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Review of Clinical Studies of the Treatment of Ulcerative Colitis Using Acupuncture and Moxibustion

Table 8

Utilization of efficacy assessment criteria.

Serial numberEfficacy assessment methodsNumber of articles

11978 Hangzhou conference on ulcerative diagnostic standards of the Chinese Society of Gastroenterology, Chinese Medical Association1
21992 standards for the diagnosis, symptom differentiation, and efficacy of chronic and nonspecific ulcerative colitis (CUC) (provisional programs) of the Professional Committee on digestive diseases of the Shanxi Linfen Symposium, Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine1
31993 Taiyuan ulcerative colitis diagnostic criteria of the national conference on chronic noninfectious intestinal diseases9
42000 Chengdu conference on diagnostic standards for inflammatory bowel disease of the Chinese Society of Gastroenterology, Chinese Medical Association3
52007 consensus on standardization of diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease in China by the inflammatory bowel disease collaborative group of the Chinese Society of Gastroenterology, Chinese Medical Association3
62009 consensus on diagnosis and treatment of ulcerative colitis using traditional Chinese medicine of the Digestive Diseases Branch of the Chinese Medical Association2
72010 consensus on diagnosis and treatment of ulcerative colitis using traditional Chinese medicine of the Digestive Diseases Branch of China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine1
8Principles of guidelines for clinical studies of new drugs in traditional Chinese medicine11
9Standards of efficacy and diagnosis of disease symptoms in traditional Chinese medicine3
1090th National Integrative Medicine Symposium1
11Guidelines for diagnosis and treatment in integrative medicine (draft), Professional Committee on digestive diseases, Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine1
12English1
13Teaching materials, books, and other literature7
14None2
15Self-formulated17

Note: the 7 articles with “teaching materials, books, and other literature” as efficacy assessment methods included 1 article on “chronic colitis,” 2 articles on “diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases,” 1 article on “principles of guidelines for new drugs,” 1 article on “internal medicine,” and 2 articles on “sulfasalazine rectal suppository collaborative group: comparative study of the treatment of ulcerative colitis using sulfasalazine using rectal suppositories and oral tablets–analysis of 62 clinical cases.”

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