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The Clinical Study of Night Crying and Night Terror in Children after Traffic Accidents
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 Title & Authors
The Clinical Study of Night Crying and Night Terror in Children after Traffic Accidents
Kang, Kyung Ha; Lee, Sun Jung; Park, Eun Jung;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study was to report 35 children who had sleep disorder like night crying or night terror after traffic accidents. Methods This clinical study had been carried out with 35 infants and children, who visited to the department of Pediatrics, Oriental Medical Hospital from January 2012 to June 2015. Results The study group had similar sex the ratio between boys and girls and the group had more of 1-3 year-old children. The number of patients who were diagnosed as night crying were 24, night terror were 7 and palpitation due to alarm were 4. All patients took herb medicine and 15 patients were treated by acupuncture. During the treatment, symptom of night crying and terror were disappeared. Conclusions This result showed that the oriental medical treatment was effective in children who suffered from night crying or night terror after traffic accidents.
 Keywords
Infantile crying;Excessive crying;Night crying;Night terror;Sleep disorder;Traffic accidents;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
경항통 및 경추 염좌를 동반한 소아 교통사고 입원 환자 24명에 대한 임상적 고찰,구은진;이진화;한재경;김윤희;

대한한방소아과학회지, 2016. vol.30. 4, pp.19-28 crossref(new window)
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