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It will be of particular Correspondence to: Tim Watson is academic supervisor practitioners do not understand the con- effect. Then the usual acupoint-based modalities such as electro- clinical studies database now available at http: Schizophrenia, sleep, and antipathy to Western medicine, neuroima- Two limitations of the book are 1 that ging is brought out again in a chapter the quality of evidence used is, for the most acupuncture authored by the editors of the book which part, inadequately analysed except by Edited by Peggy Bosch, Maurits van den Noort.
Johnson in his chapter on TENS , and 2 The research does not tell us much This chapter was fact that research in some areas is mostly not delightfully TCM free.
To remedy these defects We know that the neurotransmitter will take some hard work, which could dopamine is involved in the pathophysiol- profitably be taken on board for the next ogy of schizophrenia and that the positive edition.
Hopefully some of the errors in symptoms may be attributable to an excess cross-referencing chapters and boxes will of dopaminergic transmission within the also be corrected, along with several central nervous system.
Eleven acupuncture on schizophrenia It is salutary that the conclusions on studies were analysed and five showed a TENS and IFC quoted above are echoed positive response to one or more aspects of repeatedly throughout this volume. The the illness. Extra Point 1 Yintang and GV20 authors of the chapter on shortwave ther- were mostly used, and HT7, GV20, PC6, apy, for example, writing about differences SP6, BL62 were used in 18 trials for insomnia between pulsed shortwave and pulsed elec- with good results but small sample num- tromagnetic fields, conclude that bers.
Experiments ence between these modes is an important ness, which I feel is best left to the on animals did not find acupuncture issue in the next generation of research in psychiatrists.