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Acupuncture-outln - Acupuncture & Moxibustion 1997 NIH...

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1997 NIH panel’s recommendations. WHO list (Beinfield 249) I. Acupuncture Stimulate deep nerve endings Circulation qi & xue “Blood” For acute diseases II. Moxa Burning of Artemisia ( ai ) For chronic diseases Both focus on same points III. History A. Stone (?) to metals B. Mawangdui tomb -168 (-3 rd texts) C. Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine (Inner Canon) (-2 nd ) (Huangdi neijing ) Suwen ( Simple Questions ) Qi Bo Lingshu ( Divine Pivot ) Taishu ( Great Simplicity ) Nanjing ( Difficult Cases ) D. (Zhenjiu jiayi jing) 282 by Huangfu Mi. 1 st for disease prevention. 649 of 670 points E. Pulse Classic (Maijing ) by Wang Shuhe (3 rd ) 24 “pulses” with diagnosis Classic (jing ) Discussions (lun ) Prescriptions (fang ) F. Some key specialists 1. Sichuan wooden statue (-2 nd ) 2. Sun Simiao, 7 th colored charts with channels prescription acupuncture 3. Wang Tao 8 th Tang med college 4. Wang Weiyi, 11 th bronze figure filled with mercury;
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