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Acupuncture chinese medicine east asian medicine integrative

Belinda J Anderson, Patrick D Herron, Sherry A Downie, Daniel C Myers, Felise B Milan, Todd R Olson, Ben E Kligler, Victor S Sierpina, Mary Jo Kreitzer
The growing popularity of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), of which estimated 38% of adults in the United States used in 2007, has engendered changes in medical school curricula to increase students' awareness of it. Exchange programs between conventional medical schools and CAM institutions are recognized as an effective method of interprofessional education. The exchange program between Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein, Yeshiva University) and Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, New York campus (PCOM-NY) is in its fifth year and is part of a broader relationship between the schools encompassing research, clinical training, interinstitutional faculty and board appointments, and several educational activities...
November 2012: Explore: the Journal of Science and Healing
Arya Nielsen
This article is based on research findings published by Nielsen et al. [2007a. The effect of 'Gua sha' treatment on the microcirculation of surface tissue: a pilot study in healthy subjects. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing 3, 456-466]. The abstract was accepted for poster session at the conference on fascia ( and appears in the conference text Fascia Research [Nielsen, A., Knoblauch, N., Dobos, G., Michalsen, A., Kaptchuk, T., 2007b. The effect of 'Gua sha' treatment on the microcirculation of surface tissue: a pilot study in healthy subjects...
January 2009: Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies
Xin-Yan Qin, Xiao-Xia Li, Florian Berghea, Stefan Suteanu
OBJECTIVE: To compare the efficacy, safety and tolerability of different therapies in Caucasian patients with osteoarthritis (QA) of the knee. METHODS: Seventy-five cases (90 knee joints) of osteoarthritis were randomly divided into 3 groups, western medicine group, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) group, integrated Chinese and western medicine group. The western medicine group were treated with oral administration of Glucosamine Sulfate, oral administration and external application of non-steroid anti-inflammatory agent, ultrasound physiotherapy, etc...
June 2008: Zhongguo Zhen Jiu, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion
X Z Wu
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August 1984: Zhong Xi Yi Jie He za Zhi, Chinese Journal of Modern Developments in Traditional Medicine
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The treatment of two cases of extensive 3rd degree burn by means of integrated Chinese traditional and Western medicine is reported. The main factors of success are: the shock stage was tided over uneventfully; active measures were taken to build up the patients' vital energy; operative excision and spontaneous separation of eschar were combined; both auto- and homo-grafts were used to cover the wound surface to facilitate elimination of the wound; infections were tackled with the administration of Chinese herb drugs...
January 1977: Scientia Sinica
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