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TCM has an advantage in conditioning after breast cancer surgery

 


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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a discipline of human physiology, pathology, diagnosis and prevention of disease, etc. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine was established through long term clinical practice under the guidance of classic Chinese materialism and dialectics. Traditional Chinese Medicine is really miraculous! How did people discover the invisible “jingluo” in human body? Wait! Are there really such channels in our body? it reviewed TCM nursing care of patients with insomnia from aspects of health guidance, nursing care of massage and acupuncture, diet and psychology and so on.

Chinese medicine in breast cancer treatment process, show a very broad application prospects.

Not only can improve the body’s immune system, Reduce the toxicity of radiotherapy and chemotherapy to improve the sensitivity of chemotherapy By traditional Chinese medicine treatment And has a unique advantage for preventing postoperative complications and postoperative conditioning.
Many breast cancer patients will receive radiotherapy and chemotherapy that Will have some damage to the bone marrow, gastrointestinal, liver and kidney. Chinese made sure that the treatment of chemotherapy is the damage organs led to the five internal organs wasting. Treatment needs righting, physical detoxification to achieve self-protection purposes.

Combined traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine can play a very good effect in the treatment of breast cancer after surgery.
Chinese medicine effective in the treatment of postoperative complications of breast cancer by way of blood circulation such as flaps necrosis, lymph edema. At the same time can reduce the recurrence rate of breast cancer. Traditional Chinese Medicine often choose Codonopsis, red peony, safflower, etc, plus or minus the use of traditional Chinese medicine, can play a very good effect.
Use of Chinese medicine Self-made Yiqi Yangxue, huoxuehuayu, Yijing myeloid fill mainly helpful spleen, kidney achievements. Improve the patient’s gastrointestinal disorders, Reduce nausea, vomiting, abdominal distension and other symptoms, improve patient’s appetite, reduce the damage of the liver to reduce chemotherapy-induced hair loss and other side effects. Chinese medicine supports cancer treatment and pain-relief treatment, and helps improve the quality of life.

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