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2021, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part C

Graphical representation of prevalence of tamaka shwasa viz-a-viz bronchial asthma


Author(s): Dr. Pallavi CP and Dr. Shivaswamy PM

Abstract:
Tamaka Shwasa is one the Chronic disorders of pranavaha srotas that disturbs the daily activities by producing kasa and shwasa krucchrata. Bronchial asthma is characterized by paroxysms of dyspnoea, accompanied by wheezing resulting from narrowing of the bronchial airways by muscle spasm, mucosal swelling or viscid secretion tenacious mucus. There are many fatal diseases but none of the diseases take away the life as quickly as shwasa roga, it is sheeghra pranahari. In the present era respiratory illness is increasing day to day due to genetic susceptibility, pollution, seasonal changes, environmental factors, drugs, recurrent respiratory infection, smoking, change in diet and life style. In the present study, the objective is to observe the incidence occurrence of Tamaka Shwasa viz-a-viz Bronchial Ashtma in different parameters such as Age, Sex, Occupation, Socio-economic Status, Marital Status Ahara, Locality, Family History, Onset, Habits, Treatment History, Chronicity And to observe the effect of Kantakari Ghrita, Ghrita bhrishta Haridra and Simhyadi Kashaya in the management of Tamakashwasa. The results were statistically analysed using Descriptive statistics, Chi-square test/ cross tabulation and repeated measure ANOVA measure.


DOI: 10.22271/maths.2021.v6.i1c.924

Pages: 252-258 | Views: 31 | Downloads: 1

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Pallavi CP, Dr. Shivaswamy PM. Graphical representation of prevalence of tamaka shwasa viz-a-viz bronchial asthma. Int J Stat Appl Math 2021;6(1):252-258. DOI: 10.22271/maths.2021.v6.i1c.924
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