Rajesh Uikey

Rajesh Uikey
Govt.Dhanwantari Ayurved Medical college and Hospital Ujjain m.p. · Rog Nidan Evam Vikriti Vigyan

BAMS MD

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May 2016 - August 2020
Government Dhanwantari Ayurved College and Hospital Ujjain m.p.
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2013 - April 2016
Shubhdeep Ayurved Medical college and Hospital Indore m.p.
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2013 - September 2013
Shri Sai Ayurved medical College and Hospital Aligarh u.p.
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
August 2010 - August 2013
Faculty of Ayurved Institute of medical science BHU
Field of study
  • Ayurved
November 2004 - May 2010
Government Ayurved College and Hospital Gwalior m.p.
Field of study
  • Ayurved

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Covid-19 is a big Pandemic disease nowadays which affected more and more people in second wave. People got affected from cities to villages. In India, the number of people affected daily in the month of April-May 2021 were above 4 lakhs above and death were also around 4 thousand. In this crisis, there was a shortage in medical facilities everywher...
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Introduction: In Ayurveda Bala Shosha is known as Kuposhan Janya Vyadhi and it is viewed under Malnutritional or PEM disorder. Malnutrition is a common health problem in preschool children of developing countries including in India. As per WHO poor feeding of infant and young children resulting in under nutrition is the single and most important fa...
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Backgroud: Jala-Nimajjan Purisha Pariksha is an ancient method that has been described in all most all the Samhitas, which was done to assess the presence of Ama (undigested substance) in the stool. Ama is an important factor which is considered generally as the root cause of all the diseases. So, this technique was considered as an important tool...
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Srotas is unique structure of our body, innumerable and divided into two types Bahirmukhi and Antarmukhi Srotas. They are hollow, tubular and porous in nature which transports the essential nutritional elements for all the Dhatus. According to Ayurveda when Dosha, Dhatu and Mala are in the equilibrium state and Srotas also have remained in their na...
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Autoimmune hepatitis is a chronic inammatory disorder characterized by high levels of aminotransferase and auto antibodies, hypergammaglobulinemia and interface hepatitis. The etiology of AIH has not been completely elucidated, but immunogenetic background and environmental parameters may contribute to itsdevelopment. Autoimmune hepatitis does not...
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Background: -Rakta(blood) is very important element of our body which is essential for survival of life. In Ayurveda, there are SaptaDhatus (seven tissue) in our body. RaktaDhatuis one of them. Rakta dhatu is also important for sustenance of life. And responsible for the existence, support and maintenance of body. Rakta itself is life, Hence, neede...
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Hridroga (Heart disease) is very common in present scenario due to the sedentary life style and increase psychosocial stress. The major causative factors for heart problems are cigarette smoking, tobacco chewing, alcohol consumption, junk foods and obesity. According to WHO Ischemic heart disease or Coronary artery disease is the major causes of mo...
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Stool examination is an important laboratory investigative tool in medicine, which is used to understand the health and disease condition of a person. It is also included in Ashtasthana Pariksha. The factors which are described under Ashtasthana Pariksha indicate that these are the body parts or metabolic products, where there will be changes when...
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Purpose: Ayurveda describes Agni dushti to be the root cause of all diseases in humans. The diagnosis of these diseases is mainly based on clinical features supported by clinical examination and ancillary investigations. For this several methods have been described in Ayurvedic texts, which can be broadly classified into Roga and Rogi pariksha. The...

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