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The Effection Was Compared between Warm-needle Moxibustion and Electr O-acupuncture Therapy on Knee Osteoarthritis

Author: PanYanXia
Tutor: LiuZhiShun
School: Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Course: Acupuncture and Massage
Keywords: Knee Osteoarthritis Warm acupuncture EA therapy Cohort study
CLC: R246
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


Objective: To compare warm acupuncture and electro-acupuncture therapy on knee osteoarthritis efficacy. Methods: A prospective cohort study ways: clinical collection of 100 patients with knee osteoarthritis patients that meet the inclusion criteria, 60 cases were divided into warm acupuncture group and EA group. Which warm acupuncture group of 30 patients, the use of warm acupuncture treatment, electro-acupuncture group of 30 patients, the use of electric acupuncture treatment. After its main evaluation section pain (VAS evaluation) and their osteoarthritis Evaluation Index (WOMAC score) and then at the end of the patient's course of treatment, respectively, in two weeks, surrounded by its efficacy evaluation. The end of the weekly treatment of secondary outcomes, including the patient's self-assessment, satisfaction count data statistical analysis. The end of the treatment, the three-month follow-up, statistics and analysis on the the patients VAS, satisfaction, self-evaluation of the degree of improvement. Results: The patients in gender, age, and baseline VAS, joint stiffness, daily life, social activities, emotional state, etc. There were no differences in sex (p gt; 0.05) Description comparable between the two. (Sub x ± s): warm acupuncture group: before treatment: 7.45 ± 1.27; after treatment: After two weeks, 4.10 ± 1.90, a difference of 3.10 ± 1.70 2.50 ± 1.60; After four weeks after the end of treatment, VAS score, The difference of 4.80 ± 1.60. EA group: before treatment: 6.37 ± 1.66;: Two weeks after treatment to 4.80 ± 1.80, a difference of 1.60 ± 1.40; around when 3.70 ± 1.60, a difference of 2.70 ± 1.60. Between the two groups, the VAS comparison (p lt; 0.05). Reduce the degree of its temperature needle group VAS better than the EA group. Osteoarthritis WOMAC scores (sub x ± s): warm needling group before treatment: 64.57 ± 26.70; treatment: 28.25 ± 18.80 two weeks later, a difference of 29.3 ± 15.83; 15.01 ± 16.58 after four weeks, the difference is 43.38 ± 18.05. EA group before treatment: 52.77 ± 25.96 after treatment: two weeks to 39.43 ± 21.93, a difference of 13.33 ± 9.26; four weeks was 30.03 ± 19.89, a difference of 22.73 ± 13.33. Between the two groups WOMAC scores efficacy comparison ( p lt; 0.05). temperature needle group WOMAC scores change is better than the EA group. The patients in the course of, or after the end of treatment, self-assessment, satisfaction is significantly better than the EA group. (Statistical results P lt; 0.05) to warm acupuncture could significantly improve knee osteoarthritis pain and improve the quality of life of their patients. Follow-up after three months, the two groups in patient satisfaction, VAS (p gt; 0.05) without significant differences, there are significant differences in the patient's self-assessment (statistics P lt; 0.05), temperature the Acupuncture group of patients in a better evaluation of the degree of improvement of self-efficacy in the EA group. Conclusion: warm acupuncture group compared with the EA group has a better short-term clinical effects in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.

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