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Sathiyarajeswaran Parameswaran

Sathiyarajeswaran Parameswaran
SIDDHA CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUE , CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH IN SIDDHA · MINISTRY OF AYUSH, GOVT OF INDIA.

M.D(SIDDHA),Mphil(Siddha) PGDBE

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Introduction
Sathiyarajeswaran Parameswaran currently works at Siddha central research Institute. Their most recent publication is 'Quality Standards for Urai Mathirai-A Siddha Immunomodulator Formulation for Children'.
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Additional affiliations
September 2006 - March 2022
SIDDHA CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUE , CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH IN SIDDHA
Position
  • Head of the Institute - Siddha Central Resrach Institute Central council for Research in Siddha
Description
  • I have more than 10 years of experience in Clinical research in Siddha
Education
January 2013 - May 2014
August 2001 - May 2004
Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University
Field of study
  • Siddha Medicine
September 1995 - March 1997
Tamil University
Field of study
  • Siddha Medicine

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Publications (101)
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Background Herbs are commonly used to treat cardiovascular diseases in various traditional medicine. On the other hand, herb-drug interactions are most commonly encountered with conventional antiplatelet and anticoagulant drug prescriptions. This review presents a compilation of plants investigated for antiplatelet and anticoagulation recently and...
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Background: Manikkadai-Nool (MK) is an ancient Siddha treatise of Anthropometric based predictions very much acclaimed for its diagnostic value in clinical practice. A well-set protocol is lacking for the methodology, limiting its expected outcome of predictive values. Moreover, the systematic approach of case reporting pertaining to its diagnostic...
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Male Hypogonadism is the condition diagnosed in men with signs and symptoms of testosterone deficiency. Hypogonadism may be further classified as primary or secondary caused due to organic or functional pathology. This classification has significant therapeutic implications for instituting gonadotropin therapy to restore testosterone levels, sperma...
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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) transmissions are occurring rapidly; it is raising the alarm around the globe. Though vaccines are currently available, the evolution and mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 threaten available vaccines' significance. The drugs are still undergoing clinical trials, and certain medications are appr...
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The SARS-CoV-2 was identified in December 2019 and spread quickly around the globe. Around 218 countries with 61,468,916 cases have been diagnosed as of November 27, 2020. The epidemic quarantine and symptomatic care plan control are the first step of the treatment in the absence of medicines and vaccines. The need for treatments/therapeutics is in...
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Integrative Medicine (IM) is a rapidly growing field because of increased demand, which requires further evidence-based research to provide more information on the effectiveness and safety. The aim of the study was to assess morbidity and drug utilization among patients using IM attending Siddha Clinical Research Unit (SCRU), Tirupati, India.The in...
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Introduction: Siddha being one of the ancient systems of medicine, has been counted on by most of the population during the outbreak of pandemics in recent times. The decoctions like nilavempu kutinir and kapacura kutinir have been authorized for prescription for conditions like dengue, Covid-19 etc. Kirampu kutinir (KK) is one such decoctions whic...
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Background: The present study analysed the impact of the integrated medical care of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Siddha herbal preparation KSK on asymptomatic COVID-19 patients based on their body constitution. Objective: The present study aimed to analyse the duration of the hospital stay of asymptomatic COVID-19 patients treated with the integra...
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Introduction: Serankottai (Semecarpus anacardium L.) is a Schedule E (1) drug and is considered for treating all kinds of Vatha diseases, venereal disease, skin disease and cancerous conditions. Suthi murai denotes the purification process before any drug is employed in medicine. This study is aimed at evaluating the impact of Siddha purification...
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Introduction Despite several ongoing efforts in biomedicine and traditional medicine, there are no drugs or vaccines for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) as of May 2020; Kabasura Kudineer (KSK), a polyherbal formulation from India’s Siddha system of medicine, has been traditionally used for clinical presentations similar to that of COVID-19. We...
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Background and aim Globally, the ongoing pursuit in exploring an effective drug to combat severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus has not met with significant success to date. Indian traditional medicines, especially polyherbal formulations like Nilavembu Kudineer (NVK) and Kaba Sura Kudineer (KSK) of the Siddha system of...
