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Abstract

MANAGEMENT OF KAPHAJA SHOTHA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE - A CASE REPORT

Rao G. Veena, N. Roja* and R. Jayaraj

ABSTRACT

Chronic kidney disease is a growing health concern and it is to be addressed in early stages. The National kidney foundation – kidney disease outcomes quality initiative working group has defined CKD as “The presence of markers of kidney damage for more than 3 months, as defined by structural or functional abnormalities of the kidney with or without decreased glomerular filtration rate (GFR), manifest by either pathological abnormalities or other markers of kidney damage, including abnormalities in the composition of blood or urine or abnormalities in imaging tests.[1] It is estimated that 13% of the adult population suffers from chronic kidney disease & the numbers are expected to continue to climb. CKD is parallel to the Kaphaja Shotha which is produced by Doshaja Marmabhigata to the Basti. The National kidney foundation recommends that screening for CKD includes determination of the glomerular filtration rate and assessment for the presence of proteinuria. Management of CKD includes life style modification i.e dietary management, body weight management, physical activity are the initial components of treatment and haemodialysis and renal transplantation are the choice of treatment in further stages. Here presenting a case report of 78years old male patient diagnosed as CKD treated in lines of Kaphaja Shotha with Shamanoushadis. This has given the best result with respect to both RFT and signs and symptoms.

Keywords: Chronic kidney disease, Kaphaja Shotha, Shamanoushadi.


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