Traditional Chinese Medicine

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ISSN / EISSN : 2166-6067 / 2166-6059
Published by: Hans Publishers (10.12677)
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杨 婷
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 122-125; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111022

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This paper summarizes the clinical experience of Professor Zhou Zhongming in the treatment of postpartum lactation deficiency. Professor Zhou believes that the key pathogenesis of postpartum lactation deficiency lies in deficiency of Qi and blood of spleen and stomach and stagnation of liver Qi, and deficiency and depression often appear simultaneously. In the clinical symptoms, attention should be paid to the conditioning of the liver, spleen and stomach, based on the formula of “tonifying Qi, nourishing blood, soothing the liver and promoting lactation”, plus or minus with the disease.
晶张 子
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 189-195; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.112031

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Facial spasm is a common disease of the nervous system. Its long course and low cure rate not only affect the image of the patient, but also make the patient anxious and depressed when it is serious. Acupuncture therapy can improve the symptoms of facial spasm, with less invasive, green safety, low treatment cost. In this paper, special acupuncture methods such as traditional acupuncture (shallow needling, deep needling, multiple needling, penetrating needling, contralateral shallow collateral needling and fire needling) and modern acupuncture (ear acupuncture, electric acupuncture, skin acupuncture, acupotomy, acupoint injection) and comprehensive therapy for facial spasm are reviewed.
阳王 美
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 196-207; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.112032

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Objective: To compare the hotspots and development frontiers of resilience research at home and abroad in the past 16 years, and provide references for the development of resilience research in China. Methods: With the help of CiteSpace5.6.R3 software, the resilience literature from the Web of Science core collection database and China Knowledge Network (CNKI) periodical database in the past 15 years was visually analyzed and displayed with knowledge map. Results: A total of 884 effective Chinese literatures were retrieved, and 949 valid foreign literatures were published. The frontiers of foreign research extend to clinical applications and the “frontal cortex” of psychopathology. The research focuses on depression, stress, health, anxiety and other fields. Domestic research hotspots mainly focus on “subjective well-being” and “quality of life”. The research focuses on key areas such as psychological resilience, social support, positive psychology, and mental health. Conclusion: The research scope of resilience is wide, and there are certain differences between the domestic research status and foreign countries. Combined with the hot spots and frontiers of foreign resilience research, the domestic resilience research can be further explored.
娥鲜 林
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 64-67; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111011

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The incidence rate of vulva leukoplakia is increasing. It has a great impact on the life of female patients and even seriously affects the family life and mental health of patients. The clinical treatment of this disease is more than corticosteroid drugs and physical therapy and surgical treatment. The side effects of the above treatment methods are large, and the long-term recurrence rate is also high. Nowadays, traditional Chinese medicine and external treatment of traditional Chinese medicine have won the love and trust of more and more patients. Professor Li Yunjun’s clinical use of bloodletting therapy in the treatment of the disease has improved the hyperplasia and pruritus of patients’ diseased skin. This method has the advantages of simple operation and small side effects, which is widely accepted by patients. This paper will try to describe the relevant mechanism of bloodletting therapy in the treatment of the disease.
芳梁 雪
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 285-289; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.112042

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Objective: To study the application effect of fixed Chinese medicine hot election bag in emergency department. Methods: Patients were divided into observation group and control group by simple random sampling, with 50 patients in each group. The observation group was treated with fixed TCM hot election bag, and the control group was treated with traditional Chinese medicine hot election bag. Results: There were significant differences in clinical application effect, convenience and utilization rate between the two groups. Conclusion: Fixed TCM hot election bag can effectively improve the curative effect of patients, at the same time provide convenience for patients to use, improve patients’ compliance behavior.
景 丹
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 323-330; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.112048

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Chronic Heart Failure is a complex clinical syndrome characterized by high incidence rate, high morbidity rate and high mortality rate. In recent years, the influence of myocardial energy meta-bolism disorder on the occurrence and development of heart failure has been more and more recognized. The effective regulation of myocardial energy metabolism has great potential in the treatment of heart failure. Traditional Chinese medicine has shown its unique advantages in the regulation of myocardial energy metabolism, such as overall treatment, multi-target, individuali-zation and small toxic and side effects. This paper reviews the energy metabolism mechanism of heart failure and the regulatory effect of traditional Chinese medicine on it.
圆吴 圆
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 26-34; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111006

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Peptic ulcer is a common clinical disease, which belongs to the category of “Weibaoru” illness in Mongolian medicine. In clinical treatment, Mongolian medicine is characterized by “holistic view” and “syndrome differentiation and treatment”, and has rich clinical treatment experience for this disease. Prescriptions such as Yourile-13 and Zhuangxi-21 are often used for treatment, and remarkable therapeutic effects have been obtained. In recent years; there has been a lot of progress in the basic research of the effect. Pyloric ligation and other methods are used for modeling, and modern scientific and technological means are used for research. This paper summarizes the understanding of peptic ulcer in Mongolian medicine, clinical treatment observation of Mongolian medicine for peptic ulcer and research progress of mechanism of action in recent years, so as to provide some reference for clinical treatment and modern research of peptic ulcer.
怡李 臻
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 82-88; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111015

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Insomnia belongs to the category of “inability to sleep” in traditional Chinese medicine. At present, it is considered that insomnia always belongs to yin exuberance with yang debilitation, and is divided into deficiency and excess syndrome. The type of insomnia with deficiency of both heart and spleen is the most common. This paper summarizes the disease cause, pathogenesis and treatment of insomnia with deficiency of both heart and spleen from the aspects of theoretical tracing, basic research and clinical practice, in order to provide new ideas for clinical syndrome differentiation and treatment of insomnia.
前尹 向
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 118-121; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111021

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Meridian ring skin pricking therapy is a major achievement of contemporary meridian research and has been confirmed in clinical application. Meridians are the unity of material and energy in-formation. They are self-improvement and adjustment under gene program control. They have high clinical popularization value in the treatment of common and difficult diseases.
强季 卫
Published: 1 January 2022
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 11, pp 96-100; https://doi.org/10.12677/tcm.2022.111017

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From ancient times to the present, many doctors have different understandings of the interpretation of the “Time for Relief” of Six Channel Disease in Treatise on Febrile Disease. We try to analyze this from Yin-Yang theory, the mutual generation and mutual restriction of five phases and the transformation of twelve terrestrial branches and six climatic factors in The Inner Classic of Emperors, so as to provide a reference for medical workers to further study and clinical application of Treatise on Febrile Disease.
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