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Kuldeep Choudhary

Kuldeep Choudhary
RRAP - Central Ayurveda Research Institute for Cancer Mumbai · Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences New Delhi

BAMS MD (Ayu. Pediatrics)

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13 Research Items
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Introduction
Being as Research officer in Ayurveda fraternity , I wish to introduce Ayurveda as one of the mainstream management in General and specified chronic disorders of Pediatric age group with an aim of scientifically validated clinical trials.
Education
August 2008 - September 2011
National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur.
Field of study
  • Ayurveda Pediatrics

Publications

Publications (20)
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BACKGROUND: Chickenpox is a contagious infection caused by the Varicella-zoster virus with the clinical manifestation of itchy rashes with fluid-filled blisters and fever. Although it is a self-limiting disease, to shorten the recovery period as well as to avoid complications, Ayurveda medicine could be effectively used in the management of chicken...
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Background: Balchaturbharda Churna (BC), is four ingredients (Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. Ex Royle, Pistacia integerrima stew. Ex brandis, Piper Longum Linn. and Cyperus rotundus linn.) Ayurvedic powder dosage form, which is commonly prescribed for treating fever, cough, diarrhea in pediatric setting.Objective: This present study evaluates the pos...
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Objectives: Comparative study of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera; WS) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for chemoprophylaxis against COVID-19 in actively engaged high-risk health-care workers. Design: Randomized, multicentric, open label, active control, two arm parallel efficacy study of 16 weeks. Sample size was based on pre-set 15% non-inferiority ma...
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Objectives To study the efficacy and safety of Withania somnifera (WS) in the prophylaxis against COVID-19 in high risk health care workers (HCW) in comparison to hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). To evaluate general physical and mental health benefits of Ashwagandha. Methods A 16 week randomized prospective, open label, parallel efficacy, two arm multi-c...
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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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Context: The incidence of non communicable disease (NCD) is rising globally and is currently the leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. Some evidence suggests that factors affecting growth and development from the period of conception through fetal life to early childhood and adolescence are major risk determinants for NCD later in li...
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Introduction: Various clinical research have been done in Ayurveda to study the effectiveness of Ayurveda intervention in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in pediatric population. However, to date, no comprehensive systematic review has been conducted to assess the quality of clini...
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Background: Diabetes mellitus is one of the systemic risk factors for periodontal diseases which can play a major role in initiation and progression of the disease To maintain oral hygiene only brushing is not sufficient , so various mouthwashes ( in modern medicine ) are available in market. But that cannot be used for long duration due to their s...
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Thyroid disease especially Hypothyroidism is one of the commonest endocrine disorders worldwide and its prevalence of is increasing day by day. In allopathic system hypothyroidism is managed by replacement therapy with L-thyroxin which appears effective in restoring biochemical euthyroidism. However, studies continue to show problems in the managem...
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Ashmari (Urolithiasis) is a very common worldwide problem, troubling mankind since ages and is one of the major reasons of abdominal pain these days. The therapies available in different systems of medicine are not able to prevent its pathogenesis, even the surgical methods available for the management of calculi like extracorporeal shock wave lit...
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Allergic Rhinitis (AR) represents a common and serious health problem in pediatric age group in term of outpatient visit. The chronic nature of disease and its association with other comorbid conditions like asthma, eczema etc. has shown significant negative impact on quality of life, school performance and cognitive functioning in children which h...
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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common bacterial infection encountered in pediatric age group. The incidence varies with age, being more prevalent among boys during infancy and later on in girls. It generally resolves with proper antibiotic treatment. However certain part of pediatric population is at high risk of developing recurrent UTI due to...
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Sushruta Samhita describes the ancient tradition of surgery in India and is considered as one of the brilliant gems in ancient Indian medical literature. This treatise contains detailed descriptions of way of teaching and practice of surgery by our great ancient surgeon, Acharya Sushruta, who had wide knowledge of surgery which has got relevance ev...
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Sushruta Samhita is a part of "Brihat trayi", the three main compositions of ancient Indian medicine i.e. Ayurveda. It is a well known composition among surgeons and considered as a landmark in the field of surgery but contributions of Acharya Sushruta towards other branches of medicine are not known to many. He himself used to emphasize that unles...
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Nephrotic syndrome (NS) is an important chronic renal disease prevalent among pediatric population. Nephrotic syndrome has emerged as immunological disorder. Researches on pathogenesis have shown T lymphocyte dysregulation and vascular permeability factors that might contribute the alteration in podocyte function and permselectivity resulting in NS...
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Cerebral pal sy (CP) is a common chronic motor disability among developmental disorder prevalent world widely a mong pediatric population. It is a group of condition characterized by motor dysfunction due to non progressive brain damage in its early developing period; often accompanied by other features like seizures, behavioral disorder, cognitive...
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Cerebral palsy is a disorder of motor dysfunction due to non progressive brain damage in its early developing stage. It is often accompanied by disturbances of sensation, perception, cognition, behavior, seizures and by secondary musculoskeletal problems restricting them from independency. So the present clinical study was formulated with an aim to...
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Background: Cerebral palsy is disorder of neuromotor origin due to non progressive brain damage in its early developing period. It is often accompanied by other features like seizures, behavioral disorders and cognitive impairment restricting their normal activities of daily living, making them to be dependent on others. Aim and Objectives: The pre...

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