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Clinical Observation On The Effect Of Acupuncture Combined With Conventional Therapy On Influenza A H1N1 Influenza

LANG Bo-xu1,JIN Ling-qing1,LIU Si-nao1,LIOU Xin-duan2(1.Taizhou Municipal Hospital,Taizhou 318000,Zhengjiang,China;2.The First Middle School of Taizhou,Taizhou 318000,Zhejiang,China)  
Objective:To observe the effect of acupuncture combined with conventional therapy on influenza A H1N1 influenza.Methods:80 cases of patients with influenza A H1N1 influenza were randomly divided into two groups,observation group and control group,and 40 cases in each group.Control group were given Antiviral drug "oseltamivir",antipyretic analgesics and cough expectorsnts,and the observation group were given conventional therapy and acupuncture,five days for one treatment course.Results: The average hour for alleviating fever,pharyngodynia and cough in observation group is mush shorter than that in control group,and it has significant difference(P0.01).Conclusion: Acupuncture is an adjuvant therapy which is simple,effective and without side effect,for influenza A H1N1 influenza.
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