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Title: <i style="">Bala taila parisheka</i> – A traditional approach in wound healing
Authors: Tripathy, R N
Otta, S P
Siddram, A
Keywords: Bala taila
Traditional medicine
Wound healing
Issue Date: Oct-2011
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Series/Report no.: A01D 8/53, A01D 1/68, A61F 13/00, A61B 17/03, A01D 20/98
Abstract: A clinical study of <i style="">BalaTaila </i>(sesame oil processed with <i style="">Sida cordifolia</i> and some other indigenous compound) <i style="">Pariseka</i> (instillation) in wound healing was conducted on 30 patients and were divided into two groups of 15 each. Group I (trial group) treated by <i style="">Bala Taila</i> local application once daily & Group II (control group) treated by the cleaning with normal saline. Sterile dry gauze was used for dressing with an aim to assess the effectiveness of <i style="">BalaTaila Parisheka</i> in wound healing. Results exhibited that there is, reduction of pain (85%), swelling (80%), changes to normal colour (84.44%), reduction in discharge (82.92%), appearance of granulation (86.66%) and size of wound reduced to (79.41%).<b style=""> </b>The result of <i style="">Bala Taila</i> was found statistically significant in the process of wound healing.
Description: 643-650
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJTK Vol.10(4) [October 2011]

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