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    ;38?WorldJ.Acup-Maz.Vo1.11,No.1,March,2001 ;CllaleliReport(OtopolntTherapy)

    ;STUDYoNTHEINTERRELATIONBETWEENAURICULARGooD ;CoNDUCTIoNPoINTSTIMULATIoNAND

    ;THETHERAPEUTICEFFECT

    ;HuZhihui(胡智慧)ChenGongsun(陈巩荪)

    ;DapartmentofAcumoxi,FirstClinicalMedicalCollegeofNanjingMedical

    University,

    ;Naing210029,China

    ;Although,theessenceofotopointsremains ;unknownatthemoment,manymedicalworkers ;havetermedthemtemporarilyas”auricularspe.

    ;cificstimulatingpoints”.Theygiveanexplana?

    ;tionthatwhentheinternalorgansorthebody ;trunkisoutoforder,tenderpoints,changesof ;thecutaneouselectricalresistance,appearance, ;colour,etc.mayoccuratsomesitesoftheauri? ;cle.Themedicalworkerscanusethesereactions

    ;asareferenceformakingadiagnosisandstimu? ;latethesesitestopreventandtreatdiseases. ;Thesereactionpointsarealsotheotopoint. ;Therefore,theotopointisalsocalledastender- ;polnt,orgoodconductionpoint,reactionpoint, ;stimulatingpointortreatmentpoint.Theloca? ;tionsoftheotopointsdescribedindomesticexist. ;ingotopointatlasandNtionalStandard0to. ;1~intNomenclatureandLocationofthePeople’

    ;sRepublicofChinaGB/T13734.92arealsoex. ;pressedmainlyinthelightofthecombinedre. ;gionMdivisionsandpoints.Itstandstoreason ;thatwhetherornotthereactionpointisstimu. ;1atedaccu~ratelybyacupunctureneedleorvac. ;cariaseed-pressing,etc.,thetherapeuticeffect ;achievedisdifferent.Inordertoevaluatethe ;therapeuticeffectofgoodconductionpointstim? ;ulation,weconductedsomeclinicalobservations ;andresearchintheFirstClinicalMedicalCollege ;ofNanjingUniversityofTCMandPharmacy ;andtheDept.ofAcumoxiofJiangsuAcademy ;dTCM.

    ;1.Patientswhomayhaveimmediatethera? ;peuticeffect(improvementofclinicalsymptoms ;andsigns)in20minafterstimulationofoto. ;pointsweresubjectedintothisstudy.Thesepa? ;tientsexperiencedheadache,sorethroat,gas- ;tralgia,acutelumbarsprain,sciatica,stiffneck, ;dysmenorrhea,renalcolic,ureteralcolic,pain ;resultedfromsprainoftheshoulder,wrist,fin? ;ger-jointorkneejoint,pseudomyopia,hoarse ;voice,tremoroffingers,urticcutaneouspruri? ;tus,andcommoncoldinducednasalobstruction ;andtinnitus.

    ;2.ACLRH?AOtopointDetectionProbe

    ;madebyNanjingXiaosongMedicalApparatus ;Factory)wasusedtolookforthepositivereac- ;tionpointintherelatedauriculararea.Theposi. ;tivereactionpointandnegative(ornon?positive) ;pointwerestimulatedwithfiliformneedlesre. ;spectivelyandcontinuouslyfor20min,followed ;byrecordingandevaluatingthetherapeuticef? ;fect.Ifnoanysignificantresponsesonstimula? ;tionofpositiveornon-positivereactionpoint

    ;werefoundinacertainpatient,20minuteslat? ;er,thisprocedurewasrepeatedonceagainafter ;changingthestimulatingorderofthetwotypes ;ofpoints.Ifnopositivereactionpointwas ;found,theresultsofthispatientwereattributed ;tothoseofanon-positivereactionpoint. ;3.StandardsforEvaluatingtheTherapeutic ;Effect

    ;Markedlyeffective:Aftertreatment,pa? ;tient’ssymptomsandsignsdisappearedorwere

    ;relievedsignificantly.

    ;Effective:Symptomsandsignswereim-

    ;proved.

    ;Ineffective:Aftertreatment,symptoms ;andsignshadnoanychanges.

    ;

    ;WorldJ.A~p-Mox.Vo1.11,No.1,March,2001.39? ;Fromthetable,itiSclearthatnoany

    ;markedlyeffectivecasesappearinnegativereac- ;tionpointgroup,thetotaleffectiverateofthe ;positivereactionpointgroupisobviouslyhigher ;thanthatofthenon-positivereactionpointgroup

;(P<0.005.X=59.16).

    ;Inotopointtreatment,needlingthegood

    ;conductionpointiSfavorabletoraisingthethera. ;peuticeffect.Whenpeoplefallintoillness,the

     ;auriculargoodconductionpointsoftencorre

    ;spondtothetender-points.Ifnootopointdetec

    ;tionprobeiSavailable,ametalprobeneedle ;(springbarbeingbetter),oramatchstick,ora ;filiforrnneedlehandlemayalsobeusedtolook ;forandlocatethetender-pointontheauricleby ;employingaconstantpressure.Puncturingthe ;tender-pointiscapableofraisingthetherapeutic ;effect.

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