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IMA non-cooperation against Ayurvedic surgical 'mixopathy'
The IMA has asked surgeons all over India not to implement the Govt order to train Ayurveda practitioners in surgical procedures as that will lead to a dangerous situation. It demanded withdrawal of the unscientific and impractical 'mixopathy.'

NEW DELHI, Feb 17: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has called for a non-cooperation movement against the Centre's order to surgeons to train Ayurveda doctors in surgery. It has asked the surgeons and anesthesiologists not to implement the order.

The IMA has refuted the Government argument that it has asked the surgeons to train Ayurveda doctors as there are not enough doctors to serve in the rural areas.

The IMA said it will submit a list of 1,000 modern medicine doctors to the Union government willing to serve in any remote areas of the country. "This is done to counter the false claim of lack of doctors which is cited as a reason to promote mixopathy," IMA President Dr JA Jayalal said.

The association had organised a relay hunger strike from February 1 till last Sunday to protest against the new order. It demanded withdrawal of the unscientific and impractical 'mixopathy.'

The Government had amended the Ayurveda regulations last year to allow ayurvedic PG students to perform orthopaedic, ophthalmology, ENT and dental surgeries. The Government also plans to include surgey in the ayurveda curriculum.

"We have categorically expressed our righteous say against this extremely serious move to allow Aayush postgraduates to perform 58 surgeries. The government policy of mixopathy of all systems is unethical in which the mutually unrelated in principles & mode of operandi are integrated unscientifically together as a one system. IMA opposes strongly the proposal to make single doctor practicing all systems together. The association has raised valid & simple questions arising out of this Mixopathy notification," the IMA said.

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