Chinese Medicine

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ISSN / EISSN : 2151-1918 / 2151-1926
Published by: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc. (10.4236)
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Qiangcai Mai, Shoulan Gong, Guosheng Su, Lihua Qin
Chinese Medicine, Volume 13, pp 15-21; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2022.131002

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Stomach Helicobacter pylori infection is one of the common gastric diseases. Helicobacter pylori infectious gastritis of spleen deficiency and dampness stagnation is a relatively intractable chronic disease. In recent years, traditional Chinese medicine methods have emerged one after another in the treatment of gastric Helicobacter pylori infection. By collecting references, the author reviewed the clinical characteristics of gastric Helicobacter pylori infection and the new progress of traditional Chinese medicine treatment.
Lingdi Wang, Ying Wang, Yingxue Lin, Xin Meng
Chinese Medicine, Volume 13, pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2022.131001

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Objective: To analyze the potential mechanism of Xinyi San in treating rhinitis through network pharmacology. Methods: In the database of Traditional Chinese Medicine Systems Pharmacology (TCMSP), chemical composition and potential targets of Xinyi San were got, and the target genes of rhinitis of Xinyi San were extracted from GeneCards databases. Then we constructed protein-protein interactions (PPI) network of target genes, and then analyzed the Key genes in GO analysis and KEGG analysis. Results: We got 97 components, 53 potential therapeutic targets, 1009 GO items and 92 pathways in our study. The main pathways included Lipid and atherosclerosis, Chemical carcinogenesis-receptor activation, PI3K-Akt signaling pathway, Human cytomegalovirus infection, Prostate cancer, etc. Conclusion: Xinyi San plays a role in treating rhinitis through multiple components, multiple targets and multiple pathways.
Chun Liu, Siyi Yin, Jiaqi Xue, Ling Xue
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 197-202; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.124009

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The subjects of this study were to observe the improved short-term effects of anti-tumor purified Chinese medicine injection Ai-Jing for 138 cases with malignant tumors. This was a multi-center clinical study, and a total of 138 patients included 96 males and 42 females, with the age from 60 to 76 years. Ai-Jing has obtained the Chinese invention patent since 2008 (ZL991-03528.3). A novel technique acupoint injection method was adopted. Except for lung cancer, patients with other malignant tumors were injected once every other day, 2 ml each time. A course of treatment needs 6 Ai-Jing injections, lung cancer patients need 10 - 20 Ai-Jing injections. At the same time, patients were treated with traditional medicine decoction. Due to the limited number of cases, cure rate, recovery rate and remission rate were calculated as a whole, respectively 18.12%, 44.20% and 32.15%. All the invalid patients were lung cancer, accounting for 16.67% of the patients treated with lung cancer, and the total treatment inefficiency was 6.52%. Conclusion: Chinese Medicine Injection Ai-Jing extracts the effective components of anti-cancer and tumorigenesis, and has the effects of anti-cancer and tumorigenesis, anti-inflam-matory and analgesic, and repairing body damage, with small toxic and side effects and low cost.
Hoi Yan Leung, Choly Tat Ming Yan, Kam Ming Ko
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.121001

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Cordyceps mycelium extract (Cs-4), Chicken Essence (CE), and their combination were investigated for antioxidant and immunomodulatory activities in mouse models. Long-term treatment with Cs-4 or CE at equivalent human doses improved antioxidant status in various tissues, as evidenced by the enhancement of mitochondrial glutathione redox status in the brain, liver, heart, and kidney of mice. Cs-4 or CE treatment also produced an immunomodulatory action, as indicated by the potentiation of Concanavalin A-/lipopolysaccharide-induced proliferation of mouse splenocytes ex vivo. While doubling of the equivalent human doses of Cs-4 and CE did not further enhance their antioxidant or immunopotentiating effects, the combined treatment with Cs-4 and CE at their respective equivalent human doses produced an additive effect, with the extents of stimulation being larger than those produced by Cs-4 or CE alone. The results have demonstrated for the first time that the combined use of Cs-4 and CE can produce an additive effect on both antioxidation and immunopotentiation that cannot otherwise be achieved by increasing the equivalent human doses of Cs-4 or CE alone.
Yingshan Zhang, Yan Li, Chunyun Guo
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 118-184; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.123007

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Theory of Sixty JiaZi (60 甲子) is useful in understanding a human body disease. By using mathematical reasoning based on Yin Yang Wu Xing Theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), this paper demonstrates the treatment principle: “seize the momentum of development, hasten lucky avoids disaster” (顺势而为, 趋吉避凶). Sixty JiaZi is hidden behind eight palaces. The first or second transfer law of human body energies of Sixty JiaZi changes according to the different blood pH values of a human body whether in the normal range or not, respectively, assuming that the range of blood pH values of a human body is divided into four parts from small to large. Both second and third are for a healthy human body. Both the root-cause and symptoms come from the first transfer law of human body energies. And both first and fourth are for an unhealthy human body. Both the root-cause and symptoms come from the second transfer law of human body energies. The treating disease of a human body should protect and maintain the balance of two incompatibility relations: the loving relationship and the killing relationship. As an application, acupuncture is used to treat atrial premature beats as congenital heart disease.
Yingshan Zhang, Yan Li, Chunyun Guo
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 47-117; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.123006

