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Analysis of Prescriptions from Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang, Somunsunmyungronbang and Nansilbijang based on Herb weight ratio grade (본초 비율의 순위를 이용한 문헌의 특징 분석 방법 - 태평혜민화제국방(太平惠民和劑局方), 난실비장(蘭室秘藏), 소문선명론방(素問宣明論方)을 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Ki-Wook;Kim, Thae-Yul;Lee, Byung-Wook
    • Journal of Korean Medical classics
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.73-84
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    • 2014
  • Objectives : I'd like to mimic JunChenZuoShe Theory as Herb weight ratio grade. And than analyze the characteristics of the prescription based on the Herb weight ratio grade from Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang, Somunsunmyungronbang and Nansilbijang. Methods : At first, we have changed herb informations to Herb weight ratio. The second we have decided the ranking of herb weight ratio. The third we have entered herb weight ratio grade. Finally we have counted frequency of first grade herb from the Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang, Somunsunmyungronbang and Nansilbijang. Results : We could use a new search function to find prescription by herb weight ratio grade. And than we could find out prescription efficacy rate of the ancient documents. Conclusions : We have entered herb weight ratio grade values by herb weight ratio ranking of top 10%, 30%, 60%. So we could find out that buqi(補氣) efficacy is used most often in the Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang, Somunsunmyungronbang and Nansilbijang. In the rate of qingrezaoshi(淸熱燥濕) efficacy, fasanfengre(發散風熱) efficacy, fasanfenghan(發散風寒) efficacy, Nansilbijang is higher than Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang. In the rate of qingrezaoshi(淸熱燥濕) efficacy, gongxia(攻下) efficacy, Somunsunmyungronbang is higher than Taepyeonghyeminhwajegukbang.

A Study on the Comparative Method of Prescription Using Herb Weight Ratio (방제의 본초 중량비를 활용한 방제 비교 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Daesik;Lee, Bookyun;Lee, Byung Wook
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.121-132
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    • 2013
  • Objectives : The objectives of this study is to establish data-base to find out similar herbal formulas with a particular herbal formula by comparing composition ratio of configuring herbs. And this thesis is to analyze differences of prescriptions and find out similar prescriptions by utilizing galenical mass ratio, which is directly related to effectiveness of galenical. Methods : This study was proceeded by using Access 2007 with Window 7(MS) and 2,787 prescriptions of which herbal configuration could be indicated by weight unit were analysed from Donguibogam. We standardize all units of the prescription and input the mass ratio data when entered galenical data. Results : We could confirm a degree of similarity between compared prescriptions and a particular prescription according to the sum of differences of herb weight ratio and similarity ratio. Conclusions : A most similar herbal formula could be searched through comparing multi prescriptions by multi prescriptions of herbal configuration from established herbal formula data-base where herb weight ratio of prescriptions is to be input.

Frequency Analysis of Clinical Prescriptions in the Korean Medicine Hospital, Pusan National University based on Herb Weight Ratio(2) - Focusing on Prescriptions of Herbal Formula Study Textbook - (본초 중량비를 이용한 부산대학교 한방병원의 첩약 사용 빈도 분석(2) - 방제 교재 수록 처방을 중심으로 -)

  • Shin, Byung-chul;Lee, Byung-wook
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.77-89
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    • 2015
  • Objectives : This Study aims to extract the actual prescriptions used frequently in the clinical settings and the frequently used prescription list of textbook on herbal formulae by comparing the prescriptions recorded in the textbook on herbal formulae, and to examine the range of the efficacies of the corresponding prescription on the basis of the records of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Methods : By making comparison of the herb weight ratios of the prescriptions recorded in the textbook on herbal formulae with those recorded in EMR, the frequency is measured on the basis of the textbook on herbal formulae prescription and the frequency indication is computed for the clinical prescriptions with lower level of differences. Results & Conclusions : On the basis of the details of the clinical prescriptions used at the P Hospital, Yugmijihwang-tang, Samlyeongbaegchul-san, Jugyeobseoggo-tang, Maegmundong-tang, Olyeong-san and Baegho-tang, among the similar prescriptions for which the title prescriptions of the textbook on herbal formulae and the herbal composition coincide by more than 80%, are not included in the list of prescriptions covered under the national health insurance system even though they are frequently used prescriptions.

A Study on the Inference and Classification Method of the Effectiveness Using the Herb Composition (본초 구성을 이용한 방제의 효능 추론 및 분류 방법에 관한 연구)

  • Bang, Min-Woo;Kim, Ki-Wook;Lee, Byung-Wook
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.29-38
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    • 2017
  • Objectives : The purpose of this study is to infer the prescription effectiveness that have not been recorded in the existing effectiveness and to find out how to classify. Methods : The herbal compositions of bang-yaghabpyeon, the herbal textbooks and contents related to the prescription textbooks' effectiveness were entered into the database using the 'Access 2014 of the MS'. The effectiveness are inferred using query sentences. Results : The prescription effectiveness in the bang-yaghabpyeon were inferred using the herbal classification, herbal effectiveness and herbal effectiveness inferred from prescription textbooks. Conclusions : Each information of herbal effectiveness strength was extracted using the prescription textbooks' effectiveness information. These results were efficient to infer and classify bang-yaghabpyeon prescription effectiveness.

