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A CLINICAL STUDY OF SANDHIGATA VATA (OSTEOARTHRITIS) THROUGH NIDANA

Dr. Avijit Das*, Dr. Saurabh Kumar, Dr. Sandeep, Dr. Puja Nayak, Dr. Kuldeep Singh Chauhan, Dr. Anindita Debnath, Mr. Arunendra Kumar Singh

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Sandhigata vata is one of the vata vyadhi where in vata dosha plays an important role in the manifestation of the disease especially in Vruddha avastha. A Person who indulges more Vatakara Ahara and Vihara is more prone to this disease. As it usually occurs in Vruddha avastha this disease is said to be kasta sadhya. Aims and Objectives: 1. A conceptual study of etiopathogenesis of sandhigata vata. This includes the etiopathogenesis of sandhigata vata, etiological classifications, pathogenic evolutions will be discussed. Materials and Methods: Source of Data: The patients attending OPD and IPD of Amrapali Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Unnao, Behta Mujawar, Sandila Bangermau Road, Uttar Pradesh. with the complaints of Sandhigata vikrithi will be examined and selected for the study, if the diagnosis of Sandhigata vata is established. Study Design  It is an observational clinical diagnostic study where minimum of 30 patients with established clinical diagnosis of sandhigata vata were selected.  Detail history about their regular food habits and daily regimen were recorded to assess the probable incidence of Nidana, Signs and symptoms of the patients were recorded through different pareekshas and pratyakshadi pramana. Results: In this study majority of the patients were between the age group of 50 – 60 years i.e., Vruddha avastha. In this study females were the most sufferers. Most of the patients were used to mixed diet consuming more non vegetarian food. All the patients registered gave a history of intake of maximum number of Nidana and also presented with signs and symptoms mentioned in our classics.

Keywords: Sandhigatav?ta Vata, osteoarthritis, etiopathogenesis.


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