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Red ginseng for treating erectile dysfunction: a systematic review.
- Dai-Ja Jang, Myeong Soo Lee, Byung-Cheul Shin, Young-Cheoul Lee, E. Ernst
- MedicineBritish journal of clinical pharmacology
- 1 October 2008
Collectively these RCTs provide suggestive evidence for the effectiveness of red ginseng in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, but the total number of R CTs included in the analysis, the total sample size and the methodological quality of the primary studies were too low to draw definitive conclusions.
Acupuncture and heart rate variability: A systematic review
Fibrinogen as a Cardiovascular Risk Factor
A meta-analysis of the existing prospective epidemiologic trials, to discuss clinical findings related to fibrinogen, and to consider the causality of the association of fibr inogen and cardiovascular disease is performed.
Prospective investigation of adverse effects of acupuncture in 97 733 patients.
Prevalence of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use by menopausal women: a systematic review of surveys.
Acupuncture for carpal tunnel syndrome: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials.
Effectiveness of tai chi for Parkinson's disease: a critical review.
Cupping for Treating Pain: A Systematic Review
- Jong-In Kim, Myeong Soo Lee, Dong-Hyo Lee, K. Boddy, E. Ernst
- MedicineEvidence-based complementary and alternative…
- 23 June 2011
There are few RCTs testing the effectiveness of cupping in the management of pain and most of the existing trials are of poor quality, therefore, more rigorous studies are required before the effectiveness for the treatment of pain can be determined.
Ginseng for cognitive function in Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review.
- Myeong Soo Lee, Eun Jin Yang, Jong-In Kim, E. Ernst
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD
The evidence for ginseng as a treatment of AD is scarce and inconclusive and further rigorous trials seem warranted.
Tai chi for osteoarthritis: a systematic review
There is some encouraging evidence suggesting that tai chi may be effective for pain control in patients with knee OA, however, the evidence is not convincing for pain reduction or improvement of physical function.