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A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTATION OF AYUSH SYSTEM OF MEDICINE IN OBSTETRICS CARE IN TERMS OF MATERNAL AND NEONATAL OUTCOME

Gp Capt JC Sharma#*, Prof. Sujata Kadam$, Prof. Om Priya Mishra*, B. Chetan##, Col Narender Singh$$, Priyanka Sharma**, Neelima Chowdhury###, Anupoma###, Sonam Jindal### and Akhanksa Mauyrya$$$

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Title: A study to evaluate the effect of supplementation of AYUSH system of medicine in obstetrics care in terms of maternal and neonatal outcome. Introduction: In India, the incidence of maternal and foetal morbidity and mortality is much higher than the developed countries. The ministry of Ayush has advocated supplementation of Ayush system of medicine to improve the outcome. Aim: To evaluate the effect of supplementation of Ayush system of medicine in obstetric care in terms of maternal and neonatal outcome in a tertiary care hospital. Material and method: Pregnant women had supplementation of Ayush system of medicine during ANC & delivery from 01 Jul 2019 to 30 Jun 2020- recruited as study group. Women who delivered in the hospital from 01 July 2018 to 30 Jun 2019 was treated as control group. Practice of yoga postures, pranayama, meditation and homeopathic medicine in antenatal period, delivery and postpartum was provided. Maternal and fetal parameters among the two groups were analyzed statistically. Result: There was reduction in mean difference of HTN/PIH (25%), IHCP (54%), IUGR (28%), APH (27%), oligohydramnios (44%), anemia (16%), thrombocytopenia (29%), PROM (92%), preterm delivery (58%), and urinary tract infection (62%), blood transfusion (76%), platelet transfusion (42%); a reduction of mean difference in such as preterm labor (19%), lower segment caesarean section (24%), postpartum hemorrhage (37%). There was incidence full term normal delivery (34%), birth weight (13%), 5-minute APGAR score> 7 in (17%) the study group. Conclusion: Utilization of Ayush system of medicine resulted in reduction in obstetrics complication and improved feto maternal outcome this is the first study at tertiary health care center and had validated of the advisory of Ministry of Ayush in regard to care of pregnant women.

Keywords: Pregnancy, Ayush system of medicine, Obstetrics outcome.


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