Sunday, 21 August 2016

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Bates guide to physical examination

Perform an accurate, efficient, and effective physical examination with confidence.

Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking provides authoritative, step-by-step guidance on performing the patient interview and physical examination, applying clinical reasoning, shared decision-making, and other core assessment skills—all based on a firm understanding of clinical evidence.
This highly regarded text includes fully illustrated, step-by-step techniques that outline the correct performance of the physical examination and an easy-to-follow two-column format featuring examination techniques on the left and abnormalities (clearly indicated in red) with differential diagnoses on the right. Bates’ also includes a unit on special populations, covering special stages in the life cycle—infancy through adolescence, pregnancy, and aging.
  • Clinical pearls , printed in blue, highlight key points throughout the text.
  • Text boxes help readers quickly find important summaries of clinical conditions and tips for challenging examination techniques.
  • Many new and updated photographs and illustrations support the text, and figures are now numbered for easy identification and reference.
  • Rewritten chapter on evaluating clinical evidence clarifies key concepts to ensure student understanding.
  • Revised and expanded chapter on the skin, hair, and nails includes new dermatology photographs and provides the framework for assessing common lesions and abnormalities.
  • Updated behavior and mental status chapter now references DSM-5 .
  • Significantly revised information on obesity and nutrition counseling; cardiovascular risk factor screening and new clinical guidelines; new screening guidelines for breast cancer, colon cancer, Papanicolau smears, and stroke risk factors; updated information on STIs; new geriatric assessment tools; and much more.
  • New life cycle content , including an increased emphasis on cardiovascular health promotion and child development; updated pregnancy topics such as weight gain, substance abuse, and intimate partner violence; and new information on the older adult, including frailty, immunizations, cancer screening, cognitive decline and dementia screening, and a new algorithm for falls prevention.
Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking is the #1 choice for complete, authoritative guidance on mastering every aspect of the all-important physical examination.

Thursday, 28 July 2016


Ashtanga Hridaya- the complete ayurvedic dictionary

Ashtanga Hridaya is the third major treatise on Ayurveda. It was written by Vagbhata around the 7th century (AD 500). It is predominantly based on the teachings of Charaka and Susruta Samhitas though it also gives its own views on different topics. It contains information regarding the two schools of ayurveda, namely the school of surgery and the school of physicians.

Ashtanga Hridaya Samhita is written in Sanskrit in the form of simple and easily understood poetic verses. It contains the salient features of the texts written by Charaka and Sushruta as well as the essence of Ashtanga Samgraha.The book contains about 7120 poetic verses. Mainly focussing on kayachikitsa, Ashtanga Hridaya also discusses in detail about various surgical treatments. The kapha subtypes are first listed and described in this samhita, with exhaustive explanation of vata, pitta, and kapha along with their five subtypes.
This text is considered as a combined form of both the Atreya and Dhanwanthari schools. Many of the ayurvedic medicines are prepared through the methods described in Ashtanga Hridaya.
Ashtanga Hridya Samhita is divided into sutra , nidana, sharira, chikitsa, kalpa, and uttara sthana, and was also written by Vagbhata. It contains 120 chapters and the author quotes Charaka, Susruta Bhela, Nimi, Kasyapa, Dhanvantari and other earlier authors and their works; the chief source, however, is Ashtanga Samgraha. It s a complete but concise description of Ayurvedic medicine.

Astanga Hridaya seems to emphasize on the physiological aspect of the body rather than the spiritual aspects of it like its counterparts—Charaka and Susruta Samhitas. Despite that, the quality and range of its discussions about ayurveda makes it a work to reckon with.

Ashtanga Hridaya Samhita is a systematized text of human illnesses and is a third major treatise in Ayurveda. Astanga Hridaya focuses more on the physiological aspect of the body rather than the spiritual aspects of it.

Ashtanga Samgraha and Ashtanga Hridya, particularly the latter, indicate advancement in knowledge over the two samhitas of Charaka and Susruta. This is particularly noticeable in the new drugs and some of the new surgical procedures that have been introduced.

Ashtanga Hridaya (Ashta = 8; Anga = organ) deals with the 8 angas or organs of the body. namely:

Kaya chikitsa (treats the body)
Baala chikitsa (pediatrics)
Griha chikitsa (psychiatry)
Urdhvanga chikitsa or shalakya tantra (eye, ear, nose and parts above neck)
Salya tantra (surgery)
Damsthra chikitsa (toxicology like treating snake venom)
Jara chikitsa or rasayana chikitsa (rejuvenation therapy)
Vrishya chikitsa or vajeekarana chikitsa (aphrodisiac therapy)

In Kerala (South India), Ashtanga vaidyas are highly respected and believed in. Ashta Vaidyas were Ayurvedic practitioners well-versed in all the eight different branches of Ayurvedic treatment. Kerala is now known for its Ayurvedic centers mainly because of the Ashta Vaidyas.


