CN101152257A - Traditional Chinese medicine for treating exogenous injury - Google Patents

Traditional Chinese medicine for treating exogenous injury Download PDF

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CN101152257A
CN101152257A CNA200710132742XA CN200710132742A CN101152257A CN 101152257 A CN101152257 A CN 101152257A CN A200710132742X A CNA200710132742X A CN A200710132742XA CN 200710132742 A CN200710132742 A CN 200710132742A CN 101152257 A CN101152257 A CN 101152257A
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A traditional Chinese medicine for remedying the traumatism fracture belongs to the traditional Chinese medicine for remedying the fracture. The traditional Chinese medicine consists of 20g of 20g of willow branch, 60g of mulberry twig, 60g of drynaria rhizome, 30g of suberect spatholobus stem and 30g of panax notoginseng. The dosage materials in the prescription are all made from natural traditional Chinese herbal medicines by the traditional processing method. The materials can be easily gotten; the prescription and the preparation method are simple; the expense for preparing the medicine is low. The compatibility of the traditional Chinese herbal medicines is simple; the medicines used in the medicine prescription are all natural herbal medicines which can be conveniently gotten and used; the manufacturing method is simple; the curative effect after being taken is good; the medicine price is cheap, and the medicine is especially fit for people who live at the remote small villages away from villages and towns to use. The treatment expense for the patient with the disease of the traumatism fracture is low, which solves the treatment problem, which is caused by low family income, poor living and lack of local medical treatment condition. No adverse reaction occurs during the treatment process that the patient takes the prescription.

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The Chinese medicine of treatment exogenous injury
Technical field
The present invention relates to a kind of Chinese medicine for the treatment of fracture, particularly a kind of Chinese medicine for the treatment of exogenous injury.
Background technology
Fracture is meant the integrity or the destroyed person of seriality of sclerotin.How because of the external force effect, tumbling down, sprain and contusion, extruding, heavy burden, strain etc. cause.Disease sees in the bone that fracture, comminuted osteocomma, the bone that wrecks to occur overlapping, hemorrhage redness, and fracture pain is unbearably.
At present, when people's paralysis has the exogenous injury disease, in the flourishing city of medical condition, people are hospital treatments, generally all be to use Western medicine or have an injection and treat, and in the small towns, more particularly away from the small towns, outlying village is when people's paralysis has the disease of exogenous injury, because family income is low, living in penury, the locality lacks medical condition, needs expensive travelling expenses to go to the flourishing city of medical condition to go to seek medical advice if want to cure the disease, the medical expense of hospital and medical expenses costliness in addition, people's treatment of often not going sick, the recovery from illness of giving free rein to, therefore some patient has incured loss through delay treatment opportunity.
Summary of the invention
The objective of the invention is to provide a kind of: the Chinese medicine of the treatment exogenous injury that expense is cheap.
The technical scheme that solves its technical problem employing is: form: Ramulus Salicis Babylonicae 20 grams, and Ramulus Mori 60 grams, Rhizoma Drynariae 60 grams, Caulis Spatholobi 30 restrains, Radix Notoginseng 30 grams.
Beneficial effect: owing to adopted such scheme, the material that makes up a prescription in the prescription all uses natural Chinese herbal medicines, adds that then traditional concocting method is made, material is easily got, prescription and preparation method are simple, and preparation medicine expense is cheap, has reached purpose of the present invention.This Chinese herbal medicine compatibility is simple, employed medicine uses natural herbal fully in the pharmaceutical formulation, it is convenient to get, use, and manufacture method is simple, and it is good to take therapeutic effect, drug price is cheap, can adapt to the people that live in away from small towns, outlying village especially and use, have people's medical expense of exogenous injury disease cheap, solve because family income is low to paralysis, living in penury, locality lack the problem that medical condition is cured the disease.
This Chinese herbal medicine is a prescription handed down from one's ancestors, cures mainly exogenous injury.Usage: will go up approximately and grind into powder, and transfer and mix Chinese liquor; After the reduction of the fracture, the affected part of applying ointment or plaster was changed 1 time on the 3rd.Use this prescription to treat exogenous injury patient 256 examples, wherein use cure 87 examples a course of treatment, account for 34%; Use cure 93 examples two courses of treatment, account for 36%; Use cure 51 examples three above courses of treatment, account for 20%; Disease controlling 24 examples account for 9%; Readily good therapeutic effect 2 examples account for 1%, and obvious to exogenous injury disease cured rate effect, the patient of readily good therapeutic effect only accounts for 1%, and paralysis person takes in the therapeutic process of this prescription, does not produce untoward reaction.
The specific embodiment
Embodiment 1: form: Ramulus Salicis Babylonicae 20 grams, Ramulus Mori 60 grams, Rhizoma Drynariae 60 grams, Caulis Spatholobi 30 grams, Radix Notoginseng 30 grams.

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1. a Chinese medicine for the treatment of exogenous injury is characterized in that: form: Ramulus Salicis Babylonicae 20 grams, Ramulus Mori 60 grams, Rhizoma Drynariae 60 grams, Caulis Spatholobi 30 grams, Radix Notoginseng 30 grams.
CNA200710132742XA 2007-09-18 2007-09-18 Traditional Chinese medicine for treating exogenous injury Pending CN101152257A (en)

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CN103417635A (en) * 2013-08-15 2013-12-04 张荣惠 Bone setting medicine
CN110075166A (en) * 2019-06-10 2019-08-02 阿拉善盟驼乡兽药有限公司 A kind of bone-knitting Chinese medicament preparation and preparation method thereof

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
CN103417635A (en) * 2013-08-15 2013-12-04 张荣惠 Bone setting medicine
CN110075166A (en) * 2019-06-10 2019-08-02 阿拉善盟驼乡兽药有限公司 A kind of bone-knitting Chinese medicament preparation and preparation method thereof

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