Myocarditis and treatment

Myocarditis is localized or diffuse myocardial inflammatory lesions, often as part of systemic disease.
The disease can cause different symptoms and the performance of each disease belong to TCM: other than a sense of onset, is a febrile disease; to arrhythmia, is palpitations, Zheng Zhong; with chest pain, and belongs Chest; in heart function incomplete, is a heart of water, Asthma; there are some genera consumptive Jue card. Mostly occurs in children and adolescents.
The main clinical manifestations: palpitations, shortness of breath, chest tightness, chest pain, fatigue and dizziness. Newborns can temperature did not rise, fatigue, poor feeding or vomiting, shortness of breath, nasal fan, bruising, easily mistaken for pneumonia. There may be serious congestive heart failure or cardiogenic shock.
Signs: pale, shortness of breath, sweating, veins sewing, low blood pressure, cardiac enlargement, apical first heart sound low and weak, there may gallop rate, precordial Yu Xin to I ~ II grade systolic murmur can be heard even pericardial friction rub, hepatomegaly.
X-ray examination: enlargement of the heart, the left ventricle more significant. Weak cardiac, pulmonary congestion. Pulmonary edema.
ECG: The two main leads ST – T segment or T wave changes significantly changed. QRS wave low voltage, atrioventricular block, intraventricular conduction delay.
Blood tests: white blood cells, increased neutrophils, ESR, serum SGOT, CPK, LDH, CPK -MB etc. increased.
TCM believes that this pathogen caused because of lack of righteousness, cult poison guilty heart. Dysfunctional organs are internal, cult poison intrusion is external. On the one hand is a positive imaginary yin and yang qi loss, on the other hand is phlegm stasis. Struggle between good and evil. Cold and heat mixed, complex condition changes is the pathological basis of the disease.
Doctors believe that due to infection caused by viruses and bacteria. Coxsackie B viruses and ECHO virus most common bacterial infection staphylococcus more.

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