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Treatment of chronic renal failure by retention enema with rhizoma rhei compound decoction

, : Treatment of chronic renal failure by retention enema with rhizoma rhei compound decoction. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 2(3): 211-214

Patients (20) with chronic renal faiure were treated by retention-enema with a decoction containing the Chinese medicines Radix et Rhizoma Rhei, Herba Taraxaci and Concha Ostreae. After treatment, 10 patients with serum creatinine lower than 10 mg% showed alleviation or disappearance of symptoms and decrease of blood urea nitrogen (BUN). Excretion of uremic substance from the intestine might be enhanced by the treatment, though the mechanism is unknown.


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