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Aim: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), attacking mainly on the immune system of a body. This has spread mortality and morbidity all over the world. During this dreadful situation there is an urgent need for the development and rapid dissemination of COVID-19 treatment. Si...
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Medicinal plants have different types of active phytochemicals, which are still in use, either in their crude form or after proper processing. Though most of the plant drugs are safe, few are poisonous and may cause immediate toxic effect or cumulative toxic effect for human health. There are 25 poisonous or toxic plants in Siddha texts listed in t...
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A case of Uthiravathasronitham (Rheumatoid arthritis) had been treated with a classical Siddha preparation Rasa chenduram (100mg) along with Thirikadugu choornam (1 gm) for 3 weeks and with Pinda thailam as an external application. The patient condition has been assessed by a validated simplified disease activity measurement tool for Rheumatoid art...
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Objectives The knowledge of purification process is unique since it deals with various physical and chemical changes in the inherent toxic properties during the process and it renders a strong support in the art of medicine preparation in Siddha system of medicine. Semecarpus anacardium L. is listed under Schedule e (1) drugs and purification is ma...
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p>Due to erratic climate change, vector-borne diseases started flaring up from the second half of the last decade. Siddha medicine has been used as a public health tool to effectively manage chikungunya and dengue in the epidemics that happened in 2008 and 2016. Tamil Nadu government has made enormous efforts to control vector-borne diseases. Due t...
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A 60 year married female from Chennai presented with pain and restricted abduction, adduction, external rotation and flexion of right shoulder both in active and passive movements for 2 months. She was diagnosed to be affected by adhesive capsulitis which is equated to Kumbavatham, one of the vatha diseases mentioned in Siddha system of medicine. S...
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Background The Clinical Trials Registry—India (CTRI) is an initiative of the Indian Council of Medical Research and monitored by the National Institute of Medical Statistics (NIMS) since July 20, 2007. Randomized clinical trials are considered as the gold standard in evidence-based medicine. Registration of clinical trials enables disseminating evi...
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Siddha system of medicine is a distinct therapeutic science with many single drugs and compound formulations used for treating a broad spectrum of ailments. Siddha categorizes the fever manifested by viral infestation into 64 types and it has developed medicines for each type. Kapacurak / Kabasurak Kutinir (KK) described in the Citta Vaittiyattirat...
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The genus Viscum (Viscaceae) comprise of several species of hemi-parasitic plants with medicinal properties. Commonly known as mistletoes, these plants grow on other trees with the partial parasitic association. Viscum angulatum B.Heyne ex DC. is one such less explored leafless mistletoe of Asian countries with medicinal claims. In Ayurveda (Bandak...
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Abstract: Objective: COVID19 pandemic out of all odds has created an opportunity to offer treatment in an integrative manner. This study measures the Length of stay (LS) of patients in an integrative way as done earlier in China and Vietnam. Length of stay,Clinical presentations, and Comorbidities were analyzed among COVID19 patients in ESI Hospita...
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Objective COVID19 pandemic out of all odds has created an opportunity to offer treatment in an integrative manner. This study measures the Length of stay (LS) of patients in an integrative way, as done earlier in China and Vietnam. Length of stay, Clinical presentations, and Comorbidities were analyzed among COVID19 patients in ESI Hospital, Coimba...
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Corona virus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious pandemic disease caused by the newly discovered novel corona virus. World Health Organization has declared the global health emergency due to COVID19 outbreak. Currently, there is no specific treatment or vaccine for fighting against this infectious disease. Aadathodai Kudineer is a drug indicated fo...
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Kaba Suram (phlegmatic fever) is one among the 64 types of Suram (Pyrexia/fever), its synonyms, causes, pathology and characteristics have been mentioned crystal clear in Siddha literature. Its clinical features have been mentioned in few literatures such as Theran karisal, Suravagadam, Yugi chinthamani etc., which are almost similar to each other....
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COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease-2019) is an infectious respiratory disease caused by the most recently discovered corona virus, SARS-CoV-2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona virus-2). This new viral disease was unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. As of November 16th 2020, it affects about 54.3 million populati...
