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BI SYNDROME

NESA Int Med BI SYNDROME

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What are the general signs and symptoms of Bi Syndrome? Aching, pain, soreness, numbness, heaviness, cold or hot sensation, redness, swelling or difficulty moving the affected muscles, tendons, bones and joints.
What causes Bi Syndrome? Wind, cold, dampness or heat invading the body, lodging in the muscles, joints, tendons and bones, obstructing the flow of qi and blood through the channels and collaterals.
What are the reasons why a person would contract Bi Syndrome? Preexisting or temp qi & blood xu, weak constitution or wei qi xu; exposure to adverse or unseasonable weather; living in a damp environment for a prolonged period; wading in water; exposure to wind after sweating; excessive sport or work; accidents
What are the crucial points in diagnosing Bi Syndrome? Identify the predominant pathogenic factors; differentiate between xu and shi
What are the general treatment principles for excess type Bi Syndrome? Expel pathogenic factors, unblock channels and clear the collaterals
What are the general treatment principles for deficient type Bi Syndrome? Tonify the qi, blood, Liver and Kidney; expel pathogenic factors; unblock channels and clear the collaterals
What are the six patterns associated with Bi Syndrome? Wind-dominant bi; Cold-dominant bi; Dampness-dominant bi; Heat-dominant bi; Bi with blood stasis and phlegm-turbidity; Bi with depletion of qi and blood and Kidney and Liver xu
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Wind-dominant bi? Expel wind, remove obstructions from the channels, scatter cold and resolve dampness with Xuan Bi Da Jin Tang or Fang Feng Tang
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Cold-dominant bi? Warm the channels, scatter cold, dispel wind and resolve dampness with Wu Tou Tang, Yi Huo San Han Tang or Xiao Hou Luo Dan
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Dampness-dominant bi? Eliminate dampness, unblock channels, dispel wind and scatter cold with Yi Yi Ren Tang
Which formula can be used if it is not clear whether wind, cold or dampness is predominant? Juan Bi Tang
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Heat-dominant bi? Clear heat, resolve toxin, remove obstruction from the channels, expel wind and eliminate dampness with Bai Hu Jia Gui Zhi Tang
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Bi with blood stasis and phlegm-turbidity? Eliminate blood stasis, transform phlegm, expel wind and remove obstructions from channels with Tao Hong Yin or Shen Tong Zhu Yu Tang
What are the treatment principle and formula for the treatment of Bi with depletion of qi and blood and Kidney and Liver xu? Supplement qi and blood, tonify Liver and Kidney and expel wind-cold-dampness with Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Xuan Bi Da Jin Tang? Wind-dominant bi. Wei Ling Xian, Qiang Huo, Fang Feng, Qin Jiao, Xi Qian Cao, Qing Feng Teng, Lu Feng Fang, Wu Shao She, Tu Bie Chong, Dang Gui, Chuan Shan Jia
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Fang Feng Tang? Wind-dominant bi. Fang Feng, Dang Gui, Fu Ling, Xing Ren, Qin Jiao, Ma Huang, Ge Gen, Huang Qin, Rou Gui, Sheng Jiang, Gan Cao, Da Zao
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Wu Tou Tang? Cold-dominant bi. Zhi Chuan Wu, Ma Huang, Bai Shao, Huang Qi, Zhi Gan Cao
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Yi Huo San Han Tang? Cold-dominant bi. Rou Gui, Gan Jiang, Gui Zhi, Qiang Huo, Qin Jiao, Fang Feng, Cang Zhu, Chen Pi, Gan Cao
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Xiao Hou Luo Dan? Cold-dominant bi. Zhi Cao Wu, Zhi Chuan Wu, Tian Nan Xing, Mo Yao, Ru Xiang, Di Long
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Yi Yi Ren Tang? Dampness-dominant bi. Yi Yi Ren, Qiang Huo, Du Huo, Cang Zhu, Fang Feng, Ma Huang, Gui Zhi, Chuan Xiong, Dang Gui, Zhi Chuan Wu Tou, Sheng Jiang, Gan Cao
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Bai Hu Jia Gui Zhi Tang? Heat-dominant bi. Gui Zhi, Shi Gao, Zhi Mu, Zhi Gan Cao, Geng Mi
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Xuan Bi Tang? Heat-dominant bi. Fang Ji, Xing Ren, Yi Yi Ren, Can Sha, Ban Xia, Lian Qiao, Zhi Zi, Hua Shi, Chi Xiao Dou
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Tao Hong Yin? Bi with blood stasis and phlegm-turbidity. Tao Ren, Hong Hua, Chuan Xiong, Dang Gui Wei, Wei Ling Xian
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Shen Tong Zhu Yu Tang? Bi with blood stasis and phlegm-turbidity. Qin Jiao, Chuan Xiong, Tao Ren, Hong Hua, Gan Cao, Qiang Huo, Mo Yao, Dang Gui, Ling Zhi, Xiang Fu, Chuan Niu Xi, Di Long
What are the associated pattern and ingredients in Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang? Bi with depletion of qi and blood and Kidney and Liver xu. Du Huo, Xi Xin, Fang Feng, Qin Jiao, Sang Ji Sheng, Du Zhong, Niu Xi, Rou Gui, Dang Gui, Chuan Xiong, Sheng Di Huang, Bai Shao, Ren Shen, Fu Ling, Zhi Gan Cao
What are the ingredients in Juan Bi Tang? Qiang Huo, Du Huo, Qin Jiao, Sang Zhi, Hai Feng Teng, Dang Gui, Chuan Xiong, Ru Xiang, Mu Xiang, Rou Gui, Zhi Gan Cao
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