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The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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Volume 17, Issue 2 - Dec 2003
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Aug 2003
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Clinical Study for Mucociliary clearance of Pediatric Chronic Sinusitis after KamiHyunggyeyungotang Therapy
Yang, Mi-Ra ; Park, Eun-Jeung ; Im, Tae-Hyung ; Jin, Kyong-Sun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 1~16
Background: Delayed mucociliary clearance develops the pooling of nasal secretion in the nasal cavity and is a common cause of vicious cycle of symptoms in chronic sinusitis. mucociliary clearance depends on the ciliary activity, the rheological property of the secretion and on the interaction between cilia and the mucous blanket. Objective: To demonstrate the therapeutic effect of herbal medicine (Hyunggyeyungotang) on the mucociliary transport in the chronic sinusitis using saccharine Materials and methods: Forty patients treated in our hospital between september 2000 and september 2001 were studied. Before and after therapy group are composed of twenty patients. Kamihyunggyeyungyotang was administered mainly. We analyzed the saccharine mucociliary transport time of patients. Results: 1) In the control group, the transport time is about 13.4 minutes. 2) In chronic sinusitis before Kamihyunggyeyungotang therapy, the transport time is about 27.7 minutes. 3) In chronic sinusitis after Kamihyunggyeyungotang therapy, the transport time is about 13.8 minutes. Conclusion: Delayed mucociliary transport time in chronic sinusitis is earlier after Kamihyunggyeyungotang therapy.
Sinusitis and Adenoid size is related to Snoring in children
Lee, Hai-Ja ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 17~27
Background: Snoring in children, is associated Kith adenotonsillar hypertrophy and sinusitis which contribute to upper airway obstruction, so we studied the sinusitis and adenoid size of snoring children with plain radiography Materials and method: Fifty patients having snoring, nasal obstruction in our hospital between November 2001 and November 2002 were studied using plain radiology PNS(water's view) and Neck lateral view(adenoid size with A/N ratio) Results: 1. In oriental medicine, Hu-Bi means laryngopharyngeal edema and obstruction, laryngopharyngeal disease are due to Hwa-Yeoul( fire and hot), sinus disease are due to Fung-Han(wind and cold) and Fung-Yeoul(wind and hot). 2. Age ranged from 2 to 17 year-old ( mean age: 6 years), 5-7 year-old were 18 patients (36%). Age of on set, 25 patients were 1-4 year-old (50%). 3. Of the 50 snoring patients, 37 patients were sinusitis(74%), 20 patients had enlarged adenoid(40%). Of the 20 large adenoid patients, 19 patients were sinusitis(95%). 4. Of the 50 snoring patients, size of tonsil were flowed. Fifteen were severe(3+), 17 patients were moderate(2+) and 15 patients were mild(1+). Of the 20 enlarged adenoid patients, size of tonsil flowed. Five were severe(3+), 11 patients were moderate(2+) and 4 patients were mild(1+). Conclusion : Of the 50 Snoring patients, 37 patients showed sinusitis(74%), 32 patients showed large tonsil(64%), 20 patients showed large adenoid(40%).
A study on fetal toxicosis removal therapy
Chang, Gyu-Tae ; Kim, Jang-Hyun ; Kang, Mi-Sun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 29~51
This study was progressed for oriental medical care of neonates by fetal toxicosis removal therapy, and the results as follows: 1. The purpose of fetal toxicosis removal therapy : It removes dirty blood in neonatal mouth and prevents diseases. 2. Kinds of fetal toxicosis removal therapy : Radix Glycyrrhizae(甘草), Rhizoma Coptidis(黃連), Cinnabaris-Mel(朱蜜), Calculus Bovis(牛黃), Sojae Semen Praepartum, Juice of Semen Allii Tuberosi(非汁) and mercury(汞粉). 3. A period of fetal toxicosis removal therapy : At birth, 3rd day or so, one week or so, after umbilical omission. 4. Methods of fetal toxicosis removal therapy: Purgative therapy(下法) and Emetic therapy(吐法).
