Herbal and acupuncture adverse reactions survey.

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This survey will only take 5-10 minutes, please send it to other TCVM veterinarians to help collect a relevant number of responses to help the TCVM community.
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1. Please provide your name and email (this information will be kept confidential)
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2. What species do you practice on?
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3. For how many years have you practiced Chinese herbal medicine?
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4. How many cases have you treated with Chinese herbal medicine so far?
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5. What is the percentage of your patients using Chinese herbal medicine?
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6. Have your patients suffered adverse reactions to Chinese herbal medicine?
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7. What is the percentage of your patients experiencing adverse reactions to herbal medicine?
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8. How many patients did you treat with oral administration of Chinese herbal medicine in the last 30 days?
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9. How many patients did you treat with oral administration of Chinese herbal medicine in the last 12 months?
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10. How many patients reported herbal adverse reactions in the last 30 days?
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11. How many patients reported herbal adverse reactions in the last 12 months?
12. List how many of the following adverse reactions your patients have experienced in the last 30 days?
13. If you chose "other" in the previous question, please specify
14. What herbal formula/s caused adverse reactions? And what reactions? (you can choose more than one formula and more than one reaction)
GIskinkidneyliverbehavioralnervous system
Bu Fei San
Ding Xian Wan
Coix Formula [JT]
Liver Happy [JT]
Dock’s Formula [JT]
Stomach Happy [JT]
External Wind [JT]
Shi Quan Da Bu
Loranthus Powder [JT]
Li Wei DI Huang (Rehmannia 6)
Equine Du Huo [JT]
Double P 2 [JT]
Wind Toxin [JT]
Stasis Breaker [JT]
Lily Combination [JT]
Damp Heat Skin [JT]
Di Tan Tang
New Xiang Ru San [JT]
Mai Men Dong San (Ophiopogon Formula)
Red Front Door [JT]
Si Jun Zi Tang (Four Gentlemen)
Jin Suo Gu Jing
Rehmannia 11 [JT]
Happy Earth [JT]
Cervical Formula [JT]
Bu Yang Huan Wu
Body Sore [JT]
Di Gu Pi
Wei Qi Booster [JT]
Zhen Xin San
Hindquarter Weakness [JT]
Epimedium Powder [JT]
Max Formula [JT]
Rehmannia 14 [JT]
Shen Calmer [JT]
Suo Quan Wan
Tendon Ligament [JT]
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15. For how many years have you practiced acupuncture?
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16. How many cases have you treated with acupuncture so far?
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17. Has any of your patients suffered an adverse reaction to acupuncture?
18. What percentage of your patients showed weakness post-treatment?
none< 5% of cases5-10% of cases10% of cases25% of cases50% of cases75% of cases> 75% of cases
weakness post-treatment for less than 24 hours
weakness post-treatment for more than 24 hours
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19. What is the percentage of bent needles in your practice?
>90%80-90%70-80%60-70%50-60%40-50%40-50%30-40%20-30%10-20%10%5%3%1%0I don't practice on this specie
equine
bovine
canine
feline
rabbit
avian
other species
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20. Have you ever had a broken needle?
no1 case2 cases3 cases4 cases5 cases6 cases7 cases8 cases9 cases10 casesmore than 10I don't practice on this specie
equine
bovine
canine
feline
avian
rabbit
other species
21. If any of your patients has swallowed a needle, please choose below
1 case2 cases3 cases4 cases5 cases6 cases7 cases8 cases9 cases10 casesmore than 10
needle passed through GI in 2 days
needle passed through GI in 3 days
needle passed through GI in 4 days
needle passed through GI in 5 days
needle passed through GI in 6 days
needle was not recovered
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22. Has any of your patients suffered from bleeding post-acupuncture (not counting intentional hemoacupuncture)?
no< 5% of cases5-10% of cases10% of cases25% of cases50% of cases> 50% of casesI don't practice on this specie
equine
bovine
canine
feline
avian
rabbit
other species
23. Add anything you want to explain further
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