Sreepathy Ayurveda

AYURVEDA NURSING and PANCHAKARMA COURSE

The Ayurveda Nursing and Panchakarma Course combines traditional Ayurvedic practices with modern nursing techniques. It focuses on applying Ayurvedic principles in nursing care, including Panchakarma treatments to detoxify the body and boost wellness. This course is ideal for those interested in Ayurvedic nursing or want to enhance their nursing skills with Ayurvedic knowledge.

Course Duration: 1 Year

Syllabus

 SUBJECTS Part A
1MoolaSiddhanta of Ayurveda (Basic principles of Ayurveda)100 Marks
2Anatomy & Physiology + Marma100 Marks
3Swasthavritta100 Marks
4VikrithiVinjana100 Marks
5Basics of dravya-Guna& Basics of BhaisajyaKalpana100 Marks
SUBJECTS Part B
1Panchakarma part 1100 Marks
2Panchakarma part 2100 Marks
3Ashtanga Ayurveda100 Marks
4Nursing Administration and communicative English100 Marks


SUBJECT PART – A

1. MOOLA SIDDHANTA OF AYURVEDA:
DEFINITION: – Ayurveda, Four Goals of life, Origin of Ayurveda, The eight branches of Ayurveda, Pancha – Bhutatattva, Tridishas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha _ Qualities, Actions, Formation, Sthana (location) in the body, Based on day and night, And Age.
SAPTA DHATUS – The Sptadhatus, Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Medas, Asti,Majja, Sukra and Sronita – Their formation’ Functions.
TRI MALAS – Purisha, Mutra, Seda – Formation and Functions.
AGNIS – Saptadhatnagni, Panchabhutagni, Jataragni.
GUNAS – Mahagunas, Gurvdigunas, Shdrasa, Their effects on tridoshas, Virya, Vipaka and Prabhava, desa, baaisaja kala, classification of diseases based on body and mind, Pada – Chatustayam – Bhisak, Dravya, Upastha, and Rogi, Vegas (urges) – 13 types of Vegas – Dharaniya and Adharaniya Vegas, Classification of diseases according to prognosis, Nija and Agantojarogas, Classification of diseases – Seven types – Sahaja, Garbhaja, Jataja, Pidaja, Kalaja, Prabhavaja and Swabhavaja, Causes of diseases – Asatmendriyartasamyoga, Pragnaparada And parinamarogamarga – Bahya, Madhyama&Abhyantara, ama and Nirama, Signs & Symptoms of Ama, Classification of diseases based on Tridosas – 80 types of Vatajaroga, 40 types of pittajaroga, 20 types of Kaphajaroga, Ojys, Bhaishajya – Samshodhana&Samsamana, Bhaishajya kala.

2. ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY:

A basic knowledge on various systems of the human body – Their anatomy and physiology. Knowledge on Ayurvedicvarma points.

3. SWASTHA VRITTA:
Padachattustayam, The Gunas of Bhishak, Dravya, Paricharaka, and Rogi, Dina chrya Brahma muhurtha, Passing of urges, Danta – Dhavanam, Anjanakarma, Nasya, Kavala, Gandusha,Dhumapana, Tamboolasevana, Abhyanga, Vyayama, Udvartana, Snana,Bhojana, Ratricharya, Ritucharya – Shadritu and ritucharya, Anna swarupa – Aknowledge of Kritanna – Manda, Peya, Vilepi, Odana, Three Upasthamsa – Ahara, Nidra, Brhamacharya, Janapadodwamsa (Epidemics), Saptaharakalpana – Swabhava, Samyoga, Samswkara, Matra Desha Kala, satmya, Bhojanavidhi, Anupana, Pathya – Apathya, Infections, Infestationa, Infectious diseases and Epidemics / pandemics, Hospital building and location knowledge on social hygiene – Air, Land water light < waste products toilets Industries schools occupational hazards Primary health care Family welfare programmes National progerames Mother and child welfare programme, WHO, Health administration, Health related statistics.

