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CONCEPT OF WET NURSING IN AYURVEDA & CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE

Dr. Abaji Bapu Sargar* and Dr. Saguna Nilkanth Thakare

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In old study of ayurveda the idea of dhatri (a wet medical attendant) is referenced by numerous Acharyas like Charaka as Sushruta and Kashyapa. In insufficiency of bosom milk, the idea of dhatri-a wet medical caretaker to take care of the child acquires significance. As per Ayurveda bosom milk is considered as nectar to the youngster and there is no other option or substitute for the bosom milk. A wet attendant is a lactating lady who bosom feeds and really focuses on another's kid. In case mother isn't live or incapable to bosom feed her child because of her ailment or picking not to take care of as a result of her tasteful awareness. In Ashtanga hridya Vagbhatta has encouraged to delegate two wet medical attendants while others has not indicated the number. Presumably in ayurvedic texts kid the executives is educated remembering the kids regarding rulers and rich individuals as these creators were propped by the lords and the sovereigns probably won't like for the breastfeeding. That is by wet attendants were sorted out for something similar, Sushruta advices not to change the wet edical caretaker too much of the time as this training will be not harmonious for the kid and he might experience the ill effects of different issue as he get milk of various quality. Ayurvedic classis underscores on arrangement of wet medical caretakers after exhaustive physical and mental assessment.

Keywords: In old study of ayurveda the idea of dhatri (a wet medical attendant) is referenced by numerous Acharyas like Charaka as Sushruta and Kashyapa. In insufficiency of bosom milk, the idea of dhatri-a wet medical caretaker to take care of the child acquires s


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