척추전문 한방병원 응급실에 내원한 환자군의 성별간 경향 차이 연구
A Research of Trend Differences by Sex: The Patients Who Visited the Emergency Room of Spine Specialty Korean Medicine Hospital
- 정유화(You-Hwa Jung) 김희정(Hee-Jung Kim) 이승열(Seung-Yeo Lee) 배상은(Sang-Eun Bae) 김철수(Chul-Su Kim)
- 스포츠한의학·임상약침학회지 (구 대한스포츠한의학회지)
- 제14권 제2호
- 11 - 20 (10 pages)
Objective We evaluated the trend of the patients who visited the emergency room of spine specialty in korean medicine hospital. Methods We performed a study of 329 patients who visited the emergency room of an oriental medicine hospital, from January 6, 2014 to September 31, 2014. We evaluated the characteristics of patients who visited the emergency room of spine specialty Korean medicine hospital, such as age, sex, first&second visit, visit form, pharmacopuncture and herbal medicine. And we analysed the association of the sex and chief complaints, using chi-square test. Results The majority of Chief Complaints is Low back pain(50%), second group is Neck pain(18%). Sex differences is not associated with first&second visit(P<0.348) and age group(P<0.375). But significantly associated with Chief Complaints differences(P<0.002). Male group’s most common Chief Complaints is LBP(66%), and second Chief Complaints is Neck(16%). Female group’s most common Chief Complaints is also LBP(52%), second Chief Complaints is Neck(28%). But Compared with Male and Female, Neck pain and Joint pain takes up more proportion at Female group than Male group. Conclusions First&second visit and age is not associated with sex, but Chief Complaints is significantly associated with sex. LBP takes up more proportion at Male group, compared with Neck pain and Joint pain is likely to occur in Female group.
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