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Theory of eight palaces (八宫) or eight veins (八脉) is useful in understanding the basic sick subsystems that may be to fall ills as the root-cause. By using mathematical reasoning based on Yin Yang Wu Xing Theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), this paper demonstrates the treatment principle: “Even if all changed, it is hard to change one’s nature” (江山易改, 本性难移). The eight palaces or eight veins can be used to diagnose basic sick subsystems that may be to fall ills as the root-cause. The first or second transfer law of human body energies of the eight palaces or eight veins according to the different blood pH values of a human body whether in the normal range or not, respectively, assuming that the range of blood pH value is divided into four parts from small to large. Both second and third are for a healthy human body. Both the root-cause and symptoms come from the first transfer law of human body energies. And both first and fourth are for an unhealthy human body. Both the root-cause and symptoms come from the second transfer law of human body energies. A disease treatment should protect and maintain the balance of two incompatibility relations: the loving relationship and the killing relationship. As an application, acupuncture is used to treat atrial premature beats as a congenital heart disease.
Li Li, Yan Li, Hui Li
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 19-28; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.122003

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Objective: To explore the effects of Danqi Yishen Capsule (Danqi Capsule for Tonifying Kidney) on blood lipid levels and hemorheological indicators of hyperlipidemia patients. Methods: A total of 96 patients with hyperlipidemia were randomly divided into the control group and observation group of 48 cases respectively. The control group was given by simvastatin in oral administration of 10 mg half an hour after dinner, once a day, while the observation group based on the treatment of the control group, was orally given Danshen Yishen Capsule of three capsules each time, three times a day. The treatment of both groups lasted for two months. Then the comparison focused on blood lipid levels, hemorheological indicators, and adverse reactions between both groups before and after the treatment. Results: There was no significant difference in blood lipid levels and hemorheological indicators between both groups before the treatment (P > 0.05). The symptoms of both groups were significantly improved after the treatment, and the difference before and after the treatment was statistically significant (P P P > 0.05). Conclusion: Danqi Yishen Capsule has a significant value in clinical applications, which can optimize clinical efficacy, improve blood lipid levels and hemorheological indicators of hyperlipidemia patients, as well as reduce the probability of adverse reactions in patients.
Hoi Yan Leung, Kai Chit Cheung, Kam Ming Ko
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 37-46; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.123005

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In the present study, two cell-based systems for assessing Yang and Yin activities were for the first time used to investigate the effect of ursolic acid (UA) and oleanolic acid (OA). The results indicated that while UA was only active in the Yang assay, OA produced activity in the Yin assay. The Yang/Yin activity of UA/OA may be attributed to their distinct molecular structures, which confer their differential ability to interact with mitochondrial membrane or cellular membrane lipids, with resultant membrane fluidization and potentiation of biological responses.
Qian Liu, Xueli Chen
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 29-35; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.122004

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Purpose: To explore the clinical efficacy of Changmaile II combined with cyclic estrogen/progesterone therapy in treating hypomenorrhea caused by intrauterine adhesion (IUA) and its effect on the endometrium after the separation procedure for intrauterine adhesion. Methods: Sixty patients with IUA confirmed by hysteroscopy in the Second People’s Hospital of Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from March 2020 to December 2020 were selected and randomly divided into the control group and the observation group, with 30 cases in each group. After the separation procedure for intrauterine adhesion, the observation group underwent the cyclic estrogen/progesterone therapy alone, while the observation group was administered the in-hospital preparation of Changmaile II in addition to the therapy of the observation group. Menstrual recovery, endometrial thickness, and the diagnostic grading scores of IUA after 3 menstrual cycles were measured in both groups. Results: After the treatment for 3 menstrual cycles, the total effective rate was higher in the observation group (73.33%) than in the control group (53.33%) (P 0.05). After treatment, the diagnostic grading scores of IUA were higher in the observation group than in the control group (P Conclusions: Changmaile II combined with estrogen and progesterone artificial cycle therapy could increase the menstrual volume and endometrial thickness of patients with intrauterine adhesion, while promoting the endometrial repair, with better efficacy than artificial cycle therapy alone.
Yongjiao Zhao, Ximing Zhao
Chinese Medicine, Volume 12, pp 185-195; https://doi.org/10.4236/cm.2021.123008

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The subjects of this study were 80 patients who underwent mixed hemorrhoids surgery in our hospital from January to October 2020 (mixed hemorrhoids external and internal ligation, internal hemorrhoids ligation or Xiaozhiling injection) and developed anal edge edema after surgery. According to the order of hospitalization, the patients were randomly divided into treatment group and control group, with 40 cases each. In the control group, blank hot pack was applied on the basis of anorectal No. 1 lotion for prevention and treatment of anal edge edema after operation; in the treatment group, hot pack of Traditional Chinese medicine was applied on the basis of anorectal No. 1 lotion for prevention and treatment of anal edge edema. The course of treatment was 7 days. The edema subsidence and postoperative pain scores were observed in both groups. Results: The scores of anal edema and pain in the treatment group were significantly lower than those in the control group (P Conclusion: Chinese medicine hot election package is effective in treating postoperative anal edema of mixed hemorrhoids, and the method is simple and suitable for clinical promotion.
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