Simultaneously Using Traditional Chinese Medicine (Si-Ni-Tang) to Treat Septic Shock Patients - a Double Blind, Prospective, Randomized Controlled Study View Homepage


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YEARS

2010-2012

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to determine whether simultaneously using the traditional Chinese medicine, Si-Ni-Tang, is more effective in the treatment of septic shock patients. Detailed Description Those with hemodynamic instability were the main population of the ICU patients, whether the exact etiology leading to the diseases. However, how to maintain adequate hemodynamic status in order to keep the patients with well organs perfusion is the main issue of the intensive care physicians. The choices of vasoactive drugs in the guidelines or experts' suggestions nowadays used are still limited in the western medicine. Si-Ni-Tang, a remedy previously used in ancient China and now widely prescribed in Taiwan and China, is used for treating patients diagnosed as shock or heart failure. The investigators are eager to know if there existed any benefit via adding this drug to treat the septic shock patients. Therefore, the investigators designed a prospectively randomized double blind control trial to determine whether simultaneously using the traditional Chinese medicine, Si-Ni-Tang, is more effective in the treatment of septic shock patients. More... »

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