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Tue _28 _March _2017AH 28-3-2017AD
যে সকল সমস্যার জন্য হিজামা বা Cupping করা হয়ে থাকেঃ
Sat _26 _August _2017AH 26-8-2017AD

হিজামা সংক্রান্ত গবেষণা

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The effect of wet cupping on quality of life of adult patients with chronic medical conditions in King Abdulaziz University Hospital.Pain was the most common cause for cupping referral. After cupping intervention, the mean scores of most of the HRQOL domains, especially the physical domain, improved significantly among patients in the intervention group. The mean total score of physical HRQOL domain was 61.6 ± 13.6 before cupping, and reached 69.7 ± 12.6 after intervention (paired t-test=11.3, p=0.000). Improvements in HRQOL were noticed for almost all types of pain and other medical conditions.See More
Efficacy of cupping therapy in patients with the fibromyalgia syndrome-a randomised placebo controlled trial.Five cupping treatments were more effective than usual care to improve pain intensity and quality of life in patients diagnosed with the fibromyalgia syndrome. Given that effects were small, and cupping was not superior to sham cupping treatments currently no recommendation for cupping in the treatment of fibromyalgia can be made. Further research is warranted for conclusive judgement of the efficacy of cupping therapy for chronic pain.See More
Immunomodulatory effects of blood letting cupping therapy in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.The improvement rate (%) of clinical, laboratory cellular & immunological parameters were significantly higher with combined therapy than with conventional therapy. See More
Wet cupping therapy for treatment of herpes zoster: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials.Wet cupping appears to be effective in the treatment of herpes zoster.See More
The efficacy of wet-cupping in the treatment of tension and migraine headache.Results suggest that, compared to the baseline, mean headache severity decreased by 66% following wet-cupping treatment. Treated patients also experienced the equivalent of 12.6 fewer days of headache per month. We conclude that wet-cupping leads to clinical relevant benefits for primary care patients with headache.See More
The effect of traditional cupping on pain and mechanical thresholds in patients with chronic nonspecific neck pain: a randomised controlled pilot study. A single application of traditional cupping might be an effective treatment for improving pain, quality of life, and hyperalgesia in CNP.See More
The Effect of Traditional Cupping on Pain and Mechanical Thresholds in Patients with Chronic Nonspecific Neck Pain: A Randomised Controlled Pilot Study.A single application of traditional cupping might be effective in the treatment of chronic non-specific neck pain. Further studies are necessary to confirm these results and to evaluate the effectiveness of cupping compared to standard treatments. Studies investigating the effects of repeated traditional cupping interventions in different intervals and long-term observations are needed as well. Although measurements of sensory thresholds give possible hints on the physiology of pain processing, further investigations aiming at the mechanisms of action are necessary, too. However, the results of this first study and the patients' experiences with cupping therapy support the assumption that cupping might be a safe and effective treatment for chronic non-specific neck pain.See More
Electroacupuncture combined with flash cupping for treatment of peripheral facial paralysis--a report of 224 cases.The total effective rate was 96%.See More
Clinical research evidence of cupping therapy in China: a systematic literature review.According to the above results, quality and quantity of RCTs on cupping therapy appears to be improved during the past 50 years in China, and majority of studies show potential benefit on pain conditions, herpes zoster and other diseases. However, further rigorous designed trials in relevant conditions are warranted to support their use in practice.See More
The Use of Wet Cupping for Persistent Nonspecific Low Back Pain: Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. Wet cupping is potentially effective in reducing pain and improving disability associated with PNSLBP at least for 2 weeks after the end of the wet cupping period. Placebo-controlled trials are needed.See More
Cupping for Treating Pain: A Systematic Review.One RCT [7] compared the effects of dry cupping on cancer pain with conventional drug therapy and reported favorable effects for cupping after 3-day intervention (RR, 67% versus 43%, P < .05). Another RCT [8] compared dry cupping with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in nonspecific low back pain and suggested a significant difference in pain relief on VAS after treatment duration (MD, 22.8 of 100 mm VAS; 95% CI, 11.4–34.2, P < .001). The third RCT [9] suggested that wet cupping reduced pain compared with analgesics in acute trigeminal neuralgia after the intervention period (RR, 93% versus 47%, P < .01). The fourth RCT [10] tested wet cupping plus usual care for pain reduction compared with usual care in non-specific low back pain and suggested significant differences in pain relief (McGill Pain Questionnaire) at 3 months after three treatment sessions (MD, 2.2 of 6 points present pain intensity; 95% CI, 1.7–2.6, P < .01). The fifth RCT [11] reported that one session of wet cupping plus usual care significantly reduced pain during a week compared with usual care alone in patients with BPN (MD, 1.6 of 10 points score, 95% CI, 0.13–3.07, P = .03). The sixth RCT [12] showed favorable effects of one session of wet cupping on pain reduction compared with a heat pad in patients with BPN at 7 days after treatment (MD, 22.9, 100 mm VAS; 95% CI, 10.5–35.3, P < .001). A further RCT [13] of wet cupping plus conventional drugs on pain reduction compared with conventional drugs alone in patients with herpes zoster failed to show favorable effects of wet cupping after interventions (RR, 100% versus 88%, P = .065).See More
Comparative efficacy trial of cupping and serkangabin versus conventional therapy of migraine headaches: A randomized, open-label, comparative efficacy trial.Study suggests that cupping plus serkangabin therapy is effective parallel to that of conventional therapy in management and prophylaxis of migraine headaches. However, this may be used in cases of medication intolerance, nonresponsive medication, and primary care.See More
Cupping Therapy (Al-Hijama): It's Impact on Persistent Non-Specific Lower Back Pain and Client Disability.Results from the present study suggest that wetcupping
is associated with greater short term clinical
benefit than usual care. No adverse effects were
reported from subjects after the treatment. There are
highly statistical significant for pain and disability for
client between pre and post cupping therapy. It is
recommended that using cupping therapy for enhance
disability and decrease pain of lower back pain.
Cupping has also been found to affect the body
up to four inches into the tissues, causing tissues to
release toxins, activate the lymphatic system, clear
colon blockages, help activate and clear the veins,
arteries and capillaries, activate the skin, clear stretch
marks and improve varicose veins. Cupping is the
best deep tissue massage available. Cupping, the
technique, is very useful and very safe and can be
easily learned and incorporated into family health
Hijama (cupping): A review of the evidenceConclusionThe majority of systematic reviews and RCTs to datesuggest a favourable effect of wet cupping, when usedeither alone or in combination with conventionaltreatment, for pain, especially tension headache andmusculoskeletal pain.See More
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