2020, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part APages: 48-50
Clinical evaluation of majoon sang-e-sarmahi and sharbat buzoori motadil sada in nephrolithiasis (Hisat-e-Kulliyah): A case study
Dr. Syed Shamsul Hasan Tariq
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Nephrolithiasis (Hisat-e-Kulliyah) are the common problem worldwide with its increasing prevalence, they are imposing significant morbidity and economic burden for both developing and developed countries. The incidence and prevalence of kidney stones have increased over the past four decades. Renal calculus is a solid or crystal aggregation formed in the kidneys from the minerals in the urine. Many calculi are formed in the kidneys and passed without causing any symptom. The diagnosis ranges from asymptomatic findings of limited clinical significance to multiple painful episodes of ureteral obstruction with eventual kidney failure. Although there have been advances in approaches to predict and manage renal stones, but notable changes remain. So, to overcome these challenges there is an urgent need to develop trust towards the safer indigenous medicine by establishing its validity in treatment and for this purpose Unani medicine can play an important role in dissolution and expulsion of stones with its litholytic, lithotryptic and diuretic actions without any side-effects. The present paper deals with a case study in which a 30 years old male patient of bilateral renal calculi ranging from 3mm to 10.3 mm was treated with Unani Pharmacopeal compound medicines; Majoon Sang-e-Sarmahi and Sharbat Buzoori Motadil Sada as an oral administration. At the end of study patient shows excellent result with complete expulsion of multiple renal calculi within one month of Unani therapy without any surgical intervention.
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Dr. Syed Shamsul Hasan Tariq. Clinical evaluation of majoon sang-e-sarmahi and sharbat buzoori motadil sada in nephrolithiasis (Hisat-e-Kulliyah): A case study. Int J Unani Integ Med 2020;4(2):48-50.