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Observation on Clinical Effect of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Treating Diabetes

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DOI: 10.23977/ICEPMS2023.012


Yanru Sun, RuShuang Yue, Zhihui Liu, Hui Zhang

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Yanru Sun


Objective: To study the effect of the application of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of diabetes patients, and to provide more effective treatment ideas for the clinic. Methods: The clinical data of patients in the department of Endocrinology of our hospital were investigated, and 98 patients with diabetes who visited our hospital from July 2021 to February 2022 were screened for treatment study. According to the principle of digital arrangement, they were divided into two groups, 49 patients receiving traditional Chinese medicine treatment measures were classified as the Traditional Chinese medicine group, and the other 49 patients receiving conventional western medicine treatment measures were classified as the Western medicine group. Observe the control degree of blood glucose level of patients, analyze the changes of metabolic indicators of diabetes, and compare the improvement of symptoms of patients. Results: After standard treatment, blood glucose levels in both groups decreased. Fasting and postprandial blood glucose levels in TCM group were better than those in Western medicine group (P < 0.05). The serum lipid level and hBA1c in TCM group were lower than those in WESTERN medicine group (P < 0.05). The symptom score of patients in TCM group was lower than that in western medicine group, and the symptom improvement was better (P < 0.05). Conclusion: Traditional Chinese medicine can significantly reduce blood glucose level, improve blood lipids and relieve clinical symptoms in diabetic patients, and the overall efficacy advantage is more significant. The ideas and methods of Traditional Chinese medicine can be used for reference and promotion.


Traditional chinese medicine, Diabetes disease, Diabetes, The curative effect

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