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J Acupunct Res > Volume 29(6); 2012 > Article
Published online December 17, 2012.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13045/kamms.2012086   
The Effect of Sa-Am Stomach Tonifying Acupuncture on Radial Pulse in Healthy Human Subjects
Joo-young Choi, Jae-hui Kang, Yun-kyong Yim, Hyun Lee
Dept. of Korean Medicine, College of Korean Medicine, Daejeon University
*Corresponding author.
Hyun Lee
Tel: +82-51-850-8934    Email: 3rdmed@hanmail.net
Abstract
Objectives : The purpose of this study is to find the effects of Sa-Am stomach tonifying acupuncture on radial pulse through the parameters difference.
Methods : Forty healthy subjects participated in this study, acupuncture group and control group were divided. Radial pulse were measured using 3 dimensional pulse imaging system(DMP-3000). 19 parameters that significantly changed were selected after comparing between acupuncture group and control group. Then, 19 parameters were analyzed before, immediately after , 30 minutes after and 60 minutes after acupuncture in acupucture group.
Results : 1. Heart rate, pulse period, T/T1, T2/T, T4/T, T5/T, T-T4, (T-T4)/T and T4/(T-T4) significantly changed after acupuncture. 2. H1 Amplitude, H2 Amplitude, H4 Amplitude and H5 Amplitude significantly changed after acupuncture. 3. Area of Pulse Wave, Systolic Pulse Area, Diastolic Pulse Area and Area of W significantly changed after acupuncture. 4. AIx/HR significantly changed after acupuncture Conclusion : Stomach Tonifying Acupuncture exerts an influence on radial pulse parameters. Further radial pulse change study on various acupuncture treatment is required.
Keywords: Sa-Am acupuncture, stomach-tonification, parameter, radial pulse


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