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          아토피피부염 환자의 개인별 증상 기록에 대한 순응도 연구

          서진순,김영은,김안나,김익태,손윤희,장현철 대한예방한의학회 2020 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.24 No.2

          Objectives : The purpose of this study is to evaluate clinical utilization by measuring compliance with the use of mobile health applications (AtopyPHR developed in a previous study) for patients with atopic dermatitis. Methods : Based on the AtopyPHR and the input period and frequency survey results for each symptom item, a scenario for measuring compliance was derived. The study period was 4 weeks. Participants installed AtopyPHR app and Telegram app on their smartphones, conducted user training on the app, and recorded symptoms using the app for 4 weeks. At the 2nd and 4th week visits, the AtopyPHR data recorded by the user can be viewed on the web page and used for medical decision. Compliance was analyzed by the date the symptoms were recorded. Results : There were 28 participants, all (100%) were compliant, and the compliance was 96.8. The patients were 1 to 18 years old, and the average age was 8.2±5.7 years, 10 males and 18 females. The actual date of participation in recording symptoms was 28.6±0.56 on average. Compared to Week 1, compliance decreased at Week 2, and Week 4 had the highest compliance. Daily check, daily emotion, stool/urine/sleep, and meal management showed high compliance, SCORAD and quality of life were higher than required to record. Conclusions : AtopyPHR was effective in compliance. The results of this study could be used to collect personal health data in daily life through the AtopyPHR, improving participant compliance. It is considered to be meaningful because it measured the compliance with the symptom record actually recorded using the mobile app rather than a questionnaire. This study may be useful not only for personal health care but also for medical decisions, as opinions are given by experts who treat atopic dermatitis.

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          관절염환자(關節炎患者)의 특성(特性)에 대한 조사(調査) 연구(硏究)

          강점덕,남철현,김기열,Kang,Jeam-Dug,Nam,Chul-Hyun,Kim,Gi-Yeol 대한예방한의학회 1997 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.1 No.1

          In order that, investigating the feature of patients suffering arthritis, analysing its contents, and grasping a Primary factor affecting it, I might offerbasic datas which could help to plan and perform healthy affairs to thake precautions beforehand, I have investigated, analysed, and studied a total of 320 patients suffering arthritis, who have received physiotherapy in hospital located in Teaegu area for five months, from November 1 1995 to March 30 1996, of which summary and conclusion is this. 1. The general feature of patients in investigative objects In the distribution of the distinction of sex, men accounted for 26.9% and women, for 73.1%, and, in the fistribution of age, 60-year-old or more, most for 27.2% and from 20 to 29 years old, least for 14.0%. In the distinction of a vocation, housewives most accounted for 34.7% and students(jobless men), least for 19.3%. In the distinction of a matrimonial state, married persons most accounted for 76.7% and people living alone(divorce, separation by death, separation), least for 11.4%. In the distinction of an economic state, the middle classes most accounted for 73.5% and the upper classes, least for 2.9%. In the distinction of their academic careers, graduates of a primary school most accounted for 26.9% and graduates of university, for 14.1%, of which patients, having the ability to decode the national language, reached to 11.3%. In the distinction of the house form, people living in independent houses most accounted for 76.4% and residents in apartment(having an elevator), least for 9.4%. 2. In the distribution of the recurring state in the distinction of the feature, the recurring group was more than the group of patients falling that ill at first as 62.2% and in the distinction of the feature of the recurring group, the recurring group turned high in case of men being from 50s to 60s years old or more, people living alone (divorce, separation by death, separation), students (joblessmen), people working in farming, stockbeeding, forestry, fisheries, a simple labour, graduates of a primary school I having the ability to decode the national language, the upper classes, people part two years since they begined to suffer arthritis, people who had members having ever experienced arthritis among families. 3. In the distribution of arthritis on the distinction of bodily pars, a knee articulation most accounted for 50.2% and the articulation of fingers, for 8.8%, wile the simultaneous, several parts (multiple) accounted for 35.1%. In the distinction of the feature, arthritis of a knee turned high in case of men being from 20s to 30s years old, unmarried persons, people having academic careers of university, the middle classes, residents in apartment (having stairs). In the dictnction of a feature the case of several parts (multiple) turned high in case of women being from 50s to 60s years old or more, people living alone (divorce, separation by death, separation), people having the ability to decode th. national language, the graduates of a primary school, the upper classes, residents in apartment (having elevator). 4. In the distribution of arthritis on e distinction of a contracting term, two years or more most accounted for 51.6% and the case of contacting from one year to two years, for 15.3%. Analysing the distinction of the feature, the case of two years or more turned high in case of women being from 50s to 60s years old or more, people living alone (divorce separation by death, separation), the upper classes, people having the ability to decode the national language, residents in apartment (having elevator). 5. In the distribution of an treatment institution before patients came to help, their not curing most accounted for 39.1%, general, orthopedic, neurological surgery (physical therapy), for. 20.0%, and th. therapy of Chinese medicine (acupuncture, moxacautery, Chinese medicine), for 17.5%, and a pharmacy (medical therapy), for 13.4%. The case of patients not curing

