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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Effects of zingiberis rhizoma pharmacopuncture on the withdrawal latency to thermal hyperalgesia at all groups in neuropathic pain induced rats

Days group037111519
 Normal8.15±1.8310.74±2.438.10±1.4112.34±1.3610780±1.7910.92±0.42
 Control9.36±2.485.08±0.95###6.23±1.016.02±0.84###5.60±0.63###6.19±0.77###
 ZP-A9.11±1.136.14±1.50###8.60±0.668.52±1.18###,*7.94±1.40#8.16±1.42#
 ZP-B10.24±1.847.03±1.52###7.8±0.537.93±1.46###8.11±0.76#,*9.13±1.56**
 ZP-C10.42±2.137.10±1.53###7.82±1.348.82±0.49##,*9.12±0.58**9.92±0.78***
 Tra8.55±0.804.28±1.27###8.63±2,187.79±1.63###8.13±2.89#,*8.89±1.07*

Nor : no treatment without spared nerve injury(SNI), Con : no treatment with SNI, Tra : SNI and Tramadol 0.45 mg/kg at GB30 & ST36, ZP-A : SNI and Zingiberis Rhizoma pharmacopuncture 2 mg/kg at GB30 & ST36, GP-B : SNI and Zingiberis Rhizoma pharmacopuncture 10 mg/kg at GB30 & ST36, GP-C : SNI and Zingiberis Rhizoma pharmacopuncture 20 mg/kg at GB30 & ST36.

Values are expressed mean±SE.

p<0.05,

p<0.001 compared with normal group.

p<0.05,

p<0.01,

p<0.001 compared with control group(two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc multiple comparison test).

Korean J Acupunct 2019;36:52-62 https://doi.org/10.14406/acu.2019.033
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