Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber (Jin Gui Yao Lue) / Library of Chinese Classics (Chinese - English) First Edition 2007 (English and Chinese Edition)

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Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber (Jin Gui Yao Lue) and Treatise on Febile Diseases Caused by Cold (Shang Han Lun) are the two most important classics of traditional Chinese medicine, written early in the third century by Zhang Zhongjing, the great sage of traditional Chinese medicine. The importance of these two books in traditional Chinese medicine is similar to that of Newtonian theory in the world of physics and Euclid's Elements in the field of geometry. These two books are still used by students as textbooks in all colleges of traditional Chinese medicine, as well as being used by medical practitioners and scholars in the field as reference books. The above-mentioned books were originally known as one book called Treatise on Febile Diseases Caused by Cold and Miscellaneous Diseases (Shang Han Za Bing Lun). It got scattered and lost in the years that followed, but collected and compiled by medical practitioners and scholars of later generations. The part of the book dealing with diseases caused by cold was named Treatise on Febile Diseases Caused by Cold and the part on miscellaneous diseases of internal medicine re-named Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTENTS Chapter I On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Transmission of Diseases of the Viscera, Bowels, Channels and Collaterals .......... 1 Chapter II On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Jing, Humidity and Ye Diseases .......... 13 Chapter III On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Bulbus Lilii Syndrome, Huhuo Syndrome and Yinyangdu Syndrome .......... 32 Chapter IV On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Malaria .......... 46 Chapter V On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Apoplexy and Acute Arthritis .......... 54 Chapter VI On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Arthralgia Due to Stagnation of Blood and Consumptive Diseases .......... 70 Chapter VII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Pulmonary Asthenia, Pulmonary Abscess, Cough and Inspiratory Dyspnea.......... 70 Chapter VIII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Bentun Syndrome.......... 103 Chapter IX On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Chest Obstruction, Heart Pain and Shortness of Breath .......... 107 Chapter X On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Abdominal Distention, Abdominal Pain Caused by Cold and Indigestion.......... 117 Chapter XI On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Accumulation of Pathogenic Wind and Cold in the Five Viscera.......... 137 Chapter XII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Taiyin and Coughing .......... 147 Chapter XIII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Xiaoke (Diabetes), Dysuria and Urinary Disturbance .......... 174 Chapter XIV On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Edema.......... 183 Chapter XV On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Jaundice.......... 208 Chapter XVI On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Convulsions and Palpitation, Hematemesis, Epistaxis, Hematochezia, Chest Fullness and Blood Stasis.......... 221 Chapter XVII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Nausea and Vomiting, Retching and Diarrhea.......... 230 Chapter XVIII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Ulcerous Diseases of Skin, Acute Appendicitis and Jinyin (Acute Eczema) .......... 230 Chapter XIX On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Diseases on Extremities, Hernia and Ascariasis .......... 267 Chapter XX On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Gynopathy During Pregnancy.......... 273 Chapter XXI On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Postpartum Diseases.......... 284 Chapter XXII On Pulse, Symptom Complex and Treatment of Miscellaneous Gynecological Diseases .......... 295

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Zhang Zhongjing
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Descripción Foreign Language Press, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1st Edition. No shipping cost charged. Shipping charged will be totally retuned. Language :Chinese and English ;311 pages Jinkui Yaolue, Synopsis of Golden Chamber in medical book or Essential Medical Treasures of the Golden Chamber in prescription book is a classic clinical book of traditional Chinese medicine written by Zhang Zhongjing (150-219) at the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty and first published in the Northern Song Dynasty. The oldest known extant copy, believed to be bibliographically closest to the original, dates to 1340 and was printed with woodcuts in the early Ming dynasty. Zhang Zhongjing, formal name Zhang Ji, was an Eastern Han physician and one of the most eminent Chinese physicians during the later years of the Eastern Han. He established medication principles and summed up the medicinal experience up until that time, thus making a great contribution to the development of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He learned medicine by studying from his townsfellow Zhang Bozu, assimilating from previous medicinal literature, and collecting many prescriptions elsewhere, finally writing the medical masterpiece "Shanghan Zabing Lun" (lit. "Treatise on Cold Pathogenic and Miscellaneous Diseases"). Shortly after its publication the book was lost during wartime. Due to Zhang's contribution to Traditional Chinese medicine he is often regarded as the sage of Chinese medicine. Zhang's masterpiece, Shanghan Zabing Lun, was collected by later people and compiled into two books, namely the Shang Han Lun (lit. "On Cold Damage"), which was a discourse on how to treat epidemic infectious diseases causing fevers prevalent during his era, and the other, highly influential doctrine Jinkui Yaolue (lit. "Essential Prescriptions of the Golden Coffer"), a compendium of his clinical experiences. These two texts have been heavily reconstructed several times up to the modern era. Revered for authoring the Shang Han Za Bing Lun, Zhang Zhongjing is considered to have founded the Cold Damage or "Cold Disease" school of Chinese medicine and is widely considered the seminal expert to this day. Nº de ref. de la librería 115578

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Descripción Soft cover. Estado de conservación: New. Language:Chinese.Author:Zhang Zhongjing.Binding:Soft Cover. Nº de ref. de la librería 0907975

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Descripción New World Press, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1st Edition. Language: Chinese and English bilingual, Size:240*160mm/311 pages. Jinkui Yaolue, Synopsis of Golden Chamber in medical book or Essential Medical Treasures of the Golden Chamber in prescription book is a classic clinical book of traditional Chinese medicine written by Zhang Zhongjing (150-219) at the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty and first published in the Northern Song Dynasty. The oldest known extant copy, believed to be bibliographically closest to the original, dates to 1340 and was printed with woodcuts in the early Ming dynasty. Nº de ref. de la librería 4225

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