Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Library of TCM

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Compiled by Nanjing University of TCM (traditional Chinese Medicine)
Translated & Published by Shanghai University of TCM
ISBN: 7-81010-667-8; 1st Edition 2002; 4th Printing 2006
Language: Chinese-English373 Pages; Size: 6.75:x9.5”; Paperback

Brief Description
‘A Practical English-Chinese Library of Traditional Chinese Medicine (more info)’ is a 14-volume landmark work presented by the joint efforts from two renowned universities on TCM field in China: Shanghai University of TCM & Nanjing University of TCM. This book is one of the 14-volume set.

The compilation of this book is marked by conciseness, diagrams and systematic introduction to the basic knowledge, theory and techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion as well as specific therapeutic methods for the treatment of various diseases for the benefit of the international readers in learning acupuncture and moxibustion.

Therefore in the arrangement of contents and compilation, the following aspects are emphasized:
 1.     Systematic introduction to the knowledge of meridians and acupoints.

 2.     Emphasis is made on the relation between basic theory and clinical techniques. Apart from introduction to the location of acupoints, the ways to locate acupoints are also discussed. The discussion does not include topography and techniques for acupuncture and moxibustion. Comprehensive explanations of the anatomy and needling methods for various acupoints are given in the third chapter. 

 3.     Seventy diseases clinically proved and applicable to the clinical application abroad are introduced in terms of the conception, syndrome differentiation, usage and needling methods.In the compilation, introduction. Chapters 3, 4 and sections 8 - 10 in Chapter 5 are compiled by Zhao Jingsheng who is also responsible for drafting the compiling outline and polishing the whole book; Chapter 1, parts 1 - 6 in section 1 and section 2 in Chapter 2 and sections 1 - 7 in Chapter 5 are compiled by Liu Yueguang who is also responsible for drawing the diagrams; section 3 and parts 7 - 12 in section 1 in Chapter 2 as well as sections 11 - 14 in Chapter 5 are compiled by Hu Kui who is also responsible for drawing the diagrams.

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