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European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
European and Chinese Medicine
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  • European and Asian MedicinesEuropean and Asian MateriaMedicaEuropean and Asian Medical and Health Systems: The Clashes and Integration
  • Ancient European Medicine (Aristotle Engeria)= Asian Ancient MedicineMedieval European Medicine HERBS = Asian HERBSModern Europeans after Industrial Revolution = Moderning Chinese
  • Asian Meridian System
  • Acupuncture is the procedure of inserting and manipulating needles into various points on the body to relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes.Meridian SystemAcupuncture PointsA headache or cephalgia is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It can be a symptom of a number of different conditions of the head and neck.[1] The brain tissue itself is not sensitive to pain because it lacks pain receptors. Rather, the pain is caused by disturbance of the pain-sensitive structures around the brain. Several areas of the head and neck have these pain-sensitive structures, which are divided in two categories: within the cranium (blood vessels, meninges, and the cranial nerves) and outside the cranium (the periosteum of the skull, muscles, nerves, arteries and veins, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses and mucous membranes).
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    • 2. European and Chinese Medicine<br /><ul><li>A General Picture and the Comparison of European and Chinese Medicines
    • 3. Interaction of European and Chinese Medicines</li></ul>07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />
    • 4. The Comparison of European Medicine and Chinese Medicine<br />07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />Independent Malfunction<br />Inter-related Malfunction<br />Interpretations of Illnesses and Diseases<br />Concept<br />Philosophical<br />Scientific<br />
    • 5. The Comparison of European Medicine and Chinese Medicine<br />07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />Treatment<br />Integrated Approach<br />Natural Herbs/ Acupuncture/ Massage<br />Allopathic Approach<br />Antibiotic Pills/ Surgery<br />
    • 6. The Comparison of European Medicine and Chinese Medicine<br />07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />Health Maintenance<br />Health Care System<br />Life Style<br />
    • 7. The Comparison of European Medicine and Chinese Medicine<br />07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />
    • 8. 07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />The Energy Flow<br />
    • 9. 07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Meeting of the two medicines<br />When and how?<br />
    • 10. 07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />The introduction of Western medicine in China<br />
    • 11. Forms of propagation<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Matteo Ricci,利瑪竇 , 1552-1610, 《西國記法》( The Shrine of Mnemosyne), neurology <br />
    • 12. Technical trial and practice<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />
    • 13. Medical Schools<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />
    • 14. Medical knowledge<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Physiology <br />
    • 15. Introduction of T.C.M. to the Europe<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Visit in China (trade, commission, medical researchers)<br />Félix Vicq-d’Azyr<br />(French, 1748-1794)<br />Johann Baptist Friedrich (German, 1825)<br />Doctors Ten Rhyne<br />(Dutch, 17th century) <br />
    • 16. 07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Contemporary developments and Interactions<br />
    • 17. 07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Theory,<br />Techology,<br />Equipment,<br />Medicine<br />
    • 18. 07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />Theory,<br />Techology,<br />Equipment,<br />Medicine<br />
    • 19. Healthy life style<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />
    • 20. Conclusion<br />07002580 HUNG Po Kwan Sindy<br />07014201 Wilson WONG Tsz Ming<br />Think beyond our imagination<br />Mutual learning<br />Clinical test <br />

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