ch med theory

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ch med theory
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  1. Chills and fever
    neck aches
    aversoin to cold
    H/A
    no sweating
    T = No change
    P = Floating and tight
    Tai Yang

    Wind cold shi
  2. chills and fever
    body ackes
    aversion to cold
    sweating
    T = no change
    P = floating
    Tai Yang

    Wind cold Xu
  3. Alternating chills and fever
    hypoC pain
    irritability
    T = yellow (or white coat)
    P = wiry
    Shao yang
  4. big sweat
    big fever
    big thirst
    big pulse
    red face
    irritability
    T = red, dry yellow coat
    P = full and rapid
    Yang ming meridian (internal full heat)
  5. constipation
    high fever
    sweating
    abdo fullness and pain
    T = red, dry yellow coat
    P = deep and forceful
    Yang ming fu (internal heat with constipation)
  6. abdo fullnes and pain (better with warmth)
    anorexia
    diarrhea
    T = pale with sticky white coat
    P = slow (maybe thin and deep)
    • Tai Yin
    • (sp yang xu)
  7. feels cold and wants to curl up and sleep
    cold limbs
    diarrhea with undigested food
    T = pale with white coat
    P = deep and thready
    • Shao yin cold
    • (ht and kd yang xu)
  8. Low grade pm fever
    insomnia
    dark scanty urine
    T = red with sparse coat
    P = thin and rapid
    • Shao yin heat
    • (ht and kd yin xu)
  9. upper body heat and lower body cold
    N/V
    diarrhea
    T = red with sparse coat
    P = thin and rapid
    Jue yin
  10. Tx.
    Tai Yang wind cold shi
    • Ma Huang Tang
    • open exterior
    • promote lung d and d
    • regulate ying and wei
  11. Tx.
    Tai Yang wind cold xu
    • Gu Zhi Tang
    • Open exterior
    • Regulate ying and wei
  12. Tx.
    Shao Yang
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang
    • Harmonize ying and wei
  13. Tx.
    Yang Ming Meridian (internal full heat)
    • Bai Hu Tang
    • clear heat
  14. Tx.
    Yang Ming Fu (internal heat with constipation)
    • Da Cheng Qi Tang
    • clear heat and purge accumulation
  15. Tx.
    Tai Yin
    (SP yang xu)
    • Li Zhong Wan
    • warm middle jiao and dispense cold
  16. Tx.
    Shao Yin cold
    • Fu Zi Tang
    • Restore Yang
  17. Tx.
    Shao Yin Heat
    • Huang Lian E Jiao Tang
    • nourish yin
    • clear heat
  18. Tx.
    Jue Yin
    • Dang Gui Si Ni Tang
    • warm yang
    • astringe qi
  19. chills and fever
    sore throat
    h/a
    cough
    T = Maybe red tip
    P = Floating and rapid
    Wei (wind heat)
  20. big sweat
    big fever
    big thirst
    big pulse
    bitter tast
    dark scanty urine
    T = red with yellow coat
    P = full and rapid
    Qi (full internal heat)
  21. fever worse at night
    faint skin eruptions
    insomnia
    restlessness
    T = red with sparse coat
    P = thin and rapid
    • Ying
    • (qi, xue, yin xu - from full heat)
  22. high fever
    bleeding Sx.
    bleeding skin eruptions
    delirium
    mania
    T = crimson
    P = thin and rapid
    • Xue
    • (blood heat causing yin collapse)
  23. Tx.
    Wei
    • Yin Qiao San
    • release exterior and clear heat
  24. Tx.
    Qi
    • Bai Hu Tang
    • clear heat
  25. Tx.
    Ying
    • Qing Ying Tang
    • clear heat
    • nourish yin
  26. Tx.
    Xue
    • Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang
    • cool blood
    • stop bleeding
    • bu Yin and Qi
    • calm shen

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