Validation of the Statement “Aazhi Pol Paravin Agthey Pitham” and Its Importance in Diagnosis

Sindhu, M (2022) Validation of the Statement “Aazhi Pol Paravin Agthey Pitham” and Its Importance in Diagnosis. Masters thesis, Government Siddha Medical College, Palayamkottai.

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In concept of siddha system of medicine the derangements of three humours vadha, pitha, kabha results in disease, this derangements causes serious illness. The author was interested to select this topic because nowadays most of the people having pitha exaggerated symptoms like giddiness, burning sensation all over the body, decreased sleep etc. are developing more complications. So the author shows this topic to a siddha faculty, Then this topic is submitted to the screening committee members and got approved from them as well as from the IEC committee members later. The aim of this study is to evaluate the significance of the pitha diseases and to get more insight of pitham with help of siddha diagnostic parameters Ennvagaithervu, Naadi,Thegi, 7 udarkattugal. ❖ The author has selected the cases via the outpatient department of post graduate Noi Naadal at Government siddha medical college, palayamkottai. ❖ Pitham migu gunam symptoms was quoated in the NOINAADAL NOI MUDHAL NAADAL THIRATTU NOOL and SIDDHA MARUTHUVANGA CHURUKKAM Pitham migu gunam symptoms like yellowish discoloration of skin, urine, and eyes, giddiness, burning sensation all over the body, decreased sleep, polyphagia, polydipsia. ❖ The author had collected review of literature, definition, aetiology and classifications from siddha system, and modern method of urine analysis are also collected. ❖ For the clinical study 200 cases in Noi-naadal (OPD) were for the observational per the inclusion and exclusion criteria and the informed consent were obtained from the patients. Case sheet proforma were maintained for 200 cases. The author took the study in her OPD under the guidance of guide and other faculties. Laboratory investigations also were carried out during the study. ❖ Ennvagaithervu, Naadi, thegi, udarkattugal, neerkuri and neikuri of the patients were evaluated in the study. In this study, following data were observed and discussed for the 200 cases. Among 200 cases, ◉ Sex = 67.5% of cases were Female. ◉ Diet = 81.5% of cases were taking mixed diet. ◉ Socio–ecnomic satus = 60% of cases were lower class patients. ◉ Symptoms: ► 96.5% of cases had decreased sleep ► 42.5% of cases had Weight gain; ► 78% of cases had Anaemia ► 57.5% of cases had Poor appetite. ◉ Udal vanmai =51% of cases had valivu udalvanmai. ◉ Dhegi = 60% of cases were Pitha Vaathadhegi ◉ Nilam = 85% of cases were from Neithal nilam ◉ Kaalam = 64% of cases came in Pinpani Kaalam ◉ Uyi thaathukkal: ◉ Vaatham ► 97.5% of cases, Samaanan (NiravuKaatru); ► 94% of cases Viyaanan (ThozhilKaatru) ► 77% Devathaththan (KottaviKaatru); ► 38% of cases, Abaanan (Malakkaatru) was affected. o Pitham ► 49% of cases, Anarpitham (Aakkanal); ► 96.5% of cases, Saathagam (Aatralangi Anal); ► 96.5% of cases, Ranjagam (Vanna Eri Anal) was affected. o Kabham ► 100% of cases, Avalambagam (Ali Iyyam); ► 87.5% of cases, NeerpiIyyam (Kilethagam)was affected ► 95% of cases had affected Enbu. ■ Udarthaathukkal; ► 87% of cases had affected Saaram; ► 86% of cases Oon and Kozhuppu was affected ■ Envagai thervu o Naadi = 81% of cases had pithakabam Naadi. o Naa = 47% of cases had manjal niram o Niram = 60% of cases were Maaniram. o Mozhi = 51% 0f case had Sama oli. o Vizhi ► 80% of cases had burning sensation. ► 84% of cases had manjal niram. o Sparisam ► 76% of cases had Midhaveppam ► 60% of cases had Thoduvali. o Malam ► 80% of cases had eruvai erichal. ► 85% of cases had ManjalniraMalam. o Moothiram ■ Neirkuri ► 79% of cases had yellowish coloured urine; ► 90% of cases had normal odour urine ■ Neikkuri ► 90% of cases had pitham at 20 mins CONCLUSION: “AAZHI POL PARAVIN AGTHEY PITHAM” sage Theraiyar to validate this statement the author selected pitha predominance patients and their neikuri pattern was pitham Depending upon patients udalinan, udarkattugal, uyirthathukkal, envagai thervu, Naadi, Nerkuri ,Neikuri pattern results all are correlated with pitha predominance. Most of the pitha predominance patients neikuri pattern was Aazhi [ring] in shape. In Neerkkuri examination colour, odour, froth, specific gravity, volume and pH were observed. The urine was mostly straw colour and aromatic odour. The froth was mostly absent and the specific gravity was mostly ranged from 1.003-1.010. The PH was mostly ranged between 5.1 – 6. In most of the cases the dissemination dynamics of oil drop observed were of medium spreading nature. It indicates good prognosis. For a neikkuri shape to take a ring pattern there needs to be a large vacuole fill in the spreaded expanse of the instilled oil drop . So vacuole of a larger form is predominantly presumed to be because of Pitham in the urine. Patients having pitha vatha naadi, pitha kabha nadi to observing their Neikuri pattern 90% cases having “Aazhi” (Ring) pattern. Through this study the author observed in two hundred cases mostly 90% pitha predominances cases urine sample having “Aazhi” pattern. The reason for the 10% differences in their Neikuri pattern of a given patients could be dietary variations life style and their habits. So, the author concludes that the quotes “Aazhi Pol Paravin Agthey Pitham” in clinically relevant and justified by its above significant results observed.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information: Reg.No.321915007
Uncontrolled Keywords: Validation, Aazhi Pol Paravin Agthey Pitham, Diagnosis.
Subjects: AYUSH > Noi-naadal
Depositing User: Subramani R
Date Deposited: 01 May 2023 18:24
Last Modified: 07 May 2023 08:26

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