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Abstract

A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF NASYAKARMA AND UTTARABHAKTIKA SNEHAPANA IN APABAHUKA

Rohini A. Aramani*, Srinivas P., Prameela Devi K., Ramakrishna Allam4, Kasthuri, G. K. Swamy

ABSTRACT

Nasyakarma & Snehapana are among Panchakarma, specially indicated in Urdhwajatrugata vataja vikaras.[1] Brimhana nasya and Brimhana snehapaana are found effective in vatavyadhi.[2] Apabahuka is one among vatavyadhi‟s which hampers the normal function of upper limb due to Vataprakopa. Shoola and Bahupraspandahara are the clinical features of Apabahuka. Nasyakarma and Uttarabhaktika Snehapana have great significance in the treatment of Apabahuka.[3] It is a comparative clinical study conducted to assess the efficacy of Nasyakarma and Uttarabhaktika Snehapana in Apabahuka. As per the inclusion and exclusion criteria, the subjects were selected randomly & divided into two groups. Group A- 15 Patients were received Nasyakarma. Group B- 15 Patients were received Uttarabhaktika snehapana. The treatment modalities used in this clinical study are Nasya and Uttarabhaktika snehapana, which includes Pachana-Deepana with Ajamodadi choorna, Abhyanga with Moorchita Tila Taila, Swedana with Dashamoola bashpa, Nasya and Uttarabhaktika Snehapana with Masha taila and follow up for 14 days. In Group A, out of 15 patients, 9 (60%) got moderate improvement and 6 (40%) patients got mild improvement. In Group B, out of 15 patients, 3 (20 %) got marked improvement and 12 (80%) patients got moderate improvement. Both the procedures show statistically highly significance. Among these groups, Uttarabhaktika Snehapana is establishing more effective clinically.

Keywords: Brimhana Nasya, Uttarabhaktika Snehapana, Apabahuka.


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