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Abstract

ROLE OF MEDO DHATU VRUDDHI IN MADHUMEHA (DIABETES MELLITUS) – A NON INTERVENTIONAL CROSS SECTIONAL CLINICAL STUDY

Dr. Prashant Baghel*, Dr. R. S.Dhimdhime, Dr. Neha Sat Paul and Dr. Yogesh Shewale

ABSTRACT

Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus) is highly prevalent disease of modern era. Vitiation of Medo dhatu is common dominant dushya in its pathogenesis. As it is a lifestyle disorder it can certainly be prevented by prompt understanding the role of Medo vruddhi in pathogenesis. The present scientific write-up is based on an effort of assessing the Medo dhatu dushti in 50 subjects who are diagnosed with Madhumeha (Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus) age between 30 years to 65 years and also fulfills the diagnostic criteria of Diabetes Mellitus by American Diabetic Association, accepted by WHO. Medo dhatu dushti is in close relation with hyperlipidemia and obesity from modern science of medicine. The objective parameters undertaken for assessing hyperlipidemia were waist hip ratio, skin fold thickness with caliper, BMI and lipid profile test. The parallel objective criteria for assessing Medo dhatu were sphika-stana lambanam (sagging of butts and breasts), shramam (exhaustion), daurgandhya (foul smelling of body), kasa (cough), shwasa (dyspnoea), udar-parshva vruddhi (sagging of abdomen), snigdhata (unctuousness of body).Observations of this non-interventional single blind cross sectional clinical study showed that out of 50 patients 43 patients did presented with the symptoms of Medo dhatu dushti and 100 % vitiation of Medovaha srotas. Thus it can be concluded that as there is definite role of Medo dhatu dushti in Madhumeha management of this disorder should be certainly concentrated over reducing vitiation of Medo dhatu which will eventually reduce the prevalence rate of Diabetes.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Medo Dhatu vruddhi, Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus, Hyperlipidemia, Skin fold Thickness, Udar-Parshva Vruddhi.


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