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Abstract

ADVANCEMENT IN CONCEPTS OF YOGYASUTRIYAM (SURGICAL PRACTICE)

Dr. Kamlesh Kumar Pareek*, Prof. Mahesh Dixit, Prof. Hari Mohan Meena, Dr. Namonarayan Meena

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Acharya Sushruta was the first person, who learnt and practiced various surgical procedures in approximately 300 BC. He compiled asurgical compendia including other branches of medicine is known as „Sushruta Samhita‟ based upon what he had learnt from lord Dhanwantari and Divodash. Hence, he has been known as „Father of Indian Surgery‟ after the development of modern surgical era. The teaching principles are laid down in such manner which is unparalleled even today also. He has contributed a special chapter for new learners to extend short hand surgical training is named as „YogyasutriyaAdhyaya‟. This review study focuses on how to learn „Astavidha Shastra Karma‟ (eight surgical procedures), Bandhana (bandaging techniques) etc. on suitable objects. Modern surgery also believes in the similar concept of training. This is the reason why enormous experimental models, simulators have been developed. Present article emphasizes on the ancient and present concept of surgical skill training with a need to incorporate present training techniques in Ayurveda by collaborating both the techniques.

Keywords: Yogyasutriya Adhyaya, Astavidha Shastra Karma, Bandhana, Surgical skills.


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