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    TREATMENT

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    ;52?W_0rJ.Acup-Mox.Vo1.1D,No.4,December,2000 ;Sh0rtReport

    ;TREATMENTOF80CASESOF

    ;BLooD.LETTING,CUPPING

    ;HERPESZOSTERWITH

    ;ANDSUBCUTANEOUS

    ;INJECTIONOFDRUGS

    ;ZhangHong(张弘)

    ;Dept.ofPhysiotherapy,Air-ForceGeneralHospital,BeOing100036,China

    ;Herpeszosterisacommonderrnatosisin ;clinic.Itresultsfrominfectionofherpeszoster ;vhusandischaracterizedbyclustersofblisters, ;violentpain,etc..Itbringsthepatientwith ;greatsufferings.Delayedorimpropertreatment ;witlresultinsecondaryinflammationorremnant ;neuralgia.Sometimes,theseverepainmaylast ;quiteafewyearsandevengetslingeringinspite ;ofhealingoftheherpes.Weadoptedcombined

;therapiesofbloodletting,cuppingandsuhcuta

    ;neousinjectionofdrugstotreatitandachieveda ;bettertherapeuticeffect.Hereisthereport. ;CLlNlCALDATA

    ;Thisseriesoftreatmentcontained80cases ;ofherpeszosterpatientsincluding48malesand ;32females.Theyoungestwas12yearsandthe ;oldest65years,withanaverageof43.7years. ;Theshortestdurationofdiseasewas3daysand ;thelongest28days.Amongthem,theherpes ;distributedintheintercostalnerveareain39 ;cases.inthesciaticnerveareain24cases,inthe ;brachialplexusareain10cases,inthetrigemi

    ;nalnerveareain4cases,andinthegreateroc

    ;cipitalnerveareain3cases.47patientshadonce ;receivedmedicationtreatmentinotherhospitals ;butwithoutanysignificanttherapeuticeffect. ;TREATMENTMETHODS

    ;Askedthepatienttotakeasuitableposition ;tofullyexposetheinjuredskinregion.After ;r0utinesterilizationofboththelocalherpesskin ;areaandthethreeedgedneedleorplumblossom

    ;needle.thelocalareawasprickedortappedtill ;theherpeswerebrokencompletely.Thenper

    ;formedcuppingovertheprickedregionwithone ;ormorecupstoletthefluidandbloodcontaining ;toxicsubstances(poisonousfluidorblood)out ;(theabsorbedpoisonousbloodvolumewasbased ;onthesizeoftheinjuredskin,generallyabout3 ;

    ;50mleverytime).Afterremovingthecup ;(orcups)andcleaningawaythebloodstainon ;theskin,alargedoseofVirazoleandVitB12in

    ;iectowasinjectedintothesubcutaneoustissues ;oftheherpesregion(accordingtothesizeofthe ;herpesregion,about230mlofVirazoleand1

    ;

    ;15gofVitBl2wereusedonce).Thetreat

    ;mentwasconductedoncedaily.Iftheherpes ;distributedonthescalp,thebloodlettingplus

    ;cuppingtreatmentwasgivenafterremovingthe ;hair.Iftheherpesdistributedintheunevenskin ;region,oneorafewofvacuumsuctioncupswith ;asmallerdiameterwereusedorathickneedle

    ;wasusedtoprickthelocalskinforsqueezingthe ;

    ;WorldJ.Acup-Mox.Vo1.10,No.4,December,2000?53? ;poisonousbloodbeneaththeherpesafterwards ;STANDARDSFOREVALUATING

    ;THETHERAPEUTICEFFECT

    ;Cured:After13sessionsoftreatment.

    ;thepainwasrelievedcompletelyandtheherpes ;becameshriveled,presentedscabordisappeared. ;Improved:After13sessionsoftreat

    ;ment,thepainwasrelievedconsiderably,partial ;herpesbecameshriveledandformedcrust. ;Ineffective:After13sessionsoftreat

    ;ment,clinicalsymptomsandsignshadnoany ;apparentchangesorthestateofdiseasewors

    ;ened.

    ;RESULTS

    ;Ofthe80cases,59(73.5%)werecured

    ;andtherest21(26.25%)improved.Noone ;hadsecondaryinfectionorunderwentremnant ;neuralgia.

