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Study on Therapeutic Effect of KMST (Korean Medicine Steam Therapy) -Included Korean Medicine Combination Therapy about Leukorrhea Patients
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Study on Therapeutic Effect of KMST (Korean Medicine Steam Therapy) -Included Korean Medicine Combination Therapy about Leukorrhea Patients
Chae, Min-Soo; Kang, Na-Hoon; Kim, Joon-Ho; Hwang, Deok-Sang; Lee, Jin-Moo; Lee, Chang-Hoon; Lee, Kyung-Sub; Jang, Jun-Bock;
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 Abstract
Objectives This study aimed to investigate therapeutic effect of Korean Medicine Steam Therapy (KMST) for leukorrhea patients. Methods From December 1st 2013 to Nov 31st 2014, 16 leukorrhea outpatients treated with KMST filled out questionnaire before and after treatments. The questionnaire was composed of 8 question items such as sleep, appetite & digestion, urination, defecation, emotion, cold hypersensitivity, menstrual pain, leukorrhea and patients were told to evaluate their symptoms as NRS score. We analyzed mean NRS score of each question item before and after KMST by using Wilcoxon`s signed rank test of SPSS ver. 19. Results Mean age of participants was 40.8±13.0 years and mean value of treatment numbers per person was 3.8±1.8 times. 43.75% (n
 Keywords
Korean Medicine Steam Therapy;Leukorrhea;Fumigation;
 Language
Korean
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