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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-879089


Traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) injections boast a definite efficacy and have been widely used in clinic. However, the problems in medication safety have been attracted increasing attention. Pharmacokinetics is of significance to guiding TCM injection administration regimen design and improving safety and effectiveness in clinical use. In recent years, with the improvement of ideas, technology and methods of TCM studies, the pharmacokinetic studies of TCM injections have been broadly performed, with a notable progress. This paper reviewed the advance in pharmacokinetics studies of TCM injections in recent ten years, which mainly focused on pre-clinical concentration-time course, distribution, metabolism and excretion in vivo based on analysis techniques, pharmacokinetic interactions of constitutes, impact of pathological state, pharmacokinetic interactions between TCM injection and chemical drugs, and clinical pharmacokinetics studies of TCM injections, in the expectation of providing reference for studies on quality control, product development and rational clinical use of TCM injections.

Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Injections , Medicine, Chinese Traditional , Quality Control
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-846128


Shengmai Injection (SMI), is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) formula injection composed of Panax ginseng, Ophiopogon japonicas and Schisandra chinensis, which is widely used in clinic for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases as well as protecting against pulmonary disease and add-on therapy to cancer chemotherapy. In recent years, the pre-clinical basic research of SMI was widely performed. The studies, including chemical composition, in vivo process, and action mechanism and so on of SMI, helped to provide scientific foundation for revealing the material basis of formula. In this paper, the studies on material composition, pre-clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of this formula were summarized, so as to provide reference for the quality control, second development and rational clinical application of SMI.