CN111110810A - Traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture and preparation method thereof - Google Patents

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CN111110810A
CN111110810A CN202010034992.5A CN202010034992A CN111110810A CN 111110810 A CN111110810 A CN 111110810A CN 202010034992 A CN202010034992 A CN 202010034992A CN 111110810 A CN111110810 A CN 111110810A
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Abstract

The invention relates to a traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture, which comprises the following components in parts by weight: 5-8 parts of rheum officinale, 5-8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3-6 parts of phellodendron amurense, 5-8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5-8 parts of notopterygium root, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 5-8 parts of cassia twig, 5-8 parts of liquorice, 5-8 parts of turmeric, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae, 5-8 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5-8 parts of peach kernel, 2-5 parts of clove, 3-5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2-5 parts of safflower carthamus, 5-8 parts of monkshood and 1-3 parts of radix aconiti agresti. The invention also provides a preparation method of the traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture by using the components. The traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture provided by the invention has the effects of promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and promoting bone growth and healing, and can achieve the purpose of gradually relieving the accompanying pain in the treatment process, so that the traditional Chinese medicine formula can be widely applied to the technical field of traditional Chinese medicines.

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Traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture and preparation method thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of traditional Chinese medicines, in particular to a traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture and a preparation method thereof.
Background
Traumatic fracture is a common fracture injury which frequently occurs in daily life and work, and the fracture is often caused by traumatic hematoma fracture, so that the face color is painful, haggard is shaggy, the daily free movement of a patient is influenced, and a large burden is brought to families. In the prior art, the method for treating the traumatic fracture is to treat the traumatic fracture by bone nail fixation, bone marrow filling and other modes for promoting the growth of new bone cells, the treatment period is long, the treatment process is complex, the operation cost is high, and the pain feeling in the healing process is accompanied.
Therefore, a drug for external use capable of reducing the pain accompanying the treatment is under study.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to solve the technical problems, the technical scheme provided by the invention is as follows:
a traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture comprises the following components in parts by weight: 5-8 parts of rheum officinale, 5-8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3-6 parts of phellodendron amurense, 5-8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5-8 parts of notopterygium root, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 5-8 parts of cassia twig, 5-8 parts of liquorice, 5-8 parts of turmeric, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae, 5-8 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5-8 parts of peach kernel, 2-5 parts of clove, 3-5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2-5 parts of safflower carthamus, 5-8 parts of monkshood and 1-3 parts of radix aconiti agresti.
Further, the feed comprises the following components in parts by weight: 5 parts of rhubarb, 5 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3 parts of phellodendron, 5 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5 parts of notopterygium root, 5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 5 parts of cassia twig, 5 parts of liquorice, 5 parts of turmeric, 5 parts of angelica dahurica, 5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5 parts of peach kernel, 2 parts of clove, 3 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2 parts of safflower, 5 parts of monkshood and 1 part of kusnezoff monkshood root.
Further, the feed comprises the following components in parts by weight: 8 parts of rhubarb, 8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 6 parts of phellodendron, 8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 8 parts of notopterygium root, 8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 8 parts of cassia twig, 8 parts of liquorice, 8 parts of turmeric, 8 parts of angelica dahurica, 8 parts of panax notoginseng, 8 parts of peach kernel, 5 parts of clove, 5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 5 parts of safflower carthamus, 8 parts of monkshood and 3 parts of radix aconiti agrestis.
Further, the feed comprises the following components in parts by weight: 6.5 parts of rhubarb, 6.5 parts of scutellaria, 4.56 parts of phellodendron, 6.5 parts of atractylodes, 6.5 parts of notopterygium root, 6.5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 6.5 parts of cassia twig, 6.5 parts of liquorice, 6.5 parts of turmeric, 6.5 parts of angelica root, 6.5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 6.5 parts of peach kernel, 3.5 parts of clove, 4 parts of nutgrass galingale rhizome, 3.5 parts of safflower, 6.5 parts of monkshood and 2 parts of kusnezoff monkshood root.
The invention also provides a technical scheme that:
the traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture is prepared by the following steps:
mixing a certain amount of radix et rhizoma Rhei, Scutellariae radix, cortex Phellodendri, Atractylodis rhizoma, Notopterygii rhizoma, radix Angelicae Pubescentis, ramulus Cinnamomi, Glycyrrhrizae radix, Curcuma rhizome, radix Angelicae Dahuricae, Notoginseng radix, semen Persicae, flos Caryophylli, rhizoma Cyperi, Carthami flos, radix Aconiti and radix Aconiti Kusnezoffii respectively to obtain Chinese medicinal mixture;
putting the traditional Chinese medicine mixture into a grinder to be ground into powder with certain fineness for later use;
and (3) putting the powder into a sealed bag according to the specification of 30g of each bag, and storing the sealed bag in a dry and cool place for later use.
