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GW24-e0777 The observation of the fleabane injection clinical curative effect on the old patients with acute coronary syndrome
  1. Xie Hui Chen
  1. Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, The 2nd People’s Hospital of Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong

Abstract

Objectives To observe the fleabane injection clinical curative effect and security on the patients with acute coronary syndrome.

Methods We divided 66 patients with acute coronary syndrome into 2 groups. The experimental group had 34 patients, besides the conventional therapy, they were treated by using of 40ml fleabane injection interfusion with 250ml 5% Glucose injection, intervenous drip, once daily, one course of treatment were 20 days. The control group had 32 patients, besides the conventional therapy, they were treated by using of 800mg salvia miltiorrhiza injection interfusion with 250ml 5% Glucose injection, intervenous drip, once daily, one course of treatment were 20 days. Then we compared the clinical curative effect of the two groups.

Results Thenoticeable effect power of the experimental group was 35. 3%, higher than the control group 18. 8% (P<0. 05); The total effective power of the experimental group was 88. 2%, higher than the control group 68. 8% (P<0. 05), and there were no obvious adverse effect; The value of the fibrinogen and the blood platelets were significantly decreased in the patients after using the fleabane injection upon the initiation (P<0. 05).

Conclusions The fleabane injection has obvious effect of dilating the blood vessel, increasing the myocardial flow, decreasing the peripheral vascular resistance, improving the microcirculatory, and it can form the collateral circulation in the myocardial infarction area, improve the myocardial blood-supply effectively, inhibit the agglutination of the red blood cells and the blood platelets, decrease the hematocrit and the blood sticking phenomenon, and prevent the thrombogenesis. It is one of the safe and effective drugs treating the patients with acute coronary syndrome.

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