Clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of taramandura guda in the management of pandu roga w.s.r to iron deficiency anaemia

Humans are the most ingenious and striving living beings on the earth. Because of this, humans are deliberately realising the endless heights in science and technology. In such situations, in order to adjust themselves every person is compelled to make his life fast and mechanical. All these factors contribute and in turn lead to create very common and well known disease Anaemia and specifically iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) and in Ayurveda iron deficiency anaemia can be correlated with the Panduroga. Panduroga is one of the diseases mentioned in Ayurveda characterized by the whitish discolouration of the skin due to the loss of blood.The incidence of the problem is high in school going children, adolescents and pregnant women.This study includes Clinical study on management of pandu roga by on the basis of Gandha Guna Samanya. The modern management of anaemia is mainly oral and parental therapy for correcting iron deficiency. This in spite of many advantages still remains unsatisfactory. Oral therapy can cause nausea, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, and constipation are the side effects and it almost turns stool in to black, which is harmless side effect. The adverse effect of parental therapy includes hypersensitive reactions, haemolysis, hypotension, circulatory collapse, and vomiting and muscle pain. Blood transfusion, which is said as emergency treatment, can raise Hb up to1gm with a single unit. Thus it is important to search a safer, cost effective therapy, which could be explored from the Taramandura Guda. After considering the above facts Taramandura Guda and its effect on pandu roga has been selected for research work.

Author: 
Abineet Raina, Vishal khanna, Priya Puesh Pargotra and Poonam Bhojak
Journal Name: 
Int J Inf Res Rev
Volume No: 
03
Issue No: 
12
Year: 
2016
Paper Number: 
1618
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