Publications by authors named "Ni-Sha Luo"

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[Horizontal penetration needling method for headache].

Zhongguo Zhen Jiu 2020 Nov;40(11):1193-7

Department of Encephalopathy, Nanjing Hospital of TCM, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Nanjing 210001, Jiangsu Province.

The manipulation and key points of professor -'s horizontal penetration needling method for headache were introduced. This acupuncture method selects local acupoints of head, including occipital acupoint group, temporal acupoint group, frontal acupoint group and vertex acupoint group. The needles are shallowly and horizontally inserted at acupoints, with needle end towards the focus or headache site. The needle retaining time is long (6 h). This method is commonly used in the treatment of migraine, cervicogenic headache and tension-type headache. The manipulation is standard with better repeatability.
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November 2020

[Revelation of 's subcutaneous needling therapy on the development of acupuncture and moxibustion].

Zhongguo Zhen Jiu 2020 Mar;40(3):307-14

Department of Cerebropathy, Nanjing TCM Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Nanjing 210001, Jiangsu Province.

By analyzing 's subcutaneous needling phenomenon, the attribute of 's subcutaneous needling therapy in traditional acupuncture, the innovation and the role in the development of traditional acupuncture were demonstrated. The authors believe that the de-meridian in 's subcutaneous needling therapy is similar to the connotation of meridian before the Han dynasty, the de-acupoint phenomenon in 's subcutaneous needling therapy reproduces the acupoint evolution, and the sites of needle insertion of this therapy are partially overlapped with the location of traditional acupoints. In manipulation, the technique of 's subcutaneous needling therapy is derived from the traditional acupuncture technique and it is also in reference to the theory and the method of modern medicine, such as muscle energy technology and fasciology. The needle device and the sweeping technique are the most essential innovation of 's subcutaneous needling therapy. 's subcutaneous needling therapy has the distinct attribute of traditional acupuncture.
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March 2020

[Analysis on relationship between syndrome differentiation of migraine and acupuncture effect].

Zhongguo Zhen Jiu 2020 Jan;40(1):96-102

Department of Encephalopathy, Affiliated Nanjing TCM Hospital of Nanjing University of CM, Nanjing 210001, Jiangsu Province.

The problems of the syndrome differentiation of migraine in acupuncture treatment were collected, e.g. inconsistency of syndrome differentiation, unclear staging of syndrome differentiation, lack of standardization in comparison between syndrome differentiation and non-differentiation, insufficient research on the factors of syndrome differentiation. In view of the exiting problems, focusing on two aspects of migraine, namely syndrome differentiation and acupuncture effect, the clinical treatment and research are conducted in migraine treated with acupuncture based on syndrome differentiation. It is believed that the comprehensive observation of the relationship between syndrome differentiation and acupuncture effect, as well as the analysis of the relevant factors of syndrome differentiation of migraine should be the focus in future research.
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January 2020

[Compliance Control Strategy in the Practical Randomized Controlled Trial Study of Electroacupuncture Combined with Behavior Control for Overweight and Simple Obesity].

Zhen Ci Yan Jiu 2017 Apr;42(2):183-6

Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Nanjing 210046, China.

Electroacupuncture (EA) has been extensively used in clinical treatment of obesity. The effectiveness relies not only on the correct diagnosis and rational treatment, but also on the voluntary cooperation of patients, that is the satisfactory compliance. The patient compliance refers to his/her submissiveness and executive ability to medical advice, which is the indispensable factor for the clinical efficacy. The strength of it depends on the patient himself/herself, and moreover is improved through some therapeutic strategies. Based on the emphasis of individual treatment in the real world, the practical randomized controlled trial (RCT) study pays attention to patient's compliance at the beginning of trial design. In this paper, in terms of the influential factors and control strategies, the compliance of simple obesity patient in the practical RCT study was summarized systematically.
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April 2017