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Compendium of Chinese Medical Wisdom Vol 3

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Author: Xu JIngsheng;
Language: Chinese, English
Format: 25.8 x 18 x 1.4 cm
Page: 220
Publication Date: 08/2015
ISBN: 9787534977053
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Illuminating Quotes and Maxims;
Doctors of Utmost Medical Excellence and Ethics;
Differential Diagnosis and Treatment;
Guarding Life and Cultivating Health
Table of Contents
名句箴言lluminating Quotes and Maxims
药弗瞑眩,厥疾弗瘳
No Strong Medicine,No Cure
上医医国
The Top Doctors Treat the State
良药苦口,忠言逆耳
Good Medicine Tastes Bitter and Sincere Advice Sounds Unflattering
非其人勿教
Do not Teach Someone Who Does not Deserve to Master the Art of Medicine
精神内守,病安从来
Inner Peace and Lack of Desires Keep the Diseases Away
不治已病治未病
Prevention of Diseases Is Superior to Any Treatment
神圣工巧(仁圣工巧)
The Four Levels of Mastering Diagnosis
有病不治,常得中医
Leaving the Diseased Body Alone Is Better than Going to a Quack
医者意也
Being a Doctor Requires Thinking with Heart and Understanding with Care
用药如用兵,用医如用将
A Doctor Is like a General,and Using Medicine Is like Dispatching Soldiers
静者寿,躁者夭
A Dormant Person Lives Longer than a Restless One
服药百裹,不如独卧
Sleeping Alone Is Better for One's Health Than a Hundred Doses of Medicine
治病三年,无方可用
There Is No Ready—Made Prescription
小大方圆
A Doctor Should Be Discreet,Brave,Upright and Flexible
病从口入,祸从口出
Disease Results from Careless Diets and Disasters from Inappropriate Words
不爲良相,愿爲良医
If I Cannot Be the Prime Minister,I Wish to Be a Good Doctor
目 録
Contents
脏腑而能语,医师色如土
If Diseases Can Be Easily Diagnosed and Treated,Doctors Would Be Out of Job
宁治十妇人,莫治一小儿
A Small Child Is the Most Challenging Patient
学医不精,不若不学
A Bad Doctor Is Worse Than No Doctor
人有三宝精气神
Essence,Qi and Spirit Are a Person's Three Treasures
宁可食无馔,不可饭无汤
Soup Is the Essential Course for a Meal
医不三世,不服其药
Three Classics a Doctor Must Read
大医精诚 Doctors of Utmost Medical Excellence and Ethics
大医之心
The Compassion of a Great Doctor
大医之体
How a Great Doctor Behaves
爲医之法
The Principles of Being a Doctor
钱乙孝亲
The Filial Doctor Qian Yi
医不贪色
A Doctor Cannot Be Bought Off by Sex
王李二医
Doctor Li and Doctor Wang
张鋭起死回生
Zhang Rui Brings a Patient Back to Life
丹溪习医
Sir Danxi's Dedication to the Study of Medicine
丹溪拜师
Danxi's Pursuit of Superior Knowledge
范彬救危
Fan Bin's Principle of Saving the Most Needy
不失医尊
Maintaining a Doctor's Dignity
錾方石碣
A Prescription Engraved on Stone
大医高洁
The Virtuous and Incorruptible Doctor Li Gao
师徒情深
The Affection Between Master and Disciple
灵胎诚恳谢病人
What Makes a Good Patient
叶桂拜师
Ye Gui Learning Medicine From a Monk
生死一言
A Life or Death Verdict
市药求真
Prescribing Genuine Drugs Only
辨证论治 Differential Diagnosis and Treatment
华子病忘
Hua Zi's Disease of Non—Caring and Non—Action
病万变,药亦万变
Medication Changes According to the Variation of Diseases
仓公治难産
Chunyu Yi's Treatment of Dystocia
千般疢难
Etiology of TCM
对症下药
Suit the Prescription to the Specific Disease
华佗巧治婴儿泻痢
Hua Tuo Treated a Baby with Diarrhea
华佗切脉诊死胎
Hua Tuo's Diagnosis Revealed a Dead Fetus Inside
华佗治咳
Hua Tuo Treated a Bad Cough
华佗治内疽
Hua Tuo Treated Disease Caused by Parasites
除疾之道
Chu Cheng Discussed the Way of Eliminating Diseases
姚僧垣用大黄
The Application of Rhubarb by Doctor Yao Sengyuan
钱乙巧用黄土汤
Doctor Qian Yi's Unconventional and Effective Prescription
君臣佐使
Maximization of Medical Effects
以意处方
Prescribing Medicine Based on Experiences and Instinct
溺井怨伯益,失火怨燧人
Differentiating the Treatments for Various Febrile Diseases
景岳用药
Zhang Jingyue's Rules of Making Prescriptions
儿号即儿歌
How to Deal with a Crying Baby
