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PREVENTION OF RECURRENT RESPIRATORY ILLNESS IN CHILDREN BY AN AYURVEDIC REGIMEN: CASE STUDY

Dr. Asmita Bhadre* and Dr. Shivkumar Martule

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The aim of Ayurveda is prevention of disease and maintenance of the health. According to Ayurveda all kinds of diseases are treated by Nidanaparivarjana. It is one of the best protective features of Ayurveda, which aids in prevention of disease in Pediatric age. The recurrent respiratory tract infection is common problem in paediatric practice. The prevalence of respiratory tract infections in children accounts for around 30% which itself shows the need for work in this system of body. The most important cause of death of children below 5 years of age is pneumonia causing 18% of deaths below 5 years of age, also the morbidity of respiratory illnesses is grossly 70%. The present study was single blind, randomized, control trial and the aim of the study was to Study the efficacy of Ayurvedic regimen in the prevention of recurrent respiratory illness in children. The children in the age group of 2 to 10 years were taken for study as prevalence of Recurrent respiratory illness is more common in this age. The clinical assessment of the drug response was assessed on Modified Scoring System. The case study discussed here is of 30 patients taking Ayurvedic Regimen (Abhraka bhasma, Sitopladi churna and Shwakaschintamani rasa) for prevention of Recurrent respiratory illness in children. Ayurvedic Regimen is a combination of three drug i.e., Abhrak bhasma, Sitopladi churna & Shwaskaschintamani rasa which is herbo-mineral medicine. It shows Rasayana effect due to Madhur rasa, Sheetavirya & Snigdh guna i.e. nourishes all Dhatus and built Ojas by improving immunity against allergic conditions and strengthen lung tissue. Ayurvedic management proved to be beneficial in this case of recurrent respiratory illness.

Keywords: Recurrent respiratory track illness, Nidanaparivarjana, Pneumonia, Ayurvedic Regimen.


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