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Objectives The 2019 pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has prompted several efforts to find safe and effective drugs, but little is understood as to where early efforts were centered. Several clinical trials, both Allopathy and AYUSH medicines have been registered in the Clinical Trial Registry of India (CTRI). We aimed to characterize and...
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Objectives The primary objectives of this study are to determine efficacy of Siddha medicine, Kabasura kudineer in reduction of SARS-CoV-2 viral load and reducing the onset of symptoms in asymptomatic COVID-19 when compared to Vitamin C and Zinc (CZ) supplementation. In addition, the trial will examine the changes in the immunological markers of th...
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Background: Cinnamomum verum (true cinnamon or Tejpatra) is a well‑known spice with immense medicinal properties. Its adulteration with leaf and bark of other species belonging to genus Cinnamomum is found to be a common practice in India. Aims: Cinnamomum sulphuratum is used as a substitute of C. verum owing to its apparent macroscopic similaritie...
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Preparation of Calcite, by biomass-derived incineration of phyto-capped, marine gastropod shell Turbinella pyrum L is described. Turbinella pyrum shell is mechanically hard, characterized as Aragonite, was phyto-capped and incinerated to prepare Calcite powder, of nano-micro sizes. The role of phyto-constituents in the phyto-capping, is attributed...
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Background Siddha Medicine is a valuable therapeutic choice which is classically used for treating viral respiratory infections, this principle of medicine is proven to contain antiviral compounds. Objective The study is aimed to execute the In Silico computational studies of Phytoconstituents of Siddha Official Formulation Kabasura Kudineer and N...
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In India, according to WHO 2018 statistics, there were 63% of death occurred due to Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), in which Cardiovascular diseases were leading cause of death 27%, followed by Cancer 9%, Chronic respiratory disease 11%, Diabetes 3% and other NCDs 13%. This indicates that NCDs needs to become a priority in controlling and prevent...
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In India, according to WHO 2018 statistics, there were 63% of death occurred due to Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), in which Cardiovascular diseases were leading cause of death 27%, followed by Cancer 9%, Chronic respiratory disease 11%, Diabetes 3% and other NCDs 13%. This indicates that NCDs needs to become a priority in controlling and prevent...
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Siddha Medicine is an ancient Medical system which is in the Tamil language flourished more in southern part of India. This Peer review under responsibility of Transdisciplinary University, Bangalore. medical system has its own school of terminologies (TNs) in the Tamil language to describe signs and symptoms, diagnostic methods, pharmacological an...
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Siddha medicine, is a challenge to deliver the quality of medicine at each dose level due to the handmadepreparations & processes as mentioned in siddha system of medicines. The present paper to survey the selected tablets available in the market and studied important quality parameters Disintegration test (DT) & Weight Variation (WV) as per the In...
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People are using medicinal plants for many decades for wellbeing, effectiveness, nativity, and reduced side effects. Herbs and herbal products partake been applied with evidence base to treat and avoid ailments all over times past. Written palm leaf manuscripts and literature about medicinal plants available in Sangam period age about 5000 years co...
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ABSTRACT Aim: The patients with psoriasis, like those with other major medical disorders, have reduced levels of employment and income as well as a decreased quality of life. The treatments such as methotrexate, cyclosporine have been used for many years, but the safety profile of this treatment is minimal. Hence an idea is created to conduct a cli...
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Background: Cinnamomumverum (true cinnamon or Tejpatra) is a well‑known spice with immense medicinal properties. Its adulteration with leaf and bark of other species belonging to genus Cinnamomum is found to be a common practice in India. Aims: Cinnamomumsulphuratum is used as a substitute of C. verum owing to its apparent macroscopic similariti...
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Background: Diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) is quoted as Madumegapun (Diabetic Ulcer) in the Siddha literatures. Diabetic foot is one of the most significant and devastating complications of diabetes and is defined as a foot affected by ulceration that is associated with neuropathy. Case Report: Sixty-one years old male from sub-urban area of Chennai, Ta...
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Analysis of body constitution has been in practice in most complementary and alternative systems of medicine. Siddha system of medicine practiced in South India consists of fundamental classical literature that stress on the importance of tri-humoral makeup of individuals. Guidance has been given in the classics for identifying specific types of bo...
