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Revues systématiques et méta-analyses : Acupuncture et Dépression

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année
pathologie
référence
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2008
Dépression
Méta-analyse
[Systematic evaluation of therapeutic effect and safety of acupuncture for treatment of depression].
Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion. 2008; 28(5);381-6.
Wang L, Sun DW, Zhan JY
14 ECR
 patients
Conclusions: Both acupuncture and medication possibly are effective for depression with good safety. However, because of lower methodological quality of the trials, this conclusion needs further be confirmed.
Section of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, First Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of TCM, Harbin 150040, China.
2008
Dépression
Méta-analyse
Is acupuncture beneficial in depression: a meta-analysis of 8 randomised controlled trials?
J Affect Disord. 2008;111
(2-3):125-134.
Wang Hao, Qi Hong, Wang Bai-song, Cui Yong-yao, Zhu Liang, Rong Zheng-xing, Chen Hong-zhuan
8 ECR
477 patients
Conclusions: Although this meta-analysis might be discounted due to the low quality of individual trials, it supported that acupuncture was effective treatment that could significantly reduce the severity of disease in the patients with depression.
Department of Pharmacology and Biostatistics, Institute of Medical Sciences, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine, China.
2007
Dépression
Revue systématique
A systematic review of randomised controlled trials of acupuncture in the treatment of the depression.
J Affect Dis. 2007;15:92-100.
Leo RJ, Salvador A J, Ligot JR
9 ECR
667 patients
Conclusions: Despite the findings that the odds ratios of existing literature suggest a role for the acupuncture in the treatment of depression, the evidence thus far is unconclusive. However, efforts being made to standardize complementary approaches to treat depression, and further systematized research into their use is warranted.
Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo, Erie County Medical Center, 462 Grider Street, NY 14215, USA.
2005
Dépression
Méta-analyse
Congrès Faformec Lyon 2005.
Gerlier JL
5 ECR
223 patients
Conclusions: Un effet spécifique de l’acupuncture statistiquement significatif sur les 3 critères de jugement a été mis en évidence sans détection d’hétérogénéité et avec un ensemble d’ECR de haute qualité. Le faible nombre de patients inclus incite à conforter ces résultats par l’inclusion de nouveaux ECR. C’est la première mise en évidence d’un effet spécifique de l’acupuncture en l’absence d’hétérogénéité statistique.
Groupe de Travail Evaluation et Lecture Critique en Acupuncture, Collège Français d’Acupuncture et MTC, 14 avenue de Chambéry, 74000, Annecy, France.
2005
Dépression
Méta-analyse
Acupuncture in medicine. 2005;23(2):70-76.
Mukaino Y, Park J, White A, Ernst E
7 ECR
509 patients
Conclusions: The evidence from controlled trials is insufficient to conclude whether acupuncture is an effective treatment for depression, but justifies further trials of electroacupuncture.
Faculty of Sports and Health Science, Fukuoka University, Japan.
2005
Dépression
Méta-analyse
Acupuncture for depression.
Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2005;(2):CD004046.
Smith CA , Hai PPJ
7 ECR
517 patients
Conclusions: There is insufficient evidence to determine the efficacy of acupuncture compared to medication, or to wait list control or sham acupuncture, in the management of depression. Scientific study design was poor and the number of people studied was small.
Complementary and Alternative Therapies, School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia, City East Campus, Adelaide, 5001, Australia.