cauterization, Dhatakyadi yog, post op fissurectomy wound, grading criteria, shodhan and ropan.

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Ajinkya Deepak Acharekar
Sanjeev Yadav

Abstract

Cauterization (or cautery) is medical practice or technique of burning a part of the body to remove or close off a part of it. As after cauterization, the wound which is caused is a type of burn wound. As per Ayurvedic text, Dhatakyadi yog has been used as a local application for burn wound.


The present study entitled,†To study the efficacy of Dhatakyadi yog in the local application on post-op fissurectomy cauterized wound†and aims & objectives were decided according to the present study. a single case study was done. The clinical assessment was done on the basis of grading criteria with specific symptomology of patients like pain, swelling, discharge. It can be concluded that patient applying Dhatakyadi yog in Cauterized wound is quite effective in reducing the pain, swelling, discharge. And as per Ayurveda it causes shodhan and ropan effect on wound.

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Acharekar, A. D., & Yadav, S. (2019). cauterization, Dhatakyadi yog, post op fissurectomy wound, grading criteria, shodhan and ropan. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(02). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/317
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Author Biography

Sanjeev Yadav

Principal, HOD and Professor in Shalya Tantra, G. D. Pol foundation's Yerala Medical College, Kharghar, Navi-mumbai, Maharashtra.

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