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The Effects of Interferential Current Therapy on Functional Dyspepsia
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The Effects of Interferential Current Therapy on Functional Dyspepsia
Koo, Ja Pung; Shin, Hee Joon; Kim, Nyeon Jun; Jeon, Hye Mi; Park, Joo Hyun; Yun, Young Dae; Lee, Joon Hee; Lim, Sang Wan; Um, Ki Mai; Kim, Ji Sung;
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 Abstract
This study aims to address the effect of interferential current therapy and thereby to provide basic resources to physical therapies for internal medicine by identifying symptoms for functional dyspepsia and serum gastrin level that shows gastric motility. Following results were obtained by performing interferential current therapy to 16 subjects composed of 8 for functional dyspepsia group and 8 for control group for 20 minutes a day, 3 days a week, for 6 weeks. In control group, serum gastrin level was significantly( p<.01), lowered after the therapy whereas there was no significant difference observed in all questions from questionnaire for symptoms of functional dyspepsia between before and after the therapy. In functional dyspepsia group, serum gastrin level was significantly(p<.01), lowered after the therapy and there was also significant(p<.01) reduction in every question from questionnaire for symptoms of functional dyspepsia between before and after the therapy. There was more significant decrease in serum gastrin level and reduction in questionnaire for symptoms of functional dyspepsia in the functional dyspepsia group compared to the control group(p<.01). This study confirms the interferential current therapy as an effective therapeutic method for internal diseases including functional dyspepsia since it not only improves the symptoms of functional dyspepsia but also allows the gastric motility close to normal.
 Keywords
Functional Dyspepsia;Gastrin;Interferential Current Therapy;
 Language
English
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