养生健身Guarding Life and Cultivating Health
五福六极
Five Blessings And Six Misfortunes
知止不殆
Be Moderate in One's Pursuits
仁者寿
Benevolence Leads to Longevity
君子三戒
Three Restraints for a True Gentleman
孔子饮食之道
Confucius's Dietary Principles
卫生之经
The Law of Life Cultivation
凡食之道,无饥无饱
Following a Moderate Diet
圣人适欲
Sages Always Restrain Their Desires
贵生之术
The Methods to Value Life
修节制欲
The Importance of Controlling One's Desires
毕数之务,在乎去害
Avoid Harms to Live a Full Lifespan
养生三患
Three Hidden Dangers for One's Life—cultivation
法于阴阳,和于术数
Learning from the Course of Nature and Developing a Life—cultivating Routine
德全不危
Hold on to the Way,and Stay Away from Harms
春夏养阳,秋冬养阴
Invigorating Yang in Spring and Summer,and Nourishing Yin in Fall and Winter
春月养生
Spring Is the Season to Nourish
夏月养长
Summer Is the Season to Grow
秋月养收
Fall Is the Season to Harvest
冬月养藏
Winter Is the Season to Store
顺时安处
Go Along with Seasonal Changes and Suit Oneself to the Surroundings
耇老接阴食气之道
The Economics of Sex According to a Wise Old Man
舜之接阴治气之道
Emperor Shun's Principle of Practicing Sex Economics
八益七损
What to Do and Not to Do in the Inner Chamber
生命犹燃烛
Life Is like a Burning Candle
神龟虽寿
Although a Turtle Can Live Long
三叟
Three Old Men
养生五难
Five Challenges for Life—Cultivation
守之以一,养之以和
Abide by the Way and Nourish Body with Harmonious Qi
修性保神,形神相亲
Cultivate One's Disposition to Reach the Harmony Between Body and Spirit
一人之身,一国之象
Governing One's Body Like a Kingdom
欲求长生,积善立功
The Key to Longevity Is to Do Good Deeds
善养生,除六害
Six Hazards Must Be Eliminated to Cultivate Life
健身拜
Bowing for Health—Keeping
丹溪论治未病
Doctor Danxi on Disease Prevention
因马念车,因车念盖
The Greed of the Elderly
医具三昧
Grasping the Gist of Medical Science
无价之药
The Priceless Medicines
伤食伤饮
Harm Done by Improper Food and Drink
过得七月半,便是铁罗汉
Mid—July Is a Dangerous Time of a Year
参考书目 Works Cited
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A great doctor with supreme medical ethics and skills will necessarily calm down and settle his mind when treating the patients,harboring no selfishness or greedincss.He practices primarily out of compassion for those who suffer.For those who come to seck treatment,he receives them fairly and in the same way as he takes care of his most intimate ones,regardless of their status,wcalth,age,appearance,ethnicity,or educational level,and so on.
A great doctor should not be overcautious or too concerned about personal gains and losses.Seeing patients who are bothered by diseases,he feels as if he were suffering from the same disease and sadness deep in his heart.He would treat them whole—heartedly,even if it involves difficulties or dangers,even if he is called for at night,in extreme weathers.or when he is in bad physical conditions himself.He will not avoid the patients under any conditions.or politely dodge his duty because it is too time—consuming.He who can do all these is a great doctor,and those who behave in opposite ways will do people harm.
Since ancient times,skilled doctors often have to use living creatures to rescue those in critical conditions.Though livestock are considered inferior to human beings.when it comes to cherishing one's own lifc,they are the same.Doing harms to other creatures for one's own benefits is detested by all living beings,including humans.Killing animals for the survival of mankind is far from the doctor's original mission of saving lives.Therefore,I did not include living creatures in the formulas introduced in my book Prescriptions of Great Value for Emergencies.
Compendium of Chinese Medical Wisdom Vol 3
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