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A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF MAHOSHADH SARPI ANJANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SHUSHKAKSHIPAKA W.S.R. TO DRY EYE SYNDROME

Dr. Aditi*, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Dr. Sukhdev Singh and Dr. Kush Pandey

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Context: Eyes are the gateways of external world, visual defects tantamount to the obliteration of the world. Shushkakshipaka is a Sarvgata roga, i.e. affecting all parts of eye. It has been categorized as an aushadha sadhya vyadhi i.e. curable by medication. Shushkakshipaka has an analogous term „Dry Eye Syndrome‚Äü (DES) in modern literature. DES has caught the fancy of ophthalmologist today as it alone accounts for ¼ of ophthalmology clinic visits. DES is a highly prevalent (3.5-33% across different population) yet largely undiagnosed condition that can substantially affect the quality of life. If untreated DES can lead to visual morbidity. Despite the magnitude of problem no definitive cure is available for DES and palliative measures are inadequate too; with symptoms often improving without achievement of cure causing frustration on the part of patient and physician. Thus the present study was undertaken to find a better solution of the Problem. Aims & Objectives: 1) To study conceptual resemblance between Shushkakshipaka and Dry Eye Syndrome (DES). 2) To evaluate the effect of Mahoshadh Sarpi Anjana on DES and Shushkakshipaka. Material and Method: 15 patients presenting with clinical features of Shushkakshipaka/DES were selected from Shalakya Tantra (Eye) O.P.D. of hospital affiliated to R.G.G.P.G. Ayu. College, Paprola (H.P.) In this study Mahoshadh Sarpi Anjana was given for L.A. twice a day for 15 days. Results: 30.77% patients were Marked Improved, 69.23% were Moderately Improved.

Keywords: Shushkakshipaka, Dry Eye Syndrome, Mahoshadh Sarpi Anjana.


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