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The Drug Efficacy Index [Q(VPK)] A Novel Parameter To Calculate Theoretically The Efficacy And Efficiency Of Ayurvedic Formulations
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The Drug Efficacy Index [Q(VPK)] A Novel Parameter To Calculate Theoretically The Efficacy And Efficiency Of Ayurvedic Formulations


Abhilash Mullasseril

Veliyanad post, ernakulam dist, kerala-682313. India.


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Received: May 2, 2014,   Accepted: June 28, 2015,   Published: June 28, 2015.


Abstract:

The incorporation of Artificial Intelligence to the field of Medical Sciences considerably enhanced the field of researches. There are many methods to estimate the drug efficacy of various modern medicines based on theoretical as well as the clinical results. The drug efficacy of alternative medicines was never calculated scientifically due to the lack of evidences from clinical trials. The Ayurvedic drugs were not only prescribed on the bases of diseases but also on the bases of individual Prakrti. The Prakrti of each person varies very much and not easy to understand completely in view of modern science. The field of modern medicines also faces challenges to explain the real reason behind the adverse effect of certain drugs that are even fatal to certain people. In this paper a new simple computational method to theoretically calculate the efficacy and efficiency of various Ayurvedic formulations is explained. The new term called Drug Efficacy Index [Q(VPK)] that is a numerical value calculated based on the Ayurvedic principles in view of modern sciences is introduced.


Keywords: Efficacy, Drug Efficacy Index[Q(VPK)], Ayurvedic Formulations, Triphala, Akashavalli, Gonorrhea, Baldness (Indralupta), Artificial Intelligence


Citation:

Efficacy, Drug Efficacy Index[Q(VPK)], Ayurvedic Formulations, Triphala, Akashavalli, Gonorrhea, Baldness (Indralupta), Artificial Intelligence DOI: 10.15297/JBCE.V3I1.02


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© 2015 Abhilash Mullasseril. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


      
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