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Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis with MEMS Microneedle Motivating Good Conductive Points and Acupoint Sticking Therapy with Compound Nanxing Analgesic Paste

author:孙梦晓 source:本站原创 Click:30 update:2018-05-04
  

GUO Yang, FAN Jing, SI Yuhao, DING Ning, MA Yong*

(Department of Orthopedics, Affiliation Hospital of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Nanjing 210029; Research Institute of Orthopedics, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Nanjing, 210023)

Abstract: Objective: To innovate external treatment on knee osteoarthritis by integration of Good  Conductive  Collateral  Regulating  Therapy  and  MEMS  Microneedle  Motivating Technique.  Using  clinic  evaluation  and  statistical  analysis  to  assess  its  effectiveness  and security.  Method: We conducted a randomized,  parallel control, and blindness in the present study. Sixty cases of knee osteoarthritis were enrolled, aged from 40-75 years old from clinic of  Department  of  Orthopedics,  Affiliation  Hospital  of  Nanjing  University  of  Chinese Medicine,  divided  to  three  groups  randomly.  Group  I  accepted  MEMS  Microneedle Motivating Good Conductive Points and Acupoint Sticking Therapy, Group II was treated with Compound Nanxing Analgesic Paste on Good Conductive Points, and control group was applied with Compound Nanxing Analgesic Paste only. Each group was treatment for 14 days. Results: Smaller medicinal dosage was used in Group I and II than that in control group. Concerning WOMAC score, group I had better effect than group II and control, and group II was better than control, either. The three groups had the same therapeutic effect on stiffness and OA scores. 

Key  words:  acupuncture,  MEMS  Microneedle,  good  conductive  collaterals,  acupoint sticking therapy, knee osteoarthritis, clinical study