Category: Theory

The Control Study on 23 Cases of Gouty Arthritis Treated with intravenous Bleeding

| November 26, 2011 | 0 Comments | 792 views
The Control Study on 23 Cases of Gouty Arthritis Treated with intravenous Bleeding

Objective: To treat gouty arthritis with intravenous method. The symptoms, the uric acid in blood and that in urine, and RNA enzyme before and after the treatment were observed.

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A Report of a Case Of Arthralgia-syndrome (Bi Syndrome)

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 286 views
A Report of a Case Of Arthralgia-syndrome (Bi Syndrome)

In the United States there is a very high arthralgiasyndrome incidence especially when people are not aware that wind, cold and dampness can be the exterior pathogenic factors invading body and causing diseases.

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The Control Study on 23 Cases of Gouty Arthritis Treated with intravenous Bleeding

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 200 views
The Control Study on 23 Cases of Gouty Arthritis Treated with intravenous Bleeding

The Control Study on 23 Cases of Gouty Arthritis Treated with intravenous Bleeding

Objective: To treat gouty arthritis with intravenous method. The symptoms, the uric acid in blood and that in urine, and RNA enzyme before and after the treatment were observed.

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Study on Structures of the Acupoint

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 198 views
Study on Structures of the Acupoint

Objective: To investigate material basis of Channel and acupoints. Study on Structures of the Acupoint

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Acupuncture Point Unbalance in Clinical Data by Means of New Data Analysis

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 91 views
Acupuncture Point Unbalance in Clinical Data by Means of New Data Analysis

Acupuncture Point Unbalance in Clinical Data by Means of New Data Analysis , Some differences in the quantitative bio-electrical behavior of 55 acupuncture points were investigated, with respect to the sex of the patients and to the body side, left or right.

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Effect of Needling Traditional Acupoints and Dong's Extra Acupoints on Transcutaneous CO2 Emission along Meridians

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 85 views
Effect of Needling Traditional Acupoints and Dong's Extra Acupoints on Transcutaneous CO2 Emission along Meridians

 Objective: To observe
whether there is a different acupuncture effect between Dong's extra acupoints and traditional acupoints in transcutaneous CO2 emission (TCE).

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Effect on Gastric Motility and Peptides Treated with Electric acupuncture on the points of Foot-Yangming Channel in Rats

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 41 views
Effect on Gastric Motility and Peptides Treated with Electric acupuncture on the points of Foot-Yangming Channel in Rats

Our former work proved that the change of antral surface area, gastric pylorus pressure and gastric emptying were related to the process treated with Electro-acupuncture (EA) on some points along Foot-Yangming Channel (FYMC) to a certain extent.

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Effect of Acupuncture at Different Acupoints of Foot-Yangming Channel on the Area of Gastric Antrum

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 75 views
Effect of Acupuncture at Different Acupoints of Foot-Yangming Channel on the Area of Gastric Antrum

Objective: To observe whether acupoints of the same Stomach Channel have the same effect on functional activity of its related internal organs, and whether there is a corresponding relationship between the upper segment on the head and trunk and the lower segment in the four limbs described in meridian theory of traditional Chinese medicine.

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Effect of Needling Foot Yangming Meridian on the Stomach Movement of Healthy Person

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 70 views
Effect of Needling Foot Yangming Meridian on the Stomach Movement of Healthy Person

Our previous experiments showed that needling Foot-Yangming Meridian increases the area of gastric antrum and Pyloric pressure. Our aim in this study is to observe the effect of needling Foot Yangming Meridian on the electric activities of stomach and the total function rate of stomach movement.

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Cough of wind-cold Type Treated with Movable Cupping in 100 Cases

| September 27, 2011 | 0 Comments | 172 views
Cough of wind-cold Type Treated with Movable Cupping in 100 Cases

Objective: To observe the curative efficacy of movable cupping on cough of wind and cold type.

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