A study on consistency and accuracy of pulse diagnosis in Eight-ConstitutionMedicine > Volume 09 - 2009

본문 바로가기

사이트 내 전체검색


 » New Articles(2011~Present)
 » Articles (2001~2010)
      ∙ Volume 10 - 2010
      ∙ Volume 09 - 2009
      ∙ Volume 08 - 2008
      ∙ Volume 07 - 2007
      ∙ Volume 06 - 2006
      ∙ Volume 05 - 2005
      ∙ Volume 04 - 2004
      ∙ Volume 03 - 2003
      ∙ Volume 02 - 2002
      ∙ Volume 01 - 2001
 

Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine
Volume 09 - 2009
Date: May 09, 2008

Journal: Pages 14-19

March 2009 | A study on consistency and accuracy of pulse diagnosis in Eight-ConstitutionMedicine…

Yong-Sup Shin1,†, Seong-Su Nah2,†, Hwan-Sup Oh3, Young-Jae Park3 and Young-Bae Park4,*

첨부파일

Summary

​The aim of this study is to evaluate appraiser’s consistency and accuracy about pulse diagnosis(PD) in discrimination of eight-constitutions using Gage R&R study. Cumulative numbers of PDfor discrimination of eight constitutions of three appraisers’ experience were 75,000 cases, 50,000cases, 1,100 cases, respectively. Three Appraisers diagnosed subject’s eight-constitutions by PDwith blinded method. Gage R&R study was used to verify the results. Inthe measurements ofconsistency, appraiser B (agreement = 80%, Value of k = 0.8276) was very good, appraiser A (agreement =70%, Value of k = 0.7465) was good, and appraiser C (agreement = 50%, Value of k = 0.5365) was moderate.In the measurements of accuracy, appraiser B (agreement = 70%, Value of k = 0.6812) was good,appraiser A (agreement = 60%, Value of k = 0.6414) was good, and appraiser C (agreement = 0%, Value ofk = -0.1000) was poor. The results suggest that accuracy of discrimination of constitutionsrelatively depend on experience and number of cases of PD. Further large controlled study isneeded to evaluate the accuracy of PD.


This website Copyright (c) 2014 Institute of Korean Medicine Kyung Hee University All rights reserved.
Top View
Mobile View