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Zhongguo Zhen Jiu. 2011 Jul;31(7):610-2.
[Article in Chinese]
Xuyi Skin and Sexually Transmitted Disease Hospital of Jiangsu Province, Huai'an 211700, China. email@example.com
To compare the effect of acupoint injection desensitization with autoblood and routine combined therapy for treatment of chronic urticaria.
Two hundred patients with chronic urticaria were randomly divided into an acupoint injection with autoblood (AJA) group and a medicine group, 100 cases in each group. The AJA group was treated by acupoint injection desensitization with autoblood and Dazhui (GV 14), Fengfu (GV 16), Feishu (BL 13), Neiguan (PC 6) and etc. were selected, 3-5 acupoints each time, once every three days, 30 days for a course. The therapeutic effect was assessed after one course. The medicine group was treated with external application of Dexamethasone Acetate cream, twice a day, and oral administration of Setastine Hydrochloride, twice a day, 1 mg each time and the treatment duration was the same as that in the AJA group.
The clinical cured rate was 66.0% (66/100) in the AJA group, which was superior to that of 0 (0/100) in the medicine group (P < 0.05).
The acupoint injection desensitization with autoblood has obvious therapeutic effect on chronic urticaria with no apparent dependence and rebound problem.