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염증성 근육뼈대계 질환에 대한 미세전류의 효과: 메타분석

Effects of Microcurrent on Inflammatory Musculoskeletal Diseases: A meta-analysis

대한통합의학회지 2020년 8권 4호 p.1 ~ 11
이정우, 고운, 두영택,
소속 상세정보
이정우 ( Lee Jeong-Woo ) - Kwangju Women’s University Department of Physical Therapy
고운 ( Ko Un ) - Suwan Medical Center Department of Physical Therapy
두영택 ( Doo Young-Taek ) - Kwangju Women’s University Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Purpose : The purpose of this study was to analyze the meta-analysis on the effects of microcurrent on inflammatory musculoskeletal disease.

Methods : Domestic databases (RISS, NDSL, KISS, DBpia, and Kmbase) were searched for studies that conducted clinical trials associated with microcurrent on inflammatory musculoskeletal disease, resulted in identification of 606 studies performed up to 2019, of which 8 satisfied the inclusion data. The search outcomes were items associated with blood component, pain, and function. The 8 studies that were included in the study were analyzed using R meta-analysis(version 4.0). The quality of 7 randomized control trials was evaluated using Cochrane risk of bias(ROB). The quality of 1 non-randomized control trial was evaluated using risk of bias assessment tool for non-randomized studies(RoBANS). A random-effect model was used for the analysis of the effect size because of the high heterogeneity among the studies. Egger’s regression test was conducted to analyze the publishing bias.

Results : The following factors had a large effect sizes of microcurrent on inflammatory musculoskeletal diseases: blood component(SMD=-2.46, 95 %CI=-4.20~-0.73), pain(SMD=3.51, 95 %CI=2.44~4.77), and function(SMD=3.06, 95 % CI: 1.53~4.58). Except for function(t=1.572, p=.191), Egger’s regression showed that the publishing bias had statistically significant differences.

Conclusion : This study provides evidence for the effectiveness of microcurrent on inflammatory musculoskeletal disease in blood component, pain, and function. However, due to small samples sized in the included studies, the results of our study should be interpreted cautiously, especially in the publishing bias.

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염증성 근골격계질환; 미세전류; 통증; 메타분석
inflammatory musculoskeletal disease; microcurrent; pain; meta-analysis

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