The Practical Chart of Ear Acupuncture Points, Chinese & English

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Compiler: Jin Shiying; Publishing house: People's Medical Publishing House

ISBN: 7-117-04533-7/R.4534; 1st Edition in 2002; 2nd Printing in 2002

6 Charts in full colors: Size: 8’’ X 11”, Paperback

57-page Manual: Size: 8’’ X 11”, Paperback 

Language: charts & manual both in Chinese & English

Preface of the Hand Manual
Requested and entrusted by people's health publishing house, we compiled-drawn up the chart of the practical ear acupuncture point and its explanation, they are being in Chinese-English to serve the purpose of ear acupuncture learning and medical teaching and research.

In order to serve different readers and different occasions the chart was printed in two forms folio (500 - 865mm) and large 16mo (210 X 285mm) and can be selected for different needs.

There are three sheets of wall chart of folio in all, including four figures: the location of national standard ear points (auricle front), (auricle back) and the division of national standard ear-points (front), (back). Six figures: the auricle anatomical names (front), (back); setting up the standard auricle point line, the auricle mark line, the nerve and blood vessel of auricles (front) , (back). They are drawn up in accordance with the names and locations of national standard GB-T13734-92 and text blood of human body anatomy, the original pictures are also adopted.

There are total ten pieces of colored illustrations in large 16mo chart; the illustrations are arranged in the same sequence as the folio of this chart.

The explanation is composed of 6 charts: The chapters constructing the basic part of ear acupuncture are the brief history of the development of ear acupuncture, ear acupuncture theory, histological anatomy relevant to ear acupuncture. The chapters belonging to application part of ear acupuncture are the division, location and of auricle point areas, and their indication; The therapy of ear acupuncture; examples of the prescriptions for some common diseases. The two parts correspond to each other and are easy to be comprehended. Illustrations are attached to help reading. 

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