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Rev. Ciênc. Plur ; 8(1): e25653, 2022.
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1349025

ABSTRACT

Introdução:As Práticas Integrativas e Complementares em Saúde foram regulamentadas no Sistema Único de Saúde,através da portaria nº 971/2006 que aprova a implantação da Política Nacional de Práticas Integrativas e Complementares, com o objetivo de garantir cuidado continuado,humanizado e integral em saúde,com ênfase na atenção primária. Objetivo:Relatar a experiência vivenciada por uma equipe de Residentes Multiprofissionais em Saúde, através do espaço de Práticas Integrativas e Complementares de uma Unidade Hospitalar na região do Seridó, Rio Grande do Norte. Metodologia:Trata-se de um estudo descritivo com abordagem quantitativa e qualitativa do tipo relato de experiência,desenvolvido a partir da vivência de uma equipe de Residentes em Atenção Básica da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, atuantes no município de Caicó, em parceria com o Hospital Regional do Seridó. As ações foram realizadas durante os meses de março e abril de 2021. As práticas desenvolvidas foram ventosaterapia, musicoterapia, arteterapia, meditação guiada e aromaterapia. Após as práticas foi aplicado um questionário semi-estruturado, sobre seu conhecimento sobre tais práticas exercidas, nível de satisfação e uma descrição subjetiva da experiência e estado atual pós-prática. Resultados:Participaram das ações propostas 57 profissionais, dentre eles (84,21%) mulheres e (15,79%) homens, de vários setores da unidade hospitalar. 10,53% relataram desconhecer as práticas de um modo geral e 89,47% relataram não conhecer as práticas que foram ofertadas. De acordo com a pesquisa de satisfação, 98,25% dos profissionais relataram sentir-se "muito satisfeitos" e "satisfeitos", enquanto somente 1,75% consideraram as práticas "neutras". Os profissionais referiram, também, sensação de harmonia, bem-estar e de paz interior. Conclusões:Por meio da atuação foi possível ofertar um momento de relaxamento no ambiente de trabalho. Obteve-se após a prática um feedback positivo dos participantes sobre os resultados dessa atuação acerca do seu bem-estar (AU).


Introduction:Integrative and Complementary Health Practices were regulated in the Unified Health System, through Ordinance No. 971/2006 that approves the implementation of the National Policy of Integrative and Complementary Practices, with the objective of ensuring continued, humanized and comprehensive health care, with emphasis on primary care. Objective:To report the experience experienced by a team of Multiprofessional Health Residents, through the space of Integrative and Complementary Practices in a Hospital Unit in the Seridó region, Rio Grande do Norte. Methodology:This is a descriptive study with a quantitative and qualitative approach to the type of experience report,developed from the experience of a team of Residents in Primary Care of Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, working in the municipality of Caicó in partnership with the Regional Hospital of Seridó. The actions were carried out during the months of March and April 2021. The practices developed were suction cup therapy, music therapy, art therapy, guided meditation and aromatherapy. After the practices, a semi-structured questionnaire was applied about their knowledge about the practices, level of satisfaction and a subjective description of the experience and current state after practice. Results:57 professionals participated in the proposed actions, including (84.21%) women and (15.79%) men, from various sectors of the hospital unit. 10.53% reported not knowing the practices in general and 89.47% reported not knowing the practices that were offered. According to the satisfaction survey, 98.25% of the professionals reported feeling "very satisfied" and "satisfied", while only 1.75% considered the practices "neutral". The professionals also mentioned a sense of harmony, well-being and inner peace. Conclusions:Through the performance it was possible to offer a moment of relaxation in the work environment. After the practice, positive feedback from the participants on the results of this performance about their well-being was obtained after practice.


Introducción:Las Prácticas de Salud Integradoras y Complementarias fueron reguladas en el Sistema Único de Salud, con el objetivo de garantizar una atención de salud continúa, humanizada e integral, con énfasis en la atención primaria. Objetivo: Relatar la experiencia experimentada por un equipo de Residentes de Salud Multiprofesional, a través del espacio Prácticas Integradoras y Complementarias en una Unidad Hospitalaria en la región del Seridó, Rio Grande do Norte. Metodología: Estudio descriptivo, cuantitativo y cualitativo,desarrollado a partir de la experiencia de un equipo de Residentes en Atención Primaria de la Universidad Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, trabajando en el Hospital Regional de Seridó. Las actuaciones se llevaron a cabo durante los meses de marzo y abril de 2021 a través del espacio. Las prácticas desarrolladas fueron terapia de ventosas, musicoterapia, arteterapia, meditación guiada y aromaterapia. Después de las prácticas, se aplicó un cuestionario semiestructurado sobre sus conocimientos sobre las praticas, el nivel de satisfacción y una descripción subjetiva de la experiencia y el estado actual después de la práctica. Resultados: 57 profesionales participaron en las acciones propuestas, entre ellas (84,21%) mujeres y (15,79%) hombres, de diversos sectores de la unidad hospitalaria. 10,53% reportaron no conocer las prácticas en general y 89,47% reportaron no conocer las prácticas que se ofrecieron. Según la encuesta de satisfacción, 98,25% de los profesionales dijeron sentirse "muy satisfechos" y "satisfechos", mientras que sólo 1,75% consideraron las prácticas "neutras". Los profesionales también mencionaron una sensación de armonía, bienestar y paz interior. Conclusiones:A través de la actuación fue posible ofrecer un momento de relajación en el ambiente de trabajo. Después de la práctica, se obtuvo retroalimentación positiva de los participantes sobre los resultados de este desempeño sobre su bienestar después de la práctica (AU).


