A Study on Diagnostic Methodology in Vaatha Pandu in the Context of Ennvagai Thervugal

Kanimozhi, S (2013) A Study on Diagnostic Methodology in Vaatha Pandu in the Context of Ennvagai Thervugal. Masters thesis, Government Siddha Medical College, Palayamkottai.


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AIM AND OBJECTIVES: AIM: To diagnose the disease VATHA PANDU through Ennavagai thervugal (the eight fold eramination) OBJECTIVES: Primary: To document inference of the Ennavagai theruval in the disease VATHA PANDU. Secondary: 1. To review and collect the Literature evidence about vatha Pandu. 2. To Evaluvate the Etiology of Vatha Pandu. 3. To study in detail about etiopathogensis of vatha pandu. 4. To study the significance of manikkadai nool in the vatha pandu. To do concerned Laboratory investigation. Material & Methods The pathological evaluation and methodological study of Vatha pandu was carried in out patients as well as inpatient department at Govt. Siddha Medical College. Palayamkottai. Selection and Eupervision; The author had selected the 50 cases for Vatha pandu but of out of 40 cases are correlated with Vatha pandu as mentioned in yugi vaithiya chinthamani under the supervision of facilities and head of the department PG Noi Naadal. Evaluation of Clinical Parameters : The detailed history and clinical features of teh patients were taken carefully. This cliniacal history contains: 1. Family history, 2. Inclusion creteria age (16 to 70) Nutrition deficiensy, Worm infestation, 3. Personal history, 4. Socio – economic status, 5. History of infections disease, 6. History previous illness, 7. Clinical features of the Vatha Paandu. Clinical Symptoms 1. Flatulence, 2. Low abdominal pian, 3. Loss of thirst, 4. Loss of appetite, 5. Burning sensatin of skin, 6. Hyperpigmentation vessels, 7. Shivering, 8. Redness eye, 9. Costipation, 10. Headache, 11. Pallor, 12. Swelling of body, Diagnosis; Envagai therrugal including neerkuri, neikuri manikadai nool. The diagnosis is made on the basis of interpretation of the following Siddha principles. 1. Poriyal therdhal, 2. Pulanal therdhal, 3. Vinnaadhal, 4. Yaakayninellakanam, 5. Gunam, 6. Changes in Udal thathukkal, 7. Changes in Uyir thathukkal, 8. Noi Utra kalam, 9. Noil Utra Nilam, Modern Parameters: For further detailed study of the disease, modern parameters were used. Investigation Routine blood : TC, DC, ESR, HB. 1. Peripheral smear, 2. Complete Haemogram. SUMMARY: The author selected the topic by detailed history, clinical examination. The author had selected the cases of vatha pandu. Vatha Pandu is caused by nutritional deficiency, worm infestations and natural urges. The author has selected the cases for vatha pandu in GOVT. Siddha medical college Hospital under the supervision of facilities of Noi Naadal department. Dietary, habits and external causes, and natural urges increases the pitham but indirectly affect the vatham and kapham. So saaram formed in decreased in quality, simultaneously seneer (ratham) is also formed decreased quality so pandu noi came. The author had take the photos mainly on Tongue, Neerkuri Neikuri, nails, eyes A depressed immune system lowered capacity to digest, absorb, utilize transport nutrients. It cannot eliminiate the toxic substances, so it results in disease. CONCLUSION: The study on vatha pandu carried out in the dissertation based on clinical history, as per clinical examination siddha guidelines which are necessary to arrive at precise diagnosis. Vatha pandu is widely distributed in world. Vatha pandu affectes the all sexes including children. It is characterized by loss of appetite, abdominal pain, flatulence, dryness of skin, hyperpigmentation. Vatha Pandu is diagnosed on detailed history, classical clinical examination of the siddha system and changes in eight fold diagnosis manikadainool, and uyirthathukkal. In methodology study: 1. Vatha Pitha Naadi is present in most of cases. 2. Muhtothunittral (Kaba neer) is present in most of cases. 3. Manikadai is present in 8 – 8 ½ wrist circumference in most of cases. 4. Vatha thegai is noted in major cases. How to we can Prevention Aneamia: 1. Eat well balanced diet, 2. Take blenty of greens highly iron content food, 3. Wash hands frequently, 4. Reduce life stress, fear, 5. Avoid betal nut chewer, smoking and Alcohol, 6. Take boiled water.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information: Reg No. 32103004
Uncontrolled Keywords: Diagnostic Methodology ; Vaatha Pandu ; Context of Ennvagai Thervugal.
Subjects: AYUSH > Noi-naadal
Depositing User: Kambaraman B
Date Deposited: 02 May 2018 17:38
Last Modified: 01 Jan 2019 15:04
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/7402

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