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1. Introduction - Hindawi

Zusanli (ST36) is a widely used acupoint in humans to exert anti-inflammatory effects during acupuncture for treating pain or ischemia-reperfusion conditions [11, 12]. Herein, we used the ST36 acupoint to assess its protective effect against intestinal injury after AOLT in rats. Acupuncture Produces Anti-inflammatory ResponsesMay 13, 2016 · Du et al. add that electroacupuncture prevents postoperative intra-abdominal adhesions and electroacupuncture at ST36 alleviated the adhesion formation, with both of macroscopic and histopathologic adhesion scores significantly lower than the sham acupuncture group.

Acupuncture and regulation of gastrointestinal function

Du MH, Luo HM, Tian YJ, Zhang LJ, Zhao ZK, Lv Y, Xu RJ, Hu S. Electroacupuncture ST36 prevents postoperative intra-abdominal adhesions formation. J Surg Res. 2015; 195 :8998. [ Abstract ] Early electroacupuncture treatment ameliorates Nov 16, 2016 · Du MH, Luo HM, Tian YJ, Zhang LJ, Zhao ZK, Lv Y, Xu RJ, Hu S. Electroacupuncture ST36 prevents postoperative intra-abdominal adhesions formation. J Surg Res. 2015;195(1):8998. Article PubMed Google Scholar 34. Eshkevari L, Permaul E, Mulroney SE. Effect of Emodin on Preventing Postoperative Intra Jan 01, 2017 · Caption:Figure 1:Emodin treatment prevents postoperative intra-abdominal adhesion formation in rats on the seventh day after the operation (n = 8). (a) The sham operation group (sham) rarely had intra-abdominal adhesions. Control group (control) animals developed a large number of extensive and thick adhesions that were difficult to separate.

Effect of electroacupuncture in postanesthetic shivering

Nov 27, 2012 · Preservation of core body temperature is essential to prevent postanesthetic shivering, and electroacupuncture to ST36 and ST37 might achieve this objective. Although the precise mechanism is not yet clearly understood, electroacupuncture may work as a treatment modality for patients who experience shivering related to spinal anesthesia. Effects of electroacupuncture on the intestinal motility Acupoints in the lower limb (ST36, ST37, and ST39) and abdomen (ST25, CV4, and CV12) are widely used in gastrointestinal dysmotility; however, some studies argued that acupuncture in the abdomen inhibited gastrointestinal motility. 21 The aim of this study was therefore to investigate different therapeutic effects of EA employed at lower limb and abdominal acupoints with the same appropriate parameters on postoperative dysmotility and inflammation. We hypothesized that EA may protect Electroacupuncture Pretreatment Attenuates Intestinal

  • AbstractIntroductionMethods and MaterialsResultsDiscussionData AvailabilityAuthors ContributionsAcknowledgmentsBackground. Liver transplantation induces self-injury and affects remote organs, such as the lung, kidney, and intestine. Postoperative intestinal dysfunction has been associated with prolonged hospitalization and affects a patients health and quality of life. Electroacupuncture (EA) has been proven effective in multiple organ protection. However, the potential mechanism underlying the protective effects of EA on intestinal injury after liver transplantation remains unclear. Methods. After establishinAnti-inflammatory Acupuncture Protects From Adhesions(electroacupuncture) ST36 might reduce the postoperative local inflammatory response, attenuate the angiogenesis and alleviate the adhesion formation partly via activating the cholinergic anti-inflammatory mechanism. The teams findings build on earlier research proving that electroacupuncture prevents post-operative abdominal adhesions.

    Electroacupuncture Pretreatment Attenuates Intestinal

    Aug 31, 2020 · vital roles in intestinal injury after liver ischemia-reperfusion. Another study showed that EA protects against liver injury after liver ischemia-reperfusion. Zusanli (ST36) is a widely used acupoint in humans to exert anti-inflammatory effects during acupuncture for treating pain or ischemia-reperfusion conditions [11,12]. Herein, weDeepDyve - Unlimited Access to Peer-Reviewed JournalsDeepDyve is the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.