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Title

소염약침 복합치료가 교통사고로 인한 초기 경추 편타 손상에 미치는 영향.

Authors

임정균, 이진복, 이형걸, 육태한, 김종욱.

Journal

대한침구학회지.

Year

2011

Vol (Issue)

28(4)

Page

9-18.

doi

PMID

Url

MeSH

Keywords

Soyeom pharmacopuncture; whiplash injury; posterior neck pain; digital infrared thermographic imaging(DITI); traffic accident

한글 키워드

소염 약침; 경추부 염좌; 경항통; 컴퓨터 적외선 체열 촬영; 교통사고

KMCRIC summary and commentary

없음

Korean Study

Y

Abstract

Objectives : This study was performed to evaluate the effects of the acupuncture therapy in combination with Soyeom pharmacopuncture therapy on acute whiplash injury by traffic accident. And thermal change of posterior neck and shoulder was observed.

Methods : The clinical study was conducted to 20 cases of acute whiplash injury patients who had been admitted in Dept. of Acupuncture and Moxibusion, Woosuk University Hospital from December 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011. The patients were randomly divided into two groups. In one group(test group), patients were treated with the acupuncture therapy in combination with Soyeom pharmacopuncture therapy. And in the other group(control group), patients were treated with acupuncture therapy only. To estimate the efficacy of treatments, visual analog scale(VAS), neck disability index(NDI) of posterior neck pain were checked. And also thermal change of posterior neck and shoulder was observed by digital infrared thermographic imaging(DITI).

Results : Both group represented effective improvement in VAS and NDI of posterior neck pain. Especially, test group is more effective than control group in VAS comparison, statistically. In test group, temperature of posterior neck and shoulder was decreased after treatments. But there was no significant difference between two groups on thermographic change.

Conclusions : Through this study, Soyeom pharmacopuncture therapy is considered to be effective for reducing pain in acute whiplash injury patients. And after Soyeom pharmacopuncture therapy, temperature of posterior neck and shoulder show a tendency to decrease.

국문초록

Language

한국어

첨부파일

R201108996.pdf