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Clinical Practice Guideline for Taeyangin Disease of Sasang Constitutional Medicine

  • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Abbr : J Sasang Constitut Med
  • 2015, 27(1), pp.71-81
  • Publisher : The Society Of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

Park Hye Sun 1 Jong Cheon Joo 2 Eui Ju Lee 3

1동신대학교
2원광대학교 한의과대학 사상체질의학교실
3경희대학교 한의과대학 사상체질과

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ABSTRACT

ObjectivesThis research was proposed to present clinical practice guideline (CPG) for Taeyangin Disease of Sasang Constitutional Medicine (SCM). This CPG was developed by the national-wide experts committee consisting of SCM professors. MethodsThis guideline was performed that search and collection of literature related SCM such as 『Dongeuisusebowon』, textbook of SCM, clinical guidebook of SCM and fundamental research to standardize diagnosis of Sasang Constitutional Medicine. Journal search related clinical trial or human complementary medicine of SCM was performed domestic and overseas. Finally, 1 article was selected and included in CPG for Taeyangin disease. Results & ConclusionsThe CPG of Taeyangin disease include classification, definition and standard symptoms of each pattern. Taeyangin disease is classified into exterior-origin lower back (EOLB) disease and interior-origin small intestine (IOSI) disease by region of symptom. EOLB can be replaced with Oegam-yocheok and IOSI can be replaced with Naechok-sojang that is Korean pronuncation. EOLB disease is classified into lower back favorable symptomatology (LBFS) and lower back unfavorable symptomatology (LBUS). Lower back is to say Yocheok, so LBFS can be called Yocheok favorable symptomatology and LBUS can be called Yocheok unfavorable symptomatology. LBUS is to say paraparesis symptomatology or Haeyeok, that is Korean pronunciation, symptomatology. IOSI disease is classified into small intestine favorable symptomatology (SIFS) and small intestine unfavorable symptomatology (SIUS). Small intestine is to say Sojang, so SIFS can be called Sojang favorable symptomatology and SIUS can be called Sojang unfavorable symptomatology. SIUS is to say regurgitation symptomatology or Yeolgeok, that is Korean pronunciation, symptomatology.

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