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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-457884


BACKGROUND:Ischiogluteal bursitis has been recognized for a long time, but its treatment stil limits to local blocking injection and surgery methods that were developed 40 years ago. OBJECTIVE:To observe the efficacy of platelet-rich plasma on ischiogluteal bursitis. METHODS:Data of 15 patients with ischiogluteal bursitis were colected. Al the patients with ischiogluteal bursitis were treated with bilateral platelet-rich plasma (n=10) or local blocking injection (n=5). Patients’ outcomes were assessed by visual analogue scale, the Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire for Medication (TSQM) Version II and recurrence rate. The folow-up time was from 6 to 14 months. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: There was no statistical difference in visual analogue scale score between the platelet-rich plasma group and local blocking group (F=0.219,P=0.643), but the score of visual analogue scale in the platelet-rich plasma group was higher during short-term folow-up (within 1 week after treatment), but lower in the long-term folow-up. In the aspects of overal satisfaction score, clinical effectiveness and side effects, the platelet-rich plasma group was inferior to the local blocking group at short-term folow-up, especialy at 1 week after treatment; however, these scores became better in the platelet-rich plasma group than the local blocking group during the long-term folow-up period. In addition, no statistical difference in the convenience score was found between the two groups. At the last folow-up, the recurrence rate in the platelet-rich plasma group was lower than that in the local blocking group. Both the platelet-rich plasma and local blocking injection can significantly reduce the pain of patients with ischiogluteal bursitis. Local blocking injection has better short-term effectiveness. Platelet-rich plasma injection works moderately, but its effectiveness can last for longer time, and the recurrence rate is lower.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-441756


BACKGROUND:The preemptive analgesia is stil a controversial issue. Existing studies have not paid much attention to effects of preoperative factors on the hypersensitivity of peripheral and central mechanisms. Visual analog scale scores cannot subjectively and repeatedly reveal patient’s pain. OBJECTIVE:To investigate the validity of the preventive analgesia effect of Celebrex in patients with total knee arthroplasty. METHODS:Patients with osteoarthritis of the knee who received total knee arthroplasty were accessed by Pittsburgh sleep quality index, self-rating depression scale and self-rating anxiety scale. In al , thirty patients were enrol ed in the study. They were randomized into Celebrex group and vitamin C group, and each group had 15 patients. The patients in the Celebrex group and vitamin C group took 200 mg Celebrex and vitamin C, respectively, twice a day from day 2 to day 4. Both of their knees were evaluated by resting visual analogue scale and moving visual analogue scale in the evening of day 1 before treatment and day 3 after treatment. Meanwhile, the pain threshold and pain tolerance were accessed by a pain-threshold machine. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:No statistical significance of the changes of resting and moving visual analogue scale scores was found in both knees in the Celebrex group (P>0.05). The pain threshold of both knees were significantly increased (P0.05). There were no significant changes in the pain tolerance in both knees (P>0.05). The changing values of resting or moving visual analogue scale were not significantly correlated with the pain threshold and pain tolerance (P>0.05). There were no significant changes in visual analogue scale scores, pain threshold and pain tolerance in both knees of the vitamin C group (P>0.05). Celebrex could increase the pain threshold of patients receiving total knee arthroplasty, especial y the severe knee, which indicates that the Celebrex is good for the preventive analgesia. Comparatively speaking, the pain threshold might be more sensitive than visual analogue scale in revealing the change of pain after analgesia. There is no significant correlation between visual analogue scale score and the hypersensitivity of pain.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-529429


AIM:To investigate the effects of Fu Fang Xiao Chai Hu Tang(FFXCHT)on level of Interleukin-2 and value of CD4+/CD8+ in mice bearing Ehrlish ascites carcinoma(EAC).METHODS:The effects of FFXCHT on the EAC were observed and index of thymus and spleen were observed.The method of [3H]-TdR incorporation was used to measure the IL-2 level,and the value of CD4+/CD8+ was assayed by ELITE calibur flow cytometry.RESULTS:Compared with the model group,FFXCHT inhibited the growth of EAC(P