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Research Article

Application of Meridian Electrical Conductance in the Setting of Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 2

Comparison of unaffected and affected limbs of each meridian electrical conductance values.

MeridianUnaffected limbs (μA, mean ± SD)Affected limbs (μA, mean ± SD) value

Lung28.86 ± 23.9733.43 ± 27.960.009
Pericardium27.33 ± 22.5232.50 ± 25.42<0.001
Heart18.91 ± 17.1524.79 ± 21.47<0.001
Small intestine22.94 ± 23.8226.82 ± 25.120.03
Triple energizer25.24 ± 23.0928.54 ± 26.670.09
Large intestine26.36 ± 24.6330.11 ± 26.280.67
Spleen19.90 ± 20.8520.77 ± 21.320.24
Liver17.06 ± 18.5816.13 ± 18.830.33
Kidney16.16 ± 19.6616.03 ± 17.980.93
Bladder16.66 ± 17.5318.27 ± 19.510.15
Gall bladder11.74 ± 13.6911.18 ± 13.740.56
Stomach15.64 ± 16.8415.89 ± 18.080.83

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