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Effect of auricular intradermal needling combined with erjian (HX) bloodletting on sleep quality and neuroendocrine level in patients with perimenopausal insomnia.

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Summary of "Effect of auricular intradermal needling combined with erjian (HX) bloodletting on sleep quality and neuroendocrine level in patients with perimenopausal insomnia."

To compare the effect differences between auricular intradermal needling combined with erjian (HX) bloodletting and oral administration of western medicine, and to explore the efficacy of neuroendocrine level in patients with perimenopausal insomnia.

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Name: Zhongguo zhen jiu = Chinese acupuncture & moxibustion
ISSN: 0255-2930
Pages: 575-9

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