blood stasis syndrome

blood stasis syndrome

Chinese medicine
A term defined in the context of traditional Chinese medicine, which views the slowing of blood flow as a result of a disruption in the heart’s qi (chi, living force). As here defined, blood stasis is manifest as haemorrhage, congestion, thrombosis and local ischaemia.

Mainstream medicine
See Blood pooling.
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Clinical reports and studies have confirmed that almost all the DN patients had different degree manifestation of blood stasis syndrome, throughout the course of the disease [14-16].
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, thrombotic disorders are described as blood stasis syndrome [8].
Changes of hemorheological parameters and action of lipid peroxidation in rats with blood stasis syndrome. Zhongguo Yi Xue Wu Li Xue Za Zhi 13, 142-143.
Objectives: To investigate the difference of serum estrogen serum lipids and inflammatory factors levels in postmenopausal women with coronary heart blood stasis syndrome and non-blood stasis syndrome.
According to the criteria for differentiating syndromes, for example, a red tongue with yellow coating, constipation, vexation, yellow urine, a rapid pulse and a dry mouth with a bitter taste belong to the heat syndrome category; while phlegm or phlegmatic sound in the throat, listlessness or apathy, fat, heaviness in the head, moist greasy fur on the tongue and an enlarged tongue belong to the phlegm syndrome category; and a dark or purplish tongue, headache, cyanotic lips, and string pulse are features of the blood stasis syndrome.
Korean medical doctors (KMDs) focus on the PD subtype, namely, the zheng or syndrome, for example, cold-dampness stagnation or qi stagnation and blood stasis syndrome [7,10].
Keishi-bukuryo-gan (Gui-Zhi-Fu-Ling-Wan) (KBG) is one of the prescriptions in Japanese traditional medicine for improving the "oketsu" syndrome, so-called blood stasis syndrome. "Oketsu" syndrome is an important pathological conception in Japanese traditional medicine and often accompanies cerebro-vascular disorders.
From December 2014 to June 2015, the study team recruited 144 AP patients from 4 hospitals of Tianjin (Tianjin hospital of TCM, Baokang Hospital of Tianjin University of TCM, Tianjin Nankai Hospital, and Wuqing hospital of TCM in China) willing to join in the trial and meeting the inclusion criteria (72 patients falling into "Qi stagnation and blood stasis" syndrome, 12 patients in each symptomatic assemblage type; 72 patients falling into Qi deficiency and blood stasis syndrome, 12 members in each symptomatic assemblage type).
Blood Stasis Syndrome (BSS) is one of the most common PI and is related to a variety of diseases.
Studies have shown that platelet activation, thrombosis, and restenosis after coronary stenting are closely related to blood stasis syndrome [8, 9].
We have established a mode conducted by four biological parameters, which could distinguish CHD patients with blood stasis syndrome from nonblood stasis syndrome patients by means of C5 Decision Tree [2] and a recognition pattern of CHD patients with Qi deficiency syndrome based on artificial neural network method [3].
Liu, "Plasma metabolomics study on blood stasis syndrome of coronary heart disease," Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, vol.