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  1. Ayurveda and Ayush therapies Their advantages in the Diagnosis and treatment and management of Chronic disorders and Disease conditions
  2. Introduced by Dr. D.B.Bajpai  Dr. Desh Bandhu Bajpai  B.M.S. Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Lucknow  B.A.M.S. Ayurvedacharya from Delhi  Diploma-phytotherapy and Homoeopathy , Munich, Germany  MICR, Post Graduate in Homoeopathy, Mumbai  M.D. Doctor of Medicine Ayurveda, Kaya chikitsa,  CRC [ cardio-vascular]  Ph.D. [ Electro Tridosha Graphy system]  Director and Chief ETG AyurvedaScan Investigator Kanak Polytherapy Clinic and Research Center 67 / 70, Bhusatoli Road, Bartan Bazar, KANPUR – 208001, UP, Web Site; Web Blog ; E-mail;
  3. Reciting Lord Dhanavantary, the God of Health and Medicine and Surgery  Lord Dhanavantary is known as God of Medicine and Surgery according to Hindu Mythology  It is said that he was born on the day of Teras before Dipavali from Sagar Manthan  Goddess Laxami, The Queen of wealth was born on the day of Deepavali  Therefore Lord Dhanavantari is said to be the elder brother of Godess Laxmi  Before chhoti Deepavali on “Dhan Teras “ is termed to memoire Dhanvantari for good health
  4. AYUSH Therapies means  A for Ayurveda  Y for Yoga and Nature cure  U for Unani system of medicine  S for Sidhdha  H for Homoeopathy
  5. AYUSH Therapies  All mentioned therapies are recognized by the Government of India  Recently Government approved AMCHI , theTibetian system of medicine  Except AYUSH Therapies, Modern Western Medical system, known widely ALLOPATHY , is recognized medical system by Government of India  Non other medical system is recognized for medical practice inside the boundaries of India  Some states have given recognition for practicing ACCUPUNCTURE , in West Bengal and in one state of South India
  6. Ayurveda  Over 5000 thousand years old Indian Medical System developed indigenously by folkers & sages and then traditional healers  Ayurveda healers developed both medicinal and surgical approach for treatment and management of the disease conditions
  7. Charak Samhita * Among the Ayurveda Literature CHARAK Sanghita is prime one , which is written by Maharshi Charak • In this samhita Charak mentioned the theoratical and practical part of the Ayurveda
  8. Ashtang Ayurveda ; EIGHT PARTS OF AYURVEDA  Ayurveda is divided in eight parts  The first part is known as SHALYA CHIKITSA that means Surgical Interventions  The second part is known as SHALAKYA CHIKITSA that means the diseases of the Ear , Nose, Throat, Mouth, Throat and the organs related above throat pit towards head  The third part is known as KAYA CHIKITSA , in this part the diseases of the whole body is covered for treatment and management with other natural modes  The fourth part is BHUT VIDYA , the section is covered for Psychological Disorders and their treatment  The Fifth part is KAUMAR BHRITYA, in this section the treatment of new born to adult child’s disorders. This part also includes OBSTETRICS and Gynecological problems  The Sixth part is known AGAD TANTRA , which is related to toxic and poisonous accidental emergencies  The seventh part is RASAYAN TANTRA, this part contains the treatment and management of the incurable disease conditions and to improve general health conditions  The Eighth part is known BAJIKARAN, in this part the management and treatment of the sexual disorders for both sexes are mentioned
  9. Fundamental principals of Ayurveda  Like every science, AYURVEDA have some basic fundamentals  These fundamentals are known basics of Ayurveda  Prakruti that means constitution and temperament accessed according to Ayurveda  Tridosha that means Aetiology of Ayurveda  Tridosha Bhed that means Pathophysiology of Ayurveda  Sapt Dhatu that means pathology of Ayurveda  Mal that means Catabolic products  There are many other fundamental principals laid down by the Acharyas of Ayurveda
  10. Prakrati and Tridosha  Prakrati and Tridosha both are seven in count  These are known as VATA  PITTA  KAPHA  VATA-PITTA combination of Two  PITTA-KAPHA  VATA – KAPHA  VATA-PITTA-KAPHA combination of all three
  11. Tridosha Bhed  VATA, Pitta, Kapha all three have separate Five kinds  All are 15 in counts  Tridosha Bhed is known as PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF Ayurveda
