Efficacy of Synthesis Repertory in Management of Essential Hypertension

Varun, S (2018) Efficacy of Synthesis Repertory in Management of Essential Hypertension. Masters thesis, Sarada Krishna Homoeopathic Medical College, Kulasekharam.

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The objectives fixed up for the study were:1. Efficacy of synthesis repertory in management of Essential hypertension and 2. Rubric frequently indicated in synthesis repertory for cases of Essential Hypertension. A sample of 30 cases diagnosed to have hypertension, who had visited the OPD, IPD and Rural centers of Sarada Krishna Homoeopathic Medical college, were randomly selected for the a study. Cases were recorded and analyzed accordingly. Results were subjected to statistical analysis and hypothesis was tested using paired ‘t’ - test. Presentation of Rubric frequently indicated in synthesis repertory for cases of Essential hypertension were studied. On comparison of the before and after scores among the 30 cases taken for the study, all the cases showed improvement, determined from the reduction in the after score. Even though the time taken for improvement varied, all the cases selected for the study showed good prognosis and the cases improved within a time period of 6 months. The systolic and diastolic mean value of the 30cases during 1st week were 151.2 and 101.53 respectively. At the end of 23rd week it became 128.46 and 80.94. The most frequently used rubrics in synthesis repertory in hypertension were, Head – pain (60%), Extremities - pain(36.66%), Head- pain- forehead(36.66%), Chest – palpitation of heart(30%), Vertigo-falling tendency23.33%), Chest – constriction(16.66%), Back –pain(16.66%) Vision –dim(16.66%), Head –pain-burning –vertex(13.33%), Head – pain –occiput(13.33%), Head – pain- violent – pain(13.33%), Chest- pain(10%), eye- pain(10%), general –pulse –intermittent(10%), head congestion (10%). Majority cases enrolled in the study were diagnosed with Grade II and Grade III hypertension (19 and 7 cases respectively). Both these category of patients showed a marked improvement in their symptoms, after treatment with application of Synthesis repertory. This clearly indicates homoeopathic medicines are very effective in managing essential hypertension.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information: Reg.No.441513006
Uncontrolled Keywords: Homoeopathy ; Hypertension ; Synthesis repertory ; Rubric.
Subjects: AYUSH > Repertory
Depositing User: Subramani R
Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2019 15:22
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2019 15:22
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/10567

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