Further, in use:
firstly, boiling a clay porcelain bowl in water, and fishing the bowl for later use;
pouring the prepared powder into a porcelain bowl, immediately adding boiling water into the porcelain bowl to be mixed into a thick paste, and cooling for later use;
pouring egg white into the pasty mixture, and stirring again to be viscous for later use;
transferring the pasty mixture obtained after stirring again to prepared bandage, spreading, applying on affected part, and finally wrapping with bandage.
Further, during preparation, the fineness of the obtained powder is 50-150 meshes after the traditional Chinese medicine mixture is crushed into powder.
Further, the weight ratio of the egg white to the pasty mixture is 1:6-2: 3.
After the traditional Chinese medicine formula and the using method are adopted, the invention has the following advantages:
the traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture provided by the invention has the effects of promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and promoting bone growth and healing, and can achieve the purpose of gradually relieving pain in the treatment process.
Detailed Description
The present invention is described in further detail below.
According to the pharmacology of the traditional Chinese medicine, the traditional Chinese medicine composition provided by the invention can achieve the purposes of activating blood circulation to dissipate blood stasis, gradually promoting the growth of bone cells until the fracture is healed, can quickly relieve the pain and discomfort of the fracture of a patient in the treatment process, and has strong functionality.
The traditional Chinese medicine provided by the invention comprises the following components: radix et rhizoma Rhei, Scutellariae radix, cortex Phellodendri, Atractylodis rhizoma, Notopterygii rhizoma, radix Angelicae Pubescentis, ramulus Cinnamomi, Glycyrrhrizae radix, Curcuma rhizome, radix Angelicae Dahuricae, Notoginseng radix, semen Persicae, flos Caryophylli, rhizoma Cyperi, Carthami flos, radix Aconiti, and radix Aconiti Kusnezoffii. The process of treating traumatic fracture by adopting the Chinese medicinal composition is as follows.
Example one
A traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture comprises the following components in parts by weight: 5 parts of rhubarb, 5 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3 parts of phellodendron, 5 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5 parts of notopterygium root, 5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 5 parts of cassia twig, 5 parts of liquorice, 5 parts of turmeric, 5 parts of angelica dahurica, 5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5 parts of peach kernel, 2 parts of clove, 3 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2 parts of safflower, 5 parts of monkshood and 1 part of kusnezoff monkshood root.
When the formula for treating the fracture is prepared by utilizing the traditional Chinese medicines in the proportion: mixing the components in the ratio to obtain a traditional Chinese medicine mixture for later use;
then putting the traditional Chinese medicine mixture into a grinder to be ground into powder of 50 meshes for later use;
and finally, putting the ground powder into a sealed bag according to the specification of 30g of each bag, and storing the sealed bag in a dry and cool place for later use.
When in use, firstly, a porcelain bowl is boiled in water, and the bowl is fished up for standby;
pouring the prepared powder into a porcelain bowl, immediately adding boiling water into the porcelain bowl to adjust the powder into a viscous paste, and cooling the paste for later use;
pouring the egg white and the pasty mixture into the pasty mixture according to the weight ratio of 1:5, and stirring the mixture into a viscous state again for later use;
transferring the pasty mixture obtained after stirring again to prepared bandage, spreading, applying on affected part, and finally wrapping with bandage.
After the traditional Chinese medicine formula and the using method provided by the invention are used, the aim of curing can be achieved within 70-100 days.
Example two
A traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture comprises the following components in parts by weight: 8 parts of rhubarb, 8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 6 parts of phellodendron, 8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 8 parts of notopterygium root, 8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 8 parts of cassia twig, 8 parts of liquorice, 8 parts of turmeric, 8 parts of angelica dahurica, 8 parts of panax notoginseng, 8 parts of peach kernel, 5 parts of clove, 5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 5 parts of safflower carthamus, 8 parts of monkshood and 3 parts of radix aconiti agrestis.
The preparation method and the use method are the same as those of the first embodiment, but the fineness after crushing is 150 meshes.
The weight ratio of the egg white to the pasty mixture is 2: 3.
EXAMPLE III
A traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture comprises the following components in parts by weight: 6.5 parts of rhubarb, 6.5 parts of scutellaria, 4.56 parts of phellodendron, 6.5 parts of atractylodes, 6.5 parts of notopterygium root, 6.5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 6.5 parts of cassia twig, 6.5 parts of liquorice, 6.5 parts of turmeric, 6.5 parts of angelica root, 6.5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 6.5 parts of peach kernel, 3.5 parts of clove, 4 parts of nutgrass galingale rhizome, 3.5 parts of safflower, 6.5 parts of monkshood and 2 parts of kusnezoff monkshood root.
The preparation method is the same as that of the first example, but the fineness of the crushed powder is 100 meshes, and the weight ratio of the egg white to the pasty mixture is 1: 2.
