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International Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 2022, 3(1); doi: 10.38007/IJPHPM.2022.030102.

Meta-analysis of the Effect of Dressing Change of Traditional Chinese Medicine on Wound Healing after Perianal Abscess


Farquhar Graham

Corresponding Author:
Farquhar Graham

CFIN, Norrebrogade 44, Build 10G, 4th, DK-8000 Aarhus, Denmark


With the vigorous development of medicine in the motherland, traditional Chinese medicine treatment is increasingly used in clinical practice. Oral and external application of Chinese medicine, acupuncture, massage, and external treatment are all commonly used treatment methods. Chinese medicine treatment is related to the treatment of perianal abscess Lymphedema is also being tested for effectiveness and safety. This article is based on the Meta analysis method based on deep learning to study the wound healing of traditional Chinese medicine changing after the treatment of perianal abscess. In this paper, patients with perianal abscess after surgery are taken as the research object, and the postoperative wound healing of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine is analyzed through the Meta theory of deep learning. Through searching the CNKI database and the National Library database, collecting research data since June 2020, including 31 documents, a total of 3537 patients, of which 1789 were in the traditional Chinese medicine powder group and 1748 were in the conventional method group. In the traditional Chinese medicine powder group, the minimum patient volume was 24 cases and the maximum patient volume was 486 cases; the conventional method group had the minimum patient volume of 24 cases and the maximum patient volume of 474 cases, and then analyzed by Meta analysis software. The results of the study showed that the combination of traditional Chinese medicine powder after perianal abscess surgery improved AS (MD=6.66, 95%CI[2.24,11.08], P=0.003), AF (MD=6.61, 95%CI[3.84,9.39], P <0.00001) and TS (MD=6.70, 95%CI[1.71, 11.70], P=0.009) are significantly better than western medicine treatment, suggesting that combined use of traditional Chinese medicine powder for perianal abscess surgery is better than conventional western medicine treatment in improving DP.


Deep Learning Technology, Perianal Abscess Surgery, Chinese Medicine Dressing, Meta Analysis

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Farquhar Graham. Meta-analysis of the Effect of Dressing Change of Traditional Chinese Medicine on Wound Healing after Perianal Abscess. International Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 1: 14-33. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJPHPM.2022.030102.


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