Eye acupuncture combined with traditional Chinese medicine treatment of liver yang migraine clinical observation
|School||Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine|
|Course||Acupuncture and Massage|
|Keywords||Eye pin Traditional Chinese medicine Migraine|
Objective: to observe the eye acupuncture combined with traditional Chinese medicine treatment of liver yang migraine headache index improved clinical efficacy. Actively expand the eye acupuncture treatment to provide a scientific basis to improve the clinical efficacy . View to seeking a safer and more effective treatment for migraine . Methods: 62 patients met the inclusion criteria according to the order of treatment were randomly divided into two groups, in which the test group of 30 patients with the eye acupuncture combined with traditional Chinese medicine treatment . Acupuncture acupoints : on coke District , liver , kidney area . Above acupoints were taken to the bilateral . ( 2 ) methods of operation: orbital cross - needling , no needle , the needle for 15 minutes , once a day . 3 oral medicine TGD of 100ml / time , 2 times a day morning and evening , warm clothes . Control group of 32 patients with acute exacerbation of I the oral Fenbid ( Ibuprofen Sustained Release Capsules 0.3g / tablets ) 1 1 , morning and evening. In line with the \Both groups were 5 days for a course of four courses . 2, the interval between the two courses . Were observed after 4 weeks of the Chinese new drug clinical research guidelines [ 2 ] efficacy criteria to determine the efficacy of . Results: 1 two groups of selected cases of age, gender, disease duration and degree of headache , there was no statistically significant difference ( P gt ; 0.05 ) , comparable. 4 - week efficacy comparison of the two groups of patients , headache before and after treatment duration, the degree of pain (VAS method) , the headache index changes in accordance with the statistical treatment have significant difference ( P lt ; 0.05 ) was statistically significant, two group of patients around the efficacy have significant difference , but the experimental group than the control group . 3 eye acupuncture combined with Chinese medicine treatment cure rate ( 65.67 % ) , the total efficiency ( 86.43 % ) were significantly higher than Western medicine alone cure rate ( 48.15% ) , overall response rate ( 62.82% ) , the statistical treatment ( P lt ; 0.05 ) , with a significant difference . Conclusion: The eye acupuncture combined with traditional Chinese therapy of migraine patients have a significant role in the liver yang , better than individual oral medicine efficacy . Clinical worthy of promotion.