Preventive Effect of Shenduning Prescription Combined with Hydration Therapy on Contrast Induced Nephronpathy after Elective Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

Journal: Journal of Clinical Medicine Research DOI: 10.32629/jcmr.v2i2.369

Jiangang Jiang1, Xianqing Hu2, Ningning Ji3, Chengyuan Yan1, Jingliang Lan1, Xiaoma Du1

1. Jinhua Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Affiliated to Zhejiang Chinese Medical University
2. Jinhua Municipal Central Hospital
3. Yiwu Central Hospital


Objective — To explore the preventive effect of Shenduning prescription combined with hydration therapy on contrast induced nephronpathy (CIN) after elective percutaneous coronary intervention. Methods — 159 patients undergoing selective coronary intervention were divided into simple hydration group, intensive statin group and Shenduning prescription group randomly, with 53 cases in each group. The simple hydration group received conventional drugs for coronary heart disease and preoperative routine hydration therapy. The intensive statin group received intensive treatment with atorvastatin calcium tablets on the basis of the simple hydration group, and the Shenduning prescription group received Shenduning prescription treatment on the basis of the hydration group. Serum creatinine (Scr), malondialdehyde (MDA), superoxide dismutase (SOD) and glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) were detected by blood samples at 24h before and after operation, as well as 72h after operation respectively. The primary endpoint event was the occurrence of CI-AKI. Results — The Scr level of the intensive statin group and the Shenduning prescription group was significantly lower than that of the simple hydration group, while the eGFR level was significantly higher than that of the simple hydration group, which is of statistical significance (P<0.05). The incidence of CI-AKI was 15.1% in simple hydration group, 5.7% in intensive statin group and 3.8% in Shenduning prescription group respectively after operation (χ2 = 5.194, P=0.075), of which there was significant statistical difference between simple hydration group and Shenduning prescription group (χ2 = 3.975, P=0.046). After 72h of the operation, MDA level in Shenduning prescription group was significantly lower than that in simple hydration group and intensive statin group, while its SOD level was significantly higher than that in simple hydration group and intensive statin group, which is of statistical significance (P<0.05). The proportion of abnormal liver function in intensive statin group and the Shenduning prescription group was 13.1% and 3.8%, respectively, and the difference was statistically significant (χ2 = 4.867, P=0.027). Conclusion — The combination treatment of Shenduning prescription with hydration therapy may protect the patient’s renal function after elective coronary interventional therapy, while reducing the incidence of CIN and the oxidative stress reaction caused by contrast agent, thus effectively reducing adverse reactions.


percutaneous coronary intervention, hydration therapy, Shenduning prescription, contrast induced nephronpathy, glomerular filtration rate


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