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          한약의 안전성에 대한 인터넷 보도의 특성을 통해 본 한약 부작용 관리 체계 확립의 필요성

          전천후,박정수,박선주,권기태,신용철,고성규,Cheon,,Chun-Hoo,Park,,Jeong-Su,Park,,Sun-Ju,Kweon,,Kee-Tae,Shin,,Yong-Cheol,Ko,,Seong-Gyu 대한예방한의학회 2011 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.15 No.2

          Objective : The aims of this study are to investigate the trend of internet journalism about the toxicity and safety of the herbal medicine, and to suggest the regulatory solution of the issue. Method : In this study, we had searched the internet news article published from 2001 to 2011 in the five major portal sites-NAVER, DAUM, Nate, Google Korean, and Yahoo Korean. The search terms were 'herbal medicine', 'adverse event', 'toxicity'. If the articles described the same event in the same form and tone, the articles were considered overlapping. The overlapped articles were excluded. The articles were categorized by the form and tone. The form categories were straight news, interpretative story, editorial, interview, and the tone categories are the positive, the negative, and the neutral. The regulations were searched about the negative issue. Result : Total 56 articles were reviewed. There were 19 positive articles, 29 negative articles, 8 neutral articles. Most negative issues have the proper regulations, but insufficient measures for the adverse event reporting system. Conclusion : The herbal medicine specified adverse event reporting system is essential.

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          미병(未病)에 대한 연구 경향 분석 : 국내 논문을 중심으로

          강소현,박선주,Kang,,Sohyeon,Park,,Sunju 대한예방한의학회 2019 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.23 No.2

          Objectives : In this study, We overviewed study trend on 'Mibyung' by analyzing articles published in Korea from 1997 to 2019. Methods : We collected research articles on 'Mibyung' from 7 Korean research databases using the keyword '미병' and '아건강'. Then we analyzed them by publish year, journal, and research subjects. Research subjects were categorized into 'diagnosis', 'relationship with other factors', 'trend', 'concept', 'application development', 'policy research', 'prevalence and recognition', 'clinical report' or 'animal study'. Results & Conclusions : The largest number of related articles was published in 2017(12 articles, 26.7%). 'Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine' was the journal with the most published articles(16 articles, 35.6%). Most of the research subjects were about diagnosis(11 articles, 24.4%) and analysis on relationship with other factors(10 articles, 22.2%). Little were published on policy(4 articles, 8.9%) and clinical study(1 article, 2.2%). More research on policy and clinical trials should be implemented for future mibyung study.

