AYUSH – GCP Dr Sathiya Rajeswaran Research Officer SCRI,CCRS,Chennai All roads meet a common goal Roads are different goal is same • ICMR • WHO. ‘Good Clinical Practice Guidelines’ published by AYUSH Ministry for clinical trials of Ayurveda, Siddha & Unani drugs. There are four Research. The department of Ayush has issued good clinical practice (GCP) guidelines for clinical trials in Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani (ASU) medicines.
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Regulation on AYUSH system of Good Clinical Practice Guidelines
Such approaches and protocols for TCM have already been developed and whole systems trials have been attempted. They may be of any type but should have valid scientific objectives.
The department of Ayush has issued guiidelines clinical practice GCP guidelines for clinical trials in Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani ASU medicines which will facilitate the researchers and institutions in adopting a standard way of good clinical practice while conducting the ASU clinical trials.
Efficacy and safety of Ayurvedic cgp Performing clinical trials and producing the proof on the basis of these guidelines would help believe the world about the prospective scale of ASU remedies in scientific jargon and tackle the questions of lack of facts and substantiation.
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They suggest five conditions, for which when satisfied, an RCT should not be deemed necessary. Therefore, rather than performing RCTs of Ayurveda treatments, future research guideelines should focus on robust documentation and understanding their mechanisms and their importance as an affordable and safe healthcare system.
Conducting clinical trials and generating evidence on the basis of these guidelines would help convincing the world about the potential agush of ASU remedies in scientific parlance and address the questions of lack of evidence and validation.
As long we know and acknowledge that a designed trial is biased, we have created a body of work that is scientifically unbiased. The second criterion requires evidence for large effect sizes from earlier studies. Transparency implies a factual reporting of everything that was done in the planning and conducting of the specific clinical research.
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Apr 20, 1: The guidelines fulfill a long felt need to guide the direction of clinical trials on ASU remedies ayjsh therapies. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.
If we attempt to do so, the global scientific community should also benefit, where the relevance of RCTs in the light of integrative medicine has already been greatly debated for better alternatives.
Generally, in whole system trials, patients are randomly assigned to treatment alternatives, which may include essentials of ahara, vihara, panchakarma, and aushadhias prescribed by Ayurveda. In fact, we need to evolve appropriate guidelines based on the basic principles of Ayurveda where due weightage is given to empirical evidence.
Ayurveda GCP Guidelines: Need for freedom from RCT ascendancy in favor of whole system approach
Boon for the safety and efficacy of ayuvedic formulations. A lot more people are seeking Ayurveda and TM as a treatment system, as it is clinically practiced.
Miller and Joffe’s criteria may be generalized to Ayurvedic treatments. In other words acknowledging the shortcomings of any trial and transparency in reporting greatly enhances the value of the trial.
A noxious and unintended response at doses normally used or tested in humans b In case of new unregistered ASU Medicines: The ancestral and present populations receiving traditional treatments provide better clinical assessment than carefully selected members of some contemporary RCT.
Adhering to methodical documentation of trials will help bringing credibility to the efforts of persons and institutions involved in the process, which otherwise was lacking for want of any ASU-specific guiding document. The first criterion requires compelling arguments, or reasons supporting a hypothesized efficacy of the treatment in question.
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