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A Clinical Study on a Case of Arrhythmia after Stillbirth
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A Clinical Study on a Case of Arrhythmia after Stillbirth
Kim, Joon-Ho; Kang, Na-Hoon; Park, Kang-In; Pak, Youn-Kyung; Hwang, Deok-Sang; Lee, Jin-Moo; Lee, Chang-Hoon; Lee, Kyung-Sub; Jang, Jun-Bock;
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 Abstract
Objectives Arrhythmia can occur frequently when state of pregnancy or after carriage, but it is rare that the symptom continues. We have a case of arrhythmia, which occurred after stillbirth and has lasted for about 4 months, treated by Korean medicine treatment, so we report a case on arrhythmia occurred after stillbirth.Methods Patient, who suffered from arrhythmia after stillbirth, was enrolled in this study. She received Korean medicine therapies such as herbal medicine, acupuncture and negative cupping.Results Discomfort and frequency of arrhythmia was reduced by Korean medicine therapiesConclusions The present study suggests that Korean medicine therapies have a effect on arrhythmia caused by stillbirth.
 Keywords
arrhythmia;stillbirth;Korean medicine therapy;
 Language
Korean
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