Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Dali

Dali, China

Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Dali

Dali, China
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WANG Y.,Shenyang Pharmaceutical University | WANG Y.,Dali University | WANG Y.,China Pharmaceutical University | SUN G.-X.,Shenyang Pharmaceutical University | And 7 more authors.
Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines | Year: 2017

The present study was designed to establish a multi-wavelength quantitative fingerprinting method for San-Huang Tablets (SHT), a widely used and commercially available herbal preparation, where high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with a diode array detector (DAD) was employed to obtain the fingerprint profiles. A simple linear quantitative fingerprint method (SLQFM) coupled with multi-ingredient simultaneous determination was developed to evaluate the quality consistency of the tested samples qualitatively and quantitatively. Additionally, the component–activity relationship between chromatographic fingerprints and total radical-scavenging capacity in vitro (as assessed using the 1, 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) assay) was investigated by partial least squares regression (PLSR) analysis to predict the antioxidant capacity of new samples from the chromatographic fingerprints and identify the main active constituents that can be used as the target markers for the quality control of SHT. In conclusion, the strategy developed in the present study was effective and reliable, which can be employed for holistic evaluation and accurate discrimination for the quality consistency of SHT preparations and other traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and herbal preparations as well. © 2017 China Pharmaceutical University


Guo M.,Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Dali | Yang J.-H.,Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Dali
Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research | Year: 2013

Background: Previous studies often focus on the comparison between the entire tourniquet technology and halfway tourniquet technology which used the tourniquet when the bone cement combined with the prosthesis. Objective: To research the influence of clinical symptoms and limb function on postoperative patients between the entire process of tourniquet and tourniquet released electric coagulation and bone wax hemostatic method before the incision is closed, both combined with autologous blood transfusion in total knee arthroplasty. Methods: Sixty cases of knee osteoarthritis patients who underwent total knee arthroplasty were selected for research. Thirty cases were treated with entire process of tourniquet (tourniquet group) and 30 cases were treated with relax tourniquet before wound closing, and hemostasis using electric coagulation and bone wax respectively (electric coagulation group). After the total knee arthroplasty, the autologous blood transfusion devices were placed in the patients of two groups. The early clinical effect and affected limb function of patients in two groups were evaluated by comparing the amount of bleeding and draining, the American knee society knee score of clinical symptoms and function postoperatively. Results and Conclusion: The intraoperative blood loss of tourniquet group (50±10) mL was lower than that of electric coagulation group (180±120) mL (P < 0.05); the drainage flow of tourniquet group (237±83) mL was lower than that of electric coagulation group (285±215) mL (P < 0.05). There was no significant difference of early American knee society knee score, and the difference of joint hematoma occurring rate and lower extremity venous thrombosis incidence was not significant. In total knee arthroplasty, the intraoperative bleeding and postoperative drainage volume of the hemostatic method before closing the incision is more than that of the entire process of tourniquet, and there is no significant difference of the early postoperative clinical symptoms and limb function.

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