YPV Healing Techniques in Emergency and First Aid

YPV Healing Techniques in Emergency and First Aid

Journal Title: Role of Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) Healing Techniques in Emergency and First Aid: A Summary of Case Reports..

Publications: International Journal of Medical Science and Health Research. 4(3), 133-146

Authors: Shri N. Jayachander Reddy, Dr. V. S Nanduri;

Abstract :

Introduction: First aid refers to the emergency or immediate care to be provided when a person is injured or ill until full medical treatment is available. For minor conditions, first aid care may be enough. For serious problems, first aid care should be continued until more advanced care becomes available. Medical emergencies outside hospital settings can be effectively handled by trained first aid providers. The authors have examined several case summaries in which Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) System was effectively used as first aid and as a result patients recovered. Main symptoms & clinical findings: Examples of cases of patients in a variety of conditions presented in this report, such as, Dengue, high BP, blood clot in brain, high fever, Knee OA, hole in heart, jaundice, pancreatic disease, urinary infection, breast cancer, Asthma & Bronchitis, insect bites, pain, Dyspnoea, ulcers, depression and suicidal tendencies, vertigo & headache, accidental fractures, Intracranial haemorrhage, post alcoholic hepatic disorders.

Therapeutic interventions & outcomes: In the summary of cases presented in this report, Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) Techniques were applied with successful results for patients, who responded positively to YPV healing therapies, and recovery took place in a short time.

Conclusion: When used as first aid, Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) system of healing is complementary to the general medical and first aid procedures to save the patients until appropriate medical support is available. YPV techniques can be learnt easily and can be practiced effectively by all healthcare givers.

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