The Charaka Saṃhitā or Compendium of Charaka (Sanskrit चरक संहिता IASTcaraka-saṃhitā) is a Sanskrit text on Ayurveda (Indian traditional medicine).[1][2] Along with the Suśruta-saṃhitā, it is one of the two foundational Hindu texts of this field that have survived from Indian Subcontinent.[3][4][5]

The pre-2nd century CE text consists of eight books and one hundred twenty chapters.[6][7] It describes ancient theories on human body, etiologysymptomology and therapeutics for a wide range of diseases.[8] The Charaka Samhita also includes sections on the importance of diet, hygiene, prevention, medical education, the teamwork of a physician, nurse and patient necessary for recovery to health.[9][10][11]

The aim of life science

Life is of four kinds: Sukha (happy), Duhkha (unhappy), Hita (good) and Ahita (bad).

Sukham-Ayuh is a life unaffected by bodily or psychic diseases, is endowed with vigor, capabilities, energy, vitality, activity, knowledge, successes and enjoyments. The opposite of this is the Asukham-Ayuh.

Hitam-Ayuh is the life of a person who is always willing to do good to all living beings, truthful, non-stealing, calm, self-restrained, taking steps after examining the situation, virtuous, achieves Dharma-Artha-Kama, without conflict with others, worshipping whatever is worthy, devoted to knowledge-understanding-serenity of mind, and to charity and peace. The opposite of this is the Ahitam-Ayuh.

The aim of Ayurveda is to teach what is conducive to these four kinds of life.

Caraka Samhita Chapters 1.1, 1.30 (Abridged)[27][28]

The extant text has eight sthāna (books), totalling 120 chapters. The text includes a table of contents embedded in its verses, stating the names and describing the nature of the eight books, followed by a listing of the 120 chapters.[29] These eight books are[6]

  1. Sutra Sthana (General principles) - 30 chapters deal with general principles, philosophy, definitions, prevention through healthy living, and the goals of the text.[30]
  2. Nidana Sthana (Pathology) - 8 chapters on causes of diseases.[31]
  3. Vimana Sthana (Specific determination) 8 chapters contain training of a physician, ethics of medical practice, pathology, diet and nourishment, taste of medicines.[32]
  4. Śarira Sthana (Anatomy) - 8 chapters describe embryology & anatomy of a human body (with a section on other living beings).[33]
  5. Indriya Sthana (Sensory organ based prognosis) - 12 chapters elaborate on diagnosis & prognosis, mostly based on sensory response of the patient.[31]
  6. Cikitsa Sthana (Therapeutics) - 30 chapters deal with medicines and treatment of diseases.[34]
  7. Kalpa Sthana (Pharmaceutics and toxicology) - 12 chapters describe pharmacy, the preparation and dosage of medicine, signs of their abuse, and dealing with poisons.[31]
  8. Siddhi Sthana (Success in treatment) - 12 chapters describe signs of cure, hygiene and healthier living.[31]

Seventeen chapters of Cikitsā sthāna and complete Kalpa sthāna and Siddhi sthāna were added later by Dridhabala.[35] The text starts with Sūtra sthāna which deals with fundamentals and basic principles of Ayurveda practice. Unique scientific contributions credited to the Charaka Saṃhitā include:

  • a rational approach to the causation and cure of disease
  • introduction of objective methods of clinical examination

Chikitsa Paddhati

Atharva Veda

Yashaswi Aushadhe - N. H. Deshpande


Brahma Puran

Gurukula arsha



Friday, 20 May 2016

Ayurveda BAMS books

1.All vedic purana books in hindi download

2.A text book of bhaisjya kalpana vijnanam By Dr G prabhakar Rao

3.Care of the Unborn Child with Yoga by Narendran

4..child health care ayurveda

5.Principles & practice of Pediatrics in Ayurveda

6.Atreya’s Principles and Practices of Basti Karma: A comprehensive compendium ... a gem for women

8.Anatomy of Hatha Yoga: A Manual for Students, Teachers, and Practitioners and nutrition

10.nutrative value of indian foods

11.Ayurveda tongue diagnosis

12.Biogenic Secrets of food in Ayurveda

13.Yoga and Āyurveda: Their Alliedness and Scope as Positive Health Science

14.Health and family welfare

15.Preventive and Social Medicine

16.Prakritik Chikitsa

17.Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques By Mark Stephens

18.Ashtanga Yoga The Intermediate Series: Mythology, Anatomy, and Practice

19.The Yoga of Breath:A Step-by-Step Guide to Pranayama

20.Gorakhnāth and the Kānphaṭa Yogīs

21.Gheranda samhita

22.Hatha Yoga Pradipika 1

         Hatha Yoga Pradipika 2

23.Patanjala yogasutra

24.Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization 1

25.Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization 2

26.How To Think Scientifically By N. Vaidya

27.Significance of Ayurvediya Marma: Vital Body Points

28.Origin of the Life of a Human Being By Rahul Peter Das

29.Jara Swasthya Vigyan

30.Speaking Of Ayurveda Yoga And Nature Cure

31.Clinical Methods- Hutchison’s.

