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Study on the technical specification of Miao doctor's medicinal acupuncture therapy for interventional cancer pain
Hui-Li Shui, Zhu Yang, Feng-Xi Long, Wen-Qi Huang, Bing Yang, Zhen Zhang, Dong-Xin Tang
93TMR Cancer    2019, 2 (2): 157-161.   https://doi.org/10.12032/TMRC201800042
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Miao doctor sputum acupuncture is an effective method for treating cancer pain.
Operational standard operation of Miao doctor sputum acupuncture treatment for cancer pain.

Editor’s Summary

The treatment of cancer pain is limited and the treatment effect is not satisfactory. Miao doctor's acupuncture treatment may be an effective treatment. This provides a new strategy for clinical treatment of cancer pain.

Abstract

Objective: Under the guidance of the theory of Miao medicine, the technical norm scheme for intervention of acupuncture and moxibustion for the treatment of cancer pain is proposed. Methods: The standard operation procedure of the intervention of the acupuncture and moxibustion acupuncture therapy for cancer pain was formulated according to the selection of acupoints in the Miao medicine Tianying acupoint, sputum manipulation method, and the routine operations such as medicine, acupuncture and canning. Results: A set of technical specifications for the treatment of cancer pain in a mobilized Miao doctor was sorted out. Conclusion: The sputum acupuncture treatment technique specification for cancer pain is easy to operate and easy to be applied in clinical application.

Literature Research on Drug Use Regulation of Miao Medicine in Suppression of Gastric Cancer
Hui-Li Shui, Zhu Yang, Feng-Xi Long, Wen-Qi Huang, Bing Yang, Zhen Zhang, Dong-Xin Tang,
92Medical Data Mining    2019, 2 (1): 31-38.   https://doi.org/10.12032/mdm2018013
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Objective: To investigate the rule of medication used by Miao medicine to inhibit gastric cancer. Methods: Taking the coil named Miao Medicine of Chinese Materia Medica as data source, formulating "drug name" + "gastric cancer" or "drug name" + "stomach tumor" as the key words to search papers in China Knowledge Network, Weipu Chinese database, Wanfang database to gather drugs that have the effect of inhibiting gastric cancer, this paper made statistical analysis from the views of Wu Xing, Zou Guan, Ru Jia, Efficacy and Toxicity. Results: There are 81 kinds of drugs that suppress stomach cancer eligible for inclusion. And the Soil Xing medicines are the mainstay in the Wu Xing classification, accounted for 70.4%; the distribution of Zou Guan drugs are dominated by Middle and Interior Guan drugs which accounted for 87.7%; Every kinds of Jia group was involved in the distribution of Jiu Jia groups, but the Body Jia, abdomen Jia, Lung Jia and Cave Jia have the most frequent occurrences accounted for 66.9%; the efficacy distribution mainly includes antidote and tonification accounted for 71.6%; the toxicity distribution mostly is non-toxic drugs which is up to 70 kinds. Conclusion: Treating poison and tonifying body are mainly used in the treatment of gastric cancer in Miao medicine, with Middle and Interior Guan medicine, most of which are non-toxic drugs effective in disease location.
Literature on the law of Miao medicine in treating liver cancer
Huili Shui
5TMR Clinical Research    2018, 1 (1): 25-40.   https://doi.org/10.12032/TMRClinicalRes201800013
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Aims:Through the literature review of Miao medicine for liver cancer, this paper discussed the law of Miao medicine for liver cancer.Methods: Using "Zhonghua Bencao Miao medicine" as the source of literature, the search term was prepared to search the related literature of CNKI database and Wanfang database for the treatment of liver cancer in the Miao medicine from May 2018. The qualified drugs were used to conduct statistical analysis on their family genus, medicinal property, medicinal taste, regression and efficacy.Results: A total of 132 flavors of Miao medicine for liver cancer were included, and the high-frequency family was compositae, liliaceae, and rosaceae, accounting for 22.8%. The medicine was mainly cold medicine, accounting for 75.8%. The main taste of medicine was bitter, hot and sweet, accounting for 75.5%. The main parts of longitude are hot longitude and cold longitude, accounting for 90.5%. Drugs are mainly used to cure poison, tonifying body and vent the blood , a total of 80.4%. Conclusions: Miao medical treatment of liver cancer is based on the dialectic of cold and heat,with proper use of tonifying body and vent the blood drugs.
Clinical effects of digital acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing for scapulohumeral periarthritis in Zhuang medicine
Zhou De-Wen, Zhou Kai, Guo Li, Lu Yan, Huang Ge-Lang
Traditional Medicine Research    2017, 2 (3): 139-143.   https://doi.org/10.12032/TMR201707050
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Digital acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing could significantly reduce the pain of shoulder and improve the joint function of shoulder.

