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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY OF WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC’S WITH VARIOUS AYURVEDIC THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES

Dr. Yunus G. Solanki* and Dr. Sonali Rameshwar Surkar

ABSTRACT

India is developing country and it is getting a dubious distinction as
diabetic capital of world. Many patients come with presenting
complaint of non-healing wound and then diagnosed as diabetics.
Diabetic wound is difficult to heal even after controlling blood sugar
levels and controlling infection; because of mechanism of wound
healing doesn’t occur in proper order in these patients. For proper
wound healing, wound should be cleaned and rendered devoid of any
contamination, still in some patients it was observed wound healing
was not as good & as fast it should have been . Wound cleansing with
Panchvalkal kwath not only helps as shudhikaran( de-sloughing) but
promotes wound healing ( shodhan and ropan ) . Panchvalkal kwath is good for diabetic
wound cleansing ( shodhan ) as it contains dravya which are Kashay rasatmak .Besides it
requires a procedure or medicine which promotes good blood circulation Present study of 5
patients of non-healing diabetic wound encompasses multi-dimensional approach toward
diabetic wound healing , which includes wound cleansing with panchvalkal kwath , Kshar
application , Vasant-kusumakar ras orally and leech application at wound site and dressing
the wound with ropan tail. As it is a ongoing clinical study, presently completing 5 no. of
patients 2 no. of patients wound healed completely and 3 no. patients require very few days
of further treatment. Hence, in conclusion diabetic wound healing require multiple treatment
modalities besides blood sugar level control.

Keywords: Diabetic wound, desloughing, shodhan, ropan, micro-desloughing.


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