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Acupuncture could be a potential treatment option for overactive bladder (OAB), according to Turkish researchers.
Acupuncture may help treat symptoms of nocturia, according to Turkish researchers.
Chinese researchers have found that a herbal formula called Huai Qi Huang (HQH) can ameliorate proteinuria and haematuria in patients suffering from IgA nephropathy (IgAN, aka Berger’s disease).
Chewing slices of ginseng root while having haemodialysis can prevent patients’ blood pressure from dropping dangerously, according to Taiwanese investigators.
Researchers from Hong Kong have found that acupressure has positive physiological and psychological effects on women with urodynamic stress incontinence.
A Korean pilot study suggests that acupuncture can help with symptom management in patients undergoing haemodialysis.
Two studies have recently been published on laser acupuncture (LA) for nocturnal enuresis.
Triptolide, a compound derived from the Chinese medicinal herb, Lei Gong Teng (Tripterygii wilfordii Radix) has been demonstrated to prevent the formation of kidney-destroying cysts in a mouse model of polycystic kidney disease....
Eleven patients (9 males and 2 females) with overactive bladders were treated by acupuncture. The age range was from 51 to 82 years (mean 71 years). Nine patients complained of urge incontinence and 2 patients of urgency....
37 children with steroid-dependent nephrotic syndrome (SDNS) were treated with Chai-Ling-Tang (Sairei-to). After treatment, relapse was markedly improved, time for negative conversion of proteinuria shortened, prednisone dosage...