A clinical epidemiological study of the quantitative diagnosis scale of blood stasis syndrome
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To establish the diagnosis scale of blood stasis syndrome (BSS) and explore the idea and method of using scale to research the quantitative diagnosis of Chinese medicine (CM) syndrome.
Combining the modern epidemiology, consulting the access of quality of life scale, and colligating multi-angle methods to make the scale.
The scale had relatively good reliability and validity and could be used to estimate the degree of stasis and analyse the curative effect.
It was a reference for CM syndrome diagnosis that combines screening methods of scale entry with quantitative diagnosis to establish the quantitative diagnosis scale.
Keywordsblood stasis syndrome diagnosis scale epidemiological study
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