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A Literature Study of Jianwang(健忘) : Forgetfulness(Amnesia)
Yu Geum-Ryoung ; Chang Gyu-Tae ; Kim Jang-Hyun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 1~16
A literature study was progressed for oriental medical diagnosis and treatment for Jianwang(健忘) : forgetfulness(amnesia). In orental medicine, the reason of Jianwang(健忘) was congenital insufficiency(稟賦不足), meditational excessiveness(思慮過多), deficiency of heart(心虛), phlegm retention(痰飮), deficiency of kidney(腎裏), breakdown of the normal physiological coordination between the heart and the kidney(心腎不交), blood stasis(瘀血). The method of medical treatment was invigorating vital energy and enriching the blood(大補氣血), invigorating the heart and nourishing blood(補心養血), dissipating phlegm and relieving mental stress(化痰寧神), regulating the spleen corresponds to earth(理脾土), invigorating the heart and the kidney(補心腎), reinforcing the liver and the kidney(培肝腎), promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis(活血祛瘀) and etc. Herbal medication was followed as those method. The prescription was commonly used as Guibitang(歸脾湯), Insuksan(仁熟散), Chunwangbosimdan(天王補心丹), Susunghwan(壽星丸), Samjohwan(蔘棗丸) and etc.
The Literatual Study on the Growth Disorder
Jung Yeon-Hee ; Kim Yun-Hee ; Yoo Dong-Yeol ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 17~62
Recently lots of books on the process of growing have been published on adolescence and their parents hope to grow tall but yet lacked the correct knowledge. Before helping the growth of body, the best way is to do away with the check factors of the human body. Therefore oriental and occidental medicine study on the inhibition of growth and the result of case study about life therapy, kinesiatrics, including medical therapy are as follows: The habits that help the process of growing are deep sleep, balanced diets, daily physical exercise, good posture. It is essential for people to relieve stress. The physical exercises that promote the process of growing are as follows: to stretch out, daily suitable exercise which stimulates the metabolism of human body to increase levels of growth hormone and excite growth plate, to hasten the process of growing, Oriental medicine causes on the inhibition of growth show many factors: kidney trouble is the inhibited cause, spleen ailment is the acquired ground. The lack of essence of the dual principal of the negative and the positive makes people the inhibition of growth. All these things including fire and dryness have close relations.
A Study of Literature Review on Chinese Pediatrics
Lee Hoon ; Lee Jin-Yong ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 63~138
From all possible chinese medical literatures, I studied the history of chinese pediatrics by dividing into Chunqiu Zhanguo, QinHan dynasties, LiangJin, SuiTang five dynasties, Song Dynasty, Jin and Yuan dynasties, Ming Qing dynasties. The conclusions are summarized as followings 1. The mentions related with pediatrics existed already in Yan ruins turtle shell letters, and 〈Yellow Emperor's classic of internal medicine> in Chunqiu Zhanguo time formed the system of medicine, established the theoretical foundation. 2. Chang Ji established the system of diagnosis and treatment based on overall analysis of symptoms and signs in
, and later pediatricians commonly applied his prescriptions to the febrile diseases. 3. The period from LiangJin to SuiTang, Pediatrics was established as special department then in
, Chao Yuanfang stated the etiology, pathogenesis, symptomatology of pediatric diseases. 4. In Song dynasty. pediatric 4 major, symptoms that had been mentioned from SuiTang dynasties, were clearly established, pediatrical special books were published, and
written by Qian Yi who is considered as the founder of chinese pediatrics, established the foundation of pediatrical division formation in distinction from adult fields. 5. In Jin and Yuan dynasties, four eminent physicians established the actual relationship between the theories and practical applications and insisted various and creative theories based on the classical medicine, for example, the theory that fire and heat in the body was the main cause of diseases of Liu Wansu purgation theory of Zhang Congzheng, qi regulating theory of Liu Gao, ministerial fire theory and the theory that yang is ever in excess while Yin is ever deficient of Zhu Zhenheng, etc, and they applied those theories to pediatrical various sides. 6, In Ming Qing dynasties, pediatrical specialists and pediatrical publications had increased, eg, father and son Xue Kai Xue Ji, Wan Quan, Lu Bai-si, etc in Ming dynasty, Ye Gui, Chen Fuzheng, Xia Ding, etc in Qing dynasty were famous as pediatricians. Specially, the doctrine of epidemic febrile diseases at that time showed prominent effects to children's epidemic febrile diseases.
Review of Intelligence and Memory
Seo Young-Min ; Kim Jang-Hyun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 139~166
The purpose of this review is to determine oriental concept of intelligence and memory, and to minimize adverse effect during treatment of brain disease by western medicine. Intelligence is developed by interaction between genetic factor ane environmental factor in Western medicine, Wherease mental function is difined by 'Chilsin' or 'Ohsin', and brain which control intelligence and memory is define by part of heart in oriental medicine The conception that mind and body are sameone may show possibility of intelligence and memory enhancement, and it may be usefule to clinical application.
