Acupuncture Chinese medicine prescription
Stye is also known as blephaeritis. The medicine of the motherland calls it earthworm or soil sample, commonly known as “needle eye”. It is a common eye disease that everyone can suffer from and it occurs more often in young people.
The disease is stubborn and easy to recur, leaving eye scars in severe cases.
(1) Etiology and pathogenesis The bleb glands hang in the deep part of the eyelid, but open at the edge of the eyelid. Bacteria (mainly staphylococcus) enter the opening to enter the sebaceous glands at the root of the eyelashes or the meibomian glands in the deep part of the eyelid, causing acute sepsis.The former is called outer maltoma, usually called inner maltoma.
The eyelids of healthy people have a strong defense ability, which can resist the attack of royal external bacteria. However, when the body’s resistance weakens (such as malnutrition, lack of sleep or diabetes), it easily occurs.
When suffering from facial inflammation, trachoma, chronic conjunctivitis or excessive eye use, and myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and other eye diseases, it is not corrected in time, and eye fatigue may also occur.
Do not pay attention to the hygiene of the eyes. Wipe the eyes with dirty hands, towels, handkerchiefs, etc. Bacteria invade the eyelid glands, which can directly cause stye.
(B) Patient performance 1.
Outer wheat swollen: Also known as facial ridge, the eyelids are red and swollen at the beginning of the onset, pain; the induration can be touched near the edge of the face, and there is obvious tenderness. After a few days, the induration becomes soft and pus, and a yellow-white pus appears near the root of the eyelashes.
After the pus is ruptured, the pus is discharged, the swelling quickly subsides, and the pain is relieved.
If the pathogen is toxic or toxic or the body’s resistance to pathogens is reduced, inflammation spreads from one gland to other glands, forming multiple pus spots, highly swollen eyelids, edema near the bulbar conjunctiva, and swelling and pain in the lymph nodes before the ear.
Toddlers and elderly frail people even show signs of chills and fever.
2.Internal myeloma: The patient’s performance is the same as external myeloma, but because the infected meibomian glands are located in the more severe meibomian tissue, the eyelid redness and swelling are not as significant as the external myeloma.It is milder and the complications are earlier.
Early inflammation of the meibomian glands was congested and raised, and a few yellow pus heads were visible in the conjunctival surface of the eyelids. Finally, the conjunctiva was punctured and discharged in the conjunctival sac.
(C) Home Nursing 1.
Home medication (1) 0.
25% chloramphenicol eye drops, 4-6 times daily or 0.
1% rifampicin eye drops, 2-4 times a day, click the eye.
5% tetracycline eye ointment or 0.
Apply 5% erythromycin eye ointment 3-4 times a day.
(3) If the symptoms are severe or accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fever, antibiotics or sulfa drugs should be used systemically to control inflammation and prevent spread.
If taken orally: Compound Xinnuoming, 2 tablets each time, 2 times a day, 4 tablets for the first time.
Midemicin, each time O.
2 grams 3 times a day.
Erythromycin, 0 each time.
25 grams 4 times a day.
2.Chinese medicine and remedies (1) 30 grams of dandelion, 9 grams of chrysanthemum, decoction, 2 times a day.
(2) Fresh dandelions and Hedyotis diffusa are smashed for external application.
(3) Yinqiao Jiedu Pill, nine times a day, 2 times a day, orally.
(4) Take 30g of Root Calamus root and 10g of salt.
3．The hot and cold compresses on the eyes can speed up the blood circulation of the eyes and dilate blood vessels. Early application can reduce swelling and pain, and gradually eliminate the effects.
If it has been applied constantly, it can shorten the course of the disease and perform early puncture.
Method: Take multiple layers of gauze or towels and immerse them in boiling water or cook them. After twisting, apply them directly to the affected area, change them for several minutes, and keep the high temperature for about 20 minutes, 3 times a day, until the induration disappears and the abscess begins to gradually.
4．People with conditions can also go to nearby hospitals for physical therapy.
5.Nutrition and dietary illness should strengthen nutrition, eat more vegetables, drink more water, eat less sweets, avoid stimulating foods, eat less fried foods, do not eat too much greasy food, you can take cod liver oil appropriately.
Home care (1) ensure that the patient is fully rested and avoids excessive fatigue.
(2) Keep the stool smooth, and treat patients with dry stools with medication.
(IV) Precautions 1.Stye should not be squeezed or prematurely cut with an unsterilized needle.
Because the eyelid is rich in blood vessels, its veins communicate with the orbital veins and facial veins, and there is no venous valve to prevent its blood from returning. It also communicates with the cranial veins and can spread. Cellulitis caused by mild cases can cause cavernous sinus thrombosisSepticemia is life threatening.
A hot water bottle cannot be used instead of a hot and humid compress, as the hot water bottle has a shallow penetration and weak effect, which only causes the surface tissue to be congested.
When doing hot and humid compresses, prevent skin burns, especially for young children and elderly patients. You can apply a thin layer of petrolatum or cover petrolatum gauze on the eyelid to prevent it.
3．When an abscess has formed and pustules have appeared, you should go to the hospital to open and drain the pus. If the abscess is punctured by itself, it can be gently wiped off with clean cotton.
4．After the illness, continue to take medicine for about a week to prevent recurrence.
5.For patients who relapse stubbornly, they should go to the hospital to find out the cause and treat it.
(5) Prevention common sense 1.
Always keep your eyes clean and don’t wipe your eyes with dirty hands, towels, handkerchiefs, etc.
2.Suffering from blepharitis, conjunctivitis or trachoma should be treated promptly.
3．In the case of diabetes, frequent diarrhea, tuberculosis, tonsillitis and other chronic diseases, timely treatment is required.
4．If you have nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, you should correct your glasses in time.