Wan-jun Cheng

Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Min-hou, Fujian, China

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Publications (4)2.43 Total impact

  • Ya-lei Shi · Min-jian Zhang · Wan-jun Cheng · Yang-fan Ou
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    ABSTRACT: To observe the clinical efficacy of Shugan Yiyang Capsules in the treatment of asthenospermia and its action mechanisms. We randomly assigned 135 asthenospermia patients to groups A (n = 47), B (n = 45), and C (n = 43) to be treated with Shugan Yiyang Capsules, oral levocarnitine, or combination of the two. We observed sperm quality and the level of α-glucosidase in the seminal plasma before and after medication. The total effectiveness rate was 70.21% in group A (markedly effective in 16 cases and effective in 17), 68.89% in group B (markedly effective in 15 cases and effective in 16), and 83.72% in group C (markedly effective in 16 cases and effective in 20), significantly higher in C than in A and B (P < 0.05). Both sperm quality and the level of α-glucosidase in the seminal plasma were improved in the three groups of patients, most obviously in group C. Shugan Yiyang Capsules can be used for the treatment of asthenospermia, and its effect can be enhanced in combination with oral levocarnitine.
    No preview · Article · Jul 2015 · Zhonghua nan ke xue = National journal of andrology
  • Min-Jian Zhang · Ya-Lei Shi · Wan-Jun Cheng · Zhen-Wei Li · Xiang Lin
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    ABSTRACT: Objective To observe the relaxant effect of Aike Mixture (艾可合剂, AKM) on isolated bladder and prostatic urethral smooth muscle of rabbits. Methods The isolated bladder and prostatic urethral smooth muscle from male rabbits were placed in a Magnus bath and smooth muscle contraction was measured using a biological signal acquisition and analysis system. The effects of AKM in combination with methoxyamine, carbachol and CaCl2 on the contractile tension of muscle strips were determined by cumulative dosing. Results AKM dose-dependently reduced contractile tension of bladder trigone smooth muscle (r=0.831, P<0.05), reduced contractile wave amplitude (r=0.837, P<0.05) and decreased contractile frequency (r=−0.917, P<0.01). AKM significantly inhibited the increases in smooth muscle contraction induced by methoxyamine, carbachol and CaCl2. Conclusion AKM dose-dependently inhibited the contraction of rabbit isolated bladder and prostatic urethral smooth muscle by antagonizing α1-adrenergic receptors and M-cholinergic receptors.
    No preview · Article · May 2012 · Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine
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    ABSTRACT: To observe the effect of Aike Mixture (AKM) on prostatic inflammatory infiltration in patients with chronic prostatitis type III A (III A-CP/CPPS) and evaluate its anti-inflammatory action. METHODS METHODS: A total of 60 patients with III A-CP/CPPS suitable to operation and differentiated as Chinese medicine: Gan qi stagnancy syndrome type were selected. They were assigned with the random number table to two groups equally. Before operation, the patients in the treated group were administered with Proscar combined with AKM, but those in the control group treated with Proscar only. Suprapubic transvesical prostatectomy was performed two weeks later, and prostatic pathological examination was conducted. Grading of: inflammatory cell infiltration showed that the mean grade in the treated group was 0.78 ± 0.90 grades, which was significantly lower than that in the control group 1.68 ± 0.87 grades (P<0.05). However, the two groups were not different in the grades of fibroblast proliferation (1.50 ± 0.70 grades vs 1.62 ± 0.87 grades, P>0.05). AKM could suppress the inflammatory cell infiltration, be an effective and safe remedy for the treatment of IIIA-CP/CPPS of Gan-qi stagnancy syndrome type, and worthy for spreading in clinical use.
    No preview · Article · Jan 2011 · Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine
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    ABSTRACT: To study the anti-inflammatory and analgesic actions of Aike Mixture (AKM). A total of 100 male mice were randomly assigned into 5 groups: a normal control group, a drug control group (a hydrocortisone subgroup and an atropine subgroup), a high-dose AKM group, a mid-dose AKM group and a low-dose AKM group. Xylene was spread on the left ear of the experimental mice to induce inflammation, and 1% acetic acid solution injected into the abdominal cavity to produce pain so as to cause the body bend. Different doses of AKM were given and their actions observed. AKM had obvious anti-inflammatory effect on the xylene-induced ear tumefaction and inhibited the pain-caused body bend in the AKM groups, with significant difference from the normal control (P < 0.01). AKM has good anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, which is of clinical significance in the treatment of chronic prostatitis.
    No preview · Article · May 2007 · Zhonghua nan ke xue = National journal of andrology

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4 Citations
2.43 Total Impact Points

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  • 2012
    • Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
      Min-hou, Fujian, China

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