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Author (up) Lin, C.F.; Liao, J.M.; Tsai, S.J.; Chiang, P.Y.; Ting, H.; Tang, C.Y.; Lou, K.L.; Hsieh, L.C.; Wang, D.W.; Lin, T.B. openurl 
  Title Depressor effect on blood pressure and flow elicited by electroacupuncture in normal subjects Type of Study Journal Article
  Year 2003 Publication Auton Neurosci Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 107 Issue 1 Pages 60-64  
  Abstract To clarify the effect of electroacupuncture (Ea) on the activity of the cardiovascular system in normal individuals, hemodynamic parameters including arterial blood pressure (BP), finger blood flow (FBF) and heart rate (HR) as well as paravertebral temperature (PVT) were non-invasively recorded under Ea stimulation. Surface stimulation electrode was placed on the Hoku point (Li-4). Square wave pulses (0.05 ms) were applied from a stimulator with a stimulation frequency of 2 Hz (3 min). The stimulation intensity was five times of sensory threshold. BP and FBF were decreased (68.5+/-6.0%, P<0.01 and 96.8+/-1.1%, P<0.01 of control, respectively, n=7) while HR and PVT were increased significantly (115.0+/-5.1 of control, P<0.05 and 0.054+/-0.004 degree C, P<0.01, respectively, n=7) during Ea treatment. The results suggested an inhibition in sympathetic outflow, which induced vasodilatation of systemic arteriole and decrease in BP and FBF were elicited by Ea stimulation.  
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  Notes Date of Input: 5/28/2015; Date Modified: 5/28/2015; Availability: --In File--; Priority: Normal; School of Physical Therapy, Chung-Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan.; eng; Web: Approved no  
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