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CLINICAL RESEARCH

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1.  LASER MILD MODERATE DEPRESSION

Quah-Smith JI, Tang WM, Russell J. Laser acupuncture for mild to moderate depression in a primary care setting—a randomised controlled trial. Acupunct Med 2005; 23(3):103–111.

2.  CORTICAL ACTIVATION BY YNSA

Schockert T, Schnitker R , Boroojerdi B, Quah Smith I , Yamamoto T et al. Cortical activation by YNSA in the treatment of patients with stroke: a sham – controlled study using functional MRI. Acupunct Med doi:10.1136/aim.2010.002683

3.  BRAIN EFFECTS LASER HEALTHY

Quah-Smith I, Sachdev P, Wen W, et al. The brain effects of laser acupuncture in healthy individuals: a functional MRI investigation. PLoS One 2010;5:e12619

4.  BRAIN EFFECTS LASER DEPRESSED

Quah-Smith I, Wen W, Chen X, et al. The brain effects of laser acupuncture in depressed individuals: an fMRI investigation. Med Acupunct 2012;24:161–71

5.  ANTIDEPRESSANT LASER COMPARISON

Quah-Smith I, Suo C, Williams M A, Sachdev P S. The Antidepressant Effect of Laser Acupuncture: A Comparison of the Resting Brain’s Default Mode Network in Healthy and Depressed Subjects using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Med Acup: 25, Nr 0, 2013. DOI: 10.1089/acu.2012.0901

6.  LASER ACUPUNCTURE DEPRESSION

Quah-Smith, I., Smith C, Crawford J, Russell J. Laser acupuncture in depression: A randomised double blind controlled trial using low intensity laser intervention. Journal of Affective Disorders (2013), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2012.11.058i

7.  DIFFERENCIAL BRAIN LASER V NEEDLE

Quah-Smith I, Williams M A, Lundeberg T, Suo C, Sachdev P S. The differential brain effects of laser and needle acupuncture at LR8 using functional MRI. Acupunct Med 2013;31:282-289 doi:10.1136/acupmed-2012-010297

8.  LASER HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH

Quah-Smith, I. Laser Ear Acupuncture: How much is enough? A prospective observational study on laser dosages required in the healing patient during posturology and during the treatment of mental distress. Acupunct Med 2014; 26, nr 3: 138-146.

9.  NEONATES PAIN ICU

Quah-Smith, I. Auriculotherapy: Alleviating Pain and Distress in Neonates in the Intensive Care Unit. Acupunct.Med.2015; 27,Nr.6: 409-410.

10.  ACUP NEONATAL ICU

KL Chen, I Quah-Smith, GM Schmolzer, R Niemtzow, JL Oei: Acupuncture in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit-using ancient medicine to help today’s babies: a review. 2016. J. Perinatology 2016; 00:1-8. doi:1, 0.1038/jp.2016.227

11.  MAGNIFIC

KL Chen, KB Lindrea, I Quah-Smith, GM Schmolzer, M Daly, T Schindler, JL Oei. The MAGNIFIC Study. 2017. Acta Paediatrica DOI:10.1111/apa.14002

12.  AURICULAR INTERVENTIONS NEUROLOGY

Quah-Smith.  Auricular Interventions in Neurology: The Vascular Autonomic Signal Challenge. 2018. OBM Integrative and Complementary Medicine 1018 Volume 3, issue 2 DOI:10.21926/0bm.icm.1802012

13.  ACUPUNCTURE ROUNDTABLE PAED

S-L Tsai, RC Niemtzow, M Brown, MA Gold, DM Graff, I Quah-Smith, H McClafferty.  Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine in Pediatrics.  Medical Acupuncture 2018. Volume 30 Number 2 DOI: 10.1089/acu.2018.29075.rtl

14.  A REVIEW ON NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENTS FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT IN NEWBORN INFANTS

Avneet K Mangat, Ju-Lee Oei MBBX, FRACP, MD, Kerry Chen, Im Quah-Smith MD, PhD, Georg M. Schmolzer, MD, PhD. Children 2018, 5(10), 130; https://doi.org/10.3390/children5100130