Clinical Observation and Mechanism Study On Application of Auricular-pressing Pill For Postoperative Analgesia

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JTCM March 1997 54/31
Wu Heping et. al.

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Clinical Observation and Mechanism Study on Application of Auricular- Pressing Pill for Postoperative Analgesia (A)

Wu Heping et. al.

Incisional pain is the most commonly encountered postoperative symptom. In this study, ...

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