Acute Enteritis, Dysentery

Acute enteritis is most often due to food products that have been contaminated with bacteria or toxins. Symptoms are sudden abdominal pain, borborygmus, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, loose or watery stools. Symptoms that often accompany enteritis include fever, headache and sensitivity to pressure around the umbilicus. Dehydration and toxicosis may occur if immediate measures are not taken. Symptoms of acute dysentery are similar to those of enteritis but with tenesmus and scanty stools that contain blood, pus, or mucus.


ST 25 Tianshu


I cc. of 25% glucose or 50 mg of Vitamin B1 is injected into Stomach 25 Tianshu bilaterally.

Note: it is not known how "mg" (a measurement of weight) could be directly injected without putting this material into a wet medium measured such as "ml" or "cc". The source text does not provide this information.

Source: The Treament of 100 Common Diseases by New Acupuncture, Medicine and Health Publishing Company






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