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• Journal of Pharmacopuncture
• pISSN : 2093-6966
• eISSN : 2234-6856
• DB Construction : 59 Issues, 667 Articles
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Author(s) Hiroshi, Watanabe
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Author(s) Lee, Dong-Hui
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Author(s) Wei, Haifeng
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Author(s) Gwon, Gi-Rok
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Author(s) Stollberg, Gunnar
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Keywords Cancer pain; QOL; BPQ; Analgesic ladder; Pain relief; Soyeum
Author(s) Yoo, Hwa-Seung, Cho, Jung-Hyo, Choi, Chong-Kwan
 Abstract Objectives : This study was designed to evaluate effects of 'Soyeum' on cancer patients accompanied by pain. Materials and Methods : We retrospectively analyzed the medical records of 9 patients accompanied by pain who had been injected with 'Soyeum' for over 14 days continuously in East-West Cancer Center of Oriental Hospital of Daejeon University from June 2002 through august 2002. Results : The statistical significance between the pre-treatment and post-treatment results (Changes of Cytokine Level, QOL, BPQ and Pain relief after pain management) were analyzed. Analysis of cytokines (IL-12, IFN- ) level showed that the percentage of increase of lL-12 is $\small{60\%}$, IFN- is $\small{60\%}$. Analysis of QOL showed that the percentage of maintenance and improvement is $\small{77.8\%}$. $\small{55.5\%}$ of the patients reported a 'worst pain' intensity score of 3 or greater, $\small{44.5\%}$ reported a 'least pain' intensity score of 2 or greater, and $\small{66.7\%}$ reported 'average pain' intensity score of 2 or greater. $\small{33.3\%}$ of the patients were in pain at the time of interview and $\small{22.2\%}$ had a current intensity score of 2 or greater. Analysis of pain relief after pain management showed that the percentage of pain relief score of 2 and 3 is $\small{55.6\%}$. The data was expressed as Mean SE by using descriptive statistics. Statistical significance examined by using paired t-test. Conclusions : It is suggested that 'Soyeum' has effects on pain of cancer patients, also expected that 'Soyeum' is useful to improve immunoactivity and for cancer patients
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Author(s) Zhang Jie
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Keywords the scolopendrid aquacupuncture; H.I.V.D.; D.I.T.I.; physical test; Oswestry disability index; self-conscious pain rate
Author(s) Park, So-Young; Choi, Hoi-Kang; So, Ki-Suk; Kang, Woo-Jung; Lee, Gun-Mok; Kim, Sung-Chul; Koh, Kang-Hun;
 Abstract Objective : This study is perfonned for the purpose of examining the efficacy of the scolopendrid (Scolopendra morsitans L.) which has been used to low back pain as a folk remedy. Methods & Results : Seventy patients with H.I.V.D. treated with the scolopendrid aquacupuncture and examined 4 tests; D.I.T.L., physical test, Oswestry disability index, and self-conscious pain rate were studied. There was $\small{50{\sim}100\%}$ of efficacy rate in each tests. Moreover, statistically valuable change in 5 to 7 D.I.T.I. points and in self-conscious pain rate was showed. Conclusion : The scolopendrid aquacupuncture is possible to be effective treating the H.I.V.D patients. So we suggest the possibility using this new remedy to the H.I.V.D. patients.
