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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-882567

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Objective:To evaluate the clinical effect of Limb dysfunction after the comprehensive treatment of ischemic stroke by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).Methods:A total of 160 patients with limb dysfunction after ischemic stroke. Who in line with the inclusion criteria, were randomly divided into 2 groups by random number table, 80 cases each. These patients were treated in Multicenter Union Hospital from June 2017 to Janunry 2019. The patients in the control group were given basic Western medicine treatment and rehabilitation training, while the patients in the observation group were given a comprehensive treatment combined with traditional Chinese medicine based on the control group (Chinese herbs, herbal fumigation and ear point press). Both groups were treated for 4 weeks and follow-up for 2 months. The Fugl-Meyerscale were used to evaluate the degree of limb dysfunction and balance dysfunction, the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale were used for assessing the damage extent of nerve function, the Barthel index for evaluating the mobility of daily life. The clinical efficacy was evaluated according to the method of Brunnstrom assessment.Results:After treatment, the Limb strong spasm (1.57 ± 0.36 vs. 1.98 ± 0.53, t=5.724), Hemianesthesia (1.37 ± 0.31 vs. 1.80 ± 0.36, t=8.096), Inhibited bending and stretching (1.31 ± 0.25 vs. 1.84 ± 0.46, t=9.055) in the observation group were significantly lower than those in the control group ( P<0.01). The Fugl-Meyer activity and balance rating in the observation group were significantly higher than those in the control group ( t values were 2.739, 4.705, respectively, P<0.05 or P<0.01). The total effective rate of observation group was 93.3% (78/80), the control group was 73.3% (71/80), and there exist statistical significance ( χ2=4.783, P=0.028) in the two group’s comparative difference. Conclusion:The comprehensive TCM treatment can improve the hemiplegia syndrome of ischemic stroke patients and their limb activity and balance function, promote their neural functional recovery, enhance the activity of their daily life and clinical efficacy.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-659021

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Objective To investigate the value of early trophic feeding on maintenance of the integrity of intestinal mucosa barrier in severe traumatic patients.Methods The seriously traumatic patients were eligible for enrollment to this study from January 1st,2014 to March 31st,2015 in the intensive care unit of Xiangcheng People's Hospital.All patients were randomly divided into early enteral nutrition (EEN)group and the control group.Within 12 to 24 hours after ICU admission,all patients were fed on enteral nutrition.In the EEN group,the nutrient was reached to 25% of target nutrient amount [104.6 kJ/ (kg · d)],and in the control group,the nutrition was reached to 60% of the target nutrient amount.Comparisons of feeding intolerance,incidence of newly developed lung infection,the total length of hospital stay,ICU medical costs,and the markers of mucosa barrier function including lactulose/mannitol ratios (L/M),serum lactic acid level,and diamine oxidase (the first day,the third day and the seventh day) between two groups were carried out.Results Of them,56 patients were treated with early enteral nutrition.Early enteral feeding intolerance and ICU associated infection complications were significantly lower in EEN group than those in control group (P =0.012,P =0.046).There were no significant differences in ICU associated infection complications,the length of ICU stay,the length of hospital stay,ICU medical costs,L/M ratios,D-lactic acid level and diamine oxidase concentration between the two groups (P=0.135,P=0.126,P =0.223,P =0.235).Conclusions Under the seriously traumatic stress,the significantly increased intestinal mucosal permeability will be occurred early.In patients with early trophic feeding,the intestinal mucous membrane barrier function can be improved,thus decreasing ICU associated infection complications and incidence of feeding intolerance.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-657198

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Objective To investigate the value of early trophic feeding on maintenance of the integrity of intestinal mucosa barrier in severe traumatic patients.Methods The seriously traumatic patients were eligible for enrollment to this study from January 1st,2014 to March 31st,2015 in the intensive care unit of Xiangcheng People's Hospital.All patients were randomly divided into early enteral nutrition (EEN)group and the control group.Within 12 to 24 hours after ICU admission,all patients were fed on enteral nutrition.In the EEN group,the nutrient was reached to 25% of target nutrient amount [104.6 kJ/ (kg · d)],and in the control group,the nutrition was reached to 60% of the target nutrient amount.Comparisons of feeding intolerance,incidence of newly developed lung infection,the total length of hospital stay,ICU medical costs,and the markers of mucosa barrier function including lactulose/mannitol ratios (L/M),serum lactic acid level,and diamine oxidase (the first day,the third day and the seventh day) between two groups were carried out.Results Of them,56 patients were treated with early enteral nutrition.Early enteral feeding intolerance and ICU associated infection complications were significantly lower in EEN group than those in control group (P =0.012,P =0.046).There were no significant differences in ICU associated infection complications,the length of ICU stay,the length of hospital stay,ICU medical costs,L/M ratios,D-lactic acid level and diamine oxidase concentration between the two groups (P=0.135,P=0.126,P =0.223,P =0.235).Conclusions Under the seriously traumatic stress,the significantly increased intestinal mucosal permeability will be occurred early.In patients with early trophic feeding,the intestinal mucous membrane barrier function can be improved,thus decreasing ICU associated infection complications and incidence of feeding intolerance.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-476383

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Objective To find the similarities and differences between SD rat and C 57 mouse models of chronic renal failure established by 5/6 nephrectomy ,and select an appropriate experimental animal for the study of the treatment and prevention of chronic renal failure .Methods 60 SD rats and C57 mice were randomly and equally divided into 5/6 nephrectomy group and sham operatied group .The mice and rats were killed at 4 weeks , 8 weeks and 12 weeks after the operation, respectively.Serum and renal tissue samples were collected for the detection and analysis of renal function andα-SMA.Results There was no significant difference in the survival rates between the rat and mouse models (P>0.05). The serum creatinine and urea nitrogen in the 5/6NX rat group showed a stable state at 8-12 weeks, which was different from that of the 5/6NX mouse group.Conclusions A 5/6 nephrectomy mouse model of chronic renal failure is successfully established .Although both 5/6 NX mouse and rat groups appear progressive renal failure after the operation , their disease processes are not quite the same .In clinic, appropriate experimental animals should be selected according to the length of the observation period in order to accurately show the disease states .

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-579249

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AIM:To observe the effect of Huayu Qutan Decocion on patients with cerebral infarction. METHODS: 63 patients with cerebral infarction were randomized into treatment group and control group.The treatment group was given symptomatic therapy and Huayu Qutan Decoction.The control group was given symptomatic therapy and Aspirin tablets.After 14 days of treatment,the changes in score of the nerve function defect grades,the ability of activities of daily living and blood viscosity were observed. RESULTS: After a comparison between two groups,the symptomatic improvement of treatment group was more better than that in control group (P

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