Clinical Effect of Fuming-Washing with Traditional Chinese Medicine after Anorectal Surgery


Anorectal surgery
Surgical treatment
Traditional Chinese medicine fuming-washing
Curative effect




Objective: To observe the effect of fuming-washing with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) after anorectal surgery. Methods: 116 cases of patients with surgical operation were selected in the anorectal department of our hospital, which is Shenzhen Bao’an Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shenzhen. According to the different postoperative adjuvant treatment methods implemented by patients, they were divided into two groups under the premise of equal number of patients. Among them, 58 cases of patients with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) fuming-washing treatment were divided into study group, and patients with hip bath treatment with potassium permanganate solution were divided into common group. The efficacy of adjuvant therapy was observed. Results: The observation and analysis showed that the actual effect of TCM adjuvant therapy was more prominent, and the difference between groups was more significant (P < 0.05). Conclusion: The effect of traditional Chinese medicine adjuvant therapy is more significant than that of chemical method, which can help patients achieve better postoperative recovery effect. We should popularize this treatment in time for patients after surgery, and improve the prognosis of patients.


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