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Author(s) Melchart, Dieter
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Author(s) Park, Jong-Bae
 Abstract Background: Evidence based medicine has become main tools for medical practice. However, conducting a highly ranked in the evidence hierarchy pyramid is not easy or feasible at all times and places. There remains a room for descriptive clinical outcome measure studies with admitting the limit of the intepretation. Aims: Presents three Korean clinic based outcome measure studies with a view to encouraging Korean clinicians to conduct similar studies. Methods: Three studies are presented briefly here in치uding 1) Quality of Life of liver cancer patients after 8 Constitutional acupuncture; 2) Developing a Korean version of Measuring yourself Medical Outcome profile (MYMOP); and 3) Survey on 5 Shu points: a pilot In the first study, we have included 4 primary or secondary liver cancer patients collecting their diagnostic X-ray film and clinical data f개m their hospital, and asked them to fill in the European Organization Research and Treatment of Cancer, Quality of Life Questionnaire before the commencement of the treatment. The acupuncture treatment is set up format but not disclosed yet. The translation and developing a Korean version of outcome measures that is Korean clinician friendly has been sought for MYMOP is one of the most appropriate one. The permission was granted, the translation into Korean was done, then back translated into English only based on the Korean translation by the researcher who is bilingual in both languages. The back translation was compared by the original developer of MYMOP and confirmed usable. In order to test the existence of acupoints and meridians through popular forms of Korean acupuncture regimes, we aim at collecting opinions from 101 Korean clinicians that have used those forms. The questions asked include most effective symptoms, 5 Shu points, points those are least likely to use due to either adverse events or the lack of effectiveness, theoretical reasons for the above proposals, proposing outcome measures, and the time from insertion to be effective. The questionnaire is posted on the virtual notice board of the homepage of the communication KOMA (The official tool of Association of Korean Oriental Medicine).
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Author(s) Hanh, Pham Thuc
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Keywords Herbal acupuncture; CF; BU; BUM; HP; BV
Author(s) Kim, Young-Ho; Shin, Min-Seop; Choi, Seok-Woo; So, Woong-Ryong; Lee, Tae-Ho; Song, Beom-Ryong; Yook, Tae-Han
 Abstract Objectives : This study was done to observe the physical reactions after herbal acupuncture operating, through the questionnaire. Methods : The study group was divided into six groups that were NS group(N=20), CF group(N=22), BU group(N=23), BUM(N=19), HP group(N=20) and BV group(N=19). The herbal acupuncture was injected by 0.05ml at the Fengmen(風門:B12), Feishu(肺兪:B13), Fufen(附分:B41), Pohu(魄戶:B42) 4 points. Therefore suffers recorded the existence of the symptoms on questionnaire paper which we exemplified the above symptoms on that day, in the first day, in the second day and in the seventh day. Results : The following results were obtained ; 1. General symptoms which appear in the herbal acupuncture operating were following as : pain of body partially, discomfort, pain which appear in activity and fatigue. 2. The symptoms which appear in the herbal acupuncture operating were most extreme in the first day, since then those were reduced. Conclusions : By the above results, it would be needed further research about statistically comparative-study among herbal acupunctures and alternative plans which is decreased side effect.
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Author(s) Heo, Yeong-Jin
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Keywords headache; HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG Herbal acupuncture; GB20 ; 두통; 황련해독탕; 약침; 풍지혈
Author(s) Lee, Dae-Yong; Lee, Seung-Hoon; Kang, Hyung-Won; Lyu, Yeoung-Su; Jang, Hyun-Ho
 Abstract Objective: There are many treatments for headache. We suggested the clinical effect and utilization of HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG herbal acupuncture on headache. Methods: 1. We injected distillation of HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG(2.0cc) on Both Pung-Ji(GB20) of patients. In 20 minutes later, We examined therapeutic value of headache. 2. We examined effects of HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG Herbal acupuncture by sex , age, area of headache, period of history, degree of headache. Results and Conclusions: 1. There was a significantly effect of HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG Herbal acupuncture on headache. 2. In therapeutic value, The effect of HWANGRYUNHAEDOKTANG Herbal acupuncture by each type is significant.
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Keywords Moschus; herbal-acupuncture; hyperlimidemia; totalcholesterol; triglyceride; phospholipid; HDL-cholesterol
Author(s) Soh, Kyung-Sun; Jeong, Chan-Gil; Kim, Kwang-Ho; Lee, Sang-Woon; Kang, Dae-In
 Abstract In order to study the effects of Moschus Herbal-acupuncture on hyperlipidemia, we divided the rats into three groups(Normal group, Control group & Sample group) and performed the experimental research. Hyperlipidemia rats were induced by Triton WR-1339(150mg/kg) for 3days. Sample group was injected Moschus Herbal-acupuncture 0.1 ml/200g for 3 days and control group was injected equal dose of saline. And then we measured the amount of serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, phospholipid and HDL-cholesterol. The results were as follows : 1.Moschus Herbal-acupuncture showed decreasing effects on total cholesterol, triglyceride and phospholipid levels in serum significantly(p<0.05). 2.Moschus Herbal-acupuncture showed increasing effects on HDL-cholesterol level in serum significantly(p<0.05). According to the above results, Moschus Herbal-acupuncture showed significant decreasing effects on hyperlipidemia and it is considered that it is appropriate to apply for hyperlipidemia.
