Effect of acupuncture different points on unstable bladder
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Purpose To observe the effect of acupuncturing different points on unstable bladder.Method Fifty-one patients of unstable bladder were divided randomly into Shu-point group, Mu-point group, He-point group, observe the change of symptom score and urodynamics.Results Puncturing these points can improve the symptom score and urodynamics, but the different points can get different effect, and the effect of Shu-point and He-point is superior to that of Mu-point.Conclusion The different points of bladder have different adjusting function and that function relates with nerves locating in points.
Key wordsUrodynamics Acupuncture Therapy Bladder Disease Syndrome
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