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Physiology In Ayurveda

Physiology In Ayurveda

Physiology In Ayurveda

$22.50
Item Code: IDI087
Author: Dr. C. R. Das
Publisher: Asutosh Publisher and Distributers
Edition: 2006
Pages: 234
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 6.4"X 8"
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Preface
The book "Physiology in Ayurveda" in English is written primarily for the students of B.A.M.S. & M.D. (Ay) course of Indian Universities, keeping the context with the recent changes in medical education and event of core curriculum. This book provides the detail knowledge and special emphasis has been given to dosha, dhatu, upadhatu and mala with modern correlation.

M C Q s have become an important part for Post Graduate entrance examinations. Without extensive practice, MCQs cannot be answered, as they need instant recollection from memory.

In conclusion, I would advice my students to use this book concurrently and according to their own needs. Their aim should be to understand the concepts and principle involved in Ayurveda physiology and not mere memorization of the facts. My efforts will be successful if students achieve the real benefit from this book.

It is my grate privilege to express my heartiest gratitude and indebt ness to my principal, Dr. V. L. N. Sastry, Colleagues, staffs of S.J.S. Ayurveda college, Chennai, for their proper guidance, through supervision, inspiration, valuable suggestion and constant encouragement to complete this book.

I express my thanks to my students Shakti, Tamil, Abhisekh, Satya, for their help for completing this book in due time.

At last but not least I offer my sincere gratefulness to my parents, brother, sister, wife and my only son for their constant encouragement during my life and to complete my book in proper time.

Contents
1Dosha1-58
2Introduction1
3Vata dosha3
4Pranavata6
5Mechanism of respiration7
6Artificial respiration11
7Udana vata15
8Vak pravruti16
9Mechanism of speech16
10Broca's area18
11Wernicke's area18
12Vyana vata18
13Cardiac cycle19
14Conducting system of heart20
15Blood pressure21
16Samana vata28
17Apana vata29
18Importance of vata dosha29
19Pitta dosha 29
20Pachaka Pitta34
21Salivary amylase35
22Gastric juice36
23Succus entericus (Intestinal juice)38
24Bile juice39
25Ranjaka Pitta40
26Sadhaka Pitta41
27Alochaka Pitta41
29Physiology of vision43
30Bharajaka Pitta45
31Kapha46
32Vyadhikshyamatwa50
33Kledaka kapha52
34Bodhaka kapha53
35Saliva53
36Tarpaka kapha55
37CSF55
38Avalambakapha57
39Sleshaka kapha57
40Synovial fluid58
41 Dhatu(59-157)
42Introduction59
43Dhatuposhaa nyaya62
44Rasadhatu67
45Lymph75
46Plasma76
48Rakta dhatu79
49Blood89
50Erythrocytes91
52Leucocytes95
53Plateelets99
54Blood clotting99
55Blood Grouping101
56Mamsa dhatu104
57Muscles105
58Meda dhatu113
59Adipose tissue119
60Asthi dhatu120
61Bones124
62Majja dhatu126
63Bone marrow130
64Sukra dhatu 133
65Ojus145
66Vyadhikshyamatwa152
67Immunity152
68Upadhatu(158-182)
69Stanya159
70Artava165
71Menstrual cycle173
72Kandara176
73Sira177
74Snayu178
75Mala(182-197)
76Mutra183
77Urine186
78Purisha189
79Defecation191
80Sweda193
81Sweat195
82Multiple choice questions198-232
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