A systematic collection of relevant literature on acupuncture and moxibustion treatment of stomach pain, and a summary of the rule of acupoints selection for acupuncture treatment of stomach pain. In conclusion, Zusanli, Zhongwan, Neiguan, and Liang Qiu are selected as the main acupoints. At the same time, according to the different syndrome types, dyspepsia hurt a stomach syndrome is compatible with Burong, Chengman, Tianshu and Shangjuxu acupoints. Cold evil invading the stomach syndrome is compatible with Shenque and Qihai acupoints. Liver-Qi attacking stomach syndrome is compatible with Danzhong, Zhangmen, and Qimen acupoints; for blood stasis to stop the stomach, it is compatible with Xuehai, Geshu, and Pishu acupoints. Adopting this rule of acupoints selection has a significant effect on acupuncture treatment of stomach pain, and it also provides a reference for other doctors to treat stomach pain.
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