A study on the comparative method of prescription using gunsinjwasa theory (군신좌사 개념을 도입한 방제 검색 및 비교 시스템에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Hansu;Lee, ByungWook;Lee, Boo-Kyun
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.45-54
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    • 2014
  • Objectives : The main objective of this study is to classify herbal components to 4 groups which are similar to Gunsinjwasa grades by using herbal composition ratio of prescription. Another objective is to design the searching system which compares prescriptions and improves efficiency with 4 groups like Gunsinjwasa grades. Methods : This study was proceeded with Acess 2007 on Microsoft Windows 7 and we created composition ratio based on weight by using prescriptions of Donguibogam, Uihagipmun and Banghakhabpyun. We could make comparison and searching method of prescriptions. Results : We could search using composition ratio degree of herbs which composes prescription. And the similarity comparison of prescription was possible with value from 0 to 10. Conclusions : We could increase the accuracy of the searching prescriptions and comparison with putting into the information about composition degree and composition ratio of herbs which compose a prescription.

Frequency Analysis of Clinical Prescriptions in the Korean Medicine Hospital, Pusan National University based on Herb Weight Ratio(3) - Focusing on Back Pain and Nape Pain - (M54 코드 질환에 대한 부산대학교 한방병원의 본초 사용 내역 분석(3))

  • Lee, Byung-Wook
    • The Journal of Korean Medical History
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.93-102
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    • 2015
  • Objectives : The aim of this paper is finding the combinations of the medicinal herbs that are used frequently by analyzing the details of the herbal medicinal prescriptions used by the patients who were diagnosed with M54 code diseases. In addition, I will seek to assess the demonstrative pattern that frequently manifest in the M54 code disease patients by using the combinations of the medicinal herbs that are used frequently. Methods : After having extracted the prescription administered to the patients with the diagnostic code of M54, find the relevance with the demonstrative pattern by analyzing the combination for each of the medicinal herb effectiveness. Use the list of medicinal herbs utilized in the corresponding prescription to examine the most frequent combination of the medicinal herbs through the generation of up to 25 arbitrary combinations of the medicinal herbs. Results & Conclusions : As the results of the analysis of the details of the use of the prescribed herbal medicine packages by the Korean Medicine Hospital of Pusan National University, regarding the back pain of the diagnostic code M54, the prescriptions that corresponded to the kidney deficiency pattern, static blood pattern, wind pattern, dampness pattern, food accumulation pattern, qi depression pattern and phlegm-retained fluid pattern back pain among the back pain classifications under the Dongeuibogam (東醫寶鑑) were used frequently, and, regarding the Nape Pain, prescriptions that corresponded to the pain arising from the wind-dampness and phlegm the 'Taeyang meridian' was most frequent.

Frequency Analysis of Clinical Prescriptions in the Korean Medicine Hospital Pusan National University based on Herb Weight Ratio(1) - Focusing on Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts - (본초 중량비를 이용한 부산대학교 한방병원의 첩약 사용 빈도 분석(1) - 보험처방을 중심으로 -)

  • Heo, Kwang-ho;Hwang, Eui-hyoung;Lee, Byung-wook
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.67-76
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    • 2015
  • Objectives : This Study aims to search for the actual prescriptions worth being Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts(IHME), which frequently used frequently in the clinical settings by comparing clinical prescriptions with the list of prescriptions covered under the national health insurance system. Methods : By making comparisons of the herb weight ratios of IHME with those recorded in EMR, the frequency is measured on the basis of the IHME and the frequency indication is computed for the clinical prescriptions with lower level of differences. Results & Conclusions : On the basis of the details of the clinical prescriptions used at the EMR, we have found out that many clinical prescriptions of EMR are similar for banhasasim-tang, banhabaekchulcheonmatang, bojungikgi-tang and jaeumganghwa-tang in the national health insurance system. And we could analyze indications of those prescriptions. So, if we can make a similarity criteria of prescriptions and this methods are used at nationwide research, we will be able to obtain a satisfactory result in study, medical industry and clinics.

A Study on the Standard Prescription-Based Prescription Analysis Method (기존방제를 기반한 처방분석 방법에 관한 연구)

  • Yoon, HongGeol;Kim, KiWook;Oh, YongTaek;Lee, ByungWook
    • Journal of Korean Medical classics
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    • v.34 no.4
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    • pp.65-78
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    • 2021
  • Objectives : This study aims to provide a methodology for effectively searching similar applications of formulas by comparing applications of pre-existing prescriptions and those applied clinically based on the difference in weight ratio of each medicinal. Methods : The clinical application part was substituted by prescriptions from the Donguibogam. Samples of pre-existing prescriptions were taken from the Bangyakhappyeon. The component ratio of Donguibogam prescriptions(Y) and Bangyakhappyeon prescriptions(X1, X2) were calculated and expressed as Y = a×X1 +b×X2 + α. (a,b: numbers, α: the rest) Results : 1. In order to express the component ratio based on arbitrary prescriptions as standard prescription, a system that incorporates a storage sector for pre-existing prescription data, an input sector for arbitrary prescription data, an analysis sector that compares the two, and an output sector that generates analysis results is required. 2. The current study shows that the suggested analysis method allows for two standard prescriptions to an arbitrary prescription. Therefore, it is possible to analyze prescriptions that are combinations of two standard prescriptions. 3. Based on arbitrary prescription(Y) and pre-existing prescription(X1, X2), the combinations could be expressed as Y= a×X1 + b×X2 + α. Through finding the most simple combination, it is possible to search the most similar application to each arbitrary prescription.