4. BASICS OF ROGA NIDANA AND ROGA VINISCHYA:
(A) Introduction – to rogavignana, Tridoshas, Saptadhatus, and trimalas, – their role in the causation of diseases, Signs & symptoms of Increase and decrease of doshas, Dhatus and Malas, The Kriyakalas, srotas – Importance of srotas in the production of diseases, Types of srtas, Types of diseaseas.
1Agantuja, sarira, ManasaSwabhavika.
2On the basis of Adibalapravritta, Etc.
3On basis of prakruta – Vaikruta.
4On the basis ofAnubhandya – Anubhandha.
5Numerable and innumerable nature of diseases.
6Classification of diseases and it’s consensus with classification according to WHO.

Immunity and Hypersensitivity – diseases and their types, Ashtanindita, Eight mahagada, Santarpanottah, apatarpanottah, Ojovyapada, Ojpvidramsa, benign tumors and malignancy. Ama and pakva  avasthas, /sama – Nirama of doshas, Sama – Niama of dhatussama – nirama of malas, Uttana and Ghambira diseases, Dhatugatatva, Antarvegi – Bahirvegi, Jana – Padodwamsa, Importance of nidanapanchaka, Methodology for investigation of diseases (Clinical methods), The Hetus – Asatmy – Endriyarthasamyoga, Pragnaparada and parinamaprognsis – Chaya, Prakopa, Sthanasamsraya, Purva – Rupa, Rupa, VyaktiBhedasamprapti, Rogi – Pareekhavidhi – Trividhapareeksha, Ashtavidhapareesha

(B)  A knowledge on the Cause, Signs & Symptoms and prognosis of various diseases mentioned in classical Ayurvedic texts Viz, Jwara, Rakta – Pitta, Kasa, Swasa, Hidma, Rajayakshma, Pramcha, Arsas, Grahani Shola, Vriddhi – Vidradhi, GraqnthiArbuda, SophaKushtoGulmaAtisaraVara – Vyadhi, Vatarakthaapasmara – Unmada, Etc.

5. BASICS OF DRAVYA GUNA:-
Introduction to Dravyaguna, Definitions – PadarthaSaptapadarta according to Ayurveda. Definition – Dravya its classifications, Gunas – Mahagunas& 40types of gunasvyavayi  &Vikashi, Karma Rasa – Shadrasas, Their effects of tridoshasGuna – Karma of shadrasas, Viryavipala and prabhavaAbasic knowledge on the various herbs   used in Ayurveda – Identification and study of the regularly used herba like – TriphalaTrikatuYastimathu, Rasna, BalachaturjataThaleesaDasamula, etc.

BASICS OF BHAISAJYA KALPANA:
Introduction to Bhaisajyakalpana ,Classification of aushadi – Shodhana&Shamana, Bhaisajya kala – Kshanadi&Vyadhyavastha, Desha – Classification, Clinical observations before administration of medicines Bhaishajya kala – Classification of bhaishajya kala Pathya – Apathyaanupana benefits of Anupana, Various types of Ayurvedic formulations used in the treatment of diseases – Kwatha, Arista –  Avaleha, Ghrita, Churna, Gutika, thaila, Etc.

