Abstract
CLINICAL STUDY ON POST OPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT WITH VEDANA STHAPAKA KASHAYA IN ARSHAS

Tanmay Malakar* and Mahabaleshwar S.

ABSTRACT

Background: Post-operative pain is the common outcome of the Surgery and the ability to alleviate this pain is one of the most important goals for surgery. In case of ksharasutra ligation the patient experiences agonizing pain in the wound which may persist for long time. To manage this we have to rely on the modern analgesics which are having lots of side effects. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of Vedana Sthapaka Kashaya in post operative pain management of patients undergone ksharasutra ligation for Arshas. Methodology: In this study minimum 40 patients were selected and placed in two groups by simple random sampling method i.e. 20 in trial and 20 in standard groups. In trial group “Vedana sthapaka kashaya 35 ml TID” was given where as in the standard group “Tab. Diclofenac sodium 50 mg BD” was given. The therapeutic effects were analyzed by using the subjective parameter. The duration of treatment was 5 days and clinical assessment was done every day. Result: At the end of clinical study all 20 patients in group A and 20 patients in group B showed maximum improvement. Conclusion: The study showed both Diclofenac sodium and Vedana sthapaka kashaya were proved to be effective in the management of post operative pain in the patients who undergone ksharasutra ligation in arshas but comparatively, Tab. Diclofenac sodium was found superior than Vedana sthapaka kashaya.

Keywords: Vedana, Postoperative pain, Ksharasutra ligation, Vedana sthapaka kashaya, Diclofenac sodium.


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