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Koroleva M. The auricular electropuncture physiological effects study / M. Koroleva, A. Vlasov // International Congress in Medical Acupuncture. Thessaloniki. 2009. p. 154.


M. Koroleva, A. Vlasov
DENAS MS Corporation. Yekaterinburg, Russia

Introduction: The auricular electropuncture is an efficient method of treatment. Currently there is no common opinion on parameters of electric current at the time of electropuncture impact on auricular points

Aim: Evaluation of the impact different frequencies electrostimulation of anatomical zones of auricle has on functional state of the body and determination of minimal effective duration of impact .

Methods: 52 healthy adult volunteers participated in the research. Electrostimulation was carried out with the help of DiaDENS device. Physiological effects of 4,5,10,77,200 Hz frequencies ‘ impact were studied. Points of anatomical zones of auricle were used. Changes of vegetative regulation were evaluated by heart rate variability (HVR) indices.

Results: Stimulation at frequency 77 Hz causes a pronounced sympathetic effect independent of auricular point or anatomical zone. On the contrary, application of 10 Hz frequency causes a pronounced parasympathetic effect independent of auricular point and anatomical zone. The 4 and 5 Hz frequencies’s action effect depended on anatomical zone of auricle. Application of HVR allowed to solve the problem of minimal necessary duration of different frequencies ‘impact on each auricular point. A positive correlation between electroanomality of the point and minimal necessary duration of stimulation was discovered as well.


  • Different electropuncture frequencies have different impact on VNS activity.
  • Higher frequencies of electrostimulation cause more rapid effect on vegetative activity change.
  • Speed of stimulation effect approach positively correlates with the level of electroanomality of the point.