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Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report

Foram Joshi, TS Dudhamal.

Abstract
Diabetic patients are vulnerable to develop non healing ulcers. Treatment modalities like conservative, good diabetic control, wound toileting seem to be incomplete by looking at prevalence rate of amputation in diabetic patients. This case report refers to wound healing effect of local application of Apamarga Kshara Taila and oral Ayurvedic medications in the management of diabetic foot ulcer in a 42 years female. Complete wound healing was achieved in 76 days with Unit healing time (UHT) of 5.88 days/cm3. Local cleaning by Triphala Kwatha has showed antimicrobial effect which augmented the healing process while Apamarga Kshara Taila application enhanced tissue debridement. Internal Ayurveda medications like Pippali (Piper longum Linn.) Haritaki (Terminalia chebula Linn.) and Sanjivani Vati (polyherbo-mineral medication) with Pathya-Apathya (prescribed diet and regimen) pacified vitiated Kapha-Vata Pradhana Tridosha and enhanced tissue rejuvenation and repair by their pharmacological properties.

Key words: Apamarga Kshara Taila, Diabetic foot Ulcer


 
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FJ, Dudhamal T. Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. AAM. 2020; 9(4): 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195


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FJ, Dudhamal T. Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. http://www.aamjournal.in/?mno=110195 [Access: January 06, 2021]. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195


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FJ, Dudhamal T. Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. AAM. 2020; 9(4): 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



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FJ, Dudhamal T. Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. AAM. (2020), [cited January 06, 2021]; 9(4): 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



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, F. J. & Dudhamal, . T. (2020) Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. AAM, 9 (4), 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



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, Foram Joshi, and TS Dudhamal. 2020. Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 9 (4), 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



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, Foram Joshi, and TS Dudhamal. "Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 9 (2020), 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

, Foram Joshi, and TS Dudhamal. "Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 9.4 (2020), 320-327. Print. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195



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, F. J. & Dudhamal, . T. (2020) Wound healing effect of Apamarga Kshara Taila and adjuvant drugs in the management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer - A Case Report. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 9 (4), 320-327. doi:10.5455/AAM.110195








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