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“EFFECT OF SHATADHAUTA GHRITA LOCAL APPLICATION ON YONIGAT SADYA VRAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EPISIOTOMY WOUND – A CASE STUDY.”

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Keywords

Yonigat sadya vrana, shata dhaut ghrit,sutika avastha,ropan karma

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patil, D. (2019). “EFFECT OF SHATADHAUTA GHRITA LOCAL APPLICATION ON YONIGAT SADYA VRAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EPISIOTOMY WOUND – A CASE STUDY.”. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(01). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/269

Abstract

Episiotomy is defined as a deliberate incision taken on perineum to avoid perineal tear during labour. Now days the term episiotomy comes into consideration because the perineal tears can give many complications, like infection, sepsis. Healing becomes problematic even after suturing there may be infection by fecal matter. As the modern science get advanced with new antibiotic, the resistance to various antibiotic increases. As episiotomy wound can be considered as Sadya vrana, Ropan karma should be done on that Sadya Vrana.

The present study entitled, “To study the efficacy of shata dhauta ghrita local application on yonigata sadya vrana during sutika avastha (i.e. episiotomy)” and aims & objectives were decided according to present study. In present study shata dhaut ghrita used as a trial drug for this study.  The clinical assessment was done on the basis of grading criteria with specific symptomology of patients like Pain, Swelling, Discharge, Edges, and Smell of sadya vrana.  It can be conclude that patient applying shata dhauta ghrita in yonigata sadya vrana during sutika avastha(i.e. episiotomy) is quite effective in reducing the Pain, Swelling, Discharge, Edges, and Smell of sadya vrana.

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Acharya vidyadhar Shukla Prof.ravi dutt tripathi
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Abstract

Episiotomy is defined as a deliberate incision taken on perineum to avoid perineal tear during labour. Now days the term episiotomy comes into consideration because the perineal tears can give many complications, like infection, sepsis. Healing becomes problematic even after suturing there may be infection by fecal matter. As the modern science get advanced with new antibiotic, the resistance to various antibiotic increases. As episiotomy wound can be considered as Sadya vrana, Ropan karma should be done on that Sadya Vrana.


The present study entitled, “To study the efficacy of shata dhauta ghrita local application on yonigata sadya vrana during sutika avastha (i.e. episiotomy)” and aims & objectives were decided according to present study. In present study shata dhaut ghrita used as a trial drug for this study.  The clinical assessment was done on the basis of grading criteria with specific symptomology of patients like Pain, Swelling, Discharge, Edges, and Smell of sadya vrana.  It can be conclude that patient applying shata dhauta ghrita in yonigata sadya vrana during sutika avastha(i.e. episiotomy) is quite effective in reducing the Pain, Swelling, Discharge, Edges, and Smell of sadya vrana.