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Pharmaceutical Considerations in Ancient Indian Surgery - Vol 2
Pharmaceutical Considerations in Ancient Indian Surgery - Vol 2

Pharmaceutical Considerations in Ancient Indian Surgery - Vol 2

by G D Singhal

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Product ID:17803

Language

multilingual

Publisher

Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishthan

ISBN

8178041563 - Year: 1982 - Pages: 475

Binding

Hardcover

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Author: G D Singhal
Eminent Contributors/
Publisher: Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishthan
Year: 1982
Language: multilingual
Pages: 475
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8178041563

Description

Susruta, the Father of Surgery, wrote his Samhita (treatise) about 2500 years ago in Sanskrit at Varanasi, India, and classified it into six cantos. All its 186chapters are being brought out as Ancient Indian Surgery series in 10 volumes in a very authoritative, scientific, literal, research oriented, syntax interpretation using modern medical terminology along with original Sanskrit Text by a team of 20 dedicated Ayurvedic practitioners from the Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University.

This volume, 2nd in a series of 10 volumes, deals with 28-46 chapters Sutra-Sthana, of Susruta Samhita. It contains chapters on the good/bad omens, dreams, messengers and physical signs about the prognosis of wounds/patients, incurable diseases, and on military surgery; also on soils, collection of drugs, their preparations and storage, classification of drugs, details of some important and more useful drugs and their Ayurvedic pharmacology. It also has a chapter on the medicinal aspects of 10 liquid substances (water, milk, ghee, honey, wines, urines, etc) and a very long final chapter on all aspects of dietetics, including various types of foods, fruits, vegetables, meats and drinks etc.

Contents

1 Wounds of a Good or a Bad Prognosis
2 Unfavorable and Favorable Messengers and Dreams
3 Bad Omens of the Five Senses
Bad Omens of Complexions
Bad Omens of the Natural Constitution
Untreatable Diseases
Well-Equipped Army
Treatment of the Patient
Classification of Soils
Miscellaneous Recipes
Classification of Drugs
Elimination and Alleviation of Dosas
Study of the Dravya (Drugs) and their Rasa, Guna, Virya and Vipaka
A Special Study of the Drugs
A Special Study of the Rasas (Tastes)
The Study of the Different Preparations of the Emetic Drugs
Study of the Different Preparations of the Purgative Drugs
Types of Liquid Substances and their Properties
On the Dietetics

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