Efficiency Study of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Versus Western Medicine (WM) on Ischemic Stroke

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Update History

16 Feb '12
A location was updated in Beijing.
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The overall status was removed for China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences.
6 Oct '11
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - According with the stroke diagnosis of Traditional Chinese Medicine - According to atherosclerotic thrombotic cerebral infarction from Western diagnosis such as medical history and CT / MRI examinations - It has attacked in 7 days - The assessment of scale of NIHSS:4-24 points - Age: ≥ 35 years and ≤ 75 years - Patients or their legal guardians sign informed consent form Exclusion Criteria: - The patients with ICH or cerebral hemorrhage or TIA - It has attacked beyond 7 days - Patients with stroke history and the mRS ≥ 2 points before this attack - Mixed type of stroke (infarction after bleeding or bleeding after infarction) - Patients with cerebral infarction by cardiogenic embolism, blood hypercoagulable state and tunica intima exfoliating - Patients with serious heart disease;failure of heart or liver or kidney; cancer;digestive tract bleeding - Women of pregnancy or breast-feeding - Patients who are taking part in other clinical trials that will influence the results of this study
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Inclusion Criteria: - According with the stroke diagnosis of Traditional Chinese Medicine - According to atherosclerotic thrombotic cerebral infarction from Western diagnosis such as medical history and CT / MRI examinations - It has attacked in 7 days - The assessment of scale of NIHSS:4-24 points - Age: ? 35 years and ? 75 years - Patients or their legal guardians sign informed consent form Exclusion Criteria: - The patients with ICH or cerebral hemorrhage or TIA - It has attacked beyond 7 days - Patients with stroke history and the mRS ? 2 points before this attack - Mixed type of stroke (infarction after bleeding or bleeding after infarction) - Patients with cerebral infarction by cardiogenic embolism, blood hypercoagulable state and tunica intima exfoliating - Patients with serious heart disease;failure of heart or liver or kidney; cancer;digestive tract bleeding - Women of pregnancy or breast-feeding - Patients who are taking part in other clinical trials that will influence the results of this study