  12. Vata / VAYU Bhed  Vata Bhed are five in counts  Prana Vayu  Udan Vayu  Vyan Vayu  Saman Vayu  Apan Vayu
  13. PITTA BHED  Sadhak Pitta  Pachak Pitta  Ranjak Pitta  Bhrajak Pitta  Lochak Pitta  These are five in numbers
  14. Kapha Bhed  Kledan Kapha  Snehan Kapha  Rasan Kapha  Shelshman Kapha  Avalamban Kapha
  15. Sapta Dhatu ; the PATHOLOGY of Ayurveda  Sapta Dhatus are seven in numbers  This is known and consider equivalent to PATHOILOGY  The seven dhatus are given below;  Ras , it is equivalent to Metabolism and absorption of food and their after conditions like Diebetes  Rakta , it is equivalent to BLOOD and Hematological disorders, Circulatory systems and related organs like Cardiac disorders  Mans, it is considered equivalent to Muscular system , muscles, tendons, Ligaments and other related parts  Med , it is considered equivalent to Fat Metabolism of Body and Fat related problems, increased Fat level in Blood, Cholesteremia, Obesity etc  Asthi, it is considered equivalent to Skeletal system, calcium absorption, Bone and joints related problems, musculoskeletal dosorders  Majja , it is related to Bone Marrow problems, related to any disease conditions  Shukra, it is related to sex related disorders, whatever they may be in either sex
  16. Mala ; the Catabolic products  Mala are catabolic or end products  These are many in numbers but three are main  Feacal [stool] Matter  Urine  Sweat
  17. Oaj and sampurn oaj ; Vital Force / Jivani Shakti  This is considered equivalent to VITAL FORCE or vitality of individual  This is Life force, governing the whole systems and body  Hindi Term is ‘JIVANI SHAKTI’
  18. Traditional methods of Diagnosis of Disorders according to Ayurveda  Traditional methods for Diagnosis of diseases are mentioned in classical of Ayurveda in many way developed time to time accordingly  Nidan Panchak is very popular in which the following five aspects are considered  Nidan Panchak is very popular among the Vaidya / Ayurveda Practitioner  The Nidan panchak is a procedure of mental and physical evaluation of diagnosis of disorders according to Ayurveda rules
  19. Diagnosis of Ayurvedic Fundamentals by Radial Pulse examination  Since 1000 years , Radial Pulse examination came in existence for diagnosis of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha  These three are called TRIDOSHA in Ayurveda terms  The Pulse examination is done by the Vaidyas / Ayurvedic physician / Ayurveda Practitioner by touching and pressing of Radial pulse by his/ her three first, second and third finger  Putting on the throbbing radial artery, right side of the upper hand of male and left side of the female is examined according to the rule laid down by the Acharyas, read by the Vaidyas
  20. Diagnosis of Disorders  Diagnosis of disorders are done by Vaidyas after asking many questions and physical examination  Established diagnosis could be right or wrong and may be misleading  Thus treatment strategy could be right or wrong or misleading
  21. Traditional Diagnosis Procedures  Nidan Panchak is the first diagnosis procedure of Ayurveda  Nidan Ashtak / Asht Nidan / Nidan dashak are the innovative methods developed after Nidan Panchak  Asking questions, food habits, Life style , examination of painful parts are used in the traditional practice  Mutra pariksha / Stool / Mal pariksha / swead pariksha / tvacha pariksha / netra pariksha and other examination procedure were developed for status quantification of Tridosha  Non other procedures of diagnosis are developed after that
  22. Modern Invention in the field of AYURVEDA  Electro Tridosha Graphy, which is an electrical examination of human body  Known now as E.T.G. AyurvedaScan in short is invented and developed at Kanpur by Dr. Desh Bandhu Bajpai  ETG AyurvedaScan dignose the Fundamentals of Ayurveda including diagnosis of the diseases presence in whole body  Quantification & detection of the status of Ayurvedic principals and disease conditions are possible with their intensities presence inside the human body
  23. Invention of Electro Tridosha Graphy  In 1988, the concept of diagnosis of the Ayurvedic Fundamentals came in existence  The Electro Tridosha Graphy machine is used for the status quantification of Ayurvedic Fundamentals in evidence way  Earlier to this invention, no other methods were in existence for measuring Tridosha  This is the first and only scanning system of Ayurveda in this golbe.
