Integration Chinese and Western Medicine: A Handbook for Practitioners


Price: $8.00


Author: Zhang Junwen, Bai Yongquan and Chen Longshan
Language: English
ISBN/ISSN: 7 800135969
1993; Hardcover;190*265mm;377

Traditional Chinese and Western medicines each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
The combined therapy described in this book is based on the scientific approaches and modern knowledge of Western medicine in examination, diagnosis and treatment and the scientifically proved traditional Chinese medical who list concept of viewing the various parts of human body as an organic whole and the therapies such as herbs, acupuncture, cupping, point-injection, etc.
The management of the thirty-nine diseases described in the fourteen chapters of the book is the creative and effective results of the author’s clinical research and practice, covering a wide range of diseases of different systems of the human body with unique therapies that surpass those of either Western or traditional Chinese medicine and can satisfactorily cure certain illness which cannot be cured by one or the other medicine alone.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter I Diseases of the Respiratory System
Chapter II Diseases of the Heart and the Blood Vessels
Chapter III Diseases of the Alimentary Tract
Chapter IV Diseases of the Urinary Tract
Chapter V Blood Diseases
Chapter VI Endocrine Diseases
Chapter VII Metabolic Disorders
Chapter VIII Joint Diseases
Chapter IX Diseases of Gynycology
Chapter X Diseases of the Skin
Chapter XI Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Chapter XII Stomatological Diseases
Chapter XIII Diseases of the Nervous System
Chapter XIV Infectious Diseases


Sorry we ran out!

Fill out this form and we will let you know when it comes back in stock

Copyright © 2024 China Scientific Books.