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Volume & Issue : Volume 4 Issue 5
Rais ur Rahman1, Fahmida Kausar2, Farah Naaz3, Y.Shamsi4
1Prof. H.O.D P.G Dept. of Moalijat, Ayurvedic and Unani Tibia College, Karol Bagh, New Delhi
2 Lecturer, P.G Dept. of Amraz-e-Niswan-wa-Atfal, Ayurvedic and Unani Tibbia College,Karol Bagh New Delhi-05
3M.D, Medicine, Ayurvedic and Unani Tibia College, Karol Bagh, New Delhi-05
4 Corresponding Author, Associate Professor, Dept. of Mahiyatul Amraz, Faculty of Medicine (U), Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi.
The objective of the study was to validate and to evaluate the efficacy of Capsule Dabidulward for the treatment of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, which is a polymicrobial infection. Excellent data support the role of Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoea and facultative gram-negative and anaerobic bacteria in causing the symptoms and signs of the infection itself as well as the damage that ensues. Patient with PID were treated with Capsule Dabidulward 500mg twice daily orally for a total of 21 days. It was a single blind placebo controlled clinical trial. In total, 40 patients were treated for PID. The patients were screened and diagnosed as per revised CDC criteria for PID. Rates of clinical success for Capsule Dabidulward were comparable to those for the comparator regimen. Capsule Dabidulward was well tolerated and no adverse/side effects were encountered. In conclusion, Capsule Dabidulward was clinically effective and safe in relieving the symptoms and signs of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. Hence, patients with PID can safely be treated with this marketed drug of Dehlvi Naturals.
Dabidulward; NFUM; Pelvic Inflammatory Disease; Waram-e-Rehm
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