Correlation Study of Rehabilitation Effect of Different Acupuncture Stimulation Therapy on Mental Patients
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Aiming Shen, Zhuo Wu, Fei Huang, Wei Zhang, Wenlong Wang, Jiajia Hua
Objective: to explore the rehabilitation effect of different acupuncture stimulation therapy for psychiatric patients. Methods: In the period of one year from January 2019 to December 2019,126 patients with psychiatric diseases were selected, and 42 cases were randomly selected by digital method, which were set at A, B and C groups. the therapeutic efficacy, quality of life, adverse reactions, and bprs scores of the three groups were compared. Results: There was no significant difference in the therapeutic effect in the three groups (P >0.05), no significant difference in adverse reactions in the three groups (P >0.05), no significant difference in BPRS scores in the three groups (P >0.05), and no significant difference in quality of life in the three groups (P >0.05).Conclusion: the effect of the three methods of acupuncture stimulation therapy in the treatment of psychiatric diseases is better, the bprs score after treatment has low adverse reaction, high safety, and the quality of life of the patients are higher, the rehabilitation effect is better, so it has the value of clinical application.
Psychiatric Patients, Acupuncture Stimulation Therapy, Rehabilitation Effect, Pricking Collaterals and Bleeding, Acupoint Injection, Routine Acupuncture