TCM psoriasis starts with blood
Psoriasis, commonly known as psoriasis, is characterized by the appearance of pimples of various sizes, erythema, covered with silver-white scales, a clear boundary, and is often found on the scalp, with limbs extended and adjacent.
More men than women.
Spring and winter are prone to relapse or aggravation, while summer and autumn are more likely to recover.
Recently, a study carried out by the Department of Dermatology of the Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the University Affiliated to the Capital Special Administrative Region has concluded a set of methods for treating psoriasis by famous Chinese medicine experts.
After comparing this method with the treatment method of the Chinese medicine physician’s own identification syndrome, the researcher believes that the treatment methods developed by famous Chinese medicine experts are more helpful to the unified and standardized treatment of psoriasis by traditional Chinese medicine, so as to promote the application in primary medical institutions.
Statistics show that the previous incidence of psoriasis reached zero.
123%, and 87.
Recurrent attacks occur in 4% of patients.
Due to the variety of clinical syndrome types of psoriasis and the different treatment methods, it is difficult to form a unified standard.
The researchers first analyzed and summarized the literature reports on psoriasis in traditional Chinese medicine, and found that although the physicians of the past generations had different emphases on syndrome differentiation, the essence of “blood” was common.
To further summarize the evidence bases of doctors, after screening doctors’ prescriptions, the researchers classified psoriasis into three types of treatment: blood heat, blood dryness, and blood stasis. At the same time, they established basic prescriptions for blood heat, blood dryness, and blood stasis.In addition, there is also a doctor’s prescription for adding and subtracting medicine from experienced doctors based on the combined certificate.
The researchers also used a prospective, multi-center, large-sample, random, single-blind, controlled method to group 413 patients with psoriasis vulgaris in Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Guang’anmen Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences.treatment.
Among them, 200 patients in the treatment group took standard prescriptions based on experience established by traditional Chinese medicine experts, and 213 patients changed to internal treatment.
It was found that the treatment group was always effective to repeat 59.
0%, total effective budget 61 per year.
There was no significant difference in homogeneity, both in terms of overall benefit and improvement in individual symptoms and different syndromes.
Experts believe that although the method still needs to be further improved, the treatment of psoriasis from the “blood” theory, and the treatment of the disease with blood heat, blood dryness, and blood stasis type 3 can be replaced in clinical practice.