Acupuncture not effective for post-term induction
A Danish team has concluded that acupuncture may not be effective for the induction of labour in post-term women. In a double-blind multicentre randomised controlled study, 125 healthy women with uneventful pregnancies at gestational week 41(+6) were randomised into two groups. The intervention group received acupuncture twice on the same day at Baihui DU-20, Zhiyin BL-67, Hegu L.I.-4 and Sanyinji ...
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