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Table 1 The grading system in quantifying blood stasis syndrome diagnosis standards

From: Identification of more objective biomarkers for Blood-Stasis syndrome diagnosis

Signs and symptom Point
Purple tongue (less severe) 8, (more severe) 10
Resistance to pressure in lower abdomen (less severe) 8, (more severe) 10
Choppy pulse 10
Dark stool (Melena) 10
Pathogenic nodules 10
Distended veins under tongue (less severe) 8, (more severe) 10
Irregular pulse 8
No pulse 10
Distended veins in abdominal wall 10
Hypodermal ecchymoses (less severe) 8, (more severe) 10
Dark menstrual blood with clots (less severe) 8, (more severe) 10
Persistent angina pectoris 10
General fixed pain 8
Dark red lips and gums 6
Small vessels 5
Numb extremities 5
Surgery history 5
Mucosal membrane of palate (+) (less severe) 4, (more severe) 5
Paralysis in extremities (less severe) 5, (more severe) 7
Psychiatric abnormality (Irritability) 4, (Mania) 8
Rough skin (less severe) 4, (more severe) 5
Complete blood viscosity (+) 10
Blood plasma viscosity (+) 5
External clot net weight (+) 10
External clot total weight (+) 8
Increase in platelet aggregation 10
Abnormality in blood clot elasticity 8
Microcirculation obstruction 10
Hemodynamics obstruction 10
Decrease in fiber dissolution activity 10
Resistance in platelet release 10
Pathogenic scan (+) for blood stasis 10
Blood vessel obstruction by new technology analysis 10
  1. Grades >19 points are categorized as Blood-Stasis syndrome