Babita Yadav

Babita Yadav
Dr. Harisingh Gour University · Department of Business Management

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Background: During the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the Ministry of Ayush conducted a community study to provide therapeutic care to patients with asymptomatic, mild, and moderate COVID-19 in home isolation based on the empirical evidence generated on the efficacy of AYUSH-64 in COVID-19. Objective: To document disease characte...
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Background: During the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the Ministry of Ayush conducted a community study to provide therapeutic care to patients with asymptomatic, mild, and moderate COVID-19 in home isolation based on the empirical evidence generated on the efficacy of AYUSH-64 in COVID-19. Objective: To document disease characteris...
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Background: During the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the Ministry of Ayush conducted a community study to provide therapeutic care to patients with asymptomatic, mild, and moderate COVID-19 in home isolation based on the empirical evidence generated on the efficacy of AYUSH-64 in COVID-19. Objective: To document disease characteris...
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Background: During the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the Ministry of Ayush conducted a community study to provide therapeutic care to patients with asymptomatic, mild, and moderate COVID-19 in home isolation based on the empirical evidence generated on the efficacy of AYUSH-64 in COVID-19. Objective: To document disease characteris...
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Background: During the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the Ministry of Ayush conducted a community study to provide therapeutic care to patients with asymptomatic, mild, and moderate COVID-19 in home isolation based on the empirical evidence generated on the efficacy of AYUSH-64 in COVID-19. Objective: To document disease characteris...
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An Ayurvedic polyherbal formulation (Ayush-64) was repurposed for use in mild to moderate COVID-19 cases based on the supportive evidence obtained from a pilot study on its effect on Influenza like illness (ILI) and molecular docking study which revealed that several compounds isolated from Ayush-64 demonstrated antiviral activity. The study aims a...
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Background: Currently, there is no approved treatment for the management of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Drug repurposing of existing medications could be a possible way to find out a novel therapeutic entity to combat the COVID-19. Aim: To determine the clinical efficacy and safety of an Ayurveda intervention (Guduchighana Vati) in asymptoma...
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Objective To determine the therapeutic efficacy and safety of AYUSH-64 as an add-on to standard care in mild to moderate COVID-19.S Design setting, and interventions This open-label randomized controlled parallel-group trial was conducted at a designated COVID care centre in India in 80 patients diagnosed with mild to moderate COVID-19 and randomi...
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Introduction: Vaccines have emerged as the most effective tool in the fight against COVID-19. Governments all over the world have rolled out the COVID-19 vaccine program for their populations. Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (COVISHIELDTM) is widely used in India. A large number of Indian people have been consuming various traditional medicines...
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INTRODUCTION: Healthcare workers (HCWs) are high-risk individuals in the management of epidemics caused by highly contagious disorders such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Standard of care (SOC) for the prevention of exposure can be greatly supported with SOC measures to improve the immune response. The purpose of this study was to evaluate...
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INTRODUCTION: Healthcare workers (HCWs) are high-risk individuals in the management of epidemics caused by highly contagious disorders such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Standard of care (SOC) for the prevention of exposure can be greatly supported with SOC measures to improve the immune response. The purpose of this study was to evaluate...
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Background: Apart from vaccines, significant efforts have been made to develop prophylactic and therapeutic interventions against COVID-19. Lack of standard therapeutic options for the management of COVID-19 contributes to seriousness of this novel disease. The current strategy for exploring therapeutic interventions to manage this pandemic is broa...
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Background: The evidence on the efficacy and safety of Ayurveda interventions as an add-on to the standard conventional care for coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) is limited. Aim and objective: This study was planned to explore the potential of AYUSH-64 as an add-on to conventional care in improving the clinical recovery and negative reverse t...
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Objective: To assess the efficacy and safety of Chyawanprash in preventing SARS-CoV-2 infection among health care personnel working at COVID-19 isolation ward. Setting: A hospital designated as COVID-19 care centre in Delhi, India Participants: Apparently healthy health care workers (HCWs) of age 20 to 60 years who were RT PCR negative and asymptom...
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BackgroundCOVID 19 pandemic has evolved as a unique unprecedented global health crisis that has affected severely the economies and daily lives of people. Despite the diligent worldwide efforts to contain it, there is an exponential rise in cases. Associated serious morbidity and mortality has continued the efforts towards a clinically proven proph...
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Background: There is limited evidence on the safety and efficacy of administering Ayurveda interventions as add-on to the standard care for COVID-19. Objective: To explore the therapeutic efficacy and safety of AYUSH-64 as an add-on to standard care in the management of mild to moderate stage COVID-19.Design, setting, participants and interventions...
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Background: Ayush-64 is an Ayurvedic formulation, developed and patented by Central Council of Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS). In the present study, we repurposed it for use in mild to moderate COVID-19 cases based on a pilot study against Influenza like illness (ILI) and molecular docking study which revealed that several compounds isolate...
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Introduction The government of India has rolled out COVID-19 vaccine program for individuals who are 18 years of age and above and priority is being given to the elderly, and individuals with morbidity. Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (COVISHIELD) is most widely used in India. A large number of Indian people have been consuming various traditio...
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Objectives: To compare the co-administration of an Ayurvedic drug AYUSH 64 as an adjunct to standard of care (SOC) and SOC for efficacy and safety in the management of COVID-19. Design: Multicentre, parallel efficacy, randomized, controlled, open-label, assessor blind, exploratory trial with a convenience sample. Patients followed to complete 12 we...
