re jue 熱厥
（in English and Chinese 中英文)
Re jue (heat syncope) is a traditional Chinese medical term describing a syndrome: high fever resulted from infection or toxin causes the hand and feet to be cold or even coma. It is also called yang jue.
According to the classics, "Weisheng Baojian" : "Although the hands and feet are cold, sometimes are warm, but the middle of the palms and soles are warm. The pulse is deep but slippery to touch. Sometimes the patient dislikes heat, or feels thirsty and wants to drink water, or swinging arms and legs, irritable and can not sleep, with constipation, red urine. Based on the severity of the syndromes, the following formulae can be selected: bai hu tang, da cheng qi tang, shuang jie tang, , liang ge san".
According to the classics, "Za Bing Yuan Liu Xi Zu" : "The treatment for re jue
in cases of hands and feet are hot, it is appropriate to use Xuan Huo Yu Tang,
re jue with red wandering erysipelas use Sheng Yang San Huo Tang. If there is
constipation, use da chai hu
tang. If there is the syndrome of delirium and cold
body, instant sweating and incontinent of urination, use
《衛生寶鑒·厥逆》：“手足雖冷，有時或溫，手足心必暖，脈雖沉伏，按之則滑，其証或畏熱，或渴欲飲水，或揚手擲足，煩躁不得眠，大便秘，小便赤，此名熱厥。古人所謂陽極發厥也。” 根據病情輕重，選用白虎湯， 大承氣湯，雙解散，涼膈散。
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