An Observation of the Pediatric Diarrhea
Lee Ji-Eun ; Kim Jang-Hyun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 167~180
Diarrhea is the most common digestive disease next to influenza especially in chidren. The most important spleen function is that of transporting and transforming food and fluids. Any spleen disharmomny will therefore always influence the digestive process, with such symptom as abdominal distention, lack of appetite and loose stools. The results were as follows: 1. The most common causes of diarrhea were cold(寒) Fire(熱) Dampness(濕) and the other causes of diarrhea were Fear(驚) 담(Phlegm) spleen-Qi defiency(脾氣虛), injury diet(傷食). 2.Treatment of oriental medicine consist of herb-medicine Cause of cold is Bujaejungtang(附子理中湯) Cause of fire is Sungbisan(醒脾散) Cause of dampness is Oryungsan(五笭散)
A Clinical study of cerebral palsy
Jeong Hwan-Su ; Lee Jin-Yong ; Kim Deok-Gon ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 181~190
Cerebral palsy is a nonprogressive brain disorder occurring during gestation, parturition or neonatal period with resultant abnormality of posture or other deficits. Recently the early diagnosis and early treatment has been emphasized in management of cerebral palsy. We studied 1 cerebral palsied child that having been treated anticonvulsive therapy in Sangge-Baek Hospital(상계 백병원) for 1 year. We improved the patient's general condition through dispensing Herb-Med(養胃湯 加味), thus we could reduce the antiepileptic & Sedative drug dose simultaneously controlling convulsion. In this point, we could find the possibility of east-west integrated medicine's cooperation and the fact that Herb-Med could be helpful to controlling convulsion.
A Clinical Study on Herbal Medicine Threapy Treating Nasal Polyps
Lee Hai-Ja ; Park Eun-Jung ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 191~204
Background: Nasal polyps are benign mass of nasal mucose, chronic sinusitis are swelling of nasal mucose, so nasal polyps and chronic sinusitis take a place at the same time. Nasal polyps are located lateral wall of nose, middle meatus, between middle nasal concha and inferior nasal concha. Objective: To demonstrate the effect of herbal medicine therapy in the chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps before and after treatment using computed tomography (CT). To compared before and after treatment of otitis media using earscope. Materials and methods: Five patients (4 mail and 1 femail) treated in our hospital between August 1998 and July 1999 were studied. Ages ranged from 9 to 23 years (mean age:13 years). All patients had a underlying family history, and past history(allergy or sinusitis of parents or brothers). Illness period was from 1 to 36 months (mean period:10.5 month). To ascertain the efficacy of treatment, CT were checked out. In the CT, three images were obtained 2cm interval on the coronal and axial plan. We classified treatment period into the type of allergic disease. Gamihyunggyeyungyo-tang was administered mainly. Gamigwaghyangjeungki-san, Gamizwakwi-eum and Gamihyangso-san were administered for through oral route additional symptoms. Results: Treatment period was from 126 to 157 days (mean period:140.7 days). To 3 patients with chronic sinusitis and nasal polyp, treatment period was 140.7 days, to 2 patients with otitis media and chronic sinusitis and nasal polyp, treatment period was 141.5 days. So they had no significance. Not nasal polyp from middle meatus, but also polypoid mucosal change of maxillary sinus is polyps Conclusion: We know that herbal medicine therapy is the effective treatment of pediatric chronic sinusitis and otitis media using earscope and CT. Herbal medicine therapy was effective in increasing immunity, inhibiting allergic reaction and inflammation of respiratory system. we practice ECP(eosinophil cataionic protein) and MAST examination, objectify herbal medicine therapy.
A Clinical Study on the Herbal Medicine Therapy Treating Pediatric Chronic Sinusitis and Otitis Media
Lee Hai-Ja ; Park Eun-Jung ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 205~226
Background: Pediatric chronic sinusitis and otitis media were often recurred, so patients are increased. But there are a few reports on the herbal medicine therapy treating pediatric chronic sinusitis and otitis media, this report was studied. Objective: To demonstrate the effect of herbal medicine therapy in the chronic sinusitis before and after treatment using computed tomograpy(CT). To compared before and after treatment of otitis media using earscope. Materials and methods: Eighteen patients (10 mail and 8 femail) treated in our hospital between April 1998 and June 1999 were studied. Ages ranged from 4 to 11 years (mean age :6.6 years). All patients had a underlying family history (allergy or sinusitis of parents or brothers). In the past history, 56% patients atopic dermatitis. Illness period was from 2 to 48 months (mean period: 13.9 month). Mean duration of treatment were 95.6 days. To ascertain the efficacy of treatment, CT were checked out. In the CT, three images were obtained 2cm interval on the coronal and axial plan. Gamihyunggyeyungyo-tang was administered mainly. Gamigwaghyangjeungki-san, Gamizwakwi-eum and Gamihyangso-san were administered for through oral route additional symptoms. Results: The symptoms of otitis media were hearing loss and edemation. The symptoms of chronic sinusitis were nasal obstruction(78%), purulunt or mucosal discharge(67%), cough(61%), postnasal dripping (44%) and nose bleeding(28%). Before the oriental treatment in the our hospital, all patients have been antibiotic therapy at the pediatrics or during the three months and recurrent otitis media from twice to tenth Correlation illness period and. treatment period were not significant statistically. Conclusion: The treatment period of the otitis media was more short than chronic sinusitis because the otitis media had been not recurrent on the 30 percent improvement of the chronic sinusitis. We know that herbal medicine therapy is the effective treatment of pediatric chronic sinusitis and otitis media using earscope and CT.
