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A CLINICO-PATHOLOGICAL STUDY ON PANDUROGA AND IT’S MANAGEMENT WITH RAKTABASTI AND VASADI KWATH GHANAVATI

Dr. Panda Antaryami*, Prof. (Dr.) Panda Pradip Kumar and Dr. Sahu Manoranjan

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Introduction:- Panduroga, described in Ayurveda resembles to the clinical features of Anaemia. Anaemia is defined as a condition in which the total Haemoglobin (Hbgm%) level is poorly lowered. Materials and methods:-A clinical study on 30 Panduroga patients with low level of Hb gm%; 10 patients in each group (Group A, Group B and Group C) were registered from OPD and IPD of Govt. Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Balangir. In Group A patients, 60 ml of blood of a previously screened donor with same blood group was given per rectally after pre-operative management. The same procedure was repeated after 48 hours. In Group B, patients were given “Vasadi kwath Ghanavati” 2tab (500 mg each) thrice daily with honey orally for 30 days. In Group C, patients were given both “Raktabasti” and “Vasadi kwath Ghanavati” as per the above procedures. The patients were followed up at 5 days interval upto 30 days in order to find the efficacy of both the trials by statistical paired t test. Observation and result:-There was 62.87% of improvement in signs and symptoms and 37.8% of increase in the level of Hbgm% (P<0.001) in the patients of Group A, 43.26% of improvement in signs and symptoms and 10.66% of increase in the level of Hb gm% (P<0.02) in the patients of Group B, 71.33% of improvement in signs and symptoms and 38.66% of increase in the level of Hbgm% (P<0.001) in the patients of Group C. Conclusion:-The overall study revealed that the trial on “Raktabasti” with “Vasadi kwath Ghanavati” (Group C) showed more efficacy than both the independent trial (Group A and Group B).

Keywords: Panduroga, Raktabasti, Vasadi kwath Ghanavati.


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