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The Clinical Reaction Study on 64 Cases with Essential Bee Venom Treatment
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The Clinical Reaction Study on 64 Cases with Essential Bee Venom Treatment
Jeon, Yong-Tae; Go, Ung; Kim, Sung-Moon; Jeong, Hae-Chan; Han, Kuk-In; Shin, Seon-Ho; Ko, Youn-Seok;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study was to observe clinical reactions (itching, pain, etc.) after Essential Bee Venom (EBV) treatment. Methods This study was conducted 64 patients who had been injected with EBV in Korean Medicine Hospital of Woosuk University and Haeundae Ja-Seng Hospital of Korean Medicine from October 5, 2015 to February 20, 2016. We checked clinical reactions of treatment region. Results 8 patients (12.5%) complained of localized itching and 4 patients (6.3%) complained of localized pain after EBV injection. In itching reaction of patients, 2 patients (15.4%) occurred itching in head and neck, 4 patients (12.9%) occurred in lumbar and back. In pain reaction of patients, 2 patients (6.5%) occurred pain in lumbar and back, 1 patient (11.1%) occurred pain in upper limb. All clinical reactions were happened within 7 treatment times. Conclusions This study suggested EBV treatment can cause clinical reaction like itching and pain. Clinical reactions were more common in inpatients than outpatient, and all reactions were happened within 7 treatment times. Doctors should recognize physical reaction caused by EBV and explain to patient. Further studies are needed to more improved treatment.
 Keywords
Essential Bee Venom (EBV);B4-eBV;Itching;Pain;Clinical reaction;
 Language
Korean
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