Conceptual Study Of Karanj Tail In Vitapched With Special Refence Episiotomy Wound.

Nikita Shinde, H.S. Kongi, Sandeep Randive

Abstract


           Episotomy is an important procedure performed during second stage of labour to decrease postpartum pain and reduction in severe or third or fourth degree perinial tear.

             In ayurved it is mentioned as Vitapched. If Samyak prasav not found (obstructed, prolonged labour) chhinna (Cut) Kshat (Contused) and ghrishta (Lacerated) Vrana has been formed. Inorder to avoid further complication episiotomy is taken in medio-lateral perinial wall.

         No specific nidanpanchak is mentioned of Vitapched (Episiotomy) because it is surgical procedure. This study is undertaken to study the effect of Karanj Tail in Episiotomy wound, it is common procedure in primi mothers. The overall prevalence of episiotomy in India is 67%.


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Episiotomy, Karanj tail.

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