How to rate Chinese medicine for neonatal pneumonia?


After catching up on this mom before and after post…….

Let’s start with your biggest concern: the child is fine, and by the count of it, school is almost here.

From what I know of the public information, here’s what it looks like.

What is Hikerau, do your own search…what green therapy, tui na acupuncture for pneumonia can rest.

And this mother had already been to an outpatient clinic when she wanted to see a TCM doctor, who said there was no major problem.

That’s why some people are cursing IQ and whatnot.

The whole thing is just a very common condition of neonatal jaundice + pneumonia. Of course, I could tell a lot of stories about these two illnesses, but stories like pediatrics, which is a place of right and wrong, I wouldn’t tell in certain professionally politically correct situations (which you will all experience when you have a baby in the future anyway).

Speechless … How to evaluate this Chinese medicine treatment of pneumonia in newborns (one or two months older).

Research on the preparation of small green dragon plasters

The scholars used ethanol to extract five times the concentrated poultice and stick it on the rat skin, which is only half as thick as the human skin, for four hours, only to have a 5% skin penetration rate, you tell me that decoction can be cured by taking a bath? Oral bioavailability is at least 20% better, right?

How long have you kept the baby in the pressure cooker?

Please understand the difference between a “child” and a “newborn” before you speak out of turn.

Make a group of eggplant balls and go for an eye appointment yourself, or see a brain doctor.

If you look for a library of literature, search for yourself “Chinese medicine newborn”, all of them are “complementary treatment”, “treatment complications”. Bacterial infections, especially such critical ones as pneumonia and bacterial meningitis, are by far the most effective method in all of mankind – arguably even the only stable and effective method – with only one antibiotic. It’s not a matter of Chinese medicine or Western medicine, there is no stable and effective way to treat neonatal pneumonia without antibiotics, and that’s all bullshit at this stage.

Phage therapy may still have a long way to go, and until then we can only pray that resistant bacteria don’t develop too quickly.

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