Journal of Nursing

Clinical curative effect observation on functional electrical stimulation combined with biofeedback pelvic floor exercise of pelvic congestion syndrome

Zhuohua Huang

Abstract


Objective: Analyze the curative effect of functional electrical stimulation combined with biofeedback pelvic floor muscle training in the treatment of pelvic congestion comprehensive syndrome. Methods: A retrospective analysis of our hospital during June 2013 to June 2015 45 cases by analgesic drugs and traditional Chinese medicine enema poor treatment of pelvic congestion syndrome in patients with functional electrical stimulation combined with biofeedback pelvic floor muscle training in the treatment, current frequency 10-20Hz period of 200 microseconds pulse, current intensity for 10 ~ 50mA, for 30 min each time, 2 times a week, continuous treatment for 5 weeks. Before and after the treatment of pelvic vein diameter and blood flow rate, as well as the pain score [using the pain score table (VAS)]. Results: Patients in the treatment without adverse reaction and after treatment of pelvic vein diameter (2.9 + 1.6 mm was significantly lower than the treatment of 7.5 + 2.6) mm, P < 0.05, venous blood flow velocity (84.9 + 3.8) mm / s significantly faster than before treatment (53.6 + 2.9) mm / s, P < 0.05. The total effective rate was 91.1%, pain score (2.52 + 1.29) were significantly lower than those before treatment (4.82 + 1.29) (P < 0.05). Conclusion: functional electrical stimulation combined with biological feedback and pelvic muscle exercise can significantly alleviate the pelvic congestion syndrome pain symptoms.  The curative effect is distinct and worth popularization in clinical.


Keywords


Pelvic congestion syndrome; electrical stimulation; pelvic muscle exercise

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v5i1.72

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