Blood Stasis

China's classical concept in modern medicine

By

  • Gunter Neeb, Research Institute, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Tianjin, Feng He Yuan, Nan Kai District, Tianjin City

BLOOD STASIS: CHINA'S CLASSICAL CONCEPT IN MODERN MEDICINE covers the area of blood stasis in Traditional Chinese Medicine, drawing from a huge range of original Chinese material. The book discusses many Western diseases including diabetes, gynecological disorders, stroke, tumors, myocardial infarction, and the interaction of these with other pathological factors. The book also provides both classical and modern differentiations and treatments, including both herbs and acupuncture in all categories with appropriate case histories.
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Book information

  • Published: November 2006
  • Imprint: CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
  • ISBN: 978-0-443-10185-4


Table of Contents

About the Author

Foreword

Preface

Dedication and Acknowledgements

Notes on Translation Style

Notes on Terminology

Abbreviations Used in the Text

Section 1 Theory and Background Knowledge

1. Introduction: Thought Models in Chinese Medicine

2. History and Development of Blood Stasis and Its Pathological Mechanisms

3. Comprehension and Diagnostics of Blood Stasis in Conventional Medicine

4. Aetiology of Blood Stasis in Chinese Medicine

5. Traditional Diagnosis and Syndrome Differentiation of Blood Stasis

Section 2 Practical Application

6. Examples of Treatment Principles for Blood Stasis

7. Blood Stasis Related Medicinals, Their Application and Combination

a. Blood stasis related medicinals

b. Tables and Boxes on Blood Invigorating Chinese Medicinals

c. Pei Yao: The Most Common Combinations of Blood Invigorating Medicinals

8. Blood Stasis in the Practice of TCM - Formulas and Acupuncture

9. Practical Cases: 20 Further Case Studies From the Ancient and Modern Practice of Famous TCM Physicians

Section 3 Classical texts

10. Wang Qing-Ren's 'Yi Lin Gai Cuo' (Corrections of Mistakes in the Medical World)

a. Wang's Anatomical Studies

b. Wang's Famous Formulas and Their Indications

c. Wang's Clinical Studies and Methodology

11. Excerpts Relating to Blood Stasis from Six Other Classical Texts (In Chronological Order)

Appendices

Appendix 1 Glossary of Essential TCM Terms

Appendix 2 Glossary of Essential Terms in Hemorheology

Appendix 3 List of Chinese Medicinals with Their Western Pharmacological Actions

Appendix 4 Index of Materials and Formulas

Appendix 5 List of Formulas in This Book, Chinese-English with Quantities

Appendix 6 Epilogue - Inspector White Coat

Appendix 7 Bibliography

Appendix 8 Eminent Chinese Physicians and Their Works

Appendix 9 Short Bibliography of Author's Publications (In Chronological Order)