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《Neural Injury and Functional Reconstruction》 2018-03
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Assessing Safety of Rehabilitation Combined with Warm Acupuncture Therapy for Patients with Stroke at Acute-phase

YIN Jing;CHEN Bang-guo;XU Sha-bei;YU Ling-ling;ZHOU Bei;DUAN Yi-xuan;JU Shi-ru;ZHANG Zhao-qin;Department of Rehabilitation Medicin, Tongren Hospital of WuHan University/Wuhan Third Hospital;College of Acupuncture and Orthopedics, Hubei University of Chinese Medicine;Department of Neurology, Tongji Hospital, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;  
Objective: To assess the safety of rehabilitation combined with warm acupuncture therapy for stroke patients within 24 hours of onset. Methods: Eighty-five patients with stroke were enrolled. All the cases were treated with rehabilitation combined with warm acupuncture therapy within 24 hours of stroke onset, 30 minutes per day, once daily for a continuously of 10 days. During the treatment, electrocardiogram monitors were used to record the changes of blood pressure, heart rate and breathing rate. The data of vital signs at 0, 10, 20 and30 min of each day were compared. Results: During the warm acupuncture therapy at the first 3 days, the systolic blood pressures and heart rates at 10 min were higher than those at 0 min(P0.05). But no other significantly changes were detected. Conclusion: It's relatively safe to give rehabilitation combined with warm acupuncture therapy to stroke patients within 24 hours of the onset, which has no effects on the vital signs of patients.
【Fund】: 武汉市卫生计生科研基金(No.WZ15B10)
【CateGory Index】: R743.3
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