Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2020, Page: 12-15
Analysis of TCM Syndrome Types of Manic Disorder: Data from Clinical Therapy of TCM and Western Medicine
Sun Fengli, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Li Wei, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Yu Fang, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Song Xinyu, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Liu Jie, The Second College, Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University, Hangzhou, China
Chen Fengpei, The Second College, Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University, Hangzhou, China
Zhu Jianfeng, The Second College, Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University, Hangzhou, China
Gao Zhihan, Department of Clinical Psychology, Hangzhou Geriatric Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Ma Yongchun, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Chen Jiong, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Xing Baoping, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China
Chen Song, Mental Health Center, Medical College of Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Jin Weidong, Department of Psychiatry, Zhejiang Province Mental Health Center, Zhejiang Province Tongde Hospital, Hangzhou, China; Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University, Hangzhou, China
Wang Zhiqiang, Department of Psychosomatic, Chuiyangliu Hospital, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Received: Dec. 22, 2019;       Accepted: Dec. 30, 2019;       Published: Feb. 14, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijcm.20200401.12      View  206      Downloads  36
Abstract
Objective: to analyze the distribution characteristics and composition ratio of Chinese medicine syndrome in manic disease from the published literature on the combined treatment of manic mania by Chinese and Western medicine. Methods: to collect literature from Chinese database, to analyze and classify the cases that meet the standard combined treatment of Chinese and Western medicine, analyze the distribution of different syndromes and composition ratio. Results: 1385 cases were studied. Among them, 48.95% were phlegm fire disturbance to the mind, 20.50% were stagnation of phlegm and heat, 12.37% were liver and gall depression heat, 10.76% were qi stagnation and blood stasis, and 7.51% were fire injury Yin. Conclusion: The first three syndrome can cover more than 80% of the proportion. The contribution degree of the first three is also higher.
Keywords
Mania, Chinese Medicine Mania, Chinese Medicine Syndromes, Proportion, Contribution Degree
To cite this article
Sun Fengli, Li Wei, Yu Fang, Song Xinyu, Liu Jie, Chen Fengpei, Zhu Jianfeng, Gao Zhihan, Ma Yongchun, Chen Jiong, Xing Baoping, Chen Song, Jin Weidong, Wang Zhiqiang, Analysis of TCM Syndrome Types of Manic Disorder: Data from Clinical Therapy of TCM and Western Medicine, International Journal of Chinese Medicine. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2020, pp. 12-15. doi: 10.11648/j.ijcm.20200401.12
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