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Objectives Primary Objective • To assess the efficacy of Ayurveda interventions and Yoga in rehabilitation of COVID-19 cases suffering with long term effects of COVID 19 as compared to WHO Rehabilitation Self-Management after COVID-19- Related Illness. Secondary Objective • To assess the safety of Ayurvedic interventions in cases suffering with lon...
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Objectives: Primary Objective • To assess the efficacy of Ayurveda interventions and Yoga in rehabilitation of COVID-19 cases suffering with long term effects of COVID 19 as compared to WHO Rehabilitation Self-Management after COVID-19- Related Illness. Secondary Objective • To assess the safety of Ayurvedic interventions in cases suffering with lo...
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Background: Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 is Janapadoddhwamsa Vikara (epidemic disease) in Ayurveda, where Rasayana drugs (immunomodulators or rejuvenating therapy) have been advocated for controlling the diseases. Therefore, Guduchi Ghan Vati, containing a drug Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), a plant is selected for prevention of COVID-19. Objectives: To...
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present era, pharmacological, bio-chemical interventions are not success remedy for Migraine. Ayurveda and other complementary medicine have medication for Migraine. The main aim of the study was to assess the efficacy of therapeutic combination of Shirsooladi vajra ras and Godanti bhasma along with Pathyadi kwatha for management of Migraine on cli...
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AYUSH Sanjivani is a mobile application launched by the Ministry of AYUSH (MoA) to gather information regarding the utilization of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy) advocacies for the prevention of COVID-19 infection. A cross-sectional analysis of the data generated through this mobile application has been performed and presente...
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Background: The evidence on the efficacy and safety of Ayurveda interventions as add-on to the standard conventional care for COVID-19 is limited. This study was planned to explore the potential of AYUSH-64 as add-on to conventional care in improving the clinical recovery and negative RT-PCR conversion in asymptomatic and mild COVID-19 cases. Mater...
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Background: Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common forms of arthritis which is caused by the degeneration of joint cartilage. It is often associated with disability and leads to impairment of quality of life. The clinical picture is similar to the disease Sandhigatavata described in Ayurveda (one among the Vatavyadhi) and is characterized by...
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Background: Currently, there is no approved treatment for the management of COVID-19 pandemic. Drug repurposing of existing medications could be a possible way to find out a novel therapeutic entity to combat the COVID-19.Objectives: To determine the clinical effectiveness and safety profile of an Ayurveda Intervention (Guduchighan Vati) in asympto...
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Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid19) occurs after exposure to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARSCoV2). For persons who are at high risk of exposure, the standard of care is personal protection from getting infected. Whether Ayurvedic rasayana drug like Chyawanprash can prevent symptomatic infection in frontline health c...
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Abstract: Introduction: Cognitive deficit denotes the condition characterized by impairment in the cognitive and intellectual functions. In children, it is usually detected in early schooling, wherein the children lag in processing of information including thinking, memory, perception, motivation, skilled movements and language. Aim: The present s...
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Employee retention and talent management have been a critical issue for many national and global level organizations. People are the most valuable asset and their development in terms of skills, knowledge and abilities gives strength to an organization to achieve desired outcomes. Talent management practices aimed at getting the right person in the...
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Background: Prevalence of chronic bronchitis is increasing as a part of urbanization and increased pollution. Failure of timely recognition of the condition often causes worsening of the disease. In Ayurveda, the symptoms of chronic bronchitis may be compared with those of Kaphaja Kasa. Kushmandaka Rasayana is a medicine that is commonly used in re...
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Background: Designing health care policies and programmes requires knowledge about health care seeking behavior so that that appropriate intervention can be planned. Health care seeking behavior is a complex outcome of many factors operating at various levels including availability and accessibility of healthcare services. Dependent on these determ...
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Background: Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine popularly practiced in India.
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Introduction: Cognitive deficit describes deficit in global intellectual performances. It is a condition which usually begins in childhood, and the patient shows significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Its cause may be congenital or may occur due to environmental factors such as brain injuries, neurological disorders, or men...
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The Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences was established in 1969, since then it has been engaged in clinical research for validation of classical Ayurveda drugs and drug development of new/coded formulations based on leads from classical texts, contemporary scientific, pharmacological leads and from the folklore collected from various...
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Introduction– Obesity is a condition of abnormal or excessive fatness, either generalized or localized. And Dyslipidemia is a condition with abnormal raised levels of any one or all lipids in the blood. Ayurveda compares signs and symptoms of obesity and dyslipidemia with the disease Sthaulya / Medoroga. Vyoshadi Guggulu and Haritaki Churna are the...
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Background: The CCRAS carries out its research programs through its 30 peripheral institutes with the headquarters in New Delhi. Presently, 24 clinical units are providing outpatient services in addition to clinical research.
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Introduction: Sociological literature indicates gender differentiation in both health status and use of health services. It has been observed that women did not complain of any medical problem until it started interfering with their daily activities. Therefore, a cross-sectional community-based survey was conducted in lower socioeconomic group area...
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Background Iron deficiency anemia is one of the most prevalent types of nutritional disorder in the world. Its etiology is multifaceted and it generally results when the iron demands of the body are not met by iron absorption. Iron deficiency anemia can be symptomatically compared with Pandu Roga in Ayurveda. Aims and objectives To evaluate the ef...