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Effect of ginger oil application on functional status among patients with severe osteoarthritis: a quasiexperimental clinical trial

  title={Effect of ginger oil application on functional status among patients with severe osteoarthritis: a quasiexperimental clinical trial},
  author={Aziza Ibrahim Abd Elkader and Bassamat O. Ahmed and Hanan Ahmed El Sebaee},
Osteoarthritis (OA) also known as degenerative joint disease or osteoarthrosis is a worldwide health problem increasing nowadays especially among elderly people. It is the most common and frequently disabling of the joint disorders. The primary clinical manifestations of OA are pain, stiffness, and functional impairment. This article is a report of a study evaluating the effect of applying freshly prepared ginger oil on the functional status of patients with severe osteoarthritis for 4… 

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