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Evaluation Elements of Clinical 'Prohibition' 'Contraindication', or 'Use with Caution' in Chinese Medicine Based on Ancient and Modern Literature / 中国实验方剂学杂志
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-905945
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ABSTRACT
In view of the current controversy in the clinical evaluation of the terms of 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution', the present study summarized their evaluation elements to provide references for the classification of 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution' and clinical rational medication of drugs. Based on the ancient and modern representative traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) literature, such as the records on herbal medicines and prescriptions, medical classics, pharmacopoeia, clinical monographs, and papers, this study proposed the evaluation elements and the underlying ideas of 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution' around the risks and benefits of medication. The results indicate that the evaluation elements of 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution' include TCM property,syndrome,symptom, TCM compatibility,dosage,and treatment course. When evaluating 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution' of TCM under specific conditions of medication,we can determine the properties of prohibited or contraindicated drugs prior to figuring out the differences in 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution'. It is feasible to evaluate the clinical 'prohibition' 'contraindication', and 'use with caution' in TCM from Chinese medicine, body, and the clinical medication, which are correlated with each other in the practice implementation.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Experimental Traditional Medical Formulae Year: 2021 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Experimental Traditional Medical Formulae Year: 2021 Type: Article