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EFFECT OF TRIPHALA KWATH DHAVAN AND JATYADI TAIL APPLICATION ALONG WITH LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DUSHTA VRANA (NON HEALING DIABETIC WOUND)

*Dr. Umesh Arvind Mallewar and Dr. Deepali Manore

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Diabetic wounds, a significant complication of diabetes mellitus, represent a complex and challenging aspect of healthcare. These wounds, often characterized by slow healing, susceptibility to infections, and impaired tissue repair, arise due to the interplay of various factors associated with diabetes. Chronic hyperglycaemia, neuropathy, vascular changes, and compromised immune function contribute to the development and persistence of diabetic wounds. Managing these wounds requires a multidisciplinary approach, combining medical interventions, wound care strategies, and lifestyle modifications to promote optimal healing and prevent complications. Understanding the intricacies of diabetic wounds is crucial for health care professionals to provide effective and comprehensive care for individuals grappling with this condition. The four basic processes which take place in wound healing are - Inflammation, Wound contraction, Epithelialization and Granulation tissue formation. There are many factors which influence the wound healing like age, nutrition, hormones, co-morbid conditions, place and position of wound, blood supply to the area exposure. But involvement of infection will not allow the wound to heal and convert it into Dushta Vrana (chronic wound). Triphala kwath dhavan and Local application with Jatyadi Taila helps in managing Dushta Vrana effectively by controlling the healing environment. A case of 56-year male presented with complains of non-healing ulcer in right lower limb near ankle joint, with K/C/O type 2 diabetes mellitus with slough, discharge, foul smell, discoloration of surrounding skin has been presented here. There was complete healing of the ulcer after 150 days of treatment. In this case Jatyadi Taila and triphala kashaya shows its Shodhana, Ropana and Raktaprasadana property.

Keywords: Jatyadi tail, dushta vran, Triphala kwatha, diabetic wound, lifestyle modification.


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