International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
Vol. 3, Issue 8 (2016)

A clinical study on evaluation & comparison of post caesarian analgesia with Ayurvedic and modern medicines


Dr. Swati Surendra Mohite, Dr. Anamita Anil Singh

Introduction: Sutika refers to puerperal post partum stage of woman. Puerperium is the period of time encompassing the first few weeks following birth. Puerperium begins as soon as the placenta is expelleled for first six weeks. According to Ayurveda different acharyas mentioned different kaals [3] in which proper care is necessary for healthy woomanhood. After delivery woman becomes weak, exhausted also empty bodied due to physical and mental stress and debility at the level of reproductive organs. Post-operative pain [4] management defined as in 1979 an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual and potential damage. Post-operative pain managed is a difficult task for any clinician. Here in this research paper analgesia by ayurvedic formuations & modern medicine is compaired in 50 patients in each group.

AIM: To evaluate & compare analgesia in post-operative caesarian patients by Ayurvedic & modern management.

Methodology: Saubhagyaa Sunthi Paka, Balant Kadha of ayurvedic formulations in Group 1 and Tab. Emanzen-d (diclofenac potassium 50 mg and serratiopeptidase 10 mg) in Group 2 were administered to the patients after 48 hours of post caesarian section.

Result: A total no. of 119 patients were recruited in this study out of which 100 patients completed. Each group of 50 patients were treated with Ayurvedic formulations and Modern treatment. Assessment of pain was observed on 3rd 5th and 7th day of post-operative through VAS Scale for both the groups where results showed equal analgesics effect for both the groups. Average duration of stay at the IPD was 7 days. It was observed that Ayurvedic formulations having equally analgesic action as modern analgesics because nobody required modern analgesics in group 1st.

Conclusion: The administration of oral medication Saubhagya Sunthi Paka, Balantkadha was found to act as an analgesic in post caesarian section cases. This combination maybe an effective alternative for prophylactic antibiotics treatment administered to patients undergoing post caesarian section cases.
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Dr. Swati Surendra Mohite, Dr. Anamita Anil Singh. A clinical study on evaluation & comparison of post caesarian analgesia with Ayurvedic and modern medicines. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 50-53
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