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Abstract Title:

[406 cases of angina pectoris in coronary heart disease treated with saponin of Tribulus terrestris].

Abstract Source:

Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi. 1990 Feb;10(2):85-7, 68. PMID: 2364467

Abstract Author(s):

B Wang, L Ma, T Liu

Abstract:

Coronary heart disease (CHD) was treated with saponin of Tribulus terrestris. According to 406 cases of clinical observation and a cross test (67 cases treated with Yufen Ningxin Pian as control), the results showed that the total efficacious rate of remission angina pectoris was 82.3%. It was higher than the control group with a total effective rate of 67.2% (P less than 0.05). The total effective rate of ECG improvement (52.7%) was even higher than that of the control group (35.8%). It is shown that saponin of Tribulus terrestris has the action of dilating coronary artery and improving coronary circulation, and thus has better effects on improving ECG of myocardial ischemia. If taken for a long time, it has no adverse reaction on blood system and hepatic and renal functions. Neither does it have side effects. It is one of the ideal medicines to treat angina pectoris.

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