Efficacy of Adhapushpi (Trichodesma indicum) Linn. R.Br. cream in the management of Sadyo-Vrana (Lacerated wound) - A case report
Keywords:Sadyo vrana, Trichodesma indicum, Adhapushpi, Ropan
Background: Everyone experiences wounds and most wounds cure without incident; however, a significant minority of public requires medical treatment like antibiotics, analgesics & regular dressing etc. Trichodesma indicum is utilized in traditional system of medicine. Trichodesma indicum is originated all over India along the wayside. In this present case study Adhapushpi cream is used as local application over a lacerated wound.
Material and Method: In this present case report, patient with lacerated wound was treated by Adhapushpi cream as local application after all the mandatory investigations and its efficacy was evaluated on the basis of clinical parameters.
Results: Patient showed significant results in clinical parameters evaluated. Patient got symptomatic relief in pain, skin colour of surrounding skin, discharge, tenderness and wound healing within 7 days.
Conclusion: From the above case it is concluded that simply applying Adhapushpi cream over a lacerated wound is able to heal it without any antibiotics and analgesic. Study reveals that it not only acts as a Vrana Ropan (Healing agent) but also act as analgesic & anti-inflammatory also.
Keywords: Sadyo vrana, Trichodesma indicum, Adhapushpi, Ropan
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