LUO HECHUN

 

 

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 [OBSERVATIONS SUR L’EFFET THERAPEUTIQUE DE L’ELECTROACUPUNCTURE DANS L’ETAT DEPRESSIF]. LUO HECHUN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;4(1):1 (chi*).
 Sur 19 cas traités par électroacupuncture, 9 guérisons et taux d’efficacité de 73,6 %. Dans le groupe traité par ammikhellin 4 guérisons et taux d’efficacité de 63,6 %. Le traitement comporte 20VG et yintang, insertion oblique sur 1 cm, séance quotidienne 1 heure. 30 séances constituent un traitement.
 
2- gera: 12945/di/cg
 OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC ACUPUNCTURE FOR DEPRESSION. LUO HECHUN ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:37-8 (eng).
 30 patients sont répartis en deux groupes : électroacupuncture (20VG +Yintang, 6 séances par semaine, 30 séances) ou Amitriptyline (130 mg par jour pendant 5 semaines). Amélioration objectivée par l’Echelle d’Hamilton dans les 2 groupes. Il n’y a pas de différence significative entre les 2 groupes, mais l’acupuncture n’a pas d’effets
 
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 COMPARATIVE OBSERVATION AND LABORATORY STUDY ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA TREATED WITH LASER BEAMS (HE-NE) OF*. LUO HECHUN ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:142 (eng).
 
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 CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND PHARMACOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE SEDATIVE AND HYPNOTIC EFFECTS OF THE CHINESE DRUG RHIZOME AND ROOT OF PATRINIA SCAIOSAEFOLIA FISH. LUO HECHUN ET AL. journal of tcm. 1986;6(2):89-94 (eng).
 
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 CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION WITH ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE. LUO HECHUN ET AL. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:116 (eng).
 
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 TREATMENT OF SCHIZOPHRENIA BY HE-NE LASER ON YAMEN (DU 15). LUO HECHUN ET AL. international conference on tcm and pharmacology,shanghai. 1987;:797 (eng).
 
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 CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION WITH ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE. LUO HECHUN ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:53 (eng).
 Traitement de 241 patients répartis en 2 groupes : Electroacupuncture (20VG+Yintang) ou Amitriptyline. Evaluation après 6 semaines de traitement notamment sur l’échelle de Hamilton. Une amélioration est observée dans les deux groupes. Il n’y a pas de différence significative entre les 2 groupes.
 
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 [CLINICAL OBSERVATION OF ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE ON 133 PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSION IN COMPARISON WITH TRICYCLIC AMITRIPTYLINE]. LUO HECHUN ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1988;8(2):77 (chi*).
 [Traitement comparatif de la dépression entre électroacupuncture et amitriptyline sur 133 patients]. Points utilisés 20VG et Yin Tang chez 133 patients et amitriptyline sur 108 cas avec contrôle en double aveugle. Chaque patient était testé avec une échelle d’évaluation, bilan neuroendocrinien et EEG pour 72 des 241 cas. Les scores étaient très améliorés dans les deux types de traitements avec peu de différence entre eux. 7 cas ont été évalués dans chaque groupe avec l’échelle d’Hamilton montrant que l’électroacupuncture (EA) était plus efficace que l’amitriptyline pour les poles anxiété et cognitif et dans les dépressions réactionnelles. L’efficacité a été de 75,2 % pour EA et de 66,7 % pour amitriptyline. Les effets secondaires de l’EA sont minimes faisant penser qu’elle est plus utile pour la dépression. En fait l’EA est un nouveau traitement intéressant pour la recherche car EEG et biochimie étaient différents dans les deux groupes faisant penser à un mécanisme d’action différent pour les deux
 
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 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION BY ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AND AMITRIPTYLINE. LUO HC ET AL. acupuncture. 1990;1(2):20-6 (eng).
 
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 A CONTROL OBSERVATION ON THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF INTELLIGENT (COMPUTERIZED) ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AND COMMON ELECTROACUPUNCTURE TREATING 77 CASES OF NEUROSIS. LUO HECHUN ET AL. world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 1993;3(2):25-8 (eng).
 77 cases of neurosis were treated with intelligent (computerized) electroacupuncture (IEA) and common electroacupuncture (CEA) at two different wave forms and frequencies. The results showed that the markedly effective rates of IEA and CEA were respectively 75 % and 60 % without a statistically significant difference. For different subtypes of neurosis, the therapeutic effects of IEC in the treatment of neurasthenia and depressive neurosis were superior to and in the treatment of anxiety was inferior to those of CEA. For different syndromes, the curative effects of IEA on somatic symptom, depression and asthenic symptom were superior to and on anxiety and sleep-disorder were not as good as those of CEA.
 
