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Integrative Cardiovascular Chinese Medicine

A Prevention and Personalized Medicine Perspective

Combining the research and study of integrative Chinese and Western Medicine, Integrative Cardiovascular Chinese Medicine: A Prevention and Personalized Medicine Perspective presents a clear, structured base to guide clinical practice and encourage collaboration between Chinese medicine and Western medicine practitioners.

This complete reference work thoroughly covers the pathophysiology of cardiology-related diseases, and compares, juxtaposes, and integrates Western and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Anika Niambi Al-Shura provides a realistic scope of cardiology treatment and the integration of Western and Chinese medicine, establishing a basis for standardization and a rationale for the inclusion of TCM in cardiology, and identifying and inspiring ideas for future research.

Audience

Researchers of Alternative Medicine and Cardiology, Cardiologists, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Doctors.

Hardbound, 212 Pages

Published: June 2014

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-420014-2

Contents

  • Part I: Personalizing Medicine

    Chapter 1: Holism
    Chapter 2: Medical Empathy
    Chapter 3: Patient Perspectives
    Chapter 4: The Systems of Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine
    Chapter 5: Personalizing Medicine

    Part II: Factors in Prevention and Treatment

    Chapter 6: Hyperlipidemia
    Chapter 7: Overview of Hypertension and Diabetes Type 1 & 2

    Part III: Cardiac Rhythm Diseases

    Chapter 8: Arrhythmia
    Chapter 9:Sick Sinus Syndrome

    Part IV: Chamber and Valve Diseases

    Chapter 10: Angina Pectoris
    Chapter 11: Rheumatic Heart Disease
    Chapter 12: Endocarditis
    Chapter 13: Cardiogenic Shock

    Part V: Vascular Diseases

    Chapter 14: Thromoangiitis Obliterans
    Chapter 15: Takayasu Arteritis

    Part VI: Traditional Chinese Cardiovascular Herbs

    Chapter 15: Herbs

    Part VII: Integrating TCM and Western Medicines

    Chapter 16: Drug Classes and TCM Counterparts

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