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Tantia University Journal of Homoeopathy and Medical Science

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1 From Editor’s Desk   , Dr. Parveen Kumar  
On behalf of Tantia University Journal of Homoeopathy and Medical Science and my co-editors, I am glad to present the Volume 2, Issue 4 of the journal. The journal established in October 2018 is now getting indexed in Euro Pub and also by different academic forums. The aim of this journal is to meet the need for continuing medical education of the members, scholar and medical fraternity and to publish article of scientific excellence. There is frequent debate in different forum as to which of the medical system is superior in health care. The biomedical approach claim that it is only scientific medicine. There are several traditional health care approach practiced over centuries of which some of them are popular even today. Out of such traditional practice some have evolved, organised and developed into a system of medicine such as Ayrurveda, Unani, Siddha, Homoeopathy, Chinese medicine etc. and few others emerged as drug less therapies such as yoga, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Acupuncture etc. Traditional practices claim of consider the patient as a whole at the level of Mind- body relation and hypothesis that the disease are due to imbalances in humors or vital forces, energy etc. They call their practice as Holistic and claim to superior. To debate whether a medical system is scientific or holistic might be only of academic interest. Every medical system has something to offer in health care. The public want a safe, effective and rational treatment. We would like to thank all members of the Editorial Board, reviewers and all authors for support towards this journal.  
2 Chronic Pain Abdomen in School Going Children and Effect of Homoeopathic Medicine   , Rati Ram Yadav1*, S.S. Bhardwaj2, Pranesh Kumar Singh2* 1PG Scholar, 2Sri Ganganagar Homoeopathic Medical College Hospital & Research Institute, Sri Ganganagar  
Background-  Chronic pain abdomen in children most common problem in developing country and  challenges to their parents and caregivers.  It is a condition comprising both organic and functional disorders and is therefore clinically challenging to diagnose and treat. Methodology- 30 children (5 years – 12 years) suffering from chronic pain abdomen were included for study and were prescribed homoeopathic medicine on the basis of acute totality of symptoms. For this study the subjects were selected from OPD of Sri Ganganagar Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Institute, Sri Ganganagar, as per inclusion and exclusion criteria. Result-. Out of the 30 cases studied, 17 were male children and 13 were female children. From the study of 30 patients presenting with IBD, constipation, worm infestation, colic, indigestion, jaundice, colitis, diarrhoea, and recurrent UTI etc. Statistical evaluation of pre and post treatment showed that the Homoeopathic medicines prescribed according to the individual peculiarities of the patient was found to be effective in the treatment of chronic pain abdomen. From the response of patients, I found that 14 patients showed marked improvement, 11 patients showed moderate improvement and 5 patients showed mild improvement. Conclusion- This study showed a significant role of homoeopathy in the treatment of chronic pain abdomen in school going children & reducing the intensity of suffering and providing good quality of life. Key word:  Chronic Pain Abdomen, Organic, Functional, UTI, Recurrent etc  
3 A Study To Assess Efectiveness Of Stuctured  Teaching Programme On Knowledge Regarding Prevention Of Tuberculosis Among B. Sc. Nursing Students Of Selected Nursing Collegeses At Jodhapur, Rajasthan   , Likhamaram Choudhary GNMTC Govt. Hospital, Barmer, Rajastan, India  
   At the global level  the highest tuberculosis infected persons live in India. The rate of infection is so high.in our country  communicable disease are most prevalent among the population. India is one of the largest and most important developing country of world, in this country, public health emphasizes more on communicable disease, malnutrition and reproductive health care. Tuberculosis is one of most common infectious disease known worldwide. it is the seventh leading cause of global disability.  Tuberculosis is transmitted by aerial route from an infected patient to a healthy subject and is facilitated when the receiver is immunologically sensitive. Even when the risk of transmission is low, measures should be taken to prevent emission of bacilli, their suspension in air and inhalation by sensitive subjects, especially immunodeficient subjects. Surveillance of hospital staff and preventive antituberculosis regimens are generally recommended, but often quite controversial. The most important and effective means of preventing new infections is to eliminate the sources of transmission. Therefore, the first priority of TB control programs is to ensure that active disease is diagnosed as early as possible (a process called case-finding) and that patients are treated with an effective antibiotic regimen until they are cured (which is called case-holding). A TB control program should not embark on other activities such as screening until it has achieved the benchmark of 90% successful completion of therapy for all patients with active disease. Prevention of transmission requires prompt respiratory isolation of people with suspected pulmonary or laryngeal TB.. Key word:  Assess, Effectiveness, Structured teaching, Knowledge, Prevention  
4 A Review Article On Ardita (Facial Palsy)   , Pratibha1, Subhash Upadhyay2 1PG Scholar, 2SGCAS & Hospital, Tantia University, Shri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India  
   Ardita is a disease causing the deviation of Mukha-ardha (half of the face). Facial nerve paralysis is the condition which presents with the deviation of half of the face and associated with the impairment of motor and sensory functions of the affected side of the face. Facial paralysis can be placed under the wide spectrum of the Ardita Vyadhi, which is described in Ayurvedic classics. For the better understanding of the underlying pathology of the disease, an overview from the angle of modern science would be helpful. In this paper an attempt has made to understand Ardita with respect to facial palsy. Key word:  Ardita, facial paralysis, Vata Vyadhi, Ayurveda.  
