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Effect of Chinese Medicine SH-Kangdu Mixture on Blood in Rabbits
Author of the article:PANG Yong-quan, YANG Jun-qing*, HAN Zhi-gang, ZHANG Yun-mei, BI Xiao-yun
Author's Workplace:(Chongqing Medical University, Chongqing 400016)
Key Words:Chinese medicine SH-Kangdu mixture; rabbit; blood
Abstract:
Objective To observe the effects of Chinese medicine SH-Kangdu (antitoxic) mixture on peripheral blood in normal rabbits. Methods The food was administrated orally, which consists of 3% Chinese medicine SH-Kangdu mixture. The counts of white blood cell (RBC), red blood cell (WBC), plate (PLT), the content of hemoglobin (HGB) and lymphocyte were measured at 1,3,5,7,14 days after treatment. Results This Chinese medicine mixture obviously increased the numbers of RBC, WBC, lymphocyte and HGB within 3 days. These changes lasted beyond 14 days. The distribution of WBC could be adopted by this mixture. Conclusion The Chinese medicine SH-Kangdu mixture can significantly facilitate the produce of blood cells, and enhance immune capacity.
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