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Thursday, November 22, 2012 12:20:21 PM (IST)  

Mangalore: Ayurvedic Doctors to Use Allopathic Medicines during Emergencies

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (PS)

 
Mangalore, Nov 22:
“The central government has okayed the proposal of medical council to the usage of allopathic medicines in Ayurvedic treatment during emergency cases. This was a much needed notification and will be done in two weeks”, said Vaidya Vedaprakash Tyagi, president of Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM).
 
He was the chief guest at the valedictory program of decennial celebration of Karnataka Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Ashoknagar, Mangalore held at Town Hall on Wednesday November 21.


He said that Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Allopathy should go together in order to have a healthy society. He stated that new syllabus which are planned to be introduced for Ayurveda students will be simplified and also cautioned of some Ayurvedic colleges facing the threat of being de-regularized due to inadequate facilities being provided in such colleges. Few such colleges are also from Karnataka, he said.
 
Another guest Dr Jayaprakash Narayan, president of Ayurveda Academy Bangalore said that Ayurvedic doctors will have overcome inferiority complex which is evident. By practicing original classics of Ayurveda, Ayurvedists can be confident of their treatment and said that Ayurveda is for maintaining the health of healthy people. There is great demand for Ayurvedic doctors, he said.
 
Dr Jeevaraj Sorake, secretary, KECT, Mangalore presided. Dr Attavar Muralidar, principal of the college was present.



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Comments on this article
SANJAY GOWDA T E, MANDYA
Friday, June 13, 2014

IS GOOD FOR AYURVEDA DOCtors

sanjay gowda t e, mandya
Saturday, June 14, 2014

it is one of right way for ayurveda docotar

anuj, no
Monday, March 03, 2014

It is nice developing

mohd firoz, rewa
Sunday, November 25, 2012

right step in right direction

Ajith, Mangalore
Friday, November 23, 2012

Dear Denis,
Guess you are still not aware of the richness of Ayurveda.....All that existed for so long can even sustain in the future as well....whereas in modern system, some medicine which is good today is termed as BAD due to its side effects the very next moment....Do u consider this as good Pharmacology?? or do u think a MBBS student s his knowledge in pharmacology after the completion of his course.???The drug which he studied during his MBBS days is termed as BAD nw....it is just the matter of going through Journals and not much abt having phamacological knowledge...It is all that u need to know the dosage of the same and m sure ayurveda doctors are well aware of the dosage and are sure to manage situations in emergency.....and for your kind information, In most of the hospitals the doctors who attend the patient when he is brought with a emergency are AYURVEDA DOCTORS!!!

Denis Cutinha, Merlapadavu, via Adyar,Mangalore
Friday, November 23, 2012

If Ayurvedic Doc's can use Allopathic drugs , the patients may die. When a Doc studies MBBS he has Pharmacology as one of his subjects. Will an Ayurvedic Doc understand this subject ?

Ajit Karan, Jamshedpur
Thursday, November 22, 2012

A good development but be used sparingly as Ayurveda is having everything that allopathy does have.It is allopathic doctors who need help of Ayurvedic medicines more often.The poor needs help of rich, not the vice-versa.

Horny Manatee, India
Thursday, November 22, 2012

What about "go-doctors"?

 
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