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Article in Press 刘弋详1* 林砚铭2 高彦军1 上海中医药大学深圳医院创伤骨科,深圳 518000 成都中医药大学附属医院国际病房(骨科),成都 610000 [摘 要]五禽戏是中华民族一种古老的健身体操,寓保健、康复效益于生动形象的“戏”之中。对运动、心血管、消化及神经系统等的病症,都有一定的疗效。本文对五禽戏治疗各类病症的研究进展进行了总结和探讨。这将有利于对五禽戏作用机理的深入认识,为进一步开发利用五禽戏这一传统保健项目提供一定的理论基础。 [关键词]五禽戏;保健气功;中医;保健气功 Advance on the clinical application of Wuqinxi (Five Animals Qigong) Liu Yi Xiang1*, Lin Yan Ming2, Gao Yan Jun1 Orthopedics Department, Shenzhen Hospital of Shanghai University of TCM, Shenzhen, 518000, China Orthopedics Department, Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of TCM, Chengdu, 610000, ChinaC […]

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Zhi Qing Liu1, Hui Xie1#, Sha Sha Yang 2, Qin Wei Fu1, Nan Xiang 3, Qin Xiu Zhang1* 1. Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chengdu 610000, Sichuan, China;2. Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guiyang 550025, Guizhou, China;3. Chengdu First People’s Hospital, Chengdu, 610000, Sichuan, China#: Hui Xie contributed the same as Zhi Qing Liu.*Correspondence should be addressed to Qin […]

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何俊余 成都中医药大学附属医院 消化科(成都 610072) 【摘 要】腹水是肝硬化最常见的并发症之一,严重威胁患者的健康和生命。肝硬化腹水属于中医“臌胀”的范畴,可运用十枣汤峻下逐水。但需要注意的是芫花、甘遂、大戟药性峻猛有毒,需合理配伍大枣减轻毒性。此外臌胀属于本虚标实之症,临证需要注意:稳中求效、避免攻邪伤正,用药谨守法度、把握“衰其大半而止”的原则,尊古不泥古、灵活变通、中西医结合,辨证求因、谨守病机、治病求本。 【关键词】肝硬化腹水;十枣汤;芫花;甘遂;大戟;臌胀;峻下逐水 Discussion on the clinical use of Shi Zao Tang (Ten Jujubes Decoction) He Jun Yu Digestion Department, Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of TCM, Chengdu, China.Correspondence should be addressed to He Jun Yu, [email protected] Abstract Ascites is a common dangerous and lethal complication of the liver cirrhosis. In […]

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Bamai Qigong

The book Bamai Qigong forwarded by Dr.Ute Engelhardt  is available now! Features of Bamai Qigong Detailed philosophic background of Bamai Qigong including the Yin Yang theory and Eight Trigrams; Chinese Medicine basis on the eight extraordinary channels and important acupoints used in Qigong; Step by step instruction to practice Ba Duan Jin (八段錦) and demonstrated by […]

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Ba Gua

A book called Bamai Qigong covers the integration of based on the Eight Trigrams, eight extraordinary channels in acupuncture and Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades Qigong) will be published this summer. About the Author Ph.D med of Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of TCM (China)Licensed Chinese Medicine Physician and Acupuncturist (China)Lecturer, Akupunkturakademiet (Denmark), and Chengdu University of TCM (China) Registered Acupuncturist […]

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Chi et al​[1]​ conducted a prospective randomized sham-control trail to evaluate the efficacy of transcutaneous electrical acupoint stimulation (TEAS) for elderly patients who received knee surgery under epidural anesthesia. TEAS on ST36, SP6, PC6, and LI11 were performed for the intervention group (n=26) out of 52 subjects. The intervention was carried out 30min prior to […]

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A research team from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine detected the effect of electro-acupuncture (EA) at Lianquan (CV23) on swallowing and swallowing-related(SR) interneuron in ventrolateral medulla (VLM ). Their findings suggested that EA could regulate the swallowing function via activating the SR interneurons in VLM under the physiological condition​(Ye et al. 2019)​ . Original Abstract Ventrolateral medulla(VLM) was one of the essential […]

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According to the newest report on European Journal of Integrative Medicine, Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (六味地黄丸), a commonly used herbal formula (pill) including 6 herbs, may be useful for the treatment of osteoporosis. The research team from Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine screened the active ingredients of the pill from the Network pharmacology […]

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Myopia

A research team from China and USA reported newly that auricular acupressure is more effective for treating myopia than other treatments such as atropine and eye exercises. They conducted a systematic review involving RCTs from various database and screened five 5 studies qualified for the meta-analysis of the efficacy rate in treating myopia. They concluded […]

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Hui ZhangAkupunkturakademiet, Aarhus, DenmarkCorrespondence should be addressed to Hui Zhang, [email protected] Copyright © Hui Zhang. This is an open access article distributed under the guidelines of Gold Open Access. Annals of Chinese Medicine apply the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). Abstract The review is aimed to retrospectively evaluate the use of acupuncture to treat […]

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