Publications: Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research
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Dr. Rajkumari Khatri,
ENT Specialist and Head & Neck Oncologist, YPV Healer & L1 Trainer, Indore, India.
Dr. Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri
Consultant, Research & Publications, Yoga Prana Vidya Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally-635118 Tamilnadu, India.
Introduction: Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a vital cause of morbidity and mortality in hospitalised cases of patients. This paper presents a case of bilateral PE with renal artery embolism in a 29-year 0ld young male patient following acute appendicitis for which he had undergone laparoscopic appendicectomy. The complications were diagnosed in the immediate post-operative period.YPV Healing intervention was sought to prevent the progression of the disease.
Method: This paper uses case study method going through patient case records before and after YPV intervention used as complementary treatment alongside conventional thrombolysis and anticoagulant therapy.
Results: Within 5 days of YPV healing the patient showed recovery and was discharged from the hospital.
After YPV intervention, the entire period was peaceful, the progression of the thrombo-embolic phenomenon ceased, and the patient became calmer and restful.
Conclusion: YPV Healing is an effective complementary therapy for emergency treatment along with conventional treatment to improve the physical, psychological and mental condition of the patient with speedy recovery enabling normal overall health of the patient. This case is a good example of how YPV healing can successfully be used in the management of Renal and Pulmonary embolism as a complementary therapy with life saving results. Further research is recommended to validate the results on an appropriate sample size.