Focus on Chinese Medicine Research: Practices and Outcomes

Carissa Westley (Editor)

Series: Medical Procedures, Testing and Technology
BISAC: MED004000

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Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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Acupuncture is part of traditional Chinese medicine, being wholly described and published around 100 A.D.. Modern acupuncture is based on Chinese publications from the Song dynasty period. This treatment arrived in the Western world in the 17th century, and was associated at first with surgery. The transmission of Chinese medicine into the contemporary world and Western languages presents a significant challenge for its preservation and evolution as a distinct medical discipline.

The practice of acupuncture is now considered a liberal profession, despite the significant increase in this therapeutics practice recorded between 2000 and 2010. Traditional Chinese medicine is an alternative method to treat several illnesses and diseases, including endometriosis and cerebral ischemia. This book discusses the practices and outcomes of Chinese medicine. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Who Seeks for Acupuncture in Brazil? A Study of the Patients That Go to Teaching Outpatient Services (pp. 1-28)
Maria Inês de França Roland, Reinaldo José Gianini and Kazusei Akiyama

Chapter 2 - Traditional Chinese Medicine for Endometriosis: Pathogenesis, Therapeutics and Mechanisms (pp. 29-54)
Gene Chi Wai Man, Tao Zhang and Chi Chiu Wang

Chapter 3 - Targeting Cellular Stress Response for the Prevention and Treatment of Cerebral Ischemia by Traditional Chinese Medicine (pp. 55-76)
Hongyi Qi, Hongdan Chen and Wei Yang

Chapter 4 - Chinese Medicine Research: The Relevance of the Social Sciences for Clinical Decision-Making (pp. 77-110)
Mary Garvey

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