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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-707050

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Objective To discuss the stool coccobacillus flora features between lung diseases patients and non-lung diseases patients for confirming homotherapy for the lung and the large intestine ideology based on the lung and large intestine being interior-exteriorly related theory. Methods Totally 112 patients were divided into lung diseases group (47 cases) and non-lung diseases group (65 cases) by cross-sectional study. Questionnaire survey for patients was used, including general demographic information, lung diseases and course of disease, non-lung diseases and course of disease, medication, diet, sleep, emotional, physical and stool. Stool specimens were collected and smear method was used to detect the ratio of coccus. Results 3 cases were lost in the lung diseases group and 5 cases were lost in the non-lung diseases group. Stool coccobacillus mean proportionality was 0.78 in lung diseases group, and 0.35 in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.041). Stool gram negative bacilli mean value was 56.59% in lung diseases group, and 65.50% in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.040). Stool gram positive coccus mean value was 33.52% in lung diseases group, and 23.80% in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.004). There were 23 cases of stool gram negative bacilli aberrant type in lung diseases group, and 44 cases in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.038). There were 21 cases of loss of appetite in lung diseases group, and 14 cases in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance(P=0.012). There were 23 cases of constipation in lung diseases group, and 19 cases in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.044). There were 15 cases of loose stool in lung diseases group, and 9 cases in non-lung diseases group, with statistical significance (P=0.033). Conclusion Lung diseases patients occur to alteration of intestinal flora potentially. And symptoms include loss of appetite, constipation, loose stool, which occur to lung diseases patients significantly, indicating lung and large intestine tend to exist homopathy. It is important to homotherapy for the lung and the large intestine based on the lung and the large intestine being interior-exteriorly related.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-687406

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The prescription of clinical curative effect has promoted the formation and development of the dominant diseases in traditional Chinese medicine, but it has been controversial for a long time because its mechanism has not been effectively explained. Breaking the gap between animal/cell research and clinical research, and understanding the mechanism of dominant diseases in traditional Chinese medicine based on evidence-based medicine has become an important breakthrough in this scientific issue. Therefore, based on evidence-based medicine, we established the research concept that "originating from clinic, testing in experiment, returning to clinic". Taking the classic formula (Jinqi Jiangtang formula) treating diabetes as an example to find characteristic markers of diabetes supported by evidence-based medicine from clinic. We used the reverse analysis strategy of the response of characteristic markers to explore the intervention mechanism of Jinqi Jiangtang formula on characteristic markers. Then, we verified the key signaling molecules of the metabolic regulation of the Jinqi Jiangtang formula in clinic. The research ideas and key technologies for the mechanism of treatment of diabetes by Jinqi Jiangtang formula based on evidence-based medicine are formed, and it is expected to provide research reference for explaining the mechanism of dominant diseases in traditional Chinese medicine based on evidence-based medicine.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-687334

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With the growth of number of Chinese patent medicines and clinical use, the rational use of Chinese medicine is becoming more and more serious. Due to the complexity of Chinese medicine theory and the uncertainty of clinical application, the prescription review of Chinese patent medicine always relied on experience in their respective, leading to the uncontrolled of clinical rational use. According to the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory and characteristics of the unique clinical therapeutics, based on the practice experience and expertise comments, our paper formed the expert consensus on the prescription review of Chinese traditional patent medicine for promoting the rational use of drugs in Beijing. The objective, methods and key points of prescription review of Chinese patent medicine, were included in this expert consensus, in order to regulate the behavior of prescription and promote rational drug use.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-275466

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Angelicae Sinensis Radix, with nourishing Yin, promoting blood circulation, and moisturizing dryness functions, is commonly used in clinical medicine. In order to investigate the effects and mechanism of Angelica sinensis(AS) on Th1/Th2 and Th17/Treg in mice with asthma and Yin deficiency syndrome, asthmatic and Yin deficiency syndrome Balb/c mice models were established by injecting and inhaling ovalbumin(OVA) and thyroxin. The models were treated with dexamethasone(DXM), AS extract and AS extract+DXM, respectively. Pathological examination of lung tissues was conducted by HE staining, and ELISA was used to detect the levels of IL-4, IL-17, IFN-γ, TGF-β as well as retinoic acid receptor-related orphan receptor (RORγt). Results showed that AS could significantly improve the situation of inflammation infiltration, increase ratios of IFN-γ/IL-4 and TGF-β/IL-17, decrease the levels of RORγt in lung tissues. The AS+DXM group showed a best treatment effect. The results indicated that AS played a therapeutic role for asthma with Yin deficiency syndrome and improved airway inflammation by inhibiting the expression of RORγt in lung tissues and regulating the balance of Th1/Th2 and Th17/Treg.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-261233

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<p><b>OBJECTIVE</b>To compare the clinical features of children with different clinical forms of congenital hepatic fibrosis (CHF), and provides a description of the characteristics of childhood CHF.</p><p><b>METHODS</b>Sixty children with CHF between January 2002 and June 2015 were enrolled, including 26 children with portal hypertensive CHF (PH CHF), 3 children with cholangitic CHF, 30 children with combined portal hypertensive and cholangitic CHF (mixed CHF), and 1 child with latent forms of CHF. The medical data of 26 children with PH CHF and 30 children with mixed CHF, including gender, age, clinical manifestations, physical signs, laboratory tests and imaging characteristics, were retrospectively studied.</p><p><b>RESULTS</b>Fever, jaundice and hepatomegaly were more frequently noted in children with mixed CHF than in those with PH CHF (P<0.05). Splenomegaly and liver cirrhosis occurred more often in children with CHF, but there was no significant difference in the incidences of splenomegaly and liver cirrhosis between the children with PH CHF and mixed CHF. The plasma prothrombin activity, white blood cell counts, platelet counts, mean platelet volume, serum levels of alanine transaminase, aspartate transaminase, alkaline phosphatase, γ-glutamyl transferase, leucine aminopeptidase, and total bile acids in children with mixed CHF were higher than in those with PH CHF (P<0.05). The decreased international normalized ratio and lower serum albumin levels were more frequently observed in children with mixed CHF than in those with PH CHF (P<0.05).</p><p><b>CONCLUSIONS</b>PH and mixed CHF are common forms in childhood CHF. The children with the two forms of PH usually manifest portal hypertension such as cirrhosis and hepatosplenomegaly. The liver damage may be common in children with mixed CHF.</p>


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Adolescent , Alkaline Phosphatase , Blood , Child , Female , Genetic Diseases, Inborn , Diagnosis , Humans , Liver Cirrhosis , Diagnosis , Male , Splenomegaly
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