A Clinical study of Neurologic Disorders
Lee Jin-Yong ; Kim Deok-Gon ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 227~238
The author studied 49 cases having neurologic disorders grossly, who admitted to the Oriental Medicine Hospital in Kyunghee university from May 1995 to March 1999. We have got the following results: 1. Age and sex distribution of children: from 4 to 6 was 34.7%, over 7 was 32.7%, 2 to 3 was 28.6%, below 1 was 4.0%, Male to female ratio was 1.33:1. 2. Distribution of chief complain as follows : Hemiplegia 59.2%, Quadriplegia 30.6%, Aphasia 42.9%, Facial palsy 18.4%, Convulsion 16.3%, Aphagia 12.2%. 3. Distribution of diagnosis as follows : Cerebral infarction 32.7%, Cerebral hemorrhage 12.2%, Hypoxic brain damage 10.2%, Brain tumor 6.1%, Guillian-Barre syndrom 6.1%, Moya-Moya disease 4.1% etc. 4. Improvement ratio as follows : Poor 14.3%, Fair 59.2%, Good 26.5%
The Clinical Study of a Children's Night Crying Disease
Kim Yun-Hee ; Yoo Dong-Yeol ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 239~252
Selection of therapeutic modality for 114 patients with night crying was clinical1y recorded from October 1st, 1996. to Spring 1st, 1998. 1. The number of male cases was 67 (58.77%) and female cases was 47 (41.23%) and so male cases were 1.43 more than female. The patients between 7 and 12 months were 28.07% (most frequent), between 3 and 6 months were 23.68%, 1 and 3 years were 21.05%. 2. Duration of disease was for 7 days to 6 months and over, and the group within 7 days highest portion as 57.25%, between 1 and 4 weeks was 21.05%, 6 months and over was 12.28%. 3. Distribution of contributing factors was in the order of 50% of nonspecific factors, 17.54% of fall-down. 4. Distribution of complicated signs, in order of 39.47% of poor sleeping, 33.33% of easy surprizing, 16.67% of green stool, 10.53% of loose form stool. 5. Distribution of theraphic method was as follows: ⅰ) group treated with acupunture and woohwangporyonghwan(WPH) (35.09%), ⅱ) acupunture, WPH, and Gamiyangshintang(33.33%), ⅲ) acupuncture, WPH, and Hyangshapungyuisan (15.79%), 6. From the above results a remakable effct was 92.1%, of which 74.56% was excellent and 17.54% was good.
Effects of Sagunjatang and Samultang on the Immunosuppression induced by Methotrexate in Rats
Choi Yun-Jung ; Kim Jang-Hyun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 13, issue 1, 1999, Pages 253~275
The effects of Sagunjatang and Samultang on the immunosuppression induced by methotrexate(MTX) in rats were investigated in this study. The multiple parameters of immunity assessed in each rats included leukocyte count, lymphocyte rate, the number of lymphocyte in tibial bone marrow, contact hypersensitivity to DNFB, morphological change of thymocyte and IgG antibody on SDS-PAGE. Sprague-Dawley male rats were used and divided into five groups at random. Group A was normal control. Group B, the MTX treatment control, was injected i.v. with 2mg/kg of on days 9, 11 after sensitization with SRBC on 5th day. Group C, the experimental control, was treated Sagunjatang for 18days and MTX. Group D was treated Samultang for 18days and MTX. Group E was treated Sagunjatang-Samultang for 18days and MTX. The dosage of Sagunjatang and Samultang was
respectively. In the case of Group E, rats Were fed Sagunjatang
in the morning and Samultang
in the afternoon. The results are summarized as follows: 1. Leukocyte count in rats induced by intravenous sensitization with SRBC was decreased significantly in Group E. 2. Leukocyte counts of 2weeks later after being treated MTX were increased significantly in Groups C and D. 3. Lymphocyte rate in rats induced by intravenous sensitization with SRBC wasn't changed significantly in all the experimental groups. 4. Lymphocyte rate of 2weeks. later after being treated MTX was increased significantly in Group D. 5. The number of lymphocyte in tibial bone marrow was incereased significantly in Group C. 6. Contact hypersensitivity wasn't changed significantly in all the experimental groups. 7. Morphological finding of thymocyte in group C was similar to normal group as compared with control group. 8. Purified IgG of all the experimental groups showed two bands of 50,000 and 25,000 on SDS-PAGE. But there was no difference among experimental groups.