By Gabriel Stux, Bruce Pomeranz (auth.), Prof. Bruce Pomeranz M.D., Ph. D., Dr. med. Gabriel Stux M.D. (eds.)
Scientific Bases of Acupuncture summarizes the most important clinical advances from 1976 - 1988 at the mechanisms of acupuncture. awesome researchers from Western international locations, Japan and China document their findings within the structure of evaluation articles. the person stories summarize each one author's own examine whereas additionally bearing on the final literature within the box of acupuncture and TENS.
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In another, energy (or Qi) is supplied, which travels along the meridians to balance the energy flows. To test these hypotheses we did two experiments in the mouse squeak model. In one we injected procaine, a local nerve anesthetic, and found that when nerve impulses were blocked, the AA effect was abolished. In another test, we applied equal amounts of electricity to the acupuncture needles, but used electrical parameters which could not make impulses: no AA was observed in the absence of nerve impulses.
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