Effect of Hingulamrutadi malahara in the management of dushta vrana
Dustavrana is a common and frequently encountered problem faced in surgical practice. The presence of Dushtavrana(1) worsens the condition of the patient with different complications and may become fatal. Local factors on wound like slough, infection and foreign body, affect the normal process of healing. A healthy wound in a normal body heals earlier with a minimum scar as compared to a contaminated wound. Therefore in this study all the efforts are made to make a Dustvrana into a shuddhavrana. (2) Once the vrana becomes shuddha, ropana of the vrana will start. The objective of the study was to evaluate the Shodhana and Ropana effect of HingulamrutadiMalahara in Dushtavrana compared with standard Jatyadi Ghrita.
Clinically diagnosed 40 Patients of Dushtavrana were randomly divided into two groups, each consisting of 20 Patients. H group were treated with the HingulamrutadiMalahara treated group. J Group as a control group was treated by JatyadiGhrita.
On the basis of assessment criteria and overall result of treatment, the patients of Hingulamrutadi Malahara group showed better results when compared to Jatyadi Ghrita group.Hingulamrutadi Malahara has provided good relief in most of the signs and symptoms of the patients of Dushtavrana, in comparison to Jatyadi Ghrita. Its overall effects were good in comparison to Jatyadi Ghrita.
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