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 THE STIMULATIVE EFFECT OF SUPRACUTANEOUS ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON HUMAN SKIN AND ITS ANALGESIC EFFECT ON RATS. WANG RUI-WEN, KU BAOSHAN, LUO HE-CHUN, ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine (english edition). 1995;1(1):28 (eng*).
 The stimulative effect of supracutaneous electroacupuncture using a blunt-tip electrode on 120 points of human skin was observed in 12 healthy volunteers. A comparison of stimulation by the more expensive supracutaneous instrument specifically designed for this treatment and that of the more conventional transcutaneous electroacupuncture instrument, modified by use of a blunt-tip. belt-type electrode instead of the traditional electro- needle , showed similar therapeutic effects. An animal experiment, using the rat tail flick analgesia method to compare supracutaneous electroacupuncture, showed that the pain threshold was raised by both types of electroacupuncture, with both having an optimal stimulation time of 10-20 minutes. The percentage of change in maximum pain threshold was 206. 6% for supracutaneous electroacupuncture at 7V and 175. 4% for
 
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 [THERAPAUTIC EFFECT OF SHUXUENING COMBINING NEUROLEPTICS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA _ A DOUBLE BLIND STUDY]. LUO HE-CHUN ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1997;17(3):139 (chi*).
 Objective: To assess the therapeutic effect of Shuxuening (SXN), the extractum of Ginkgo biloba761 (EGb761) in treating chronic schizophrenia. Methods: A double-blind, placebo-controlled multi-canter research on the treatment of chronic schizophrenics with SXN was used. Five hundred and forty-five patients were randomly divided into either SXN group or the control group. Patients in the former group received SXN 120 mg three times daily. Patients in both groups received their maintenance neuroleptics throughout the 16-week research treatment. Results: The patients’ rating scores of brief psychiatric rating scale (BPRS) and Scale for the Assessment of Negative Symptoms reduced much greater in SXN group than those in the control group from the sixth week of treatment (P<0. 01). The effect of SXN for BPRS factors of retardation and thought disturbance was better than that of the control. SXN presented a better therapeutic effect for chronic schizophrenics than the control when rated with traditional global rating method as well, in which 44. 98% marked improvement was obtained in SXN group compared to 20.98% in the control group. Conclusion: SXN combining neuroleptics, was an effective medicine for chronic schizophrenics. Moreover, it appeared few side-effects within the recommended dose range.
 
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 [REVELATION FROM THE PROGRESSION ON TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION WITH NEW ELECTROACUPUNCTURE]. LUO HECHUN. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 2000;20(11):806 (chi).
 
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 [CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF 30 CASES OF DEPRESSION WITH ELECTROACUPUNCTURE]. HAN CUI LI XIAOHONG, LUO HECHUN, ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2002;43(6):428 (chi*).
 Purpose: To observe clinical therapeutic effects of electroacupuncture on depression. Methods: The treatment group was treated with electroacupuncture at Baihui, Yintang points based on differentiation of symptoms and signs, and the control group was treated with Maprotiline. Results: After treatment the score of the Hamilton Depression Scale decreased significantly as compared with that before treatment in the both groups (P<0. 01), with no significant difference between the two groups (P>0. 05). The total effective rate was 96. 7% in the treatment group and 90. 3% in the control group with no significant difference (P>0. 05). The cumulative scores of TCM symptoms after treatment in the two groups decreased significantly (P<0. 01), with significant difference between the two groups (P<0. 05), the treatment group being superior to the control group. According to the scoring of the Asberg scale for adverse effects of anti -depression medicines, the decrease of score in the treatment group was superior to that in the control group. Plasma cortisol and endothelin (ET – I ) contents after treatment in the two groups were decreased significantly as compared with before treatment (P<0. 01), basically recovering normal, but with no significant difference between the two groups after treatment (P > 0. 05 ). Conclusion: Electroacupuncture has a similar therapeutic effect with Maprotiline on depression with less adverse effects, and the improvement of TCM symptoms is superior to that of Maprotiline.
 
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 [COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE AND MAPROTILINE IN TREATING DEPRESSION*]. HAN CUI, LI XUE-WU, LUO HE-CHUN, ET AL. chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 2002;22(7):512 (chi*).
 
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 [COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AND FIUOXETINE FOR TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION. CHIN J PSYCHIATRY]. LUO HC, UREIL H, CHEN YC, ET AL. chin j psychiatry. 2003;36(4)::215-9 (chi*).
EA is at least as eficacious as fluoxetine for treating patients with major depressive disorder.
 
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 [PROGRESS ON CLINICAL STUDY OF CHINESE MEDICINE ON MALIGNANT TUMOR COMPLICATED WITH DEPRESSION]. XIN HAI, LUO HE-CHUN . chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 2004;24(10):955 (chi).
 
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 [DIFFERENTIATION OF SOMATOFORM DISORDERS IN TCM ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION OUTPATIENT SERVICE]]. GUO J, LUO HC. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;26(11):814-7. (chi).
 OBJECTIVE: To strengthen differentiation of somatoform disorders and probe into regular rules of TCM syndrome differentiation treatment. METHODS: Clinical data of 93 cases of somatoform disorders were collected from clinic departments of TCM acupuncture and moxibustion in general hospitals, and were divided into somatoform disorders group (n=41), depression group (n=30) and neurosis group (n=22) according to diagnostic criteria of CCMD-III. Zung’s self-evaluating anxiety scale (SAS), and self-evaluating depression scale (SDS) were used for quantitative evaluation and comparison of severities of emotional disorders, and TCM syndrome type differentiation was carried out. RESULTS: Somatoform disorders were most marked by pain, abnormal sensation of the skin mainly on the head, four limbs, etc. in TCM acupuncture and moxibustion clinic department, and the severities of anxiety and depression in the somatoform disorders group are lower than those in other two groups, and stagnation of the liver-qi is main TCM syndrome. CONCLUSION: Strengthening differentiation of somatoform disorders, treatment based on the liver and exerting advantages of TCM in diagnosis and treatment may increase clinical therapeutic effects on somatoform disorders in TCM acupuncture and moxibustion treatment.