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acupuncture:evaluation:neuro-psychiatrie:02. nevralgie occipitale [29 Jun 2020 07:05] (Version actuelle)
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 +====== Occipital neuralgia: effectiveness of acupuncture ======
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 +====== Névralgie occipitale : évaluation de l'​acupuncture ======
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 +===== Revues systématiques et méta-analyses =====
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 +==== Yun 2020 ====
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 +Yun JM , Lee SH , Cho JH , Kim KW , Ha IH. The effects of acupuncture on occipital neuralgia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Complement Med Ther. 2020;​20(1):​171. {{:medias securises:​acupuncture:​evaluation:​neuro-psychiatrie:​yun-209779.pdf|[209779]}}. [[https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pmc/​articles/​PMC7268636|doi/​]] ​
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 +^Background| Occipital neuralgia is one of the main causes of occipital pain. This systematic review aims to assess the level of evidence in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on the effects of acupuncture on occipital neuralgia. |
 +^Methods|We searched 11 databases and a journal archive from their inception up to December 2019 for relevant RCTs. We did not place any specific restrictions on patients diagnosed with occipital neuralgia, such as age or gender. We included studies that used an acupuncture intervention group, with or without the control group treatment, and that set a control group receiving active, interventional treatment such as medication. For outcomes, we used visual analogue scale (VAS) and effective rate. |
 +^Results| **We included a total of 11 RCTs**. All VAS scores (mean difference [MD] -2.35, 95% confidence interval [CI] -2.84, - 1.86) and effective rate values (odds ratio [OR] 4.96, 95% CI 2.24, 10.96) showed significant differences in effect between acupuncture treatment alone and the control group treatment. Similarly, combined acupuncture treatment with control group treatment also showed significant effects in effective rate (OR 6.68, 95% CI 1.11, 40.37). We performed a subgroup analysis on studies that used acupuncture only as the intervention and reported the effective rate and found that all acupuncture subgroups showed significant effects compared to the control group treatments. None of the studies reported severe adverse effects. |
 +^ Conclusions|Although acupuncture only and combined acupuncture treatments showed significant effects compared to medication, the results of this study are inconclusive. Studies with rigorous study design and larger sample sizes are needed to confirm the role of acupuncture in this field. |