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October-December 2021| Vol 9| Issue 4


Coherence of variables in clinical trials of Ayurveda

Ayurveda, the age-old medical wisdom of India practised for almost 5000 years, is still relevant in the current era due to its holistic and individualistic approach to treating patients.[1] Systemic...

Review Articles

Ayurveda approach to mucormycosis and other fungal infections: A comprehensive review

Introduction: Mucormycosis is an opportunistic angio-fungal infection that has resurfaced during the COVID-19 pandemic period due to multifarious reasons. Due to the limitations of current inte...

Review Articles

Review of clinical and preclinical studies on Ayurveda drugs used in management of liver diseases: A search for proof of concept

Introduction: Liver disease has become a matter of public health concern. The worldwide prevalence of liver disease is rapidly increasing due to changes in our cultural and lifestyle norms. Wes...

Review Article

Geriatric care in pandemic era: From the perspective of Unani medicine guidelines

Background: Elderly people are at a greater risk of developing COVID-19. They are facing the most challenges during the pandemic era because of preexisting medical conditions (such as diabetes ...

Original Article

A cross-sectional survey on awareness and practice of Ayurveda in COVID prevention and management among selected populations across Kerala

Background: Despite the known richness of traditional medicine in India, it has not been implemented successfully on a widespread scale in managing COVID-19.4 In this context, it was...

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Journal of Indian System of Medicine, a publication of Official publication of Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, constituent unit of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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