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2016

This study aimed to identify the acupressure effect over time, compare the efficacy in different dosages, and identify feasibility issues with saliva sample collection and acupressure implementation in agitated nursing home residents with dementia.
Time serial design with eight dosage-combination groups.
Three residential care homes (RCHs) in Hong Kong.
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