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New Trains of Thoughts about Compound Anesthesia of Acupuncture Combined with Drugs——an Applicability of Transcutaneous Acupoint Electrical Stimulation

FANG Jian-qiao,WANG Jun-lu1,SHAO Xiao-mei,XIE Wen-xia1(Zhejiang University of Chinese Medicine,Hangzhou 310053,China;1The Fist Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical College,Wenzhou 325000)  
During general anesthesia for some specific surgical cases which need to lower blood pressure,hypotension induced lower blood-perfusion of tissues and the subsequent blood pressure-raising and reperfusion may induce an imbalance between tissue perfusion and oxygen metabolism,probably leading to different degrees of injury of the brain,heart,liver,gastrointestinal tract,etc..Nowadays,simple acupuncture anesthesia has been become into compound anesthesia of acupuncture and drugs,and transcutaneous electrical acupoint stimulation(TEAS)has been already used as one principal measure for acupuncture anesthesia.It has been demonstrated that acupuncture stimulation has a protective effect on the important organs as brain,heart,liver,kidney,etc.,and there exists a central dependability between acupuncture analgesia and blood pressure regulation.In addition,it has been found that during controlled lowering of blood pressure by TEAS in combination with isoflurane general anesthesia,both oxygen metabolism in tissues and performance of the circulation system are rather stable.Along with the increasing of cranial operation and major-arthroplasty,TEAS which possesses important organ protective effect during controlled-blood pressure lowering under general anesthesia has a good applicable prospect.
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