Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Author: Che Niancong;
Language: Chinese, English
Format: 26.6 x 20.8 x 1.2 cm
Page: 146
Publication Date: 10/2012
ISBN: 9787040359275
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive science. The course focuses on the theories of TCM and clinical experiences as well,explores the transformation patterns of health and disease in human life activities,and attempts to provide insights into the disease prevention,diagnosis,treatment,rehabilitation and heath care. Due to the increasing international interests aroused by the unique theoretical system and significant clinical effects of TCM,more and more foreign students come to China to learn Chinese medicine every year.
Table of Contents
1.1 Introduction
1.2 History of Chinese Medicine
1.3 Characteristics of Cognition and Mentality in TCM
1.4 The Basic Characteristics of TCM Theoretical System
1.5 Development and Prospect of TCM
Yin—yang and Five—element Theory
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Yin—yang Theory
2. 3 Five—element Theory
Zangxiang and Qi, Blood, Body Fluids
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Zangxciang
3.3 Qi
3.4 Blood
3.5 Body Fluids
3. 6 Relationship among Qi, Blood and Body Fluids
Etiology and Pathogenesis
4. 1 Introduction
4. 9. The Causes of Disease
4. 3 Pathogenesis
Diagnostic Methods
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Diagnosis by Inquiry
5.3 Inspection
5.4 Listening and Smelling
5.5 Pulse—taking and Paloation
Syndrome Differentiation and Treatment Methods
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Concept of Eight—principle Syndrome Differentiation
6.3 The Basic Contents of Eight—principle Syndrome Differentiation
6.4 Concept of Syndrome Differentiation of Zang—fu Organs
6.5 The Basic Contents of Syndrome Differentiation of Combined Zang—fu Organs
Science of Chinese Materia Medica and Formulas
7.1 Introduction
7. 2 Properties and Actions of Medicinals
7.3 Processing of Medicinals
7.4 Combination of Medicinals
7.5 Dosage
7.6 Formation and Modification of Formula
7.7 Forms of Formulas
7.8 Administration
7.9 Specific Discussions
Syndrome Differentiation and Treatment on Common Diseases in Clinical Practices
8.1 Colds
8. 2 Cough
8. 3 Depression Syndrome
8.4 Wind Stroke
8. 5 Wei—flaccidity Syndrome
8.6 Tinnitus
8. 7 Insomnia
Formulas Appendix
A. 1 Colds
A. 2 Cough
A. 3 Depression Syndrome
A. 4 Wind Stroke
A. 5 Wei—flaccidity Syndrome
A. 6 Tinnitus
A. 7 Insomnia
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In the 17th century,thebooks on Chinese medicine and acupuncture treatment were published,then gradually more than 10national acupuncture organizations were established,and also a series of acupuncture academic journalswere published; the U.S. is too late in accepting acupuncture,but the "acupuncture" has also launchedin the early seventies of the 20th century,a numberof national academic bodies and international academicorganizations were established; academic groups ofChinese medicine in Japan are more,acupuncturegroups alone are more than 20.
Many countries have showed the desire for exploring Chinese medicine treatment principium. Japan recently made a "Human Frontier Science Program" and planned to spend 3.3 billion U. S. dollarsin 15-20 years for TCM research; scholars in SouthKorea tried to extract the effective chemical compositions in experimental studies of Chinese medicinea group of life scientists from CNES has cooperatedwith our Chinese medicine researchers to explorehow to overcome the response of human body in conditions of weightlessness in the guidance of TCMtheory,and meanwhile to translate the "The YellowEmperor's Inner Classic" and other 10 TCM worksinto French. There are 18 Chinese domestic researchinstitutes in the country and about 10 academic journals; Germany attaches great importance to researchTCM experience and Chinese medicine pharmacology. The growing number of international medical research teams and the increasing level of scientific researches will accelerate the pace of progress in themodernization of TCM.
1.5.2 Prospect of TCM
Facts have proved that Chinese medicine and pharmacology are great treasures,and that its scientificvalue showed in the process of development of modern science are treasured and trusted by more andmore physicians,scientists and the masses. The development of Chinese medicine will make contributions for human to combat disease and improvehealth level
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