    ;TYPICALCASES

;Case1.MsXu,aged63years.Atthat

    ;time,shehadsufferedfromclustersofblisters ;(similartomungbeaninsize)withstabbing ;painontheleftbackformorethan20days.She ;triedtreatmentwithoraladministrationofvari

    ;oustypesofantiviroticssuchasMoroxydine, ;Aciclovix,etc.andanalgesicsandwithexternal ;applicationofcalaminelotionandgentianbut ;withoutanysignificanttherapeuticeffect.Her ;herpesregiongraduallyspreadtothesternocostal ;partandthebackpartontheleftsidewithse

    ;verepain.Shecouldnotfallasleepduringwhole ;night.Whenshevisitedourhospital,mostof ;theherpeshadalreadygotinfectiouswithlarge ;amountofpurulentsecretion.Shewastreated ;withlocalprickingblood,cuppingandsubcuta

    ;neousinjectionofVirazole(30m1)andVitBl2

    ;(15mg)withabout40mlofblooddischarged. ;Afteronetreatment,shefeltherpainalleviated ;andshehadagoodsleepatthatnight.Onthe ;followingday,herpainwasrelievedcompletely ;andherherpesbecameshriveledtoformcrust.

    ;Oneweeklater.thecrustfelloffinsuccession. ;Case2.Gao,aboyof12yearsold.Six

    ;daysago(atthattreatment),clustersofblisters ;asbigasthemungbeanappearedontheright ;back,subaxillaryregionandtheupperlimbs ;withconcurrentpainintherightbackandthe ;rightupperlimb.OraladministrationofMorox

    ;ydine,Aciclovix,IsatisRootGranulefor5days

    rayirradiation(3times), ;andlocalultraviolet

    ;hisherpesbecameshriveledtoformcrustbasical

    ;ly,buthestillfeltpainintherightbackandthe ;rightupperlimb,aggravatedduringnight.He ;wasthentreatedwithlocalprickingblood,cup

    ;pingandsubcutaneousinjectionofVirazole(2 ;m1)andVitB12(1mg)withabout3mlofblood

    ;discharged.Followingonetreatment,hispain ;wasrelievedimmediately.Onthefollowingday, ;hefelthispainalleviatedcompletely. ;DISCUSSION

    ;IntraditionalChinesemedicine,herpes ;zosterisalsocalledas”chanyaohuodan”,

    ;

;shedan”or”chuanyaolong’’andoftenresults

    ;fromretentionofdampheatintheinteriorofthe

    ;bodyoriginallyandadditionalaffectionbyexoge

    ;noustoxicpathogen.Thetoxicpathogenand ;damp-heatpathogencombinedtogethertoblock ;

    ;?

    ;54?WorldJ.Acup-Mox.Vo1.10,No.4,December,2000 ;thesmoothflowingofthemeridianqiand

    ;blood,leadingtopalnduetOblockageofmeridi

    ;ans.Thetoxicpathogenaccumulatesinthe ;Xue,.fenandthedampandheatcementtohin-- ;derthefreeflowofqiandblood,followedby ;occurrenceofskinblisters.Prickingbloodand ;cuppingcanfunctionindischargingthetoxic ;pathogenandclearingawaydamp--heatinthein?? ;teriorofthebody,andremovingbloodstasisin ;thecollaterals.Thismeansthatincaseofdisor

    ;dersofXue,itistreatedbyregulating

    ;meridian-ccIllaterals.

    ;Modernmedicineholdsthatherpeszoster ;resultsfromherpesvirusinfection.Topicalin

;jectionofVirazoleandVitB12candirectlyacton

    ;thelocalfocustOsuppresstheactivityand ;growthofthevirusandtonourishnerves.

    ;Myclinicalpracticedemonstratesthatthe ;abovementionedtherapeuticmethodsarequite ;effective,rapidinachievingeffect,hasnoside ;effectsandissuitabletObeusedparticularlyfor ;violentneuralgiapatients.Generally,ifthepa

    ;tientistreatedintime,evenonetreatmentcan ;relievethepatient’Spainimmediately.’

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