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AAM. 2020; 9(2): 98-107

Evaluation of Wound healing activity of Jatyadi Ointment and Jatyadi taila in the management of Shuddha Vrana - A Randomised Controlled Trial

Pradeep Shahjirao Shindhe, Ramesh Shivappa Killedar, Laxmikant S D, Santosh Y M, Manjula Madiwalar.

Background: Vrana (Wound) is a one which does the gatravichurnan(disruption of tissues) and does the vivarnata (discolouration) of body part. These wounds are frequently encountered in our day today life and they are produced mainly due to the trauma or pathological insult to the body and may cause long term agony to the patient. Retrospective analysis of Medicare beneficiaries reveals that 8.2 million people had wounds with or without infections in 2018.
Objective: To evaluate wound healing efficacy of Jatyadi ointment in shuddhavrana(clean wound)
Materials and Method: A total number of 30 patients were included in the study and were randomly divided into two groups using random number generator software. The patients of Groups A were treated with Jatyadi ointment application and Group B treated with Jatyadi taila local application for a period of 7 days, assessment of changes in wound were recorded before treatment and on 8th day. Bates Jensen wound assessment tool containing eight parameters indicating the features of healing wound were assessed.Wilcoxon matched pair test was used to assess within group results and MannWhitney U test to assess in between group results.
Results: Significant improvements were seen in within group results and in between group results were comparable in all the selected parameters of Bates Jensen wound assessment tool.
Conclusion: Jatyadi ointment and Jatyadi taila,both are effective and results are comparable.

Key words: Wound healing, Jathyadi taila’s ointment, Jathyadi taila, Shuddha Vrana

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