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Ayurveda practitioners guideline for clinical management of dengue: ministry of AYUSH


Ayurveda practitioners guideline for clinical management of dengue: ministry of AYUSH

Ministry of AYUSH Government of India has released guidelines for practitioners for clinical management and control of dengue fever which is a life-threatening disease and is growing as a major health risk in India.

Dengue also is known as the bread-bone disease is caused by the dengue virus. The symptoms of this disease include fever, headache, muscle, and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash. In a small number of cases, the disease develops into the life-threatening dengue hemorrhagic fever, resulting in bleeding, low levels of blood platelets and plasma leakage or into dengue shock syndrome, where dangerously low blood pressure occurs. dengue virus.

In Ayurvedic perspectives, it comes under the category of Abhishangaja Jvara predominantly Pittaja in the pathological ground. The complications represent Raktaja and Sannipataja Jvara.

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Management:

  • Take light, nutritive, warm and easily digestible foods and proper rest and sleep and maintain personal and environmental hygiene
  • Avoid chilled foods & drinks, strenuous exertion, and stressful conditions.
  • Have cold milk with sugar candy
  • Consume 2-gram Shunthi (Dry Ginger) powder twice daily with an infusion prepared by adding 5 gram (one teaspoonful) of Guduchi (Giloye) powder in 100 ml (1/2 glass) of boiled water. Dose for children between 6 to 12 years of age will be half and for children below 6 years will be one fourth. One teaspoon of honey can be added to the infusion; and/or.
  • One liter of water boiled with 10-15 Tulsi leaves and 10-15 gram Dhania (Coriander) powder for ten minutes and cooled to room temperature may be consumed at intervals of 3-4 hours in a day.

1. Drug

In addition to above routine treatment, any of the following anti-pyretic formulations may be added:

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  • For Fever
    • In the initial phase, Kwath prepared of Dhamasa, Parpat, Kiratatikta, Musta may be advised. In case of Raktaja Jvara (Hemorrhagic condition), add Vasa, Rakta Chandana & Yashtimadhu along with sugar candy (Mishri).
    • Shamshamani Vati (Guduchi Ghana Vati)
    • Sudarshanaghana Vati
    • Godanti Bhasma
    • Amritottara Kwath
    • Tulsi Svarasa
  • For Dehydration
    • Shadanga Paneeya
    • Dhanyakadi Hima (Dhaniya, Amla, Vasa, Draksha, Parpat)
    • Water of cardamom and clove
    • Green coconut water
    • Any of these liquid preparations may be given in suitable quantity in 3 – 4 hours interval.

Note:

  • The dose and duration of the treatment may be decided by the physician according to the condition of the patient.
  • Visit your nearest qualified doctor or health service center immediately if you develop any symptoms of dengue-like:
    • Fever • Rash • Body aches • Headache • Joint pains • Pain in eyes • Unexplained bleeding
  • For more information about dengue, you may also visit CCRH website at www.ccrhindia.org

General Instructions for prevention:

  1. Screens/nets on doors and windows.
  2. Wear full sleeved shirts, pants, shoes, and socks to keep the body covered.
  3. Use a mosquito net.
  4. Use mosquito repellents.
  5. The patient should be kept inside the mosquito net.
  6. Do not keep open water and clean waterlogging.

For further reference, please click on the link

http://ayush.gov.in/Research/guidelines-ayush-practitioners-clinical-management-dengue-1




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  1. Distillated medicines are of a great use here since it rehydrates the body at the same time increases the immune system. Panda tulasi arka, Nimba arka etc

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