Takayasu’s artery (also known as Takayasu’s disease, “aortic arch syndrome,” “nonspecific aorta,” and “pulse less disease”) is a form of massive gribulomatous Vasculitis with massive differential fibrosis and vascular narrowing. Occur, which is usually often young or middle-age women of Asian descent, although anyone can be affected. It mainly affects the aorta (the main blood vessel except the heart) and its branches, as well as the pulmonary arteries. Women are 8-9 times more likely to be affected than men.
People with the disease often see symptoms between 15 and 30 years of age. In the Western world, atherosclerosis is a more frequent cause of obstruction of the aortic arch vessels than Takayasu’s artery. Thrombosis of Takayasu is similar to other forms of vasculitis, giant cell arthritis that typically affects older individuals. Due to obstruction of the main branches of the aorta, the left common carotid artery, brachiocephalic artery, and the left subclavian artery, Takayasu’s artery, may present in the form of weak or absent pulses with the bare upper extremity (arms, hands, and wrists). Physical examination) This is why it is also commonly referred to as “dysfunctional disease”. Involvement of renal arteries may lead to presentation of renewal hypertension.
It is also called pulse-less disease, aortic syndrome. A young woman who cannot reverse pulsation of an artery in the arm or neck. Designated as intractable disease. It occurs from the aorta in the chest and abdomen, and is a blockage of the carotid artery, subclavian artery, and renal artery, which is a blockage of the venous cerebral artery, in particular, the cerebral blood flow is impaired as the carotid artery, which A lingering attack and decreased visual acuity as a result. Unusual changes are observed in the fund. The reason is uncertain. In the early stage, adrenocortical hormone drugs are effective, and when the carotid artery is obstructed, reconstructive surgery of blocked blood vessels is attempted, but is generally difficult to treat.
Symptoms of arteritis of Takayasu’s
The following features indicate arteritis of Takayasu’s:
- Night sweats
- Weight loss
- Joint pain
- High blood pressure
- Vision changes
- Hand weakness
Takayasu’s arteritis can be present in patients even if they do not show any physical symptoms.
Common causes of Takayasu’s arteritis
Risk factors for arteritis of Takayasu
The following factors may increase the risk of Takayasu’s arteritis :
- To be a woman
- Family history
To prevent arteritis of Takayasu
Yes, it is possible to prevent Takayasu’s arthritis. Possibility of Takayasu’s arthritis
Number of cases
The following is the number of cases of Takayasu’s arthritis worldwide each year:
- Rare between 10K – 50K
- Crowds of normal age
Takayasu’s arteritis is most commonly found in the following age groups:
- Aged between 20-40 years
- Normal gender
- Takayasu’s arteritis can occur in any gender.
Laboratory tests and procedures to diagnose Takayasu’s arteritis
- CT scan (computed tomography): to obtain images of the chest, lungs, heart, large arteries, preferences and diaphragm
- MRA (magnetic resonance angiography): to create images of arteritis
- PET Scan (Positron-Emission Tomography): Monitoring Metabolic Processes In The Body More Problems With Takayasu’s Arthritis
Yes, Takayasu’s arteritis is complicated if left untreated. Below is a list of complications and problems that can occur if Takayasu’s arteritis is not treated:
- Blood clots
- Heart attack
- Heart failure
Treatment procedures on arteritis of Takayasu’s
Surgery: Narrow arteritis open wide for blood supply Take care of yourself for Takayasu’s arthritis
Self-care or lifestyle changes can help treat or manage Takayasu’s arthritis as follows:
- Patient support for the treatment of Takayasu’s arteritis
The following actions may help Takayasu’s arteritis patients:
Join support and advocacy groups: Helps connect with other patients and families to provide valuable services
Time of treatment of arteritis of Takayasu’s
The time-period for treatment of each patient may be different, if treated properly under the supervision of an expert, it takes a specific period of time to resolve Takayasu’s arthritis:
The disease cannot be cured but only maintained or minimized
Ayurvedic treatment from CAC
1. Detox Premium Powder:
This is the herbal formulation that consists of sudhyog tablet, shwet parpati, yavakshaar, akik pishti, jahar mohra, giloy satav, shukta pishti, etc. Intake of this wonderful remedy will balance the aggravated doshas and cleanse your body by removing the toxins from the body, as it also unblocks the passage and allows the blood to freely pass from the passage.
Recommended Dosage – Take 1 sachet twice daily with normal water.
2. Kanchnaar Guggulu:
Kanchnaar guggulu is the best ayurvedic medicine widely used in wound healing, reduces the pressure of blood, swelling, etc. The tablet is very beneficial in calming the imbalance of Vata dosha thus relieving the pain, reduces the level of blood urea naturally.
Recommended Dosage – Take 2 tablets twice daily with normal water.
3. Trikatu Syrup:
This herbal syrup contains equal proportions of three spices with a pungent taste – Black pepper (Piper nigrum), Pippali (Piper longum), and Ginger (Zingiber officinale). It is the best syrup to normalize the Tridosha and helps in the elimination of toxins, increases the appetite, and improves digestion. This syrup has a carminative and expectorant effect that helps to ease the symptoms. Recommended Dosage – Take 2 teaspoonfuls thrice daily.
4. Trikatu Tablet:
Trikatu tablets are composed of three natural herbs – Ginger (Zingiber officinale), Black pepper (Piper nigrum), Pippali (Piper longum) that improves the blood circulation by correcting the obstructed passage. It is beneficial in the detoxification of the blood. These tablets also provide strength to muscles and resolve the obstruction in the veins and arteries channels.
Recommended Dosage – Take 1 tablet twice daily with normal water.
5. Immuno booster tab
It is a pure herbal combination that helps to build up immunity. it consists of effective levels of antioxidants. vitamin C and E circulate in the body to protect it against the damage caused by free radicals. it has natural immunity-boosting properties to prevent and ease cough, cold, headache, and infections. it provides quick relief from early signs of running nose, itching throat, body ache, and weakness.
Vaidya Karanvir Singh is the younger Vaidya in Chandigarh Ayurved & Panchakarma Centre. He is the fourth generation in his family who is practicing as a general consultant in Ayurved & Panchakarma treatment at Chandigarh. In his practice, he had treated more than 1000 plus patients worldwide.