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Segmentale Innervation – Warum Sham-Akupunktur mehr ist als nur Schein

Segmentale Innervation – Warum Sham-Akupunktur mehr ist als nur Schein Journal Club Johannes Fleckenstein Institut für Komplementäre und Integrative Medizin IKIM, Dozentur für TCM/Akupunktur, Universität Bern, Bern, Schweiz Segmentale Innervation – Warum Sham- Akupunktur mehr ist als nur Schein significant differences in efficacy. Clinical outcomes were simi- Originalpublikation lar when verum acupuncture and sham (placebo) acupuncture shared the same dermatomes (p < 0.01). Ots T, Kandirian A, Szilagyi I, DiGiacomo SM, Sandner-Kiesling A (2020) The selection of dermatomes for sham (placebo) acupuncture points is relevant for the outcome of acupuncture studies: a  systematic Discussion. The findings of this review confirm our hypothe- review of sham (placebo)-controlled randomized acupuncture trials. sis. Acupuncture studies that employed verum and sham loca- Acupunct Med. 964528419889636 Online ahead of print. https:// tions on overlapping dermatomes helped to create a mediocre to doi.org/10.1177/0964528419889636. negative picture of acupuncture’s efficacy. The segmental struc- ture of the body with its interconnected reflex system oer ff s an additional neurophysiological explanation for the effectiveness Abstract of acupuncture applied to structures segmentally innervated by the spinal and visceral nervous system. Further comparative ac- Background. Many randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of acu- upuncture studies should be based on knowledge of segmental puncture reveal no significant differences between acupuncture anatomy. In testing verum acupuncture versus sham acupunc- and so-called http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur Springer Journals

Segmentale Innervation – Warum Sham-Akupunktur mehr ist als nur Schein

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Springer Journals
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2020 Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature
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0415-6412
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1439-4359
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10.1007/s42212-020-00277-1
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Abstract

Journal Club Johannes Fleckenstein Institut für Komplementäre und Integrative Medizin IKIM, Dozentur für TCM/Akupunktur, Universität Bern, Bern, Schweiz Segmentale Innervation – Warum Sham- Akupunktur mehr ist als nur Schein significant differences in efficacy. Clinical outcomes were simi- Originalpublikation lar when verum acupuncture and sham (placebo) acupuncture shared the same dermatomes (p < 0.01). Ots T, Kandirian A, Szilagyi I, DiGiacomo SM, Sandner-Kiesling A (2020) The selection of dermatomes for sham (placebo) acupuncture points is relevant for the outcome of acupuncture studies: a  systematic Discussion. The findings of this review confirm our hypothe- review of sham (placebo)-controlled randomized acupuncture trials. sis. Acupuncture studies that employed verum and sham loca- Acupunct Med. 964528419889636 Online ahead of print. https:// tions on overlapping dermatomes helped to create a mediocre to doi.org/10.1177/0964528419889636. negative picture of acupuncture’s efficacy. The segmental struc- ture of the body with its interconnected reflex system oer ff s an additional neurophysiological explanation for the effectiveness Abstract of acupuncture applied to structures segmentally innervated by the spinal and visceral nervous system. Further comparative ac- Background. Many randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of acu- upuncture studies should be based on knowledge of segmental puncture reveal no significant differences between acupuncture anatomy. In testing verum acupuncture versus sham acupunc- and so-called

Journal

Deutsche Zeitschrift für AkupunkturSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 1, 2020

Keywords: Acupuncture; Traditional Chinese Medicine; Complementary & Alternative Medicine; Pain Medicine; Chiropractic Medicine

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