5   Role of Homoeopathy in Acne   , Vishnu Sharma  State Govt. Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India  
Acne is common human skin disease mostly found in adults during their teenage. Characterized by seborrhoea (red skin), comedones ( blackheads), papules (pinheads), pustules (pimples), nodules, etc. Acne affects skin over face, the upper part of the chest, back where skin contains hair follicles, sebaceous glands. Mostly, acne is seen in adolescents because of increased testosterone levels or androgens. Homeopathy for acne is different from conventional treatment in that a homeopathic remedy is individualized to the person. Because every person is different, no single homeopathic remedy will work for everyone. A remedy is selected based on a person’s unique set of symptoms, including their acne symptoms. Key word:  Acne, Homoeopathy,Seborrhoea, Comedones etc.  
6 Homeopathic Pharmacy- A Review , Ashutosh Kumar R.B.T.S. Gov. H. M. C. & H. Muz. Bihar, India  
   Pharmacy is ethnology of making the drugs. It involves multiple stages such as collecting, identifying, preparing, preserving, evaluating, standardizing and dispensing of medicine. It also incorporates the knowledge of medicines, the art of compounding, dispensing and proper distribution of medicines. It has been derived from the Greek word pharmacon, which means ‘a drug, a medicine, remedy’. The study of pharmacy includes the study of the theories and exercise of the operations necessary to the intelligent preparation and dispensing of substances used in the healing art. Key word:  Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Medicine, Disease
7 A Retrospective Study In The Managment Of Typhoid   , Vivek  Kumar Verma Deveshwari Homoeo Clinic Shahjahanpur, U.P., India  
   Typhoid fever is a systemic infection caused by Salmonella enteric serotype Typhus (S. typhus). The disease remains an important public health problem in developing countries. In 2000, it was estimated that over 2.16 million episodes of typhoid occurred worldwide, resulting in 216000 deaths, and that more than 90% of this morbidity and mortality occurred in Asia. Although improved water quality and sanitation constitute ultimate solutions to this problem, vaccination in high-risk areas is a potential control strategy recommended by WHO for the short-to-intermediate term. Key word:  Typhoid fever ,known remedy, widal test.  
8 Homoeopathy in Adenoiditis - A Review   , Nagendra Kumar Sisodia  
   Adenoiditis is an inflammation of the adenoids caused by infection. Adenoids are masses of lymphatic tissue that help the body fight infection. Adenoids are found in the throat, also called the pharynx, just behind the nose. Along with the tonsils, adenoids are the first line of defense against bacteria and viruses. Adenoids are part of the lymphatic system. If the adenoids become inflamed, they may not perform their function properly. Holistic system Homoeopathy have good role in treatment of adenoiditis if medicine prescribed on basis of totality of symptoms. Key word:  Adenoid, Homoeopathy, Tonsil, Antibodies, Inflamation.  
9 Utility Of Clinical Repertories In Acute Prescribing   , Nishant Pandya Tantia University, Sriganganagar, India  
During practice and while proving Dr. Hahnemann found difficulty in recording of symptoms in systemic manner hence he tried to form ―Index Of Symptoms and Remedies so Dr. Hahnemann was first person to form Repertory. In mean while during day to day practice cases came with few totality, partial one sided disease or with some clinical condition, Dr. J. H. Clark described it as ―certain diseases come to have certain remedies assigned to them and patients who are found to be suffering from any given disease must be dosed with one of remedies credited to it. so for the same purpose Clinical and Regional Repertories were formed. These Repertories are based on clinical condition and verified remedies for those symptoms with various grades. Knowledge and detail idea of these Repertories will be helpful in clinical practice. Dr. J. H. Clark and Dr. Boericke had done enormous work on it. In 1927 Dr. William Boericke formed ―A Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory. Repertory part of this book is formed by Dr. Oscar .E. Boericke. This Repertory contains many number of clinical rubrics in each section, simultaneously book contains Materia Medica part with Remedy Relationship for Totality Key word:  Acute Prescribing, Acute Cases, Acute Totality, Clinical Repertory,  
10 An Ayurvedic Review On Kamala (Jaundice) , Pratibha1, Subhash Upadhyay2 1PG Scholar, 2SGCAS & Hospital, Tantia University, Shri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India  
Ayurveda is not only a medical science but also it is a life science, which gives us a message of healthy and better living, since time immemorial. Ancients sages like Charaka, Susruta and Vagbhata have vividly described Kamala roga (Jaundice) disease. The management of Kamala and its complication with drugs, diet and life style have been mentioned in Ayurvedic classics. Charaka has considered it as advance stage of Pandu roga (Anaemia disease) and described Kamala in the16th chapter of Chikitsa Sthana, along with Pandu roga. The main Dusya (causative factor) is Rakta (blood), at the same time both are Pitta predominant disease and Charaka has considered it as a advance stage of Pandu roga; Harita has considered it as a type of Pandu roga, but Susruta has mentioned it as a complication of Pandu roga as well as other disease also where Vagbhata also described it as a separate disease. Key word:  Ayurveda; Kamala; Charaka; Pandu.  