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Author(s) Seo, Jung-Chul; Leem, Kang-Hyun; Han, Sang-Won
 Abstract Bee venom has been clinically used to control the pain of inflammation disease etc. in general. Although the effect of bee venom herbal acupuncture has been reported, its mechanism has not been fully elucidated yet. Free radical metabolism seems to occupy a remarkably common position in the mechanisms of inflammation and ageing related disease. Oxidative damage to DNA, lipids, proteins and other molecules may contribute to the development inflammation disease. NO or DPPH is one of the free radicals and a mediator in inflammation diseases. The objective of this study is to investigate the scavenging effect of bee venom herbal acupuncture against NO and DPPH. The followings are the summary of the results: (1) There is no significant scavenging effect of bee venom herbal acupuncture on NO in BVS and BVP group. (2) There is a significant scavenging effect of bee venom herbal acupuncture on DPPH in BVS-1 and BVP-1 group. These results suggest that bee venom herbal acupuncture can be used for inflammation diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. This study would provide important basic data on the possibility of the clinical treatment of bee venom herbal acupuncture. Further studies are required to investigate the antioxidative effects of it.
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Keywords K-herbal-acupuncture;$\small{LD_{50}}$ ; acute toxicity; subacute toxicity; natural killer cell activity; interleukin-2 productivity; cancer
Author(s) Kim, Kwang-Ho; Kwon, Ki-Rok
 Abstract Objectives : The purpose of this study was to investigate Acute$\small{\cdot}$Subacute Toxicity and Anti-cancer Effect of K-Herbal-acupuncture in mice and rats. Methods : Balb/c mice were injected intraperitoneally with K-herbal-acupuncture for $\small{LD_{50}}$ and acute toxicity test. Sprague-Dawley rats were injected intraperitoneally with K-herbal-acupuncture for subacute toxicity test. K-Herbal-acupuncture was injected on abdomen of mice with S-180 cancer cell line. Result : 1. $\small{LD_{50}}$ of K-Herbal-acupuncture was limited $\small{4{\times}10^{-3}}$ml/kg~$\small{2{\times}10^{-3}}$ml/kg by the test. 2. In acute toxicity test, all of mice were down to the moving reflex, but the weight of mice was increased in treatment group, compared with the normal group. (P<0.05) 3. In acute toxicity test of serum biochemical values of mice, glucose was increased in treatment II group, total cholesterol was increased both treatments.(P<0.05) 4. In subacute toxicity test, the clinical signs of toxication was down to the moving reflex, but it is not severe like acute toxicity test, and observed weight loss at the treatments. 5. In subacute toxicity test, liver weight was decreased compared with the normal group. (P<0.05) 6. In subacute toxicity test of complete blood count test (CBC) of rat, HCT was decreased in treatments, compared with the normal group.(P<0.05) 7. In subacute toxicity test of serum biochemical values of rat, uric acid and triglyceride were decreased, and glucose was increased in treatment groups compared with the control group. (P<0.05) 8. Median survival time was increased about $\small{45\%}$ in treatment groups compared with the control group.(P<0.05) 9. Natural killer cell activity was increased in B16F10 lung cancer model, but it was not in sarcoma-180 abdomen cancer. 10. In interleukin-2 productivity test, treatment groups didn't show significant change in lung cancer and abdomen cancer, compared with the normal group.(P<0.005) 11. In making an examination of metastatic cancer with the naked eye, melanoma metastasized in the Lung of C57BL/6 mice. The treated group showed more Melanoma than the control in the numbers and volume. Conclusion : According to the result, K-herbal-acupuncture need further study to know the function and effect in cancer