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ROLE OF AYURVEDIC PRINCIPLES FOR EMERGENCY TREATMENT

*Dr. Pooja Pawar, Dr. Shivam Kumar Nigam and *Amo Ayush Cho Katni

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An acute and critical injury or sickness that requires instant treatment and puts a person's health in threat, whether they are conscious or no is referred as an emergency. The believed that Ayurveda plays no part in emergency care is untrue; instead, Acharyas have clearly described emergency care in Ayurveda using terms like Sanubhadhan, Atyaayik, Twarita, Ashu, and Sadhya Vyadhi. General emergencies and diseases are both taken into account in ayurvedic medicine. Chakrapani says that these three factors Nidan, Dosha and Dushya combine or associate, they do so fast and extremely forcefully, causing diseases with severe manifestations or with all of the symptoms and signs of diseases. This is referred to as an emergency or an acute sickness. Acharya Charaka divided the diseases in to Mridu (mild) and Daruna (severe) in which Daruna refers to an urgent condition or emergency. Ayurveda talks about emergency management, which can be helpful in emergency and life-threatening situations and simply requires enlightenment. It is significant to highlight that Ayurvedic principles can be used to address mild to moderate situations like Pravahika, Tamak Swash, Atisar Jwara etc. Some general medical emergencies which treatment has best describe in Ayurveda are hyperthermia (Jwara,), acute diarrhea(Atisar) severe migraine(Ardhavbedhaka), asthama (TamakaSwasa), Trauma(vranopchar), gynecological emergencies, burns (Daha), poisoning (VishUapchar) cardiac arrest(HridayRoga) etc.

Keywords: Emergency treatment, Atyaayik emergency, Pravahika, TamakSwash, Atisar.


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