Brief Summary: Mr. Gerald, from Austria, had been suffering from austion or fatigue syndrome for more than one year. At present, the patient complained of fatigue and lassitude. He was hospitalized in our hospital on January 15, 2011 for TCM treatment. He achieved great improvement in his condition after more than one month TCM treatment with the help of herbal tea, acupuncture, massage etc.

Record of Hospitalization

Name: Gerald                                            Sex: Male

Age: 47                                                      Marital Status: Married

Nationality: Austrian                                 Date of Admission: Jan. 15, 2011

Companion: Alone

First Medical Record

Date: Jan. 17, 2011                                      Time: 10:00 am

This 47-year-old gentleman had been suffering from austion for more than one year. He had been feeling overburden in his work and lassitude for one year. Half a year later, his condition became severe, and he was been hospitalized for treatment. The patient was hospitalized in our hospital for TCM treatment on Feb. 9, 2011.

Essential for Diagnosis:

1. The patient had been suffering from fatigue and lassitude for one year, and half a year later, his condition became severe, and he was hospitalized for treatment.

2. The patient complained of over-fast pace of life and overburden of work, which was leading to fare of work and fatigue. In the recent one year, his symptoms were very evident, especially in the recent half a year. The patient, himself felt very fragility and could not resist much work load. When the patient was hospitalized in our hospital, he felt very fragility and could not resist much work load. His tongue coating was slightly yellowish. His mouth was not dry and bitter. He had no dizziness or headache. His bowel movement and urination was good. His sleep was not good. His pulse was thready and rapid.

3. T: 36.5°C   R: 20 times/minute    P: 80 times/minute   BP: 140/80 mmHg

4. His spirit activity was good. He grew normally. His diet was of common nutrition. He had fine sense. The motion of his four limbs was flexible. He had sanguine facial complexion with a slightly plump body. Sound of breathing in the lungs was clear, without any rhonchi. The formation and size of his thorax were normal. His abdomen was soft. There was no enlargement of his liver and spleen. There were no abdominal jugular reflux sign and Murphy’s sign. There were no pressing pains and rebound tenderness. There were no abnormal changes in his stomach and intestines. There were no pains when tunking his kidney areas.