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JOURNAL OF BEIJIGN UNIVERSITY OF TRADITIONAL CHINE ›› 2015, Vol. 38 ›› Issue (7): 501-504.doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1006-2157.2015.07.015

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Chinese medical syndrome distribution of infertility based on prescription guided by corresponding theory of formulas and syndromes: a literature review

LIU Yan1, CHEN Jia-xu2, ZOU Xiao-juan1, KOU Mei-jing1, LIU Yue-yun2, JIANG Rui-xue1, DAI Hong1, JIANG You-ming2   

  1. 1 School of Preclinical Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 100029;
    2 School of Preclinical Medicine, Hubei University of Chinese Medicine
  • Received:2015-01-16 Online:2015-07-30 Published:2015-07-30

Abstract: Objective To explore the rules of Chinese medical syndrome distribution of infertility based on the analysis of prescription, so as to provide scientific basis for clinical practice and research. Methods A literature searching of VIP, Wangfang data, CNKI and CBM was performed. After all the formulas and medicines extracted from the literature were input EpiData2.0 and analysed by using SPSS 18.0 software, the catagory, frequency, rate and channels were obtained. Results 144 citations were identified. The use frequency of Chinese medicinal herbs ranked from high to low were drugs for invigorating blood circulation, drugs for yang-tonifying, drugs for enriching blood, drugs for qi-tonifying, drugs for clearing heat, drugs for regulating the flow of vital energy and removing obstruction toit, drugs for yin-tonifying, drugs for clearing damp and promoting diuresis, drugs for relieving exterior syndrome, drugs for warming interior and drugs for removing phlegm. The channel tropism of medicines ranked from high to low were liver meridian, kidney meridian, spleen meridian, stomach meridian, lung meridian and heart meridian. Conclusion According to the analysis of medicine types and channel tropism based on the corresponding theory of formulas and syndromes, the main syndromes of infertility were syndrome of stagnation of liver qi, syndrome of deficiency of kidney qi, syndrome of deficiency of kidney yang, syndrome of deficiency of kidney yin, syndrome of dampness-heat in uterus, syndrome of static blood blocking in uterus, syndrome of yin deficiency of liver and kidney, syndrome of stagnation of liver qi and spleen deficiency and syndrome of deficiency of spleen qi and stomach qi.

Key words: infertility, corresponding theory of formulas and syndromes, analysis of formulas and medicines, syndrome distribution, literature research

CLC Number: 

  • R271.14