An observational study on assessment of Sara in Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus) patients
Background: Sara one of the factor of Dashvidha Pariksha, is the excellent or best functional aspect of Dhatu responsible for rendering strength to a person. Madhumeha is a morbid condition in which vitiation of Kapha Dosha and Meda Dhatu is the major factor of this disease. In this disease almost all Dhatu get vitiated along with Oja, due to which the condition of patient afflicted with Madhumeha goes on deteriorating and leads to serious consequences in form of complications. Aim and Objectives: a) To assess the Sara condition in the patients of Madhumeha. b) To assess the Atura Bala on the basis of Sara Pariksha. c) Study of complications in Madhumeha patients. Materials and Methods: The present study is a cross sectional observational study, which has been conducted in 100 patients of Madhumeha under Stratum A and Stratum B with the help of proforma in the form of validated questionnaire. Results: Maximum 80.56% patients were having Avara Medasara in Stratum A and 85.94% patients in Stratum B were having Avara Shukrasara. On overall assessment, Madhyam Sara and Avara Sara was found in maximum patients of Stratum A and B respectively.
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