ACUPUNCTURE IN ANGINA PECTORIS
A study carried out at the Department of Internal Medicine P. Rigshospitalet in Denmark found that acupuncture treatment decreased the time of onset of attacks of angina pectoris pain by 10%, reduced nitroglycerin consumption by 58%, and reduced the attack rate by 38%. There was additionally a noticeable improvement in exercise tolerance among the treated patients. The study also showed that there ...
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