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Abstract

PAIN MANAGEMENT IN AMAVATA WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS- A CASE STUDY

Shaktijit Babar*, Darshana Chaure, Ashish Thatere and Prakash Kabra

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Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic multi-system disease of unknown cause, though the most prominent manifestation of Rheumatoid Arthritis is an inflammatory Arthritis of peripheral joints, usually with symmetrical distribution. Rheumatoid Arthritis is a common disease having peak incidence in 3rd to 4th decade of life. The male female ratio is 1:3. The non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, immune modulators or some time steroids relieve the pain, but patients have to face side effects. As well as by the time disease advances contracture and disability develops. This condition resembles with Amavata in Ayurved. Amavata is derived from word “Ama” and “Vata”. The word Ama is the condition in which various ailments in system create toxic effects. The Ama along with Tridosha occupies Shleshmasthana (particularly Asthisandhi) and results in painful disease named as “Amavata”. Langhan, Svedan, Shodhan and Shaman had been depicted for treating Amavata. A case recorded and was treated in our institute. Results obtained are encouraging which are presented in full paper.

Keywords: Amavata, Vaitaran Basti, Jalokavcharana & Shaman.


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