Example four
In this embodiment, the effect of the technical solutions provided in the present invention and the first to third embodiments is verified.
The clinical patients with the same or similar degree of traumatic fracture are divided into three groups, specifically an experimental group using the traditional Chinese medicine provided by the invention, a control group using the traditional Chinese medicine for treatment and a blank group only using a splint for fixation, and the operation of the splint for fixation is the same as the experimental group and the control group. The number of people in each group was 15.
The experimental results obtained are shown in table 1 below.
TABLE 1 results of clinical experiments
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The experimental results show that the affected part is treated by using the traditional Chinese medicine formula provided by the invention in an external application mode, and the healing effect can be achieved after a growth cycle.
For the patient with a older age, the cure period is longer than that of the patient with a faster metabolism due to the slower metabolism, but the aim of curing can be achieved after a period of treatment, and the pain can be reduced more quickly in the treatment process.

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1. The traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture is characterized by comprising the following components in parts by weight: 5-8 parts of rheum officinale, 5-8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3-6 parts of phellodendron amurense, 5-8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5-8 parts of notopterygium root, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 5-8 parts of cassia twig, 5-8 parts of liquorice, 5-8 parts of turmeric, 5-8 parts of radix angelicae, 5-8 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5-8 parts of peach kernel, 2-5 parts of clove, 3-5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2-5 parts of safflower carthamus, 5-8 parts of monkshood and 1-3 parts of radix aconiti agresti.
2. The traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 1, which is characterized by comprising the following components in parts by weight: 5 parts of rhubarb, 5 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 3 parts of phellodendron, 5 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 5 parts of notopterygium root, 5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 5 parts of cassia twig, 5 parts of liquorice, 5 parts of turmeric, 5 parts of angelica dahurica, 5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5 parts of peach kernel, 2 parts of clove, 3 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 2 parts of safflower, 5 parts of monkshood and 1 part of kusnezoff monkshood root.
3. The traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 1, which is characterized by comprising the following components in parts by weight: 8 parts of rhubarb, 8 parts of scutellaria baicalensis, 6 parts of phellodendron, 8 parts of bighead atractylodes rhizome, 8 parts of notopterygium root, 8 parts of radix angelicae pubescentis, 8 parts of cassia twig, 8 parts of liquorice, 8 parts of turmeric, 8 parts of angelica dahurica, 8 parts of panax notoginseng, 8 parts of peach kernel, 5 parts of clove, 5 parts of rhizoma cyperi, 5 parts of safflower carthamus, 8 parts of monkshood and 3 parts of radix aconiti agrestis.
4. The traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 1, which is characterized by comprising the following components in parts by weight: 6.5 parts of rhubarb, 6.5 parts of scutellaria, 4.56 parts of phellodendron, 6.5 parts of atractylodes, 6.5 parts of notopterygium root, 6.5 parts of pubescent angelica root, 6.5 parts of cassia twig, 6.5 parts of liquorice, 6.5 parts of turmeric, 6.5 parts of angelica root, 6.5 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 6.5 parts of peach kernel, 3.5 parts of clove, 4 parts of nutgrass galingale rhizome, 3.5 parts of safflower, 6.5 parts of monkshood and 2 parts of kusnezoff monkshood root.
5. A traditional Chinese medicine formulation for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 1, which is prepared by:
mixing a certain amount of radix et rhizoma Rhei, Scutellariae radix, cortex Phellodendri, Atractylodis rhizoma, Notopterygii rhizoma, radix Angelicae Pubescentis, ramulus Cinnamomi, Glycyrrhrizae radix, Curcuma rhizome, radix Angelicae Dahuricae, Notoginseng radix, semen Persicae, flos Caryophylli, rhizoma Cyperi, Carthami flos, radix Aconiti and radix Aconiti Kusnezoffii respectively to obtain Chinese medicinal mixture;
putting the traditional Chinese medicine mixture into a grinder to be ground into powder with certain fineness for later use;
and (3) putting the powder into a sealed bag according to the specification of 30g of each bag, and storing the sealed bag in a dry and cool place for later use.
6. The method for preparing a traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 5, wherein, in use:
firstly, boiling a clay porcelain bowl in water, and fishing the bowl for later use;
pouring the prepared powder into a porcelain bowl, immediately adding boiling water into the porcelain bowl to be mixed into a thick paste, and cooling for later use;
pouring egg white into the pasty mixture, and stirring again to be viscous for later use;
transferring the pasty mixture obtained after stirring again to prepared bandage, spreading, applying on affected part, and finally wrapping with bandage.
7. The preparation method of the traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 5, wherein during preparation, the fineness of the obtained powder is 50-150 meshes after the traditional Chinese medicine mixture is pulverized into powder.
8. The method for preparing a traditional Chinese medicine formula for treating traumatic fracture according to claim 6, wherein the weight ratio of the egg white to the pasty mixture is 1:6-2: 3.
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