Clinic Wonders of Acupuncture-Moxibustion
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- Product Code: 2002pb
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Collects the therapeutic techniques used in these methods of treatment for 130 kinds of common and intractable diseases in the fields of internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, ENT and dermatology.
Title: Clinical Wonders of Acupuncture-Moxibustion
Compiled by Zheng Qiwei and Qian Chunyi
Translated by Du Wei, Hong Tao, Hu Ronghui, Huang Hui, Lu Xiaozhen, Wang Fang, Wang Yue, and Zhang Yongmei
Published by Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, 2002
Paperback, 547 pages
This is a specialized treatise on acupuncture and moxibustion for clinical use, collecting the therapeutic techniques used in these methods of treatment for 130 kinds of common and intractable diseases in the fields of internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, ENT and dermatology. For each disease, the etiology and pathogenesis, major clinical manifestations, routine methods of syndrome differentiation and acupoint prescription are elaborated respectively in three parts, i.e., “Introduction,” “Clinical Experience” and “Remarks.” However, the book concentrates on examples of simple, practical, and markedly effective clinical experience (about 2,000 instances). at the same time, the precautions that need to be taken during treatment are also pointed out. Appended are the “Index of Extra Acupoints” and the “Index of Chinese Materia Medica,” for reade's reference.
About the Author
Professor Zhang Qiwei received his master degree in Acupuncture Science the Institute of Acupuncture, China Academy of TCM in 198 1, and earned the title of professor at the China Academy of TCM in 1995. He has served as vice-director of the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center and head of the Teaching Department there. He has gained rich experience in his 24 years' teaching and practicing TCM and acupuncture, and more than 20 articles and several books written by him on acupuncture and herbology have been published.
Dr. Qian Chunyi earned her master degree on Acupuncture Science degree at the Institute of Acupuncture, China Academy of TCM in 1986. She is a teacher and practitioner of TCM and acupuncture with 18 years' experience, and several of her articles and books on acupuncture and herbology have been published.