Chikitsya Padchatushtayam can be called as quadric pods of treatment as we can define it the term paada is pods and chatushtaya is four.
you can call it doctor, in ayurveda Chikitsa vaidya has the main importance, but they must have also these following qualities:
Dakshay, vaidya should provide his services punctually in necessitate and also ability to know the disease rapidly.
In this criteria of vaidya, they should be knowledgeable with an obvious hallucination in his hypothetical information.
In this criteria of vaidya, they should pursue the ayurvedic principles whole animatedly.
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Vaidya should be well experienced, as they did practical in their field such as pharmacology, clinical diagnosis and all type of Chikitsa.
you can call it nurse, as we explained four things about Vaidya as four things must be included in a Upastha, that are following:
Dakshata: Upastha can be a mostly a woman, well, she must be skillful and experienced when assisting a doctor.
Bhartari: Upastha should provide her services to the rogi with great friendliness.
Upchar yogyata: Upastha must be trained in her profession either she has to provide all medicines.
The Upastha should be truthful in her responsibilities and must go behind the beliefs of nursing sternly.
you can call it medicine, now here too, we’ll provide four things related to Aushad-dravya:
Anekvidh Kalpana: It means when several medicines are combined for one result or several, but the Aushad-dravya must be able to structure various amalgamations to find the best results.
Bahuta: it means medicines in abundance. Aushad-dravya must be in abundance so that it can available in shortage.
Sampati: it means medicine in wholesome, means Aushad-dravya must be capable to exist in even seasonal changes.
Yogyatvam: It simple means applicability, Aushad-dravya must be available to treat the particular disease devoid of any side effects.
you can call it patient and four pods are also applied for a Rogi:
Abhiruta: Each Rogi must have courage to face and fight the disease and should take medicine by a Vaidya devoid of any type of fear and depression.
Gyapakatvam: Rogi must be as able as he/she can describe disease to the Vaidya in detail, must provide full history regarding any disease.
Nirdeshkaritvam: Rogi must be calm and must have patience, and always must follow the rules of Vaidya and Upastha.
Smruti: It means memory; a Rogi must have a good memory so that he/she could remind all instructions of Vaidya and Upastha.