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2TMR Integrative Medicine  2019, 3: e19007.       DOI: 10.12032/TMRIM201903007
    
Banxiashengjiangdaizheshi decoction combined with warm acupuncture in the treatment of 10 cases of postoperative gastroparesis of gastric cancer
Gang Ye1,*()
1Longyou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Zhejiang, China.
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Banxiashengjiangdaizheshi decoction combined warm acupuncture have the function of invigorating stomach and removing turbid, warming yang and lowering reverse.

Abstract

Objective: To study the treatment of postoperative gastroparesis in patients with gastric cancer.Methods 18 patients with gastroparesis after gastric cancer surgery were divided into two groups, including 10 patients in the observation group and 8 patients in the control group. The observation group was treated with traditional Chinese medicine combined with warm acupuncture and moxibustion, and the control group was treated with western medicine.Results After 7 days treatment, there was significant difference in cure rate and total effective rate between the two groups (P < 0.01), and the treatment group was obviously superior to the control group.Conclusion Traditional Chinese medicine combined with warm acupuncture is effective in the treatment of postoperative gastroparesis of gastric cancer.



Key wordsGastroparesis      TCM      Warm acupuncture      Gastric cancer     
Published: 10 April 2019
Corresponding Authors: Ye Gang   
E-mail: 83571968@qq.com
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Gang Ye. Banxiashengjiangdaizheshi decoction combined with warm acupuncture in the treatment of 10 cases of postoperative gastroparesis of gastric cancer. 2TMR Integrative Medicine, 2019, 3: e19007.  

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https://www.tmrjournals.com/im/EN/10.12032/TMRIM201903007     OR     https://www.tmrjournals.com/im/EN/Y2019/V3/IVolume 3/88888

Case Number of cases (male/female) Age (average age) Type of anastomosis Pathological changes
Observation group 10 (7/3)* 35~88
(67.5
years old)*
bi I/bi II (6/4)* Gastric antrum 5,
Gastric angle 2,
Gastric body 2,
Cardiac 1*
Control group 8 (5/3) 44~85
(65.6
years old)
bi I/bi II (4/4) Gastric antrum 4,
Gastric body 3,
Gastric angle 1
Table 1 Comparison of general data between the two groups
Case Cure Effective No avail Cure rate Total effective rate
Observation group 5 4 1 50%* 90%*
Control group 1 2 5 12.5% 37.5%
Table 2 comparison of treatment results between two groups
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