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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Special Issue 6, Part A (2021)

Efficacy of ayurvedic regimen in Covid 19 - A case study

Dr. Jaya Singh and Dr. Shweta Mishra
COVID-19 which is detected in the year 2019 as a new Pandemic and declared by WHO as global emergency. It is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus (SARS- CoV2) which is a type of RNA virus and belong to the family Coronaviridae. The disease is thought to originate from bats and was spread to people through an unknown medium in Wuhan, China. Ideally, the disease is spread by droplet or aerosol infection that have an incubation period between two and fourteen days. Clinical features of the disease may extend from asymptomatic to symptoms of fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, difficulty breathing, Acute respiratory distress syndrome, pneumonia and even death. In second wave of Covid 19, evidences have suggested that inflammatory response play important role in progression of disease. For the diagnosis of the disease along with RT-PCR, chest X-rays and CT scan of thorax some inflammatory marker TLC, CRP, LDH and D- dimer are also included. However, no specific treatment is available till date. Preventive strategies includes isolation of the infected persons, proper ventilation, hand hygiene and use of personal protective equipment etc. Disease severity and unavailability of sure shot treatment have caused great threat and panic in public worldwide. Covid 19 which is an epidemic, in Ayueveda it can be correlated with Janapadodhwansa. In this article we will discuss about efficacy of Ayurvedic regimen in mild to moderate cases of Covid 19 patients.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Jaya Singh, Dr. Shweta Mishra. Efficacy of ayurvedic regimen in Covid 19 - A case study. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(6S):01-05. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2021.v7.i6Sa.8599
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