Acupuncture - Clinical Practice, Particular Techniques and by Edited by: Marcelo Saad

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Moreover, it can also be used for treating acute cerebral infarction, and early intervention can yield a better clinical outcome. Proteomics studies have shown that XNKQ acupuncture uses multiple mechanisms, targets, and levels to fully treat cerebral ischemic stroke (Shi, 2006). When XNKQ acupuncture was first developed, it was mainly used to treat strokes involving limb paralysis, urination disorders, stress ulcers, arrhythmia, diabetes, and other complications and comorbidities. , 2008). 4 Conclusion An experienced doctor can use acupuncture to augment consciousness disorder treatment.

Pao, JZ. (2000). Dynamic observation of the influence of blood-letting puncture of hand twelve well points on partial pressure of oxygen in ischemic brain tissue in rats with experimental cerebral ischemia. 1, (January 2000), pp. ; Chen, ZQ. & Luo, JK. (2010) Clinical observation on continuous electroacupuncture at Neiguan (PC 6) for arousing consciousness of comatose patients with severe craniocerebral trauma. 6, (June 2010), pp. 465-468, ISSN 0255-2930 Povlishock, JT. & Christman, CW. (1995).

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