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Global Journal of Traditional Medicine
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ISSN (Print) 2308-5665 - ISSN (Online) 2375-4567
Published by New Century Science Press Homepage  [6 journals]
  • The human health diagnosis by remote sensing under the moxibustion therapy

    • Authors: Chun-xiang Cao, Min Xu, Feng-xing Gao, Wei Chen, Sheng Zheng, Shan-ning Bao, Hai-fang Guo, Tianyu Yang Yang, Shi-lei Lu, Jia-tian Zhang, Yun-fei Xu, Xi-liang Ni
      Abstract: Aimed to complete the environmental health diagnosis index system by remote sensing, expand the application of remote sensing equipment and deepen the study of human health diagnosis by remote sensing, this study was conducted referring to lots of researches and cases on moxibustion therapy. Firstly, the international researches were reviewed in this article, and the respective problems were also summarized. Moreover, the experimental process and results about human health diagnosis by remote sensing under moxibustion therapy were demonstrated. During the process of human health diagnosis by moxibustion therapy, the temporal variation pattern of the temperature of the human body was collected through thermal infrared remote sensing equipment by retrieving from the thermal infrared spectrum information. Jointly with corresponding human health indices which were measured before and after the moxibustion treatment and related body circumference measurement, the blood flow rate and field strength, the analysis of the thermal infrared spectrum information were acquired to provide a scientific explanation for the clinic mechanism and effect of moxibustion therapy. The human health related indices were collected taking advantages of modern high-tech instruments (e.g. the thermal infrared remote sensing instrument, blood velocity meter and field intensity meter). Further the variation law of many health indicators was analyzed to build the database of human health diagnosis by remote sensing under moxibustion therapy. This research explored to demonstrate traditional medicine using remote sensing mechanism by collecting sample data of moxibustion diagnosis, monitoring of experimental environment of moxibustion diagnosis and human health indices, analysis of the human body temperature from thermal infrared images, analysis of body circumference, analysis of health related characteristic indices as well as database establishment of human health diagnosis by remote sensing. This research helped recognizing moxibustion therapy from a totally fresh perspective and method, extending the application fields of remote sensing instruments and promoting moxibustion developments.
      PubDate: 2015-12-18
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2015)
       
  • Theory of Carduonephric Disharmony and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    • Authors: Xia-min Lu, Min Lu
      Abstract: Theory of carduonephric disharmony is of long standing, and it is extensive applied in clinical medicine, such as insomnia, climacteric syndrome, emission, vascular dementia, irritable bowel syndrome(IBS), and so on. Chen Shi-duo from Qing dynasty pointed out that five viscera can work well if the function between heart and kidney is balanced. However, liver plays an important role in heart and kidney coordination, and it promotes the connection between heart and kidney. That saying provides a reference for later ages. Professor De-ming Wang, one of the national famous veteran doctor of TCM, holds that liver-stagnation and spleen-deficiency is only the external manifestation of IBS. In fact, its inherent essence is carduonephric disharmony. It enriches the methods of clinical treatment of IBS by using the theory of carduonephric disharmony.
      PubDate: 2015-12-18
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2015)
       
  • Oral realgar in the treatment of patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

    • Authors: Zhong-yang Deng, Ming-jing Wang, Xiao-mei Hu
      Abstract: Chinese arsenic drugs have been applied in Chinese medicine for several centuries. Active ingredients of realgar is As2S2. Oral realgar has been widely used in the treatment of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) with obvious Chinese characteristics, and the good clinical outcomes have been achieved. Decreasing the gastrointestinal adverse reactions of realgar can not only increase tolerance of patient to realgar, but improve the clinical efficacy, which will ensure the safety of oral realgar for clinical use, as well as open a new vision for the treatment of MDS.
      PubDate: 2015-12-18
      Issue No: Vol. 3 (2015)
       
 
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