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Abstract

STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF MOCHARAS IN PAIN MANAGEMENT OF NEWBORN.

*Dr. Chavan Yogita Babanrao and Dr. Gujarathi Rahul Haridas

ABSTRACT

Background: New borns undergo various minor procedures like venipuncture (for sample collection). The prevention of pain is important because repeated painful exposures can have various short term and long term side effects. According to Ayurveda the elevated Vata is the root cause of Vedana. The Gunas of Mocharas like Guru, Ushna, Snigdha which are in contrast to the Laghu, Sheet and Ruksha Guna of Vata can be used to pacify the Vata and hence act as Vedanasthapan. Mocharas is being used in Ayurveda for relief of pain in adult population. Hence, we tried it in newborn babies in this study. Methodology: A pre informed and consented open, randomized, controlled, clinical trial was conducted to evaluate the analgesic effect of Mocharas in neonates. A 50 neonates were randomly allocated. In trial group Mocharas was given as an intervention for pain relief. The neonates were assessed as per parameters (NIPS AND PATS) made for the study. Conclusions: Mocharas exhibits an overall reduced pain perception activity in neonates and can be used as an effective analgesic agent in neonates in painful procedures.

Keywords: Analgesia, Mocharas, Procedural pain, Vedanasthapak.


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