  24. The Only Hi-tek mechanized and technological system of Ayurveda  Electro Tridosha Graphy AyurvedaScan machine is used for the diagnosis and examination purposes  ETG machine have hardware and software specially developed  The system is consists of ETG machine, ETG Software, printer, scanner , Tread machine and other infrastructures facilities
  25. How ETG AyurvedaScan is done  Electrical scanning of human body is dependent upon the mapping of the human part or body required for Scanning  Ayurveda have segregated human body according to Tridosha  Human body is mapped according to the rules laid down by the olden practitioners of Ayurveda  After mapping selected points are taken for electrical recording  The ETG Machine records the traces placing electrodes on the selected sites  After completing mapping and trace scanning, the selected traces are transferred to Computer for measurements and evaluation
  26. E.T.G.AyurvedaScan REPORT  ETG AyurvedaScan report is divided in few sections  It consists over 150 report pages  The report contains the quantified Ayurveda Principals as earlier mentioned  It contains the physiological, patho- physiological and pathological conditions of the scanned body parts / area, showing with their intensity presence
  27. Additional Examination -1  With this Electro Homoeopathy Scan ; EHG Homoeopathy Scan report with selection of Homoeopathic remedies for the sick individual is also provided  Do and Donts and pathya parahej instructions file is given including management
  28. Additional examination -2  Ayurvedic Thermal mapping and scanning and diagnosis report ; this is new invention of Ayurveda  A physical and pathological examination file is given separately which includes patient measurement and examination data  Examination data contains Blood pressure, SpO2, Pulse per minute, Body temperature, Peak flow test, Random Blood sugar, weight, height, Body fat analysis, cervical spine stress test, Urine analysis, Saliva test, sputum test, Blood pH test,Ayush Heamo meter test, Ayush Spectro Analyser, Musculo-grip test,Tread-machine /pedometer test, Pulmonary inhalation capacity test, ECG, Pulmonary air-volume test L:umber spine stress test
  29. Additional examination - 3  With this Hi-tek technology, Homoeopathic principals are also quantified  Electro Homoeo Graphy ; EHG HomoeopathyScan report is also provided with the main report  Anybody wish to take treatment of Homoeopathy, the report is helpful for selection of exact remedy, correct potency selection, treatment and management of the case  Repertorial sheet is provided with selected remedies
  30. Pathy and Parhej ; Do and Do not  On the basis of ETG AyurvedaScan report obstacles to cure is identified  Advise is given what to eat and what to do in daily routine  Advise for Panchakarma , Leech therapy, Sutra chikitsa, Agni karm etc are given accordingly, when in need  A complete Food and herbs details are provided to facilitate both the Ayurveda physician and patient
  31. Ayurveda Treatment – A  Ayurveda treatment is basically depend upon the findings of Tridosha  Infrastructure of ayurveda is based on the Tridosha  Diseases are classified according to Tridosha existence  Astang Ayurveda is practised in the strategy of treatment  Classification of diseases and disorders are done according to the chapters mentioned in Astang ayurveda
  32. Ayurveda Treatment -B  Treatment of the disorders are well exposed  From simple available herbs to complicated formulae of the remedies  From single herbs to complex mixture of different origin of pure ingredients
  33. Diagnosis  Kaya chikitsa provides aetiology, pathophysiology, pathlogy, sign and symptoms including prognosis of disorders  Differential diagnosis is given for reference  Physical disorders and Mental disorders are well explained  In Shalya Chikitsa those diseases are mentioned , which requires surgical interventions  Shushruta have mentioned in his classical ethics Shushrut samhita, the surgical procedures and how to perform surgery  Shalakya tantra is related to ENT, ophthalmology, Dentistry and the related organs treatment from throat pit to head  Bhut vidya is related to Psychological ailments, psychotherapy procedures are given in this chapter  Kaumar Bhritya is related to pediatric and obstetrics and gynecology, in this chapter the disorders of the newly born baby to adult child is given , problems before , during and after pregnancy is well elaborated  Agad Tantra is related to treat the condition from accidental poisoning, poisonous biting, accidents and similar emergencies  Rasayan is related for treatment of those conditions, which requires general maintenance of health condition and require treatment of those ailments which exhausted total body  Bajikaran is related to sexual disorders of both sexes, whatever they may be
  34. Complicated Disease conditions  Diabetes  Cardiac Disorders  High Blood Pressure  Low Blood Pressure  Hepatic / Liver disorders  AIDS  HIV  Cancer  Arthritis  Brain Anomalies  Pulmonary anomalies  Kidney anomalies  Diagnosed and Undiagnosed Disorders  Any other anomalies, disorders  Complicated disorders  Many more
  35. Ayurveda Diagnosis and Treatment  For correct , accurate and effective treatment of Ayurveda , it is very essential that diagnosis of Disorders in view with the principles of Ayurveda is necessary  With this the selection of medicine is a cardinal step , the type of medicaments is to be prescribed  Patient management and life style is essential to change
  36. Surgical conditions and Surgical Interventions  Many surgical conditions can be avoided by using Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic medicaments  Glands, adenoids  Kidney Stones  Stenosis  Wounds  Boils  Piles  Gall Bladder anomalies ; sludge and inflammation  Gall stones upto 6 mm  Sinuses ; Nasal  Fistula  And some other surgical conditions
  37. Contact to Dr.D.B.Bajpai Ayurvedician & Chief ETG AyurvedaScan Investigator  Dr. D.B.Bajpai, Kanak Polytherapy Clinic and Research Center 67 / 70, Bhusatoli Road, Bartan Bazar, KANPUR SHAHAR – 208001 Uttar Pradesh, Bharat, Republic Of India