Problèmes mictionnels. Chang PL 1993

Date: 1993
Auteurs: Chang PL; Wu CJ; Huang MH
Titre: Long-term outcome of acupuncture in women with frequency, urgency and dysuria. Am J Chin Med, 21(3-4):231-6 1993
Mots clés: urodynamic, urodynamique, dysuria, dysurie, SP-6, Rte-6, San Yin Jiao
Contribution: article
Abstract: Urodynamic measurements including cystometry, anal sphincter electromyography, urethral pressure profilometry and uroflowmetry were carried out on 21 female patients before acupuncture and at 1 and 3 years during follow-up. Follow-up ranged from 60 to 72 months (average 66.2 months). There was no significant difference in all urodynamic measurements before acupuncture and at the 1 year or 3 years follow-up. During follow-up, acupuncture at the SP-6 point was performed in patients who had recurrence of symptoms of frequency, urgency and dysuria. The number of acupuncture treatments ranged from 2 to 8 times, with an average number of 4.8 times. A decrease of acupuncture treatments after 30 months was noted on 8 patients, but it was not statistically significant. We concluded that the long-term outcome of acupuncture at the Sp-6 point for women with frequency, urgency and dysuria was positive, but that the effect was temporary and repeated acupuncture was necessary to maintain beneficial effects.

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