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1/1. observation of curative effects of huatuojiaji in the treatment of 300 cases of apoplexy.

    Huatuojiaji are extra-channel acupoints which are first described in A Handbook of prescriptions for emergencies, and the clinical application of which has been expanded a great deal in modern times. In the end of 1970s, the successful application of Huatuojiaji points in acupuncture anaesthesia brought the research on Huatuojiaji points to its climax; and in recent years, great progress has been made in the study of clinical application, improvement of curative effects and functional mechanism of Huatuojiaji points. According to the theories of acupuncture and moxibustion that puncturing Huatuojiaji can dredge channels, promote flow of qi, regulate yin and yang, and activate the Du Channel and the urinary bladder Channel, 300 cases of apoplexy were thus treated with good curative effects. There are altogether 56 points, 28 on each side of the spine, 0.5 cun lateral to the spinous process. The prescription for apoplexy includes C1-7, T1-9 and L2-4. Of the 300 cases of apoplexy, 100 were cured, 107 markedly effective, 87 improved, and 6 ineffective, the total effective rate being 98%.
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