thirty days was treatment and sixty days was fallow-up. The effect of treatment was observed both in subjective symptoms and objective parameters. Non significant, Significant and highly significant results were observed in subjective parameters, objective parameters and overall in all three groups.
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