Evidence-based Analysis of Psychological Intervention for Menopausal Syndrome
Xuemei Yi, Ting Ding
Available Online September 2019.
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- psychological intervention; perimenopause; systematic evaluation; randomized controlled trial
- The research aims to systematically evaluate the effect of psychological intervention on perimenopausal syndrome. We searched CNKI, VIP, WanFang Data and China Biomedical Literature Database to collect randomized controlled trials on psychological intervention combined with drugs for menopausal syndrome. After data extraction and quality evaluation using exclusion criteria, a total of 28 articles were included, with 2264 patients. Meta-analysis showed (1) in symptoms: Kupperman scores with psychological intervention decreased more significant than drug treatment [MD=5.55, 95%CI(4.76,6.34), P<0.00001]; (2) in emotions: SAS[MD=8.54,95%CI(6.21,10.86),P<0.0001] and SDS[MD=12.20,95%CI(8.33,16.08, P<0.00001] decreased more significant than drugs; (3) in the total efficiency: psychological intervention after total curative effect is obviously better than simple drug treatment [OR=7.32, 95%CI(5.11,10.50), P<0.00001]; (4) in hormone: it showed no differences in E2 and FSH levels whether before or after psychological intervention, while for LH, the results stayed different. In conclusion, combined therapy of menopausal syndrome showed great effects on improving symptoms, efficacies, and negative emotions, but not for hormones.
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TY - CONF AU - Xuemei Yi AU - Ting Ding PY - 2019/09 DA - 2019/09 TI - Evidence-based Analysis of Psychological Intervention for Menopausal Syndrome BT - 2019 International Conference on Advanced Education and Social Science Research (ICAESSR 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icaessr-19.2019.45 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icaessr-19.2019.45 ID - Yi2019/09 ER -