Pan Cunfu, Liang Junzhao
Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, 712046, China
Premature ventricular contraction is a common disease of cardiovascular diseases, its incidence increases with the age of the current western medicine treatment of premature ventricular easy to produce bradycardia heart block, aggravating heart failure and other side effects, while traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of premature ventricular has definite curative effect, small side effects, good prognosis and other unique advantages Liang Junzhao, the name of traditional Chinese medicine combined with many years of clinical experience, that the disease because of Qi deficiency and blood stasis, mind loss, clinical to Yi qi and blood circulation, fumaianshen prescription and curative effect is significant for the treatment of ventricular premature beats to provide a new dialectical thinking.
Premature ventricular contractions; Famous Chinese medicine experience; Qi deficiency blood stasis, mind loss; Fumaianshen prescription
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