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A 42-year-old man with the complaints of left knee swelling, severe pain, difficult to stand was reported to Siddha Varmam division after a road accident. He was diagnosed as acute avulsion of Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). It was diagnosed based on the history of trauma, knee pain and swelling after trauma, positive posterior drawer test and a...
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A chronic ulcer is that, which does not heal within three months. Diabetic, arterial and venous ulcers are the common cause for non-healing lower extremity ulcers. The prevalence of chronic leg ulcers is 0.6-3% in people over 60 years and 5% in those over 80 years. Here, we report a case series of 6 patients with chronic non-healing ulcers. All the...
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Siddha is an ancient holistic system of medicine that gives importance to physical, mental as well as the spiritual wellbeing of mankind. This system has been developed by Siddhars, ancient supernatural, spiritual saints in the south India, particularly in Tamilnadu. The formulations of Siddha medicine consist of substances from herbal, mineral/met...
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Background: Adulteration and substitution of Nagakesara is a well-established fact in the medicinal plant literature though it is referred by the authors of important Ayurvedic texts to cure piles, dysentery, hiccup etc.The botanical identities of controversial sources of Nagakesara are flowers of Mesua ferrea L. and Ochrocarpus longifolius Benth....
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Background: Currently, no vaccines or modern drugs are available for dengue and chikungunya and only symptomatic relief is provided to the patients. Siddha medicine, a traditional form of indigenous medical system uses specific polyherbal formulations for the treatment of such infections with considerable success. One such polyherbal formulation f...
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Background: The Siddha System of Medicine, part of the AYUSH practised since centuries focus on Pediatrics (Balavagadam) with respect to the diseases that occur in the corresponding age years. The morbid states in the first three months (Kaapu Paruvam) of the newborn infant is explained as Aga karana (intra uterine) and Pura Karana Noigal (Extra-ut...
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Six tastes- do they have Therapeutic potential? Taking watermelon causes flatulence and is there any Scientific Rationale? Sweets are water bodies and stored as fats is a myth? Traditional vaidyas have always tricks to use taste sensitivity and taste based restrictions to hide failures, on the other hand allopath’s are Rationale and they advise onl...
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Sage Agasthya was the founder of Tamil Sangham that encompass three Kingdom-Chera, Chola and Pandya in which the Chera Kingdom denoted Keralaputra comprising the districts of Malabar, Cochin and Northern Travancore that was well recognized in epics and manuscripts. The major contribution of Agasthiyar to south zone is the martial art Kalari which l...
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Sage Agasthya was the founder of Tamil Sangham that encompass three Kingdom-Chera, Chola and Pandya in which the Chera Kingdom denoted Keralaputra comprising the districts of Malabar, Cochin and Northern Travancore that was well recognized in epics and manuscripts. The major contribution of Agasthiyar to south zone is the martial art Kalari which l...
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Introduction: Dried flowers of Punica granatum L. constitute the drug Matulam poo which is widely used in both traditional and modern medicine. In Siddha it is used for the treatment of diabetes and gastro intestinal diseases. The present study deals with detailed pharmacognosy including morphological, anatomical, quantitative and powder microscopi...
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Introduction: Siddha system which aims at both curative and preventive aspects is a holistic treatment methodology using herbals, metals, minerals and animal products. Medicinal plant conservation is one of global concerns because the consequence is loss of many species useful in the primary healthcare of mankind. These natural resources are dwindl...
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Highlights The current study aims at exploring the bioactive molecules in Siddha Polyherbal Nilavembu Kudineer alleviating symptoms of Dengue/ Chikugunya. Editor’s Summary Nilavembu Kudineer is one of the thirty-two types of internal medicines described in the ancient Siddha system of medicine in south India which reduces fever and relieves body...
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Fossil folklore evinces therapeutic usage of fossils in ancient times. Many traditional system of medicines adopted the fossil usage. Siddha medicine is one of the oldest medical system in the world. It mention about the therapeutic usage of fossil named "Nandukkal". This articles reviews about the fossils, types, its therapeutic usage and fossil u...