Acupuncture, acute dysentery, dysentery

2021-02-08 12:00 AM

Symptoms of acute dysentery are similar to those associated with inflammatory bowel disease but are tender, small, and bloody or mucus.

Acute enteritis is often caused by ingestion of contaminated food or bacterial toxins. Symptoms: sudden stomach pain, bloating, diarrhea, vomiting, lose or watery stools; fever, headache, and tenderness occasionally around the navel area. Symptoms of dehydration and poisoning can occur if emergency measures are not taken promptly.

Symptoms of acute dysentery are similar to those associated with inflammatory bowel disease, but are tender, small, and bloody or mucus.

Treatment: Mainly using the points of the Vi sutras; strong stimulation and acupuncture.

Designated acupuncture point: Thien Khu, Thuong cu hu

Acupuncture points according to symptoms:

Vomiting: Noi quan

Pouring: Truong cuong

Acute abdominal pain: Luong khau

High fever: Dai Chuy

Note:

Every day to acupuncture 2-3 times in the acute phase; Once a day when the disease has subsided. The intensity of stimulation can be reduced proportionally.

Continue treatment for another 2-3 days after the clinical symptoms have disappeared and the results of stool culture are negative.

In dehydration caused by high fever or diarrhea, fluids should be administered immediately.