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The TCM Archaic Literature Research on Gastralgia

Author HuangJunMin
Tutor HuangSuiPing
School Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Course Traditional Chinese Medicine
Keywords Stomach pain Ancient Chinese Medical Literature Fang Pharmacy Statistics
CLC R256.3
Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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Objective: stomach pain and called epigastric pain is epigastric or near the pit of the stomach at the main symptoms of pain syndromes. Stomach pain is a common clinical disease, generally including the Western medicine acute and chronic gastritis, gastric neurosis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, gastroptosis etc.. However, for chronic gastritis and gastric neurosis is not particularly effective method of Western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of stomach pain with clinical symptoms improved significantly, the efficacy of certain unique advantages. Through the study of Chinese herbs treatment of epigastric pain understanding of the system, in order to better guide clinical. Methods: Records retrieved in the electronic publication \Recipe data standardization and the establishment of a database, analysis data were statistically analyzed using frequency analysis, combined with the understanding of ancient physicians stomach pain, the use of Chinese medicine theory to the analysis of statistical results. Results: the study of is recorded Narikata 309 of 219 kinds of medication type, medication total frequency is 2505 times. 309 Narikata in decoctions and pills Dan agent. Preliminary findings Chronicles stomach pain Treatment drug law: Han Dynasty to treat stomach pain prescription drugs used tonic medicine, relieving drugs to, diarrhea prescription, Huatanzhike, asthma drugs, the drug most commonly used temperature inside; Sui, Tang and Song Dynasties tonic medicine, warm in medicine, qi medicine, anthelmintic and dampness drug most commonly used; Jin and Yuan Dynasties temperature in medicine, tonic medicine, qi medicine, blood circulation drugs, most commonly diarrhea drugging; Ming Dynasty to qi drug complement dummy drug, the temperature inside medicine, blood circulation drugs, dampness drugs most commonly used; Qing Dynasty tonic medicine, qi medicine, blood circulation drugs, relieving drugs, the temperature inside drug most commonly used; treatment received at the Institute tonic medicine, qi drug, the temperature inside medicine, blood stasis drugs, dampness drugs most commonly used of all prescription stomach pain, the five cumulative frequency of 62.7%. The overall trends from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, the types of drugs used to treat stomach pain: drug of qi, blood stasis drugs, water Shenshi medicine, digestion medicine use frequency gradually increased, the frequency of use of tonics generally remained stable, large fluctuations in the frequency of use of other classes of drugs, no significant changes in trends. High frequency of drug distribution and composition, the use of a higher frequency of drug are tonic medicine, qi medicine and temperature medicine, tonics especially qi medicine mainly prompted our stomach pain treatment should be based on tonic qi, warm as the main principle. Conclusions: The above study, combined with the learning experience and mentoring by the inspection, the following conclusions: (a) The Commission solicited due, flexible differentiation: 1. Visiting the source of disease in the Qi; 2. qi, the temperature in the treatment of stomach pain of the commonly used methods; 3. chills and fever jumbled by, be Acrid bitter drop; 4. medication frequency of changes in the law: the temperature inside drug use there is a decreasing trend, at the same time antipyretic have an upward trend. (B) to grasp the the dialectical essentials to accurately dialectical. (C) medication nursed back to health and try to prevent the condition changes.

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