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Acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing is a special treatment for scapulohumeral periarthritis in Zhuang nationality, one of the minority nationalities of China.

Abstract

Objective: To observe the clinical effect of digital acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing of Zhuang medicine in the therapy of scapulohumeral periarthritis. Methods: 160 patients with scapulohumeral periarthritis were randomly divided into the treatment group and control group with 80 patients in each group. The treatment group was treated with digital acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing of Zhuang medicine. The control group was treated with intermediate frequency therapy apparatus. All the treatments were given once a day for 4 weeks, Then the effective rate as well as the scores of shoulder pain and joint inflammation,were calculated. Results: The shoulder pain score of the treatment group was 3.49±0.98, while that of control group was 5.33±1.26 (P < 0.05). The shoulder joint inflammation score in the treatment group was higher than that of the control group (73.24±7.20 vs 60.71±10.46, P < 0.05). these results suggested that 4 weeks of treatments improved the shoulder function. Moreover, the effective rate of the treatment group was higher than that of the control group (86.25% vs 63.75%). Conclusion: Digital acupoint pressure combined with hot ironing in Zhuang medicine could relieve joint pain of patients with scapulohumeral periarthritis and improve their shoulder mobility.

Clinical efficacy of combined skin acupuncture and external washing therapy of Zhuang nationality medicine in the treatment of chronic eczema
Zu-Ling Jiang, An Huang, Gui-Yan Deng, Jing Xu, Jing Tang, Feng-Zhen Liang
Traditional Medicine Research    2018, 3 (5): 237-242.   https://doi.org/10.12032/TMR201813082
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The clinical efficacy of combined skin acupuncture and external washing therapy of Zhuang nationality medicine in the treatment of chronic eczema was superior to that of mometasone furoate cream.

Editor’s Summary

Two exquisite bronze needles which were early used in skin acupuncture of Zhuang nationality medicine, belonging to the period between the Western Zhou dynasty to the Spring and Autumn Period (1046 B.C. - 476 B.C.), were discovered at an archaeological site in a tomb.

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Objective: To evaluate the clinical efficacy of combined skin acupuncture and external washing therapy of Zhuang nationality medicine in the treatment of chronic eczema. Methods: One hundred and twenty patients with chronic eczema were randomly divided into an experimental group (60 cases) and a control group (60 cases). The experimental group was treated with skin acupuncture combined with external washing therapy, and the control group was treated with externally applied mometasone furoate cream. The patients’ symptoms and total severity were scored and analyzed before and after the 4-week treatment. The symptoms scored included: erythema, papule/hard swelling, epidermal exfoliation, mossy lesion, exudation/scab, and pruritus. Clinical efficacy and adverse reactions were compared before and after the 4-week treatment. Results: Scores for the different kinds of skin derogation, pruritus symptoms, the eczema area, and severity index (EASI) were all reduced after the treatments. Pruritus symptoms and EASI scores in the experimental group were lower than those of the control group (P < 0.05). The total effective rate in the experimental group was 81.03%, which was much higher than the 61.11% in the control group (Z = -2.391, P = 0.017). Conclusion: The clinical efficacy of combined skin acupuncture and external washing therapy of Zhuang nationality medicine in the treatment of chronic eczema was better than that of mometasone furoate cream.

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