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Abstract

MANAGEMENT OF NON HEALING VARICOSE ULCER IN AYURVEDA: A CASE STUDY

Sachin Tike, Kshitija Desai* and Ashwini Maind

ABSTRACT

Venous ulcers (stasis ulcers, varicose ulcers) are the wounds occurring due to inappropriate functioning of blood vessel valves, sometimes of the legs. It is one among the foremost serious chronic blood vessel insufficiency complications. The overall incidence rate is 0.76% in men and 1.42% in women. When a venous valve gets damaged, it prevents the backflow of blood, which causes pressure in the veins that leads to hypertension and, in turn, venous ulcers. These are mostly along the medial distal leg, that is usually terribly painful, will bleed and find infected. Treating varicose ulcers is a difficult task to the physician and nightmare to the suffering patients, though a good number of the treatment principles are mentioned and practiced in allied science. In Ayurveda, this condition is considered as dushta vrana. It can be managed with the precise shodhan therapy. So the same treatment protocol was used to treat the case discussed here, i.e. with Nitya Virechana, Basti and jaloukavcharan karma. The wound was successfully treated and, therefore, is discussed in detail.

Keywords: Varicose Ulcer, Siragat Vrana, Shodhan therapy, Jalaoukavcharan.


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