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Analysis on the Experience of Mishi Xiaoyu Decoction in Treating Gout of Spleen Deficiency and Phlegm Stasis

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DOI: 10.23977/medcm.2022.040108 | Downloads: 19 | Views: 229

Author(s)

Yue Li 1, Yang Xiao 2

Affiliation(s)

1 The First Clinical Medical College of Shaanxi University of Chinese Medincine, Xianyang, Shaanxi, 712046, China
2 Shaanxi Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Second Department of Endocrinology, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710003, China

Corresponding Author

Yang Xiao

ABSTRACT

Gout is called arthralgia syndrome in traditional Chinese medicine, and its symptoms are often discomfort such as redness, swelling, heat, pain, acid distension, activity disorder and so on. Doctors have different understanding of its etiology and pathogenesis. In his long-term clinical practice, Dr. Xiao Yang concluded that the etiology and pathogenesis of gout was "spleen deficiency, phlegm and blood stasis". Based on this, Mishi Xiaoyu Jiangzhuo decoction was designed to treat gout, mainly to reduce the symptoms of acute gout and prolong the interval. Reduce the frequency of acute attacks. In clinical practice, the prescription has different emphasis according to different stages of gout, age of patients, deficiency of vital qi, etc., such as pain relief in acute stage, recuperation of spleen, stomach, liver and kidney function during intermission, strengthening spleen and replenishing qi and reducing turbidity in young people, and removing blood stasis and reducing turbidity in middle-aged and elderly people, probably because young people do not decline, phlegm turbidity is heavy, blood stasis is light, fatigue is damaged in middle-aged and elderly people, and long-term illness leads to phlegm and blood stasis. In the treatment, we should also take into account the physiological status of spleen and stomach, liver and kidney deficiency, plus take care of the spleen and stomach, protect Yin fluid drugs, the following from the clinical treatment of medical records to provide ideas for the clinical application of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of gout.

KEYWORDS

Gout, Mishi Xiaoyu Jiangzhuo decoction, Spleen deficiency and phlegm stasis type, experience, Xiao Yang

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Yue Li, Yang Xiao, Analysis on the Experience of Mishi Xiaoyu Decoction in Treating Gout of Spleen Deficiency and Phlegm Stasis. MEDS Chinese Medicine (2022) Vol. 4: 50-53. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/medcm.2022.040108.

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