Dawa-Ul-Misk Motadil Jawaharwali
A classic Unani drug for arrhythmia
Dawa-ul-misk is a versatile classic Unani pharmacopoeia formulation that consists of herbs, fruits, dried fruits, minerals (Kushtas) and is widely used in the Unani system (Hakimi) for alternative medicines, primarily as a heart tonic for arrhythmia and recovery. Process (recovery phase after serious illness / surgery).
There are three different forms: Har (hot), Barid (cold) and Motadail (normal), depending on the effect (Taseer) that is exerted on the body. There are also two types; Dawa-ul Misk Sada and Jawaharwali (because it contains pearls and quartz - Jawahars), later more powerful and famous.
It has a wide range of therapeutic uses; It is very useful to strengthen the brain and nervous system, improve memory and eyesight, cure migraines and sinusitis and give the body endurance and strength, especially after an illness.
It is very effective in correcting palpitations / malaise / irregular heartbeat and strengthening blood circulation would also increase blood formation.
Anemia, general weakness, memory loss, palpitations, shortness of breath and poor eyesight.
Here are the main ingredients according to the Unani pharmacopoeia:
Onosma bracteatum, Embilica officinalis, Portulaca oleracea, Rosa indica, Cinnamomum officinalis, Salvia heamatodes, Doronicum hokeri, Nepta hindostana, Pamellia periata, Elettaria cardamomum, Bambusa arunbinaces, Pistacia lentiscus, Berveris aristata sugar and honey.
Warning: Because it contains heavy metals and expensive pearls that have been specially treated to be suitable for human use, it may only be used in the recommended doses of pharmaceutical companies known to be of good quality, Unani or to be captured by Hakims.
What is heart failure and why is it bad?
Asystole is the medical term commonly known as flatline. Flatline means that there is no electrical heart movement. The myocardium does not contract during the flatline and does not provide blood or cardiac output. The myocardium is the center of the 3 layers that make up the heart wall. Doctors need an asystolic condition to confirm a person's death.
Patients with signs of asystole are usually treated with breast compressions and injections of atropine, adrenaline or vasopressin. During heart failure, electric shocks (defibrillation) usually do not affect the heart because it is already depolarized. Defibrillation involves an EKG technician or other health care professional applying a medical amount of electrical shock to a heart that is affected by a defibrillator.
A defibrillator prevents the heartbeat by depolarizing a large part of the heart muscle. Normal heart rate can be restored before heart failure. After using a defibrillator, the natural chemicals in the pacemaker in the sinus node of the heart can restart the heart rate.
There are some emergency doctors who believe in the use of defibrillation even after seeing the signs of heart failure. They suggest that defibrillation should be used because the lack of heartbeat can really be an uneven contraction of the heart muscle within the heart chambers. This type of contraction is also called ventricular fibrillation and causes the heart muscle to tremble like a box filled with worms.
While it is true that ventricular fibrillation is difficult to distinguish from heart failure, there is not yet much evidence to support this practice. The majority of doctors believe that heart failure is a control over death, not an uneven heart rate. EKG / EKG training generally defines asystole as a medical confirmation of death. If another cause of the missing heartbeat is identified and treated immediately, a small percentage of the patients will be brought back to life.
An EKG technician analyzes the patient's heart rate for cardiac arrhythmias and ventricular fibrillation. An arrhythmia occurs whenever unusual electrical activity occurs in the heart, e.g. B. too slow, too fast or extremely irregular.
ECG technicians need to acquire this detailed knowledge in EKG / EKG classes to obtain their EKG / EKG certification.
You will find EKG / EKG-certified EKG technicians who work in emergency rooms of hospitals, in high-risk industrial facilities, in nursing homes, in cardiology offices or in one-on-one discussions with patients. Your EKG / EKG training includes working under supervision in a medical facility and participating in EKG / EKG courses in:
- Patient preparation
- Operation of the EKG device
- Laying the electrical lines
- Analysis of ECG traces
There is a growing demand for healthcare professionals who can work with heart failure conditions, defibrillators and EKG / EKG machines due to the large population of baby boomers who are now over 60 years old.