Evidence-Based Management of Fracture Healing through Sri Lankan Traditional Medicine: Case Series
Sri Lanka`s traditional medical system for treating fractures has a long history and reflects the rich cultural heritage of the country. The study has been focused on evaluating the role of Sri Lanka`s traditional treatment modalities for fracture healing. The patients were purposively selected for the study and data was collected by adopting special Performa. The patients have undergone an external native treatment regimen for one month. The pain assessment scale and edema grade score were used to assess the reduction of pain and edema. The herbal ingredients used in the traditional treatment revealed a range of beneficial effects including antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant, immunomodulatory, bone regenerative, wound healing, and antipyretic properties. These properties suggest that the natural formulas utilized in the study have the potential to manage the healing process effectively. However, it`s crucial to emphasize that further research is needed to validate these findings and comprehend the precise mechanisms through which these properties contribute to the healing process.
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