Analysis of the clinical value of Baogan Lishui decoction and convetional western medicine in treating Hepatitis B cirrhosis refractory ascites

Huaide Lin

Abstract


Objective: To investigate the clinical effect of combination treatment of Chinese medicine Baogan Lishui decoction and western medicine on hepatitis B cirrhosis related refactory ascites.

Method: Control group was given conventional western medicine therapy while the observation group was given same conventional western medicine therapy with additional of Chinese medicine Baogan Lishui decoction.

Result: The total effective of clinical treatment on hepatitis B cirrhosis related refractory ascites in observation group was higher than that of the control group which was 88.89% compared to 71.11%, respectively and it was significant different (p<0.05).

Conclusion: The combination treatment of Chinese medicine Baogao Lishui decoction and conventional western medicine can significantly increased the treatment effect on hepatitis B cirrhosis refractory ascites, and thus increases the quality and safety of life.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26689/jcnr.v2i4.411

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