Biomedical Research

Research Article - Biomedical Research (2017) Volume 0, Issue 0

Clinical research on the intervention effect of exercise therapy on patients with light and medium fatty liver

Objective: To study the intervention effect of exercise therapy on patients with light and medium fatty liver.

Methods: Research methods including experiment and mathematical statistics were used in the group experiment of 64 cases of patients with community fatty liver. Effective rate was defined as the sum of effective and significantly effective people divided by total number of each group. Compliance rate was defined as the sum of general compliance, compliance and very compliance people divided by total number of each group. Intervention satisfaction rate was defined as the sum of basically satisfied, satisfied and quite satisfied people divided by total number of each group.

Results: The total effective rate of the experimental group and the control group showed significant difference, with P<0.05. After treatment, the ALT, AST, GGT, and ALP of the experimental group and the control group showed significant difference, with P<0.05. The compliance rate of both groups showed significant difference, with P<0.05. The intervention satisfaction of both groups showed significant difference, with P<0.05.

Conclusion: On the basis of routine medicine treatment and diet intervention, exercise therapy has a good effect on patients with light and medium fatty liver, which is good for the treatment and recovery.

Author(s): Guo Fenglan, Ma Wen, Zhang Zhixin

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