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Evaluation of Clinical Effect of Traditional Chinese Medicine on Sequelae of Cerebrovascular Accident

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DOI: 10.23977/ICEPMS2023.011


Yanru Sun, Jiaxuan Li, Jingyi Lu, Zixin Zhang

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Yanru Sun


Objective: To study the clinical treatment of cerebrovascular accident sequelae, and analyze the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine in treating this disease. Methods: Of a 3 armour hospital neurology in March, 2021 - December accepts the patient's medical records were analyzed, the position in which 82 cases of cerebrovascular accident sequelae of disease, according to different rehabilitation treatment group, blank group 41 cases take rehabilitation therapy, observation group 41 cases of rehabilitation training combined with traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture and moxibustion therapy, the specific effect of different schemes are analyzed, and The degree of neurological deficit was calculated and the quality of life was evaluated. Results: The proportion of patients with effective disease in the observation group was higher than that in the blank group (P < 0.05). The two methods were helpful for the recovery of patients' neurological function, and the quality of life was improved compared with before treatment. The NHISS score of the observation group was lower than that of the blank group, and the patients' neurological function was improved well (P < 0.05). The ADL score of the observation group was higher than that of the blank group, and the patients' ability of life was stronger (P < 0.05). Conclusion: For patients with cerebrovascular accident sequelae due to serious neurological deficiency, only standardized limb rehabilitation training has poor effect on the condition, combined with Traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture treatment can promote faster recovery of neurological function, improve the basic living ability of patients, the overall effect is better, and can be actively adopted in clinical treatment.


Traditional chinese medicine, Cerebrovascular accident sequelae, Neurological function, Life ability

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