A systematic review on concept of Malaria (Visham Jwara) and its management by Godanti Bhasma
Author(s): Dr. Munesh Yadav
Developing nations are more susceptible to illnesses carried by vectors than are developed nations. Malaria is a severe issue in Africa; it is responsible for 20% of all children fatalities and results in a kid dying from the disease every 30 seconds. Malaria incidence and mortality rates are both rising quickly. With the development of drug-resistant strains of Plasmodium Vivax and Plasmodium Falciparum, as well as the vectors' tolerance to chemical pesticides, the malaria issue has taken on new dimensions. These are the major challenges of controlling malaria, hence developing new methods of doing so is urgently necessary. Vishama Jwara, or irregular or intermittent fever, has two main sorts of causes: Agantuja (External forces) and Svabhavaja Hetu (Internal reasons). Apart from these different Jwara Nidanas, the onset of Vishama Jwara (irregular or intermittent fever) is also influenced by Samanya Jwara Nidana (general aetiology of fever) as described in Sushruta Samhita and Sannipatika Jwara Nidana (aetiology of fever caused by Tridosha) as described in Charaka Samhita. The conceptual study and the observational investigation are the two sections of the current study. The length of the infection and the strain of Plasmodium determine how severe it is.