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《Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine》 2017-11
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Bibliometric Analysis on Effects of Acupuncture on Bidirectional Regulation

LI Ying;SHI Lei;ZHANG Ning;MA Zhenzhen;ZHANG Yixin;College of Acupuncture and Massage,Shaanxi University of TCM;  
Objective: To analyze the related literature on the effects of acupuncture on the bidirectional regulation in Chinese databases from 1979 to 2016. Methods: CNKI,VIP and Wanfang databases were searched by acupuncture,electroacupuncture,abdominal acupuncture,scalp acupuncture,eye needle and bidirectional regulation. The author used Note Express software to filter and analyze the authors,year distributions,journal types,document types,keywords,research institutions,research contents and so on. Results: A total of 257 articles were published in 91 journals. In 2013,27 articles were published in this field. The most frequent keyword was "acupuncture". The most commonly-used intervention was the needle. ST36( Zusanli) was the most frequent acupuncture point and the digestive system diseases in the field of literature had the highest support rate. Conclusion: Study on the mechanisms of acupuncture at ST36( Zusanli) in the treatment of digestive system diseases by bidirectional regulation effect is the hot spot in the field of acupuncture bidirectional regulation effect.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金面上项目(81473777);; 成都中医药大学研究生创新基金项目(2016)
【CateGory Index】: G353.1;R245
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