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          한의학 분야 악성종양 전문가집단의 악성종양 연구 및 치료에 대한 접근방법 분석을 통한 악성종양에 대한 임상연구 접근방법 모색

          정희,정승기,신용철,고성규,Jung,,Hee,Jung,,Seung-Ki,Shin,,Yong-Chul,Ko,,Seong-Gyu 대한예방한의학회 2007 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.11 No.1

          Recently, Despite improvements of therapeutic methods on malignancy, the need of modalities on the treatment of cancer have been increasing nowadays and Traditional Oriental Medicine have been considered as alternatives and the uses of it have continued to increase in cancer therapy. The aims of this paper is to analysis of approach modality of experts for the research and treatment on cancer and study of clinical research methodology in Korean Medicine.

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          웰빙 개념에 대한 국내 연구 현황 분석

          박황진,이상남,이영준,한창현,Park,,Hwang-Jin,Lee,,Sang-Nam,Lee,,Young-Joon,Han,,Chang-Hyun 대한예방한의학회 2013 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.17 No.1

          Objectives : The aim of this study is to analyze the research trend focusing on well-being studies in Korea. Through this study, the researchers attempt to explore the research trends of the Yangseng(養生) and well-being in Traditional Korean Medicine. Methods : Well-being as a key word was searched on representative domestic databases of articles. The researchers collected the articles of journals published from 1980 to 2012. Finally 2,413 articles of well-being were selected. Results : Domestic studies of well-being had been increased steadily since the 1990s and they were greatly increased after the 2000s boom of well-being. Before 2000s, the mainstream of well-being studies was to analyse the correlation among the variables associated with quality of life in medicine. After the boom of well-being, the number of researches has been increasing significantly, since 2000s. Various methodologies of well-being studies(especially related various goods and services) have also been developed in the field of academia. Recently the concept of well-being has been evolving into LOHAS, wellness, healing, well-dying and etc. Conclusions : In order to handle the new wave of society and medicine, new health concept of Traditional Korean Medicine should be developed through Korean unique ideas of Yangseng.

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          ${\ll}$수진십서(修眞十書)${\gg}$ 에 기재된 종리팔단금(鍾離八段錦)의 수련방법(修練方法)에 대한 연구

          이상재,백진웅,김광호,Lee,Sang-Jae,Baek,Jin-Woong,Kim,Kwang-Ho 대한예방한의학회 2001 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.5 No.1

          Chongripaldangum(鍾離八段錦) is a traditional exercise which is known as qi-gong. It was first mentioned in Sooginsibseo(修眞十書) published in Won dynasty. But it is very difficult to know how to master Chongripaldangum(鍾離八段錦). So we studied the training methods by analizing several books such as $\ll$遵生八?$\gg$ and $\ll$內外功圖說輯要$\gg$ which have pictures of the training methods. It is known that to train Chongripaldangum(鍾離八段錦) is not only limited to the exercise of the body but also training of the mind is an important factor. It is very imprtant to know that the system of Hyung(形), Qi(氣), Sin(神) is needed for Chongripaldangum(鍾離八段錦)

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          양.한방협진제도에 대한 직장인들의 태도

          구제길,노홍인,홍선미,강인숙,이영호,한동운,Goo,,Je-Gil,No,,Hong-In,Hong,,Sun-Mee,Kang,,In-Sook,Lee,,Young-Ho,Han,,Dong-Woon 대한예방한의학회 2009 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.13 No.2

          Background and Objectives: The purpose of the study was to explore the attitude of workers toward a system of collaborative hospital practice between western and traditional Korean medicine, to identify factors influencing this attitude, and discuss the reasons socioeconomic groups' differences. Method: The data were collected with a questionnaire for this study from 14 April 2009 to 1 May 2009. Data were analyzed mainly via non-parametric statistics and logistic regressions utilising SPSS 17.0 (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) to determine the workers' attitude about the hospital system and to predict factors contributing to positive attitudes. Results: A total of 1,260 workers working for large factories in Gwangju Metropolitan City. Findings confirmed that more than 40% of the workers show interest in the system and about 44% of the workers also express positive attitudes. Factors found to influence the workers' response included marital status, income level, health status, experience in complementary medicine services, the number of health care facilities' visit. Conclusions: The prospects to establish the system of collaborative hospital practice as reflected by the workers' view about the Korean health care service delivery system. Their attitudes toward the system differed among socioeconomic groups. Government and health care providers should identify the socioeconomic subgroups' demands and opinions in order to find and develop measures of integrating western and traditional Korean medicine in health care facilities.

