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|Title:||Clinical study on <i style="">Waja-ul-Mafasil</i> and evaluation of efficacy of <i style="">Hijamat-Bila-Shurt</i> in the treatment|
Qamri, M A
|Series/Report no.:||<b style="">Int. Cl.<sup>8</sup>: </b>A61K 36/00, A61P 9/14, A61P 11/00, A61P 19/00, A61P 21/00, A61P 25/00|
|Abstract:||Since, the <i style="">Hijamat</i> therapy is not still scientifically validated, therefore, after reviewing <i style="">unani </i>literature, a case study on <i style="">Hijamat-Bila-Shurt</i> in the management of <i style="">Waja-ul-Mafasil</i> was carried out. In the present study, thirty patients of 20-65 yrs of age were clinically diagnosed and were enrolled for 35 days from the OPD/IPD of NIUM Hospital. Patients were allocated in two groups A & B. Group A, containing 20 patients, was treated with <i style="">Hijamat-Bila-Shurt</i> and <i style="">Habbe Suranjan</i> two tablets twice a day, while group B, containing 10 patients, was treated with <i style="">Habbe Suranjan</i> two tablets twice a day. The duration of application of cups was 30 minutes in each sitting. There was significant improvement in the subjective parameters (p<0.05) except muscular weakness in group A. In group B, significant improvement was in joints pain, tenderness and restriction of movement (p<0.05) while in other parameters the result was not significant. Based on the results of the study, it has been concluded that <i style="">Hijamat-Bila-Shurt</i> should be advised along with the drug treatment for the management of <i style="">Waja-ul-Mafasil.</i>|
|ISSN:||0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJTK Vol.10(4) [October 2011]|
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