Karishma Singh

Karishma Singh
Ministry of AYUSH

PhD
Research Officer, Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India

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Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a condition posing major challenge to health-care system. The disease is characterized by inflammatory stiffening of the spine, affecting the cartilaginous joints of the spine and the sacroiliac joints. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and steroids are the drugs of choice in conventional systems but fail to provi...
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Shotha (~Swelling) , a very common manifestation perhaps every individual comes across once or more in their lifetime, can be chronic and distressing sometimes. Present case study describes the Ayurvedic management of traumatic injury induced swelling in the ankle joints for twelve years. Patient did not have sustainable relief in swelling or pain...
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Pediatric neurology has emerged as an important and flourishing super specialty of pediatrics. Burden of neurolog-ical disorders in childhood age group is enormous. About a quarter of chronic childhood problems are neurological in origin. Indian subcontinent faces a great burden of neuro-developmental disorders due to dual challenge of genetic and...
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The sedentary lifestyle and stress filled modern era has led to alterations in the activities of neuroendocrine system causing newer health challenges like thyroid disorder. Hypothyroidism is a commonly encountered health issue in day to day life and has continued to pose major health challenges in both developing and developed world. Hypothyroidis...
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Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most common and severe form of childhood muscular dystrophy, with an incidence of 1 case in 3500 male births. It is an X linked recessive disorder due to the absence or alteration of the dystrophin protein, encoded by the DMD gene on chromosome Xp21. Corticosteroids are the only medications that have shown to alte...
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Hypothyroidism is emerging as a common health concern in India as well as worldwide. An autoimmune cause accounts for approximately 90% of adult hypothyroidism mostly due to Hashimoto's disease. This autoimmunity goes parallel with the theory of Ama (intermediatory product) in Ayurveda. A case of a 27-year-old female patient, presenting with pain i...
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In all Ayurvedic texts, the significance of Basti is highlighted as much as to call it half of the treatment or even complete treatment by some Acharyas. Among all the therapeutic procedures, Basti is superior, because it has the ability to produce multidimensional therapeutic effects according to the drug used. There is no therapy equivalent to Ba...
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Uttarbasti has been well highlighted in the classics for most of the uro-genital disorders in both males and females. Among the disorders being treated with Uttarbasti, infertility stands first. The great ancient acharyas had developed parameters for Ayurvedic procedures and medicines according to their era, so it is the need of the hour to establi...
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Context: Hypothyroidism is one of the most common thyroid disorders in India, affecting one in ten adults. Although the diagnosis and treatment of hypothyroidism are often considered simple, there are large number of people with this condition who are suboptimally treated. Due to wide spectrum of the disease and high prevalence in the society, the...
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Hypothyroidism is emerging as one of the global health issues. The analysis of the symptomatology of Hypothyroidism in the light of Ayurvedic principles reveals that the pathogenesis and manifestations of hypothyroidism occurs due to dysfunction of Agni. The trial drug Triphladya Guggulu, cited in Yogaratnakara for the management of Gandamala, cont...
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Diabetes mellitus (DM) refers to a group of common metabolic disorders that share the phenotype of hyperglycemia. Diabetes is mounting at an alarming rate, all over the world. The International Diabetes Federation predicts that the number of people living with diabetes will to rise from 366 million in 2011 to 552 million by 2030. In spite of all th...

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