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Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Ke Za Zhi. 1989;24(6):326-8, 384.

[Some new clinical applications of rhinomanometry].

[Article in Chinese]

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  • 1First Affiliated Hospital, Bethune University of Medical Sciences, Changchun.

Abstract

Clinical applications of active anterior rhinomanometry of the oscillation type had been carried out for the purposes other than the conventional uses of rhinomanometry. 1. Effect of acupuncture upon the nasal resistance to airflow: Among 8 acupuncture points which were recorded in Chinese traditional medical literatures as effective for improving nasal breathing, Ingxiang point had been proved to possess definite effect of lowering the nasal resistance to air-flow in patients with congestion of nasal mucosa, whereas in other acupuncture points this effect was not certain. 2. The severity of snoring before and after treatment could be determined objectively by the measurement of nasal resistance to air-flow and the breathing pattern of the patient.

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