ayurveda new laboratory invention

IDENTIFICATION OF SOME CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES, WHICH CAN HELP IN STATUS QUANTIFICATION OF AYURVEDA FUNDAMENTALS TRIDOSHA -VATA/PITTA/KAPHA AND SEVEN [SAPT] DHATUS BY COLORIMETRIC METHOD INVENTED BY DR D.B.BAJPAI ; AYURVEDA NEW CLINICAL LABORATORY BASED DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE


It is for the first time, the inventor and chief ETG AyurvedaScan Investigator of Ayurveda High diagnostics technology ”E.T.G. AyurvedaScan” has identified some chemical substances, who can represent to Ayurveda Fundamentals VATA, PITTA and KAPPHA, three tridosha and SAPT [SEVEN] DHATU detection in human body by examining Blood serum SAMPLE by the help of COLORIMETER based result studies.

                     Dr. D.B.Bajpai   with his GREAT Grand-son YUVRAJ belongs to fourth generation

Since ten years, Dr DBBAJPAI is doing work on the line of chemical chemistry at his own  established laboratory for the patient coming for the treatment of AYURVEDA and AYUSH on the basis of the findings of ETG AyurvedaScan exminations and other related tests so far. These tests are confirmatory in sense of the pathophysiology to pathology presentation of the disorders, which patient have in broader sense for diagnosis as pin pointed as possible. These studies are helpful in selection of remedies for individual patient and to suggest the right life style adaptations.

COLORIMETER ON WHICH BLOOD SERUM AND SEROLOGICAL TESTS ARE DONE. SEROLOGICAL TESTS ARE BEING DONE ON THIS COLORIMETER BY DR. D.B.BAJPAI IN HIS ESTABLISHED LABORATORY FOR ASSESSING AYURVEDA FUNDAMENTALS AND DIAGNOSIS OF DISORDERS IN VIEW OF AYURVEDA. 

MICRO-PIPETTE ;  THIS PIPETTE IS IMPORTANT PART OF THE TEST. IT MEASURES 

                 EXACT PROPORTION OF REAGENT OR WORKING SOLUTION OR SERUM BLOOD OR 

                                                                        OTHER CHEMICALS USES IN COLORIMETRIC TEST.

 

Dr DBBajpai have established his own clinical pathology laboratory before 45 years to help  the patient and to verify the report of  ETG AyurvedaScan for patient only. Later he got a vision that by Blood serum and by Urine Ayurveda fundamentals can be quantifies by Blood serum using some chemical substances before 12 years. He started to examine some chemicals, which was very near to the concept of Vata and Pitta and Kapha. Later on he found some chemicals, which are very near to the Sapata Dhatu concept of Ayurveda and thus 10 parameters are established by examining Blood serum and urine of the patient.

In COLORIMETRIC Analysis , assays are tested by using  filters for Vata and Pitta and Kappha. The technique is very simple and any colorimeter or spectrophotometer technician can do the test in laboratory. Working solution is poured in required quantity in Quvet and blank reading is set up to zero, after that 20 ul  centrifuged blood serum of patient is mixed with the working solution. After two to ten  minutes interval,  the reading is recorded and is multiplied by 1000. The abbreviation is used tvv/L that means “TOTAL VATA  Value per liter” for example Colorimeter reads Vata assay 0.12, this number is multiplied by 1000 and after calculation the number comes 150, that means the presence of Vata in patient is 120 tvv/L. The normal value is 90 to 125 tvv/L as is established by me. The obtained  reading is within normal limit and that means VATA DOSHA is in normal in patient.

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After going through the long period examinations of large numbers of the patient, NORMAL levels of the AYURVEDA FUNDAMENTALS like TRIDOSHA and SAPT DHATU are been established. Counter checks are done always comparing with the reports of the ETG AYURVEDASCAN findings.

Now the results are helpful in finding the type of Doshas and its combination to help patient in treatmetn and management of the case.

After treatment the repeated examination of blood serum of patient can give a best indications that where and how much he got progress in his ailments. A comparative sturdy can ensure the benefit of the  Ayurveda and AYUSH treatment.

 

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