32.Symptoms & Signs in Clinical Medicine

33.Clinical methods in Ayurveda

34.Advanced Clinical Evaluation System for Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills

35.Oxford Handbook of Clinical Examination and Practical Skills

36.Nadi Darshan

37.Concept of Lekhana Karma in Ayurveda By Rajesh Kumari

38.Principles & Practices Of Ayurvedic Medicine By S. Gopal

39.Smoke: A Global History of Smoking

40.Pathology Practical Book By Harsh Mohan

41.Ayurveda And Panchakarma The Science Of Healing And Rejuvenation By Sunil V, Joshi

42.Aushadh Rahasya: The Secret of Ayurvedic Herbs and Disorders of the Mind

43.Roga vijnana

44.Snehana Therapy in Āyurveda: A Descriptive & Analytical Review on Internal ...

45.A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature

46.The Sitapitta Group of Disorders, Urticaria and Similar Syndromes and Its ...

47.Principles & Practice of Panchakarma

48.Materia Medica of Ayurveda: Based on: Madanapala's Nighantu

49.Treatise On Ayurveda By Srikantha Arunachalan

50.All You Wanted To Know About Constipation By Savitri Ramaiah

51.Ayurveda life health and longetivity

52.Diabetes: Alternative Thoughts By Dr. MANOJ Kumar

53.All You Wanted To Know About Headache By Savitri Ramaiah

54.Clinical Diagnosis in Ayurveda By Vaidya Vasant Patil, Umesh K Sapra

55.Scientific Basis for Ayurvedic Therapies

56.Ancient Indian Medicine

57.Madhava nidanna full 689 pages english

58.Rāsamṛitam of Vaidya Jādavji Trikamji Āchārya

59.Doctor-Patient Relationship in Ancient Indian Medicine

60.Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeial Plant Drugs: Expanded Therapeutics By C. P. Khare

61.Rasendra Sara Sangrah Of Sri Gopal Krishna Bhatt By Dr. Parimi Suresh

62.A Textbook of Practical Physiology By CL Ghai

63.A Text Book Of Agada Tantra By U.R. Sekhar Namburi

64.Ayurveda: Secrets of Healing By Maya Tiwari

65.Rasayana: Ayurvedic Herbs for Longevity and Rejuvenation By H.S. Puri

66.An Introduction to Nighaṇṭus of Āyurveda By D. Shanthkumar Lucas, Jyotirmitra

67.Ayurveda the science of self healing,A practical guide by vasant lad

68.Ayurvediya kriya sharira by yogesh chandra mishra

69.Padartha vijnana by y.c mishra

70.A text book on human osteology

71. Bdc human anatomy vol 1

      Bdc human anatomy vol 2

      Bdc human anatomy vol 3

72.Dravya guna vijnana 110 drugs

73.Madhav nidan

74.A small video on vata vyadhi Directed and guided by Dr Gaurav Desai Staring Rajni A Patel Camera and Edited by Kaushal Patel

75.Hand book on ayurveda

76.full charaka samhita english book vol 1

     full charaka samhita english book vol 2

77.sanskrit grammer laghu kaumudi

78.A Text Book of Sharira-Kriya Vijnan Part II - Ranade (2009)

     A Text Book of Sharira-Kriya Vijnan Part I - Ranade (2009)

79.A Text Book of Anatomy (Rachana Sarira ) Vol I - Moharana (2008)

80.ashtang hridaya english

81.Kaya chikitsa full book hindi 960 pages

82.Principles & Practices Of Ayurvedic Medicine By S. Gopal

83.Child Health Care in Āyurveda

84.Clinical Methods in Paediatrics by maharbin singh

85.Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

86.Essential Pediatrics

87.Text Book of Pediatrics Nelson of new born

89.Mudras: Yoga in Your Hands By Gertrud Hirschi

90.Aṣṭāṅga Hr̥daya of Vāgbhaṭa: Sūtra Sthāna : Text with English Translation ...

91.garuda purana

92.roga pariksha vidhi


94.classic ayurvedic books

95.Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics 20th Edition PDF

Sunday, 15 May 2016

full harita samhita

full Kasyapa samhita

full bhela samhita

full sushruta {only sloka}

Full sarangdhara samhita

Full charaka samhita (only slokas)

full bhava prakash samhita

full sushruta samhita english