Efficacy of Yashtimadhu ghrit matra basti in post-operative management of Ano-rectal Cases – A case Series
Keywords:Glycyrrhiza Glabra, Ayurvedic post operative analgesia, Shalyatantra, Wound healing, Anorectal surgery, Matra basti
Background- Exploitation of analgesics is becoming an advent scenario in the current practice of both medical and surgical cases. Adopting a less complicated and a wholesome beneficial modality for post operative analgesia is the need of the hour. In this case series, focus has been placed on yashti ghrit matra basti as the intervention for pain and wound management of post-operative cases of chronic fissure in ano associated with internal haemorrhoids. Objective- The current study was aimed at post operative analgesia and wound management with yashti ghrit matra basti in ano-rectal cases. Material & Methods-The method adopted here was Lord’s anal dilatation followed by excision of sentinel tags or ligation haemorrhoidectomy according to the case presentation, followed by yashti ghrit mastra basti as primary ayurvedic intervention for post operative analgesia and wound healing. Results -It is found that the planned treatment gave a positive response as post operative analgesia and also played an adjuvant role in wound healing. Conclusion-This case series provides the successful pain and wound management of post-operative ano-rectal cases with a promising ayurvedic intervention.
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