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Primary Health Care , Working Environment , Complementary Therapies/methods , Occupational Health Services/methods , Art Therapy , Unified Health System , Meditation , Aromatherapy , Cupping Therapy , Music Therapy
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Journal of Integrative Medicine ; (12): 327-332, 2021.
Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-888758

ABSTRACT

Cupping therapy has historical, traditional and religious value. It is increasingly popular in the field of complementary, alternative and integrative medicine. However, standards for safety and quality of service are absent. Although it is generally considered safe, cupping therapy can cause adverse events. Most of these events are predictable and preventable. A comprehensive approach to patient eligibility and therapist selection, along with compliance with standard operational procedures is essential to regulate the safety of the practice. Here we discuss a model framework for standardizing safety and quality of care. We recommend that this model be used routinely by cupping therapists and their associations on a nation-wide scale.


Subject(s)
Cupping Therapy , Humans , Quality of Health Care
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-877606

ABSTRACT

OBJECTIVE@#To compare the clinical efficacy of cupping treatment combined with antibiotics and antibiotics alone for bacterial pneumonia in children.@*METHODS@#A total of 72 children with bacterial pneumonia were randomly divided into an observation group (36 cases, 1 case dropped off) and a control group (36 cases). The children in the control group were treated with intravenous drip of cefodizine sodium [80 mg/(kg•d)] for 7 days. Based on the treatment of the control group, the children in the observation group were treated with cupping treatment on the bladder meridian of the back on the first day and the fourth day of antibiotic treatment; each cupping treatment was given for 5-10 min; the treatment of observation group was given for 7 days. The days for complete fever reduction, TCM syndrome scores and Canadian acute respiratory illness flu scale (CARIFS) scores before and after treatment were observed, and the clinical efficacy was evaluated.@*RESULTS@#The days for complete fever reduction in the observation group were shorter than that in the control group (@*CONCLUSION@#Cupping treatment combined with antibiotics has similar efficacy with antibiotics alone for bacterial pneumonia in children, but shows better effect in shortening the duration of fever and improving pulmonary symptoms.


Subject(s)
Anti-Bacterial Agents , Canada , Child , Cough , Cupping Therapy , Humans , Pneumonia, Bacterial , Treatment Outcome
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-887510

ABSTRACT

An auxiliary isolation device of cupping therapy for cross-infection prevention is designed to reduce the disinfection steps and be against cross transmission. This device is composed of a disposable isolation unit made of fire proof plastic material and a disposable cup-mouth fixator made of elastic material. The disposable isolation unit includes two parts, the cup neck isolation unit and the inner isolation unit of fire cup. These two parts connect with the disposable cup-mouth fixator. All of those three sections of the device are center-connected ring-like structure. This device can well prevent the direct contact of fire cup with the patient's skin surface, characterized as safety protection, simple operation and saving time and manpower.


Subject(s)
Cupping Therapy , Humans
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Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion ; (12): 1299-1303, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-877531

ABSTRACT

OBJECTIVE@#To compare the clinical efficacy between rolling needle pricking-cupping (RNP-C) and traditional pricking-cupping (TP-C) for cervical spondylosis of neck type.@*METHODS@#A total of 96 patients with cervical spondylosis of neck type were randomly divided into an RNP-C group, a TP-C group and an electroacupuncture (EA) group, 32 cases in each group. Each group was treated with EA at Jingbailao (EX-HN 15), Fengchi (GB 20), Dazhui (GV 14), Jianjing (GB 21) and @*RESULTS@#Compared before treatment, the scores of NPQ and VAS in each group were all reduced at 2 and 4 weeks into treatment and follow-up (@*CONCLUSION@#TP-C and RNP-C could both improve the cervical pain symptoms in patients with cervical spondylosis of neck type, and improve the overall function of the cervical spine, and the curative effect is similar.


Subject(s)
Acupuncture Points , Acupuncture Therapy , Cervical Vertebrae , Cupping Therapy , Humans , Spondylosis/therapy , Treatment Outcome
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Medisan ; 18(5)mayo 2014.
Article in Spanish | LILACS, CUMED | ID: lil-709181

ABSTRACT

La acupuntura, la moxibustión y las ventosas constituyen métodos de manipulación de la medicina tradicional asiática, que son empleados frecuentemente, solos o combinados, y permiten la prevención, tratamiento, así como la curación de enfermedades. La revisión efectuada persigue brindar a los profesionales de los niveles primario y secundario de salud un material para el estudio y actualización de este tema.


Acupuncture, moxibustion and cups constitute methods of manipulation of the Asian traditional medicine which are frequently used, alone or combined, and they allow the prevention, treatment, as well as the cure of diseases. The review carried out is aimed at offering the professionals of the primary and secondary health levels a material for the study and updating of this topic.


Subject(s)
Medicine, Traditional , Acupuncture , Cupping Therapy , Moxibustion
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