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IJAHM Latest Issue IJAHM have published its latest issue Vol. 8 Issue 02 2018 published IJAHM Call For Paper invites paper from various Ayurveda & herbal Medicine for Volume 8 Issue 02 March-April. 2018 ...... Impact Factor : 4.415

Dr Jai Kini 


( Ph D MD Rognidan & Vikrutividnyan) Associate Prof. YMTAMC Kharghar Navi Mumbai


In present scenario, the food habits, food contents, life style are changing very rapidly which are the maintained causative factor for annapachan vikruti  and the persistence of the same factor denotes the maintenance  of  the diseases of the system which denotes the permanent damage of the organ. According, charaka chikita sthaan 15, all types of diseases initiated by the annavahasrotas vikruti and well explained the chikitsa according the minute differences in diagnosis of the type of this srotas vikruti. The Study of exact role, pattern and reflection of pathological results in annavaha srotas dushti is going to helpful  which plays  important and socially significant role  to control all diseases globally. Designed CRF& selected 644 patients from annavahasrotas dushti  more than 1 year & categorized by ayurvedic classification .CBC, ESR, URINE routine , microscopic, electrolyte Na, K, Cl performed and recorded. In arochak(38.75%) Vatapittaj prakruti predominately with HB% , RBC low(91.66%),in urine  epithelial cells casts(79.66%), serum Na higher side (83.23%).Annanabhilasha (16.87%) kapha pradhan prakruti with low MCHC (89.45%), in urine pus cells significantly, albumin traced (84.44%)serum electrolyte (Cl) is lower side( 35%).Avipaka  (20.62%) pitta  pradhaan prakruti urine microscopic RBC(76.55%) ,occult blood traced, calcium oxalate seen (67.22%). serum potassium (K+) is less(77.22%), protein present, ,In Amlapitta ,Twakdushti seen in 89% of patients, Mansavaha srotas vikruti &daha in 67.55% . Chardi is seen in only 4 patients (2.5%.).Arochak shoola shows epithelial cells , casts in the urine, microcytic hypochromic anemia, high  Serum sodium .Avipaka amlapitta shows occult blood ,  calcium oxalate , RBC in urine, lower serum potassium. annanabhilasha shows leucocytosis and high ESR, pus cells in urine , raised specific gravity &  proteinuria. lower serum chloride


Annavaha srotas, annannabhilasha, avipaka


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