Volume 3 Issue 4 Oct- Dec 2020
A Study to Ascertain the Effect of Berberis Vulgaris, Hydrangea, Cantharis, Lycopodium Clavatum and Staphysagria in Renal Calculi
Rajveer Singh Rathore, Anil Aggarwal E Siva Rami Reddy, Parveen Sharma, Charanjeet Singh, Pranab Kumar Chakraborty
Renal calculi (kidney stones, nephrolithiasis, kidney calculi, renal stones) are a condition in which one or more stones are present in the pelvis or calyces of the kidney or in the ureter. Stone disease is the cause of significant morbidity in our. Objectives: To study the efficacy of homoeopathic medicine in the management of Renal Calculi and to study the Homoeopathic approach to avoid Surgery and recurrence of Stone formation. Methedology: Thirty cases were selected through random sampling. The cases were studied keeping the individualistic by following the clinical case taking method. After the remedy was selected on referring Materia Medica and on the basis of totality of symptoms. Statistical data analysis was done by t-test. Result: The result of this study showed that the Most commonly age group 30-45 with 47%. About 5 remedies were efficacious in the treatment of renal calculi. Out of 30 cases 5 cases recovered, 23 improved and 2 cases did not improved. From this study it is evident that majority of cases of Renal calculi can be effectively relieved by homoeopathic constitutional treatment. Homoeopathy by addressing all aspect of the individual and their complete set of symptoms offers better treatment for patients suffering from Renal calculi. Conclusion: Homoeopathic remedies to begin with reduce the frequency of acute exacerbations, reduce the intensity of symptoms and reduce the relapse and chances of recurrence and their by remove stones. They reduce dependence over other and also surgery.