SUBJECT PART -B
 
5. PANCHA KARMA- I
GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO CHIKITSA- a) Samsodhana. b) Samsamana
SIX TYPES OF CLASSICAL THERAPY (SHADUPAKRAMAS)-
1.  Langhana, 2. Brimhana, 3.Rokshana, 4. Snehana, 5. Swedana, 6. Stambana
AbhyangaChikitsa and its classification on various criteria.
THE CLASSICAL AYURVEDIYA PANCHAKARMA – THE STAGES OF PANCHAKARMA TREATMENT –
A) PURVA KARMA, B) PRADHANA KARMA AND C)PASCHAT KARMA.
Classification of Panchakarma according to kaya chikitsa and shalya.
SCOPE OF PANCHA KARMA
PURVA KARMA:
Snehana karma – Properties, basic sources of snehadravyas, indications of snehana, contra – indications of snehana, procedures of snehana, anupana in sncana, observations of the patient – a) features of samyaksnehanaq (adequate), b) features of asamyaksnehana (in adequate), c) features of atisnighana (excessive) d) snehavyapada, post snehana regimen.
SWEDANA KARMA:
Classification – sagni&Anagni, Indications, contra- indications, procedure of swedana, observations of the patient- a) Samyaksweda, b) Asamyaksweda, c) Atisweda, post swedana regimen, mode of action of sweda.
PRADHANA KARMA:
Classification according to kaya chikitsa&shalya.
VAMANA KARMA:
Introduction, pharmacodynamic properties of vamakadravyas, indications, contra- indications, procedure of vamana, pathya – apathya, samyakvamana, asamyakvamana, ativamanasamsarjana karma.
VIRECHANA KARMA:
Introduction, Virechana drugs, indications of virch, Ana, contra- indications procedure of virechana, general precautions, samyakvirechana, asamyakvirechana, ati- virechana, virechanavyapada.

6. PANCHA KARMA- II
VASTI KARMA:
Introduction Classification, Indications for Asthapana, Contra-indications for Asthapana, Indications for Anuvasana, Contra- indications for Anuvasana, Procedure of Vasti, Post Vasti, Regimen, VastiVyapada.
SIRO- VIRECHANH KARMA (OR) NASYA KARMA:
Introduction, Classification, Navananasya, Avapidanasya, Pradhamananasya, Dhumanasya, Marsa- Pratimarsanasya, Nasya drugs, And their procedcodynamics, Indications, Contraindications, Procedure of nasya, Post nasya regimen, Samyaknasya, Asmyaknasya, Atinasya, Nasyavyapad.
RAKTHAMOKSHANA:
Introduction Classification, Features of normal rakta, Functions of rakta, Indications of raktamokshana, Contra- mokshana, Jalaukaavacharana, Sira- Vyadha.Indications contra – indications, Samyak, Sira- Vyadha, Asamyaksira- Vyadha, Atisira- Vyadha, Raktastambana, Post – Raktamikshana regimen, Prachana, Alabu, Ghati- Yantra. The vahihparimarjana therapies of Ayurveda – an introduction.
KERALIYA PANCHA KARMA:
Keraliyapanchakarma- Its five components, Dhara Kaya seka, Pinda- Sweda, Anna lepa, Siro lepa – Introduction, Comparison of classical Ayurveda panchakarma&KeraliyaPanchakarma.
DHARA:
Introduction Classifications, dhroni – VidhanamSarawavidhara, Stri- StanyaYuktakshradhara, Thailadhara, Kwatha (Ausadhi0 dhara, Siro- Dhara procedure.
KAYASEKA:
Introduction, The Procedure. Complications.
PINDA SWEDA (OR) NAVARAKIZHI:
Procedure, Preparation of pottali and payasam, Ela kizhi, Podi – kizhi-procedure.
ANNALEPA:
Introduction, Preparation of Anna lepa, Method of treatment.
SIROLEPA:
Introduction, Preparation, Method
SIRO VASTI:
Introduction, Preparation, Method
UDVARTANA:
Introduction, Preparation, Method.

7.ASHTANGA AYURVEDA- 
Eight branches of Ayurveda, Kaya chikitsa, Balachikitsa, GruhaChikitsa, salakyatantra, Salyatantram, vishachikitsa, jarachikitsa , rasayan and vajeekaran


8. NURSIING ADMINISTRATION and COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

A knowledge on the administrative procedures of Nursing based on morden concepts.Chikitsachathushpad

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

  1. Language as Communication
  2. Parts of speech
  3. Essential Components of language : Listening, Speaking , Reading, Writing
  4. Language Structure –Subject and Predicate
  5. Situational English

 

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