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MANAGEMENT OF GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROME/ THROUGH AYURVEDA- A CASE STUDY

Dr. Ramesh Prasad Gupta* and Prof. (Dr.) B. B. Khutia

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Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is an acute, rapidly evolving are flexic motor paralysis with or without sensory disturbance. It occurs year around at arate of between 1 and 4 cases per 100,000 annually. Age is an important factor determining outcome, and prognosis. In children is said to be favourable as compared to adults. Direct correlation of GBS with Ayurvedic terminology is difficult. The presentation and Doshadooshyasamoorchana is considered first and then one should proceed with the treatment. Here a case of 50yrs old male presented with loss of strength in both the upper and lower limbs. Unable to get up, walk and stand brought to OPD of kayachikitsa department S.D.M. College of Ayurveda, Udupi- Karnataka. He was provisionally diagnosed as a case of acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. As per Ayurvedic classics, this condition we have taken as Sarvangavata (Vata affecting the whole body). Hence, the line of treatment we have adopted Vatavyadhichikitsa which included Brihmanachikitsa along with Shamanoushadhis. The outcome was very remarkable with the patient able to walk on his own.

Keywords: Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), Demyelinating polyneuropathy, ? ? ? ? |


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