Leech Anaesthesia For Incision And Drainage - A case study
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Leech Therapy
Jalaukavcharan Aneasthesia Vidhradhi Abcess incision and dranage

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Baviskar, R. H. (2019). Leech Anaesthesia For Incision And Drainage - A case study. Ayurline: IJ-RIM, 3(04). Retrieved from http://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/263

Abstract

Leech application in various surgico – medical diseases has been reported from time to time from various researchers from all corners of the world. Leech Application to host  for approximately 30 to 45 minutes and its almost  painless . There must be something which make leech bite site anaesthetise. This fact can be used for small and superficial surgical procedures so we decided to check this fact on Abscess . Aims -To demonstrate Anaesthetic activity of Leech application Objective - To demonstrate management of  Bahya Vidradhi ( Abscess) By Ayurvedic procedure Bhedan karma Methods And materials - Leech Application Was carried out on Abscess  which was Located on postero lateral  aspect of Neck of  6 month yr old child who was Unfit for general anaesthesia. Bhedan Karma At the site Of  leech Application Subsequent Vrankarma Hiruda Manillensis Aka Buffalo Leech Was used For leech Application Conclusion - Leech can be very well used for anesthesia purpose for small superficial conditions like Incision and drainage of abscess. It is simple affordable and easy way of giving anesthesia It can be used where other forms of anesthesia are contraindicated With this leech anesthesia Hospital stay is less patients can be treated on Opd basis and can be discharged after few hours after procedure, Leech therapy is very effective in managing Vidradhi  (Abscess)

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