AYURVEDIC SURGICAL ADVANCEMENT: STANDARDISATION INITIATIVE AND POTENTIAL FOR ENHANCED HEALTHCARE RESULTS
Keywords:Ayurvedic Surgery, Shalya Tantra, Standardized Protocols, Integration, Mainstream Healthcare
Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine originating in India, has been gaining recognition and popularity worldwide. Ayurvedic surgery, known as "Shalya Tantra," is a specialized branch that encompasses various surgical procedures and techniques. To ensure safety, efficacy, and standardization, the development of protocols for Ayurveda surgery is crucial. This article explores the advancements made in the development of standardized protocols for Ayurveda surgery, highlighting the challenges faced and the importance of evidence-based practices aiming to bridge the gap between traditional Ayurveda and contemporary medical practices ,to promote optimal recovery and overall well-being. The standardized protocols presented in this article serve as a foundation for enhancing the credibility and acceptance of Ayurvedic surgery in mainstream healthcare systems. The discussion is supported by relevant references and research studies.
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