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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY OF ABHA GUGGULU IN BHAGNA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LONG BONE FRACTURE

*Dr. Manisha Yadav, Dr.(Prof) Sunil Kumar Joshi and Dr. Vishal Verma

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Trauma management has been in practice since Vedic periods. This part of the treatment in Ayurveda is called Bhagna Chikitsa. Many of the principles of fracture treatment described by Acharya Sushruta centuries ago, are still relevant & used in the present time for the management of fracture. Trauma is the main cause of dislocation (displacement of the joint) or fracture (break in the continuity of a bone) of a bone. Loss of movements like flexion, extention etc, sever pain on the slight touch[1], swelling in the affected part, deformity, crepitus, no relief of pain in any posture[2] are the important symptoms, which are present in fractured patients. A clinical trial was conducted in a group of 15 patients including both male & female, diagnosed on the basis of sign & symptoms of Bhagna/fracture. Patients were selected randomly irrespective of their religion, race, occupation etc. They were administered Abha Guggulu, a herbal formulation, at a dose of 2 tablet trice a day with luke warm water or milk for three months and were observed at the interval of every 15 days during the study period.

Keywords: Asthi, Bhagna, Bhagna Chikitsa, Abha Guggulu.


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