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Role of ayurvedic compound in chronic cholecystitis and cholelithiasis patients

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Dr. Rashmi Gupta, Dr. Gopal Das Gupta, Dr. Santosh Kumar and Dr. Lakshman Singh
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Abstract: 

The Cholecystectomy for Cholecystitis and cholelithiasis is immerging one of the commonest general surgical procedure performed in India as well as world. The India is a developing country & has a high growth rate of population accordingly the gall bladder stones and also have high incidence particularly northern part e.g. U.P., Bihar, Delhi and West Bengal etc. As per its etiology, it commonly occurs in case of faulty diet and activity as Fatty, Fertile, Female, and Forty. A high risk of GBD was observed in older, multiparous women and men with diabetes, intake of chickpeas, unsafe water and villages with heavy metal water pollution (12).No curative & safe medical management has been accepted for chronic Cholecystitis & cholelithiasis as per modern medicine. Althoughsome drugs are available e.g. Ursodiol & Chenodiol but both drugs are toxic, very costly and limited only to cholesterol stone. This study was done with 75 patients. Evaluation has been made on the basis of clinical and biochemical findings. In Ayurvedic classics various herbal, mineral and metallic element are mentioned on the basis of clinical use of thousands year of clinical experience. Out of these compounds one of the important compounds (e.g. Rohitkadhya capsule and Phaltrikadi kwath) has been found very much useful in the same clinical manifestation. The effect of Rohitakadhya and Phaltrikadi decoction was explained in Bhaisajyaratnavali. After complete study, it was found that the treated groups have got earlier improvement than control group. The improvement in symptoms and biochemical changes was reported more when both trial drugs used together (Group C in Patients). It was found that anti lithogenic effect of Ayurvedic formulation.

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