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ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE (AMR) IN KAUMARBHRITYA: AN AYURVEDIC VIEW

Karuna S. Ratnaparkhi and Ruchira B. Gaikwad*

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Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global concern. New resistance mechanisms are emerging and spreading globally. When microorganisms become resistant to most antimicrobials, they often referred as “superbugs”. We are surrounded by billions of microorganisms. Most of them are not harmful, or are opportunistic which may attack in hosts and children. They may prove harmful in neonatal wards or labour room. Limited ability to manage resistant infections results in prolong morbidity, disability and increased mortality. AMR is natural phenomenon. However, it is accelerated by the inappropriate use of antimicrobials. It is quite natural that Ayurveda, the oldest health care system in the world (about 5000 years old) does not have the word „Antibiotics‟, but a curious search in its literature will definitely shows number of references stating that certain disease are produced due to micro-organisms (krimi) and acharya have already mentioned many drugs and kalpa to kill these micro-organisms/krimi. The paper summarizes the Ayurvedic approaches which can be used effectively for prevention and treatment of bacterial diseases.

Keywords: Antimicrobial resistance, AMR, Ayurveda, Krimi, Alternative Medicine.


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