A Study on Hasue in childhood
Yang, Seung-Jeong ; Jin, Cheon-Sik ; Kim, Hyun-Jeong ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 53~69
This study was designed to investigate prescriptions and herbs for treating coughing In childhood(小兒咳嗽) with oriental medical literature. The results were summarized as follows; 1. 182 prescriptions and 212 herbs were used for healing coughing in childhood. 2. There are 12 cases which has the same name of prescription with different elements. Applied prescriptions can be recorded according to the number as follows. They are Samsoeum(蔘蘇飮) and Jeonglyukhwan, Ageosan(阿膠散), Gamgiltang(甘桔湯), Keumbichosan(金沸草散), Sabaeksan(瀉白散), Gilgyungtang(桔梗湯), Mahwangtang(麻黃湯), Baekbyungja(白餠子), Baeksanghwan(白祥丸). Boeunhwan, Whagaesan(華盖散) respectively. 3. Applied herbs can be recorded according to the number as follows. They are (杏仁), Radix glycyrrhizae(甘草), Rhizoma zingiberis(生薑), Rhizoma pinelliae(半夏), Radix ginseng(人蔘) Platycodi radix(桔梗), Mori cortex(桑白皮).
A Study of External Treatments for the Atopic Dermatitis
Chang, Gyu-Tae ; Kim, Jang-Hyun ; Park, Bo-Kyoung ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 71~86
Objectives : The aim of this study was to investigate the classification methods of the external treatments of atopic dermatitis for Children. Methods: We surveyed the oriental medical book concerning the atopic dermatitis for Children. Results : 1. The oriental herbal medications for the atopic dermatitis used with Ryuhwang(硫?), WoongHwang(雄黃), KyoungBun(輕粉), WhangBaek(黃栢), SeokGo(石膏) and so on. 2. The frequently used type of external prescription is solid or liquid. 3. The external preparations were frequently painted or washing with to the lesion of dermatitis. For the wet type of atopic dermatitis, the solid prescription were sprinkled on the lesion or irrigated with the liquid. For the dry type, the mixed prescription of the solid and liquid were painted on the lesion.
Two Cases of Stroke in Childhood
Lee, Jin-Yong ; Kim, Deog-Gon ; Shin, Dong-Gil ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 87~97
Cerebrovascular disease in children is more common than once recognized and the etiology and prognosis of the disease in children are quite different from those of adults. In Korea, the most common cause of stroke is moyamoya disease in ischemic stroke, arteriovenous malformation in hemorrhagic stroke. We experienced two cases of ischemic stroke in childhood whose symptoms are similar to that of adults. They had cerebrovascular malformation(narrowing of ICA, MCA, basilar artery). we treated them with herb medicine, acupuncture treatment, laser acupuncture treatment and physical treatment. After treatment, they recovered from the stroke symptoms, but the primary cause of stroke was not eliminated, so it is thought that more follow up is needed. We report that we had good effects of oriental medical treatment on two case of cerebral infarction in children.
A literature study of pediatric pneumonia in traditional chinese medicine
Kim, Jang-Hyun ; Kwon, Hyuk-Ran ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 99~115
Pneumonia is an acute or recurrent infection of the parenchyma of the lung causing cough, fever, and respiratory distress. Pneumonia was named 'Feiyanchuansou(肺炎喘嗽)' in chinese medicine. This study was progressed for oriental medical treatment for pediatric pneumonia in china. The purpose of this study is current oriental medical approach to pediatric pneumonia In this study, the authors tried to figure out the cause of the pediatric pneumonia and its treatment and came to the conclusion as follows: 1. The study for pediatric pneumonia consists of basic, clinical and experimental study. 2. Basic study consists of etiology and pathogenesis(病因病耭), the rule of treatment(治療原則) and method of treatment(治法). 3. Clinical study consists of symptoms-based treatment(辨證論治), adequate prescription treatment(專病專方), acupuncture(鍼灸治療), and western diagnosis based treatment. 4. The majority of experimental study was pharmacology that consists of antiviral and antibacterial effect, removing heat(淸熱), releasing pulmonary qi(宣肺), dissipating phlegm(化痰).
A Clinical study on the pediatric patients who visited Emergency Room of Oriental Medical Hospital
Chang, Gyu-Tae ; Kim, Jang-Hyun ; Kang, Mi-Sun ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 117~129
We made a clinical analysis of 135 pediatric patients who visited Emergency Room of Dongguk University Oriental Hospital, during 1 year from March 2002 to February 2003. The results were as follows ; 1. Whether they received medical examination and treatment or not : new patients were 95(70.4%) and pediatric patients who received medical examination and treatment were 40(29.6%). 2. Seasonal distribution: Spring(March, April, May) was 45(33.3%), Summer(June, July, August) was 35(25.9%), Autumn(September, October, November) was 32(23.7%) and Winter(December, January, February) was 23(17.0%). 3. The time interval between onset and arrival : within 6 hours were 68(50.4%), 6-12 hours were 14(10.4%), 12-24 hours were 26(9.3%), 24-48 hours were 17(12.6%), 48-72 hours were 6(4.4), over 72 hours were 4(3.0%). 4. Whether they went through other hospitals or not : pediatric patients who didn't go through other hospitals were 105(77.8%), pediatric patients who went through other hospitals were 30(22.2%). 5. Systemic distribution of diseases: Infectious diseases were 1(0.7%), Physique diseases were 4(3.0%), Digestive diseases were 73(54.1), Nervous also Mental diseases were 32(23.7%), Cardiovascular diseases were 2(1.5%), Skin disorders were 1(0.7%), Respiratory diseases were 22(16.3%). 6. Medical care : Acupuncture and moxibustion were 1(0.7%), moxibustion and medication were 1(0.7%), acupuncture, moxibustion and medication were 1(0.7%), venesection was 24(17.8% ), venesection and medication were 17(12.6%), consultation was 16(11.9%), medication was 44(32.6%), acupuncture was 3(2.2%), acupuncture and medication were 14(10.4%) and transferred out patients were 14(10.4%). 7. Revisit: revisit patients were 30(22.2%).
