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jiitm 2012, 3(1): 131-136 Back to browse issues page
Ramadan and Patients With Urinary Tract Stones the Viewpoint of Traditional Iranian Medicine
Gh.R. Kord Afshari, M. Moghimi, M.R. Shams Ardekani, H. Mohammadi Konari *
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Since in Ramadan, particularly in summer, the people are at the risk of dehydration and waste materials are excreted into urine in high concentrations, the health of urinary tract, especially in patients with urinary tract stones should be carefully considered. This study was performed to evaluate the causes and preventive measures for development of problem in such patients with regard to the sources of modern medicine and Traditional Iranian Medicine. According to the findings of this bibliographic study, if renal patients avoid eating harmful foods, improve their GI status, and perform useful exercises and massages, and also take the foods that are considered in the paper, fasting is not contraindicated for these patients. Rather, it can be considered as a part of their treatment protocol and accelerate their improvement.
Keywords: Fasting, Traditional Iranian Medicine, Urinary tract stones.
Type of Study: Origianal Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2012/01/21 | Accepted: 2012/04/17

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