Lei Acupuncture & Herb, TCM, Sunnyvale, South Bay
Lei Acupuncture & Herb, TCM, Sunnyvale, South Bay
炎黄中医研治中心 Lei Acupuncture & Herb, Traditional Chinese Medicine
       炎黄中医研治中心Lei Acupuncture & Herb, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine Effect on Coronavirus

Dr. Melinda Lei will use herb formulas to help patients with coronavirus ( Covid-19 ). The patients can be seen over internet videos. The herb formula powder is ready to be mixed with warm water for drinking like tea. 

Online diagnosis/ herb formulas only (3/20/2020-5/20/20)

 

Covid-19 self-diagnosis method


First, determine if you have the most common symptoms of new coronary pneumonia listed above, including fever, dry cough, dry mouth and thirst, thirst and drinking water, bitter mouth, shortness of breath, and shortness of breath.
 
Second, determine if the tongue coating is very thick and rotten.

Third, as long as there is a common symptom and a very noticeable thick and rotten tongue, it is a pity that you are successful. If there are multiple symptoms of thick and greasy moss, the Covid-19 is undoubted.
 
Other factors for self-diagnosis

Of course, in the self-diagnosis, you can also consider whether there is a history of direct and indirect contact with patients with the new crown and the impact of tourism. However, with the expansion of the infected population and many asymptomatic carriers, these factors will become more difficult to track and use. However, the accuracy of self-diagnosis based on symptoms and tongue images is very high.

Hospital test

Although the above self-diagnosis method is easy to use and has a high accuracy rate, it does not replace your hospital examination. The advantage of self-diagnosis is to let you know that you are sick the first time, so go to the hospital for a formal test to confirm. The important reason for hospital testing is to hope for effective isolation and treatment as soon as possible to prevent transmission to family members and others.

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According to news from China, all patients in a hospital of Haozhou, AnHui province (安徽省,毫州市) are currently discharged, with an average hospital stay of about 9 days. The patients take 100% Chinese medicine decoctions and reduce the use of western medicine. The average cost of treatment is more than 5,000 yuan, which is much lower than that of other cities in the province. There are no deaths.

"In Haozhou, Chinese medicine has been involved in the treatment of patients with new coronary pneumonia in the early stages, which has played a significant role in improving symptoms, preventing weight loss, accelerating recovery, and promoting rehabilitation." Talking about the role of Chinese medicine in the treatment of new coronary pneumonia in Haozhou. Zhou Dayong, the leader of the Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Therapy Group in the designated hospital of the Anhui Province, was assigned by Zhou Dayong.

"Anhui Business News" reported that Zhang Mouhou, who was discharged on February 6, was the first confirmed patient of new coronary pneumonia in Haozhou and the first severe patient cured in Haozhou. 51-year-old Zhang Moumou did business in Wuhan. He returned to Guoyang on January 20, and went to the infectious disease department for a fever on January 21, and was subsequently diagnosed. At the time of admission, Zhang, who had a basic history of diabetes, had a CT scan of the chest indicating that the lesions had a tendency to worsen. Later developed into severe patients with new coronary pneumonia.

Wang Huameng, chief physician of traditional Chinese medicine in Guoyang County People's Hospital, Chuzhou City, and the country's leading old traditional Chinese medicine doctor Wang Huameng comprehensively presided over the treatment work. While routinely giving ECG monitoring and oxygen inhalation, he applied the concept of TCM syndrome differentiation to treat the spleen and dehumidify, and also used the method Relieve cough, and give Qi and diarrhea with the card. By January 29, Zhang Mou cough stopped, her temperature was normal, blood oxygen saturation was 98%, her diet and spirit were good. hospital. On February 6, the patient recovered and was discharged.

The "Anhui Business News" also revealed that after Yao was diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia in the first patient of Lixin County, Haozhou City, the Traditional Chinese Medicine Expert Group of the People's Hospital of Lixin County used the combination of traditional Chinese and Western medicine for the first time to treat with Xiangsha. Weiwan treatment was mainly based on addition and subtraction, which successfully prevented the disease from worsening. On February 6, Yao, 59, was discharged.

"Patients take 100% Chinese medicine decoction, reduce the use of western medicine, and rarely use infusions. It is under this concept of integrated treatment of traditional Chinese and western medicine that hospitalized patients recover very well."

Xu Xiaorong, director of the Second Department of Infectious Diseases, Haozhou Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, told the reporter of Anhui Daily that traditional Chinese medicine pays attention to dialectical treatment, emphasizing "one person, one disease, one side", and formulates treatment plans based on the patient's wet weight, yin deficiency, qi deficiency, and congestion. In Xu Xiaorong's opinion, Chinese medicine applies the whole process of new crown pneumonia treatment. For mild patients and patients with common symptoms, Chinese medicine should participate in early intervention; for severe patients, once the dangerous period has passed, integrated Chinese and western medicine can be used for treatment.

 
 

 

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 online diagnosis/ herb formulas only (3/20/2020-5/20/20)

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