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Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine ›› 2004, Vol. 2 ›› Issue (5): 337-339.doi: 10.3736/jcim20040507

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Risk factors of traditional Chinese medical syndromes in moderate and advanced lung cancer patients with concurrent fungal pneumonia

Kai-wen Hu1(), Fen Wang1, Yang Cao1, Xiu-lan He1, Ming-huan Zuo1, Wen-qiang Chen2   

  1. 1. Department of Oncology, Orient Hospital, Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing 100078, China
    2. Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xuanwu Hospital, Capital University of Medicine, Beijing 100053, China
  • Received:2004-02-10 Online:2004-09-20 Published:2018-10-20

Objective: To analyze the relationship between traditional Chinese medical syndromes and fungal pneumonia for moderate and advanced lung cancer patients.Methods: We retrospected 115 moderate and advanced lung cancer patients with different syndromes in traditional Chinese medicine (qi deficiency, yin deficiency, blood deficiency, yang deficiency, blood stasis, phlegm dampness, phlegm heat, damp heat, cold dampness, qi stagnation, heat toxin), who had the concurrent fungal pneumonia, and used regression analysis method to analyze the data.Results: When the patients had the phlegm heat syndrome, they got a significantly higher risk of having fungal pneumonia (P<0.05); and when they had the heat toxin syndrome, they also had a high risk of having fungal pneumonia (P<0.05).Conclusion: The phlegm heat and heat toxin syndromes are the risk factors for moderate and advanced lung cancer patients having concurrent fungal pneumonia.

Key words: lung cancer, fungal pneumonia, syndromes, traditional Chinese medicine, risk factors

CLC Number: 

  • R734.2

Tab 1

Logistic regression analysis for relationship between traditional Chinese medical syndromes and fungal pneumonia in moderate and advanced lung cancer patients"

Syndrome B S.E. Wald df Sig. Exp (B)
Qi deficiency -0.660 0.732 0.815 1 0.367 0.517
Yin deficiency -0.319 0.254 1.586 1 0.208 0.727
Yang deficiency 0.000 0.206 0.000 1 1.000 1.000
Blood deficiency -0.168 0.311 0.290 1 0.590 0.846
Blood stasis -0.103 0.210 0.241 1 0.623 0.902
Phlegm dampness 0.171 0.325 0.278 1 0.598 1.187
Phlegm heat 0.505 0.185 7.459 1 0.006** 1.657
Heat toxin 0.382 0.189 4.091 1 0.043* 1.465
Cold dampness 0.014 0.402 0.001 1 0.971 1.015
Qi stagnation -2.478 18.345 0.018 1 0.893 0.084
Deficiency 0.125 0.162 0.594 1 0.441 1.133
Mixture of deficiency and excess 6.918 99.639 0.005 1 0.945 0.995
Excess 0.853 102.962 0.000 1 0.993 2.347
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