Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Discussions of Medication Rule of Chief Physician Xu Jianqin in the Treatment of Bi Disease Based on Data Mining

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/phpm.2022.020204 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 162

Author(s)

Yuemei Liu 1, Xiaofeng Zhang 1, Houli Liu 1, Li He 1, Shuang Liu 1, Ting Zhou 1, Deng Qin 1, Jianqin Xu 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, 712046, China
2 Shaanxi Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Xi’an, 710000, China

Corresponding Author

Jianqin Xu

ABSTRACT

Objective: To provide new ideas for clinical diagnosis and treatment of arthralopathy through data mining of professor Xu Jianqin's characteristics of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) drug use in the treatment of arthralopathy, in order to provide data support for the inheritance of famous TCM experience. Methods: The effective prescriptions of professor Xu Jianqin of Changan Mi school in outpatient department for the treatment of Bi disease from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2021 were collected, and standardized input was conducted by the TCM inheritance auxiliary platform system (V2.5), and the frequency of medication, the meridian, sexual and flavors, and the rule of prescription composition were analyzed. Results: A total of 102 prescriptions of Bi disease were included, involving 117 TCMs. Among them, the first 8 TCMs were Salt eucommia ulmoides, Vinegar corydalis yanhusuo, Dioscorea collettii, Salt semen plantaginis, Acorus tatarinowii, Lindera aggregate, Smilax glabra, Ground beeltle. The proportion of warm drugs and sweet taste drugs was higher, and the main channels of TCM frequency > 300 were foot Jue Yin liver meridian (26.50%), foot Shaoyin kidney meridian (18.33%), foot taiyin spleen meridian (13.36%), hand taiyin lung meridian (9.12%). Four core TCM combinations and two new prescriptions were obtained. Conclusion: The application of TCM inheritance auxiliary platform software to explore and analyze professor Xu Jianqin's TCM characteristic experience in treating Bi disease. This research demonstrates professor Xu Jianqin's scientific treatment of Bi disease from two aspects of TCM inheritance theory and modern pharmacology, and provides a research basis for clinical differentiation, treatment of arthralgia, optimization of diagnosis, treatment scheme, research and development of new drugs.

KEYWORDS

Bi disease, Data Mining, Medication rule, Xu Jianqin

CITE THIS PAPER

Yuemei Liu, Xiaofeng Zhang, Houli Liu, Li He, Shuang Liu, Ting Zhou, Deng Qin, Jianqin Xu, Discussions of Medication Rule of Chief Physician Xu Jianqin in the Treatment of Bi Disease Based on Data Mining. MEDS Public Health and Preventive Medicine (2022) Vol. 2: 20-29. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/phpm.2022.020204.

REFERENCES

[1] Chen Yong, Yu Beijia, Xuan Yanan, etc. Taking rheumatoid arthritis as an example to interpret the essence of modern medicine of limb paralysis [J]. China Journal of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, 2020, 40(04): 493-496.
[2] Chen Shixian, Xu Juan, Zhu Junqing, etc. Research on the connotation and extension of Bi disease [J]. China Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2018, 38(10): 1247-1249.
[3] Zheng Ying, Tang Hongzhen. Clinical research progress of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of gouty arthritis [J]. International Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2021, 43(09): 941-945.
[4] Deng Changcui. The connotation of Professor Shen Fengjun's method of invigorating the kidney and activating blood and research on the medication rules for the treatment of "arthralgia" [D]; Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2019.
[5] He Li, Hu Xinghua, Liu Shuang et al. Professor Xu Jianqin's experience in treating acute gout with Chubi Zhitong Decoction [J]. Shaanxi Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2021, 42(09): 1273-1275.
[6] Huang Xueqi, Sha Zhenghua, Lin Hai et al. Wang Chengde treats rheumatism from dampness theory [J]. Chinese Journal of Basic Medicine of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2017, 23(08): 1121-1123.
[7] Yang Yaxu. Experimental study on melittin combined with Eucommia flavonoids in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis [D]; Yangzhou University, 2017.
[8] Wen Mingtao, Liang Xuezhen, Xu Bo et al. To explore the molecular mechanism of Eucommia ulmoides-Achyranthes in the treatment of femoral head necrosis based on network pharmacology [J]. Western Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2021, 34(08): 76-83.
[9] Shang Kun, Li Jingwen, Chang Meiyue, etc. Study on the pharmacological effects of Corydalis Corydalis [J]. Jilin Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2019, 39(01): 108-110.
[10] Xiao Yang, Li Guozheng. Research progress on the pharmacological effects of Bixie[J]. Shanxi Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2018, 34(07): 54-56.
[11] Chen Guangliang, Lv Hongxia, Wang Yuanyuan, et al. The preventive and therapeutic effects of total saponins of Achyranthes officinalis on sodium urate-induced acute gouty arthritis in rats [J]. Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2010, 26(01): 34-37.
[12] Yue Yue, Yu Jing, Gao Mingli. Professor Jin Mingxiu's experience in treating rheumatism with the method of "opening the gates of hell, cleaning up the house, and removing the gardens" [J]. Rheumatism and Arthritis, 2021, 10(09): 51-53+57.
[13] Zeng Jinxiang, Bi Ying, Xu Bingbing et al. Anti-gout effect of psyllium extract parts group [J]. Chinese Journal of Experimental Formulary, 2015, 21(08): 132-135.
[14] Xu Shuo, Xu Wenfeng, Liang Xiaoli, etc. Research progress on the chemical constituents and biological activities of Psyllium chinensis [J]. Northwest Journal of Pharmacy, 2019, 34(04): 567-570.
[15] Liu Yangjun, Qiu Tengying. Study on the anti-inflammatory and in vitro antibacterial effects of the microwave water extract of Shichangpu [J]. Strait Pharmacy, 2012, 24(06): 22-23.
[16] Deng Guiming, Xiang Biao, Xiao Xiaoqin, et al. Study on the pharmacodynamics of main chemical constituents of black medicine based on network pharmacology [J]. Chinese Herbal Medicine, 2018, 49(21): 5125-5133.
[17] Xing Mengyu, Tian Chongmei, Xia Daozong. Research progress on chemical constituents and pharmacological effects of black medicine [J]. Research and Development of Natural Products, 2017, 29(12): 2147-2151.
[18] Zhang Baijia, Liu Yaou, Liu Liu et al. Study on the anti-inflammatory, analgesic and diuretic effects of Tuckahoe and astilbin [J]. Pharmacology and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2004, 01): 11-12.
[19] Hu Mengmei. Isolation of chemical constituents and anti-inflammatory activity of Poria cocos [D]; Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2014.
[20] Chen Wenlong. Extraction, isolation, structural characterization and anti-inflammatory activity of polysaccharides from Poria cocos [D]; Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2014.
[21] Wang Fengxia, Ji Aiguo. Research progress on the chemical constituents and pharmacological effects of the medicinal soil soft-shelled turtle [J]. Chinese Journal of Biochemical Medicine, 2009, 30(01): 61-64.

Downloads: 222
Visits: 15304

Sponsors, Associates, and Links


All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.