Clinical Study on Dahuang Lingxian Decoction against Postoperative

Qianli Tang, Zhongzheng Guan, Shanhui Gao, Xingzhong Wei, Hai Huang, Jianrong Yang, Yuan Yu, Mingwei Huang

Abstract


Objective: To observe the clinical effect of Dahuang Lingxian Decoction in preventing postoperative recurrence of
cholelithiasis. Methods: 105 patients of cholelithiasis were randomly divided into 3 groups, receiving clinical treatment
and 12 months observation. Respectively, 36 cases in the group of Dahuang Lingxian Decoction were treated with
modified Dahuang Lingxian Decoction. 33 cases in blank group did not take any medicine of relieving gallbladder and
discharging stone except the routine therapy in preoperational period; 36 cases in Xiaoyan Lidan group administered
tablets of Xiaoyan Lidan. Results: After 3 treatment courses, it showed a total effective rate of 97.22% in Dahuang
Lingxian Decoction group, 81.8% in blank group, and 83.3% in Xiaoyan Lidan group. Analyzed by statistics, the
curative effects between 3 groups had obvious differences (P is less than 0.05), and Dahuang Lingxian Decoction group was
significantly superior to blank group and Xiaoyan Lidan group(P is less than 0.05). Conclusions: Dahuang Lingxian Decoction had
preferable efficacy on Cholelithiasis and it is worthy of further promotion in clinical application.


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