Knowledge Network Node

Analysis on adverse event in acupotomy therapy based on literature researchFull-text in Chinese

JIANG Longlong;ZHANG Boyu;YU Hailong;Department of Rehabilitation, Xiqing Hospital;Department of Preventive Treatment of Disease, Beijing Shunyi CM Hospital;Department of Rehabilitation, the First Affiliated Hospital of Tianjin University of TCM;

Abstract:Objective To explore the current domestic situation of the adverse event in acupotomy so as to promote the standardization of acupotomy and improve the clinical effect and safety of acupotomy therapy. Methods The method of retrospective journal researching was used. The case report about the adverse event in acupotomy from CNKI, WANFANG and VIP databases was retrieved and the types, the features, the causes, the numbers of the papers and the cases were analyzed. Results Fifty-eight papers were included, with total 343 cases. It was indicated that the adverse events in acupotomy were mainly postoperative local pain, hematoma, swelling, nerve damage, tendon rupture, adhesion, injury, infection, syncope, anesthesia accident, undeserved hormone use, etc. The lower level of standardization of acupotomy in the clinical use may lead to adverse events. Conclusion Safe acupotomy treatment for some complicated diseases and dangerous parts remains to be improved, and the standardization of the acupotomy is an important approach to improve its safety. The related work needs to be carried out.
  • DOI:

    10.13703/j.0255-2930.2018.09.027

  • Series:

    (E) Medicine & Public Health

  • Subject:

    Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Classification Code:

    R245

  • Mobile Reading
    Read on your phone instantly
    Step 1

    Scan QR Codes

    "Mobile CNKI-CNKI Express" App

    Step 2

    Oper“CNKI Express”

    and click the scan icon in the upper left corner of the homepage.

    Step 3

    Scan QR Codes

    Read this article on your phone.

  • HTML
  • CAJ Download
  • PDF Download

Download the mobile appuse the app to scan this coderead the article.

Download:255 Page No:1007-1012 Page:6 Size:1343K

Related Literature
  • Similar Article
  • Reader Recommendation
  • Related Funding Articles
  • Associated Author