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PRINCIPLES OF BANDAGING AND TECHNIQUES – AN AYURVEDIC AND MODERN REVIEW

Dr. Dhawale Jyoti Dhanraj* and Dr. Kedar Nita

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Dressing and bandage are frequently used interchangeably. An integral part of routine wound care is dressing. The main functions of wound dressings are to: a) offer a temporary physical barrier of protection, b) apply pressure to control bleeding, c) support a medical device, such as a splint, or to support the body on its own, d) absorb wound drainage, and e) offer the moisture required to maximise re-epithelialization. Additionally, it can be utilised to confine a certain body portion. In Ayurveda, bandaging is referred to as bandhan. In the Sushrut Samhita, Ashtang Hridyam, and Ashtanga Sangraha, Acharya Sushruta and Vaghbhata discuss bandha. The Bandhan is crucial for more straightforward, efficient wound care. The anatomical and pathologic aspects of the wound determine the best type of dressing. Modern wound dressings offer other advantages like antibacterial capabilities and pain relief. In this review article, we have attempted to describe several bandhan kinds, their sthanas (locations), their vidhis (procedures), their management, and how Susruta Samhita and Vaghbhata in Ayurveda are useful in the modern era.

Keywords: Bandh, Bandhanvidhi, Shushrutsmhita, Bandaging.


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