Ayurveda approach in the management of Covid-19 in pregnancy- A review study.

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Vibha Adhave


The covid-19 Pandemic in India is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome Corona virus 2 .  The disease originates through bats and spread from unknown mediums to People. Ideally, the condition is spread by Inhalation or close contact with the infected patient’s Droplets. Incubation Periods in between 2 and 14 days there are so many infections and Death that have been caused by the disease. The symptoms of the disease include fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, difficulty in breathing, generalized weakness. The diagnosis of the disease depends upon multiple symptoms of the upper and lower respiratory tract. Based on the available evidence, various clinical guidelines for the management of COVID-19 have been formulated. Ayurveda has documented the first reference of epidemics as Janapadodhwamsa and has given a scientific insight into its causes, effect, and prevention along with management strategies. This article intends to compile and summarise guidelines from esteemed organizations along with their implication in the Indian ethical scenario and offers an easy tool for clinicians managing pregnant women in times of COVID-19. The clinical profile of COVID-19 matches with Vata-Kapha dominant Sannipataja Jwara for which detailed treatment guidelines and an array of pharmaceutical preparations are described in Ayurvedic literature which are being practiced by qualified Ayurvedic physicians effectively for long. This highlights the Ayurvedic perspective of the COVID-19 along with its prevention, prophylaxis and management strategies through Ayurveda


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Vibha Adhave. (2021). Ayurveda approach in the management of Covid-19 in pregnancy- A review study. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 5(04). https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v5i04.594
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