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تبیین عرق النسا و بررسی اثر تقلیل غذا در درد سیاتیکی



گروه تخصصی:  پزشکی

سازمان مجری:  سازمان بیمه سلامت ایران (پایان نامه ها) 

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پژوهشگران: 
نوزاد آی سان (پژوهشگر)
ناصری محسن (استاد راهنما)
صفری میربهرام (استاد راهنما)
غفاری فرزانه (استاد مشاور)
قوام زاده سعید (استاد مشاور)

تاریخ خاتمه:  بهمن 1393

کارفرما: سازمان بیمه سلامت ایران

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نوع: پایان نامه

 
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کلیدواژگان: عرق النسا، کاهش غذا، طب سنتی ایران

 
 
Title:

Erg Al Nasaa explanation and assess the effect of calorie restricted diet on treatment of chronic sciatic pain



Abstract:

Background and aims: Sciatic pain is one of the most important health problems all over the world and it is roughly equivalent to "Erg Al Nassa" in traditional Iranian Medicine (TIM) and simple treatments such as reducing food and Calorie Restriction (CR) has been introduced for it in TIM references. To understand this simple treatment, we decided to explain "Erg Al Nassa” in TIM references and then examined this treatment in rat and human model trials.
Methods: Firstly, we searched "Erg Al Nassa” in the most famous TIM references and then classified their contents into four sections: definition, etiology, signs and symptoms, and cures. In the next step, clinical study was conducted as an experimental rat model to evaluate the effect of CR on inflammation induced by formalin injection. Third part of our study was a clinical trial and conducted to assess effect of CR for one month on pain severity and disability in chronic sciatic pain. All patients were asked to complete McGill (SFMPQ) and Roland-Morris (RMDQ) Questionnaire at baseline, 15th, 30th and 60th day of study.
Results: Explanation of Erg Al Nasaa and anatomy of pelvic region and principles of prevention of sciatic pain through TIM references was classified. In Rat model experimental study, decline of rat paw volume in case group was significant after 3d day (5.63 vs. 5.22 ml) and although the weight of rat was increasing after 6th day of study but the paw volume was decreasing (pvalue<0.05). In clinical trial study decreasing of SFMPQ (5638±2637 vs. 8646±9667) and RMDQ (6677±9636vs. 3685±9629) in case group was significant versus control group (p-value <0.001).
Conclusion: Considering the role of inflammation in causing pain and Erg Al Nasaa and effect of calorie restriction on reducing it, CR can be considered as an effective treatment in these patients.



Keyword(s): Erg Al Nassa, Food reduction, Traditional Iranian Medicine