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Abstract

PRACTICAL APPLICABILITY OF YOGYAASUTRIYAM ADHYAYAM OF SUSHRUTA SAMHITA

Dr. Narayan K. R.* and Dr. Sharad Kulkarni

ABSTRACT

Human beings are superior than other animals because of their abilities like learning new things, adopting them in their life and modifying them time to time as per their needs, in a way to ease their life. Learning an art is pre-requisite to master the skill. This holds good even in Surgery. The very word meaning of Surgery is hand work. This accounts to the importance of hand skill in performing any surgical procedure. Extensive training is must in order to master the skill. Ancient surgeons of Ayurveda had recognized the importance of skill building in the field of surgery (Shalya Tantra). This is very evident from the elaborate practical sessions mentioned in Yogyasutriya chapter of Sushruta samhita in order to develop adequate skill required to handle surgical cases. Modern surgery also believes in the similar concept of training. This is the reason why enormous experimental models, simulators have been developed. Present article emphasizes on the ancient and present concept of surgical skill training with a need to incorporate present training techniques in Ayurveda by collaborating both the techniques.

Keywords: Yogyasutra, Sushruta, Surgical Skill, Training, Surgery.


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