routine use. The catheter should be observed daily for signs of local inflammation.
It must be withdrawn if a local reaction develops in the vein, and in any case it must be removed within 48 hours. If other intravenous is necessary, in May a new catheter inserted into a new vein. Severe septic complications can occur if these rules are not followed. Steel intravenous needle with the flange anchor (butterfly needle) is less likely to be associated with infection than phlebitis and plastic.
thromboembolism should be suspected. May it also be a manifestation of the abdomen
malignancy such as cancer of the pancreas or May of his first sign. The long
saphenous vein is most often involved. Superficial thrombophlebitis May be associated with
ed of occult deep vein thrombosis in 20% of cases. Pulmonary embolism are
rare but can occur.
According to the symptoms, the condition is called Bi disease, caused by a relative of the excess heat of pathogens.
Patients usually experience a dull ache in the region of the vein in question. Local findings include induration, redness and sensitivity throughout the course of a vein. The process May be localized or it May be longer along the saphenous
vein and its tributaries. The inflammatory reaction usually disappears in 1 or 2 weeks, a cord for May will remain a much longer period. Swelling of the calf deep end and tenderness are absent, unless the deep thrombophlebitis has also developed. If chills and high fever developed, septic thrombophlebitis exists.
Essentials of diagnosis:
? Induration, redness and tenderness along a superficial vein.
? No swelling of the tip. (6.24)
I. Treatment Western medicine.
If the process is not well located and near the saphenofemoral junction. Local heating and bed rest with legs elevated is generally effective in limiting thrombosis. Phenylbutazone (Butazolidin), 100rag orally 3 times daily for 5 days, may help in resolving the inflammatory process, but is against inappropriate with peptic ulcer.
If the process is very extensive or progressing towards saphenofemoral exit, or if it is in the proximity of the saphenofemoral junction initially ligation and division of the saphenous vein at the saphenofemoral junction is indicated. The inflammatory process usually regresses following this procedure, although the deletion of the relevant part of the vein (stripping) in May due to a faster recovery.
Anticoagulation is indicated if there is a rapid and deep extension of the system.
Septic thrombophlebitis requires excision of the vein in question until its junction with ignored a vein to assist in the further sowing of blood by bacteria.
II. Treatment in traditional Chinese medicine.
Bi is a vascular obstruction syndrome characterized mainly by the symptoms of
blood vessels. The main events are irregular fever, burning sensation of the skin, pain in muscles and joints erythematous rash, redness and
tenderness along the course of a vein, rapid pulse and yellow coating of the tongue.
A. If Miao Yun Tang Jia Jian An.
Honeysuckle flower 40g
Weeping forsythia (fruit) 40g
Zhejiang figwort root 30g
Chinese angelica 30g
12g Chinese Goldthread
Cork oak 12g
30 g of dandelion
Chinese violet 30g
Not peeled root of herbaceous peony 30g
12g root-bark of peony
Root of red-rooted salvia 30g
Fresh or dried Rehmannia 30g
30 g of buffalo horn
Decoction and dosage. Put all the herbs together to be cooked twice and then the broth of each joint, half the broth mixture each time, twice a day. Six doses prescribed.
B. Rumex Madaio Makino. Fresh leaves of rumex Madaio MAKINO broken for applications on the affected area 3 times per day, each 60 grams.
The herbs are very effective therapies for this disease.
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