Netra Pariseka/Seka (procedure for closed eye irrigation) is an ayurvedic treatment method of pouring a very fine stream of medicated liquid over the closed eyes from a height for a specified time period. This procedure is done to cure eye-related diseases through ayurvedic medicines. Presently this Seka procedure is done manually where there are chances for human errors. To override this, an automation system is introduced that includes flow control heat control and speed control.
K. Siva Balaji, Ashwini B. N., Anoop, A. S., and Kanakasabapathy, P., “Standardisation and Automation of Netra Seka Technique in Ayurvedic Drug Delivery System”, Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research, vol. 13, no. 2, 2019.