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Home > Research > Cardiovascular Disorders

Cardiovascular Disorders

By Smith FW Jr.

Acupuncture for cardiovascular disorders.

Problems in Veterinary Medicine, 1992 Mar, 4(1):125-31.
(UI: 92257050)
Pub type: Journal Article; Review; Review, Tutorial.
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Abstract: Experimental studies in animals and clinical studies in humans have demonstrated that acupuncture can exert significant effects on the cardiovascular system and provide effective therapy for a variety of cardiovascular ailments.

In veterinary practice, acupuncture should be considered as adjunctive therapy in cases of shock and cardiac arrest. Acupuncture may also be beneficial as adjunctive or sole therapy in the management of congestive heart failure, arrhythmias, and systemic hypertension.

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