A clinical study on the effect of Socheongryongtanggamibang on 4 pneumonia children
Kim, Yun-Hee ; Yoon, Ji-Yeon ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 131~140
Introduction : Pneumonia is an inflammation of alveolus and pneumal parenchyma and it is one of common pediatric diseases. According to, pneumonia belongs to the Haesu(咳嗽), Chunsik(喘息), Phechng(肺脹), Pungon(風溫). Purpose : The purpose of this study is to find out whether Socheongryongtanggamibang has any effects on children with pneumonia. Method : The subjects are in regard to children with pneumonia who visited Dae Jeon Oriental Medicine Hospital from December 2002 to April 2003. The herbal medicine therapy are applied for one week. Result and Conclusion : After treatment, the symptoms (coughing, rhinorrhea, sputum, fever) of pneumonia were improved. More studies about the Oriental Medicine treatment and conception on pneumonia are needed.
The treatment of tic disorder in traditional chinese medicine
Shin, Jung-Ae ; Kim, Lak-Hyung ; Kim, Jeong-Yun ; Jang, In-Soo ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 141~155
Method : Chronic motor tic or vocal tic disorders are characterized which have one of the two kinds of tics for more than a year. It is characterized chronic motor tic or vocal tic disorders that have one of the two kinds of tics for more than a year. But Tourette's disorder is a disease which has one or more motor tics and vocal tics for more than a year. Contemporary empirical studies have suggested the rate of comorbid attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder(ADHD) or obsessive compulsive disorder(OCD) in children with tic disorders be high. Objects : As society is confusing, tic disorders are increasing. Therefore, determining the treatment strategy in children with tic disorders is very important. So we studied the literatures of traditional chinese medicine about tic disorders and reported the results. Results : The principals for medical treatment were So-gan(疏肝), I-gi(理氣), Sik-pung(熄風), Gin-kyung(鎭痙), Chung-oel(淸熱) etc. Medicines treatment is used more than acupuncture treatment. The herbs are used Uncariae ramulus et Uncus(釣鉤藤), Paeoniae Radix Alba(白芍藥), Poria(白茯岺), Glycyrrhizae Radix(甘草), Bupleuri Radi.x(柴胡), Fossilia ossis Mastodi(龍骨) etc. in the order named. Acupuncture points were used Naegwan(PC6), Shinmuin(HT7), P'ungnyur4(ST40), Paek'oe. (GV20), Chung-wan(CV12), Samumgye(SP6), Kongson(SP4), T'aech'ung(LR3) and so on.
A Clinical Study on Children with Excessive Sweating
Yoon, Ji-Yeon ; Kim, Yun-Hee ;
The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine, volume 17, issue 1, 2003, Pages 157~168
The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical characteristic and correlation with growth and weakness of children with excessive sweating. The study was progressed in children with excessive sweating who visited Dong-Eui Oriental Medical hospital from may to june, 2003. The results were as follows: 1. The growth numerical value on height and weight of children with excessive sweating was normal range ( height: p-value=0.089 >0.05, weight: p-value= 0.622>0.05). 2. In sweating region, head and neck 46.7%, forehead 23.3%, whole body 16.7%, back 10.0%, hand and foot 3.3%. In sweating time, sleeping 53.3%, acting 20.0%, uncertainty 20.0%, eating 3.3%, tense situation 3.3%. 3. In family history of excessive sweating, 'yes' was 65.2%, 'no' was 34.8%. 4. The growth numerical value on height did not concerned with sweating region and time, but in group in 75 marks, 'head and neck' was many. 5. The growth numerical value on weight have no concern with sweating region, but sweating time(F=3.312, p-value=0.026