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          지역사회 주민의 한약복용에 대한 의식 조사 연구

          김성진,남철현,Kim,Sung-Jin,Nam,Chul-Hyun 대한예방한의학회 1999 대한예방한의학회지 Vol.3 No.2

          This study was conducted to provide basic data for policy of Oriental medicine by analyzing community residents' consciousness of taking herb medicine and its related factors. Data were collected from 1478 residents from March 2, 1999 to May 31, 1999. The results of this study are summarized as follows. 1. According to general characteristics of the subjects, 52.3% of the subjects was 'female'; 25.0% 'fifties of age'; 21.4% 'forties of age'; 20.9% 'thirties of ages'; 69.1% 'married'; 60.1% 'resident in a big city'; 12.1% 'residents in a small town or village'; 39.0% 'highschool graduate'; 35.9% 'above college graduate'; 23.4% 'housewife'; 23.4% 'professional' 34.1% 'Buddhist'; 81.1% 'middle class'. 2. The rate of experience of taking herb medicine was 85.2%(88.2% of 'male'; 82.5% of 'female'). It appeared to be significantly higher in the groups of 'the married', 'housewife', and 'Buddhist'. As the age increased, so the rate of experience of taking herb medicine was significantly high. 3. In case of purpose of taking herb medicine, taking herb medicine as a restorative(66.8%) was much higher than taking it as a curative medicine. Taking herb medicine as a curative medicine appeared to be significantly higher in the groups of 'male', 'thirties of age', 'resident in a town or village', 'above college graduate', 'professional technician', 'Christian', and 'the upper class'. 4. 52.1% of the respondents satisfied with the effect of herb medicine. The groups of 'male', 'older age', 'residents in a big city', 'insurant in company', and 'the employed' showed significantly high rate in satisfying with herb medicine than the other groups. 5. According to the reason for preferring herb medicine, 36.7% of the respondents preferred herb medicine because the herb medicine was effective, while 27.8% preferred it because its side effect was low. 16.7% preferred it. because persons around them recommended it. The preference for the herb medicine displayed significantly higher rate in the groups 'sixties of age', 'the unmarried', 'resident in a big city', 'office clerk', and 'the lower class'. 6. 42.6% of the respondents did not want to take the herb medicine because the price of the herb medicine was high. Also 20.6% of the respondents did not want to take herb medicine because it is uneasy to take herb medicine. 15.8% did not want to take it because certain foods should not be taken during the period of taking it. 9.4% did not want to take it because it tasted bitter. 7. In case of opinions on side effects of herb medicine, 40.8% of the respondents thinks that herb medicine is free from side effects, while 37.5% thinks that it causes side effects. There were significant difference in the opinions on side effects by sex, age, marital status, resident area, education level, occupation, and type of health insurance. 8. 60.7% of the respondents thinks the price of herb medicine is not resonable, while only 10.9% thinks it is resonable. 9. 14.2% of the respondents thinks health foods which contain herbs are good, while 16.8% thinks it is bad. 76.7% thinks that medicinal herbs in packages must be included in health insurance coverage, while only 3.0% thinks it needs not be included in health insurance coverage. 10. 45.2% of the respondents uses packs of decocted herbs although they think the packs of decocted herb are a little low effective because decocting herbs in home is bothersome. 45.2% uses packs of decocted herbs because they are convenient, being not related to the effect. 7.6% takes medicinal herbs after decocting them in a clay pot because they think the packs of decocted herbs have low effect. 11. According to the level of satisfaction with Oriental medical care, the respondents marked $3.47{\pm}0.64$ points on the base of 5 points. It was significantly higher in the groups of 'male', 'the married, resident in a big city', 'highschool graduate', 'the unemployed', 'office clerk', 'growing up in a big city', 'insurant in region

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