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Journal of Central South University(Medical Sciences) ; (12): 351-355, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-815167


OBJECTIVE@#To determine effect and safety of ultra-low frequency and high frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on treating vascular Parkinson's syndrome (VPS) after stroke.@*METHODS@#The 0.1 Hz low frequency (n=21) and 5 Hz high frequency (n=21) rTMS were used to treat patients with VPS, and the false stimulation servered as a control group (n=18). The UPDRS score and Parkinson's Disease Questionnaire (PDQ) were chosen to evaluate the curative effect on PD. The patients were given anti-PD drugs continuously during the treatment.@*RESULTS@#UPDRS scores as well as I, II, and III scores after the treatment were significantly decreased in both the ultra-low frequency group and the high frequency group compared with those before the treatment (all P0.05). There was no significant difference in UPDRS scores between before and after the treatment in the control group (P>0.05), but PDQ scores were significantly decreased at the third month after the treatment compared with those of before and after treatment (P<0.05).@*CONCLUSION@#The low frequency and high frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation can safely improve the clinical symptoms and life quality of patients with VPS.

Humans , Parkinson Disease , Therapeutics , Quality of Life , Stroke , Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation , Treatment Outcome
Chinese Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ; (12): 188-191, 2011.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-412497


Objective To study the clinical effect of qi supplementation combined with rehabilitation on the severity of fatigue after ischcmic stroke in patients with qi deficiency. Methods Ninety ischemic stroke patients with qi deficiency were randomly divided into 3 groups of 30. The treatment group was treated with an oral decoction of qi-supplementing Chinese medicine and also rehabilitation. The Western medicine control group was treated with a Chinese medicine placebo, Western medicine and rehabilitation. The blank control group was treated with the Chinese medicine placebo and rehabilitation. All groups were evaluated using a stroke-specific quality of life scale ( SSQOL) and a fatigue severity scale (FSS) before and 4 weeks after treatment. Results After treatment, the average SS-QOL and FSS scores had improved significantly compared with those before treatment, especially in the two treatment groups. There was a significant difference between the treatment group and the Western medicine control group,and between the treatment group and the blank control group on both scales. There was also a significant difference between the Western medicine control group and the blank control group in terms of SS-QOL scores, but not FSSscores. Conclusion All 3 treatments alleviated fatigue in ischemic stroke patients with a qi deficiency. Qi supplementation combined with rehabilitation was the most effective, followed by Western medicine combined with rehabilitation.

Journal of Integrative Medicine ; (12): 276-81, 2007.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-449547


OBJECTIVE: To explore the clinical evaluation system reflecting the superiority and characteristics of comprehensive traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) therapy for acute stroke. METHODS: A randomized controlled trial with single blind in various therapeutic centers was applied on the patients with the acute stage of hemorrhagic stroke due to hypertension, who were allocated to the trial group and the control group. The trial group accepted the general Western medicine therapy and differential treatment of traditional Chinese medicine based on stage classification. Patients in the control group were treated with the general Western medicine and the placebo of traditional Chinese herbal medicine. The treatment effect was assessed at the 7th day, 14th day, 21st day, and 28th day of post-treatment and after 3-month follow-up. The clinical evaluation system included the syndromes of TCM (ZH), Glasgow coma standard (GCS), nerve functional failure (NF), activity of daily living (ADL), Barther index (BI), quality of life index (QLI) and functional activities questionnaire (FAQ). RESULTS: Four hundred and four patients with acute stroke were included. There were 178 cases with yang-syndrome and 21 cases with yin-syndrome in the trial group (n=199), and there were 165 cases with yang-syndrome and 40 cases with yin-syndrome in the control group (n=205). The rates of recovery and obvious improvement after 3-month treatment in the trial group and the control group were 86.5% and 73.6% respectively. There was significant difference between the two groups (P<0.01). The response sensitivity of the effect items indicated that the sensitivity of GCS began to increase from the 7th day and was high at the 14th day and the 21st day for all patients. The response sensitivity of the NF scale was high for all patients at the 14th day, the 21st day and the 28th day. The BI scale and the QLI scale were sensitive to the patients with light and middle stage of stroke at the 21st day, and were sensitive to the patients with light stage of stroke after 3-month follow-up. The FAQ scale was sensitive to the light stroke at the 21st day and after 3-month follow-up. The ADL scale was sensitive to all patients at the 28th day and the patients with light stage of stroke after 3-month follow-up. The ZH scale was sensitive to all patients from 0 to 7d, the 14th day, and the 28th day. The principle components analysis indicated these 7 items could reflect the condition of stroke from 0-7d, the 21st day and after 3-month follow-up, and could be used to evaluate the therapeutic effect of hemorrhagic stroke. ZH scale and FAQ scale were more sensitive than other effect items at the 28th day. CONCLUSION: The seven items (GCSbNFbBIbQLIbFAQbADLbZH) have high sensibility to all patients in the acute stage of hemorrhage stroke especially at the 21st day. The ZH score will change in accord with the condition of stroke, and is appropriate to reflect the condition of stroke. It is believed that the seven items can form the system of effect evaluation in different stages of stroke, and the ZH scale is a very important item.

China Pharmacy ; (12)2001.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-524975


OBJECTIVE:To observe the influence of total Saponin of Frucius Tribuli on hemorheological and thrombosis in vitro in model rats with blood stasis.METHODS:The model rats were randomly divided into control,model,ligustrazine and total saponin of Frucius Tribuli(high,medium,and low dosage)group,all administered drugs through stomach irriga?tion.Except the control group,blood stasis models were established in the rest five groups,and hemorheological parameters and thrombosis indices were determined in these groups.RESULTS:In the model group,blood viscosity increased;red blood cell electrophoresis period was prolonged;fibrinogen content,thrombus length and weight increased too.However,blood viscosity,red blood eletrophoresis period,fibrinogen content as well as the wet and dry weight and length of thrombus in mice of total saponin group decreased significantly,as compared with the model group(P

Chinese Pharmacological Bulletin ; (12)1987.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-550004


Pachycarpine given intravenously (10~20mg/kg) to anesthetized rabbits markedly increased the force of contraction of the anterior tibialis musculi for 30 minsimultaneously. It significantly increased the work made by rabbit anterior tibialis musculi. It markedly plo-longed the mice swimming time. It also significantly increased the muscle evoked action potential induced by electrical stimulation on anterior tibialis musculi of rabbit.