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Ten common mistakes of ayurveda practitioners

  1. 1. Ten common mistakes made by Ayurveda General Practitioners & Specialists Dr. Remya Krishnan MD PhD The Pioneer of Science Based Evidence Based Ayurveda (SBEBA)
  2. 2. Looking inward Everyone makes mistakes , making mistakes is not a mistake . Not attempting to learn from mistakes is but a big mistake Not attempting to understand mistakes and their mode of rectification is also a big mistake The impact of mistakes by a physician is upon human lives and hence we should care for learning to avoid mistakes . Mistakes are not born by chance, rather it is born by the cause of ignorance in the vital basement of Shasthraarthas of Ayurveda . The only solution is incessant learning- pondering – applying of SHASTHRAARTHAS instead of medicines and therapies
  3. 3. Mistake 1 • Practice of Crosspathy The worst mistake committed by Ayurveda GPs and specialists . Aimless and baseless mixed rendering of Western drugs and Ayurveda medicines do worst harm to the patient in any stage and is illegitimate action for which Ayurveda medical colleges are responsible and legal disciplinary action is to be done against the practitioners where ever it is happening .
  4. 4. Mistake 2 • Start practice by loading bulks of medicines in shelves instead of Samhithas, Nighantus and modern Pathology reference books Samhithas and Nighantus are to be explored for choosing pertinent shasthraARTHAS to make the right diagnostic and therapeutic decisions in patients. Deviation from shasthra to oushadha is the first and foremost mistake of Ayurveda GP’s . Physicians practice to prescribe and dispense medicines instead of treating and reversing diseases
  5. 5. Mistake 3 • Mimic senior practitioners and faculties Instead of trying to learn and comprehend the innate science led rationale oriented decision making, the students learn to imitate what faculties do . Faculties teach their experiences with medicines and therapies and not the process of Science led decision making . Teaching OPDs are considered to learn what faculties prescribe in a particular case In the whole life, a pre determined innate attitude is developed to blindly copy the prescriptions of elders which are later transferred to juniors and thus blunders are transferred through generations in the label of Ayurveda
  6. 6. Mistake 4 • Thinking of medicine as soon as the patient starts talking his problems Inorder to solve a problem, first we need to start thinking based on the problem itself and not the solutions. When the cause circumstances specific to the problem of the patient is left out and solutions are blindly sought, it becomes irrational prescribing
  7. 7. Mistake 5 • Over confidence or under confidence in General Practice Both are equally dangerous . When the patient is not started responding in 24 hours , the diagnosis should be reanalysed with care and caution based on inbuilt decision making standards of Ayurvedic science and necessary amendment is to be done at the moment . Not doing so is causing harm to the patient. Inability to initiate clinical decisions by self happens because of defective training in colleges , faculties teaching their experiences instead of principles of Science Based Medicine etc
  8. 8. Mistake 6 Treating for symptoms instead of patient and his entire morbidity Choosing medicines / therapies for pain relief by considering pain as Vata , burning as Pitta , itching as kapha etc happen owing to existing grave faulty education in BAMS . It will cause detrimental effects in patients
  9. 9. Mistake 7 • Prescribe different medicines for different diseases in the same patient “This medicine in that disease” is trained for students and internees and hence if a patient comes with three different diseases , there will be separate medicines for all the three making a lengthy aimless prescription which is entirely irrational in Ayurveda. The innate logics of integrating different disease components in the same subject developed by Evidence Triad Approach ( ETA) methodology in Science Based Evidence Based Ayurveda ( published in SBEBA publications) opens a new era of revolution in Ayurveda by cutting off the undesirable and irrational interdepartmental transfer by Ayurveda physicians
  10. 10. Mistake 8 • Continue drugs of Western Medicine during Ayurveda prescribing This is a very common perception which is shamelessly cultured in Ayurveda colleges that we have no right to stop western drugs . If we have no right to stop them, then what for Ayurveda colleges are kept open through out India ????????????????????????????????????? Western Medicine is doing masking, blocking and altering and allowing this to continue and trying to rectify the fault is silly and stupid. Deeply flawed education of present times is enabling such absurd ideas to cultivate in physician brains from young age .
  11. 11. Mistake 9 • If disease not resolving, immediately Panchakarma is intended A disease not resolving does not mean that admission and Panchakarma is needed. It only means that mode of decision making with respect to diagnosis and treatment is wrong and requires necessary amendment . Quality of decision making today is absolutely substandard in Ayurveda . Only the quality control of medicines and hospitals are cared for and there is no clinical audit or prescribing audit. There is not even rational prescribing standards in conventional Ayurveda practice. This was first initiated in Science Based Evidence Based Ayurveda and hundreds of physicians are trained on choosing and implementing rational prescribing standards in their clinical practice
  12. 12. Mistake 10 • Inability to understand Ayurvedic scientific perspective of infection, inflammation, Hypersensitivity , Hormonal dysfunction , Hypertension etc etc Infective cough, Allergic cough and cough of cardiac origin are all treated identically by Ayurveda physician today without any possible appraisal of demarcatory cause mechanisms of each. This kind of scientific appraisal is first done with the emergence of Science Based Evidence Based Ayurveda (SBEBA). Now there are quality physicians emerging of SBEBA who are acquiring proficiency in Translational Medicine

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