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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Changes of hemorheological parameters and action of lipid peroxidation in rats with blood stasis syndrome.
Network-based biomarkers for cold coagulation blood stasis syndrome and the therapeutic effects of shaofu zhuyu decoction in rats.
Experimental study on metabonomics of coronary heart disease myocardial ischemia of blood stasis syndrome based on the NOESY pulse NMR.
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.
The levels of E of patients with blood stasis syndrome (BSS) were decreased further (Pgreater than 0.
Comparison of Baseline Data between Groups: There was no significant difference among the healthy control group (Control) the blood stasis syndrome group (BSS) and the non-blood stasis syndrome group (NBSS) in age body mass index (BMI) menopausal time and smoking history (Pgreater than 0.
The blood stasis syndrome is the main type of TCM types for CHD.
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.
Blood stasis syndrome, on the other hand, would be treated by a method promoting blood flow that involved the injection of Chuanxiong piperazine (an extract of Chuanxiong) [16].
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", blood stasis syndrome, is one of the pathological concepts unique to Japanese traditional medicine.
Liao Fu-Long (1994) Treatment of blood stasis syndrome and hemorheology.