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Research Article

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

Table 4

Comparison of left and right limbs of each meridian electrical conductance in patients with normal muscle power.

MeridianLeft limbsRight limbs value

Lung22.36 ± 24.0722.63 ± 27.250.93
Pericardium21.96 ± 20.7722.90 ± 24.410.61
Heart15.16 ± 15.9316.29 ± 20.580.55
Small intestine21.19 ± 27.4817.66 ± 19.920.39
Triple energizer20.15 ± 26.9619.83 ± 20.380.94
Large intestine20.21 ± 24.1319.50 ± 22.990.72
Spleen20.92 ± 22.8823.85 ± 24.370.06
Liver12.95 ± 15.1713.18 ± 14.470.95
Kidney11.13 ± 13.9020.45 ± 26.170.11
Bladder17.28 ± 23.3016.66 ± 21.760.80
Gall bladder8.52 ± 11.448.29 ± 10.830.89
Stomach13.74 ± 18.6114.43 ± 13.930.88

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