11 Management of ovarian cyst with Homoeopathy , Shubhangi Mehare1, Ruchi Biswas2 1Merchant Homeopathy Medical College & Hospital, Mehsana. (Gujarat), 2Sriganganagar Homoeopathic Medical College Hospital & research Institute, Sri ganganagar  
Removal of Lt. sided ovarian cyst by Homeopathic treatment. In this communication, we present a case of removal Lt. sided ovarian cyst by administration of single potentised homoeopathic remedy (i.e.Arsenic Album) Selected on the basic of totality of symptoms and authenticated with the aid of Ultrasonographic studies. Key word:  Ovarian cyst, Homoeopathy, Arsenic Album, Ultrasonography    
12 Amenorrhoea and Homoeopathy- A Case report  , Rekha Juneja1, Poonam Singh1 1Sriganganagar Homoeopathic Medical College Hospital & Research Institute Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India
   Amenorrhoea is absence of a woman's menstrual period while she is in her reproductive years. Amenorrhoea is a symptom and not a disease. It may be physiological and pathological. Physiological states of amenorrhoea are seen, most commonly, during pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding). It may be associated with many more symptoms. All such symptoms together will give a disease picture to be cured.  Curing a disease by means of Homoeopathy will mean to find out a Similimium for every particular individual case. There are most dependable treatment for Amenorrhoea in Homeopathic without any side effect. A case report was a 18 yrs old female suffering from Amenorrhoea, on basis on totality of symptoms & repertorisation, prescribe homeopathic medicine  Pulstilla and case was improved & quality of life better. Key word:  Amenorrhoea , Homoeopathy , Diabetes,  Hypertension, Ovarian cyst  
13 From Editor Desk   , Dr. Parveen Kumar  
    This is July - September 2019 issue of Volume 2 of Tantia University Journal of Homoeopathy and Medical Science.  The aim of this journal is meet the need for continuing medical education of the members, scholar and medical fraternity and to publish article of scientific excellence. As we believe that medicine has no borders, papers from many part of the world are welcomed for publication in the journal.     We are sure that our journal will provide top-quality original paper and article, case reports, and letters to the editor that will continue to help everyone interested in Homoeopathy and Ayurveda, Allopathy, Paramedical etc. We again, hope that the journal will continue to be an important publication for scientific information on very broad and international level. We would like to thank all member of the Tantia University, all members of the editorial board, reviewers, all author for support towards this journal.  
14 Depression and Anxiety among Parents of Children with Disabilities:  A Case Study from Indian Society & Developing World   , Dr. Manish Kumar Baghla HOD, Associate Professor of Psychology, Tantia University, Sriganganagar, India  
The current study aimed to find out the relationship between depression and anxiety among parents of children with disabilities and to compare the parent’s depression and anxiety with the type of disability among children from Indian society & Developing world. Sample was comprised of 80 parents among which 58.12% were mothers and 41.875% were fathers having one or more disabled children with the age range of 4-18 years. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the sample. Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale, DASS (Lovibond & Lovibond, 1998 ) with 42 items was used. Pearson Product moment correlation was used to find the relation among depression, and anxiety. Independent sample t-test was used for comparison among parents having children with different disabilities. The results of this study showed that a highly significant positive correlation was found between depression and anxiety with (r =.833, p<.01) A significant difference was found on depression subscale of DASS among parents with disabled boys than disabled girls with t(158)=2.301,p<0.01. Key word:  Anxiety, Depression, Disabilities, Parents  
15 Importance of Observation as Pointers to Similimum in Acute Lower Respiratory Illnesses in Pediatric Age Group , Dr. Priyanka B. Sontakke Assistant professor at merchant homoeopathic medical College, Mehsana, Gujrat, PhD Scholar, Tantia University, Sriganganagar, India
Background-Observation is one of the most important phenomena in Homeopathy as well as in Paediatric age group as they cannot express themselves through speech. Need of selecting this topic for study is that respiratory tract infections are the main cause of children’s morbidity and mortality both in developing and the developed countries and the aim to study the importance of observations as pointers in arriving at the similimum in Acute Lower Respiratory Illnesses in Paediatric age group. Methods- This is a prospective study done on 60 patients with suffered from acute LRTI. Symptoms were classified into common and characteristic symptoms and observations. These observations converted into observational rubrics. Result- out of 60 cases in 47 cases, only observations were useful to arrive at similimum. While in 54 cases more than 50% and all observations were useful to arrive at similimum. Pathology also considered with observations in many cases for selection on similimum Conclusion- In 97% cases observations useful for formulating reportorial totality. In 72% cases observations useful for arriving at similimum. In 70% cases observations are useful for Materia Medica differentiation. Key word:  Observations, acute lower respiratory tract infection, common observations, characteristic observations, observational rubrics, repertorization, similimum.