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Coronary Artery Disease & Hyperlipidemia

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- The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine

by Huang Chun-lin and Zou Xu

Cardiovascular disease has been life-threatening to human being. The occurrence of cardiovascular disease is increasing because of population aging, fierce social competition and improper eating habits.

Chinese medicine has a long history in treating cardiovascular disease. Its clinical curative effects have already been verified by a large number of clinical experiments. The researches of organic integration of biomedical techniques in the recent twenty years and Chinese medicine have revealed much of the mechanism of Chinese medicine in treating cardiovascular diseases. This presents a great prospect for Chinese medicine.

Coronary artery disease and hyperlipidemia are currently two hot research topics among medical researchers throughout the world. The book of Coronary Artery Disease and Hyperlipidemia is an important component in the series of the Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine, that is intended to systematically summarize the clinical experiences of treating cardiovascular disease with Chinese medicine and collect experts' clinical insights to demonstrate the highest level of Chinese medical treatments.

The book extensively covers the present clinical results achieved in treating coronary artery disease and hyperlipidemia. Those results demonstrate superiority and characteristics of traditional Chinese medical therapy and its practicality and advance.

This book will provide a beneficial reference to the Chinese medical practitioners, clinicians and researchers of integrative medicine.

Coronary Artery Disease

by Huang Chun-lin, Zou Xu, Zhang Min-zhou, Chen Bo-jun, etc.

Overview
Chinese Medical Etiology and Pathomechanism
Chinese Medical Treatment
  Pattern Differentiation and Treatment

  1. The Treatment of Episodic Stage
  2. The Treatment of Remissive Stage

  Additional Treatment Modalities

  1. Chinese Patent Medicine: 宽胸气雾剂Kuan Xiong Qi Wu Ji; 寒性心痛气雾剂Han Xing Xin Tong Qi Wu Ji; 热性心痛气雾剂Re Xing Xin Tong Qi Wu Ji; 麝香保心丸She Xiang Bao Xin Wan; 苏冰滴丸Su Bing Di Wan; 速效救心丸Su Xiao Jiu Xin Wan; 冠心苏合香丸Guan Xi Su He Xiang Wan; 复方丹参滴丸Fu Fang Dan Shen Di Wan; 地奥心血康Di Ao Xin Xue Kang; 川芎嗪注射液Chuan Xiong Qin Zhu She Ye; 丹参注射液Dan Shen Zhu She Ye; 生脉注射液Sheng Mai Zhu She Ye; 蝮蛇抗栓酶Fu She Kang Shuan Mei
  2. Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  3. External Appucation at Acupoints
  4. Ear Acupuncture
  5. Tui Na Massage
  6. Pressing Therapy
  7. Simple Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas

Prognosis
Preventive Healthcare
  Prevention: Bring Risk Factors under Control; Improvement in Lifestyle
  Lifestyle Modification
  Dietary Recommendation
  Regulation of Emotional and Mental Health
Clinical Experience of Renowned Physicians
  Empirical Formulas

  1. Treating Chest Blockage of Turbid Phlegm Obstruction Type with Modified温胆汤 Wen Dan Tang by Deng Tie-tao
  2. Treating Chest Blockage of Qi Stagnation and Blood Stasis Type with 调气化瘀汤Tiao Qi Hua Yu Fang by Dong Jian-hua
  3. Treating Chest Blockage of Yang Deficiency and Qi Stagnation Type with 理冠通痹汤Li Guan Tong Bi Tang by Cheng Wan-li
  4. Treating Chest Blockage of Both Qi and Yin Deficiency with 宁心汤Ning Xin Tang by Meng Bai-san

Selected Case Studies

  1. Zhu Chen-yu's Case Studies - Heart Vessel Obstruction
  2. Liu Zhi-ming's Case Studies - Qi Stagnation due to Yang Deficiency
  3. Dong Jian-hua's Case Studies - Both Qi and Yin Deficiency
  4. Zhou Ming-qi's Case Studies - Qi Stagnation and Blood Stasis

Discussions

  1. Chen Ke-ji's Commends on Distinguishing Cold, Heat, Deficiency and Excess in Differentiating Syndromes
  2. Deng Tie-tao's Commends on Dredging as Tonifying and Simultaneous Application of Purging and Tonifying
  3. Huang Chun-lin's Commends on Integrating Pattern and Disease Differentiations
  4. Dong Jian-hua's Therapeutic Principle of Replenishing Qi and Invigorating Blood, Dispersing Obstruction and Eliminating Phlegm
  5. Cao Ti-yin's Comments on Dispersing the Lung to Relieve Constraint and Activating Qi Circulation
  6. Zhou Ci-qing's Commends on Eliminating Pathogens First and Strengthening Body Resistance Next
  7. Zhao Xi-wu's Comments on Overall Consideration for Treating Coronary Artery Disease from Heart, Lung, Spleen and Stomach
  8. Supplementing the Kidney and Rectifying the Lung and Stomach
  9. Water and Fire Failing to Assist Each Other

Perspective of Integrative Medicine
  Challenges and Solutions

  1. How to Diagnose Refractory Angina Pectoris
  2. Strategy for Treating Refractory Angina Pectoris

  Insight from Empirical Wisdom

  1.  Insight from Pattern Differentiation
  2.  Insight for Treatments during Onset and Remissive Stage
  3.  Insight form Treatments of Integrative Medicine
  4.  Strategy for Integrating Traditional Chinese medicine and Biomedicine: Treating Angina Pectoris by Biomedicine, Preventing and Treating Atherosclerosis by Traditional Chinese Medicine; Treating Angina Pectoris by Biomedicine and Treating Specious Precordial Pain by Traditional Chinese Medicine; Interventional Therapy by Biomedicine and Preventing Restenosis by Traditional Chinese Medicine; Treating Coronary Artery Disease by Biomedicine, Reducing Side Effects of Biomedical Drugs by Traditional Chinese Medicine

Selected Quotes from Classical Texts
Modern Research
  Clinical Research
  Experimental Studies

Hyperlipidemia

by Huang Chun-lin, Zou Xu, Zhang Min-zhou, Chen Bo-jun, etc.

Overview
Chinese Medical Etiology and Pathomechanism
Chinese medical Treatment
  Pattern Differentiation and Treatment

  1. Spleen Deficiency Leading to Excessive Dampness
  2. Turbid Phlegm Obstruction
  3. Qi Stagnation and Blood Stasis
  4. Yin Deficiency and Yang Hyperactivity
  5. Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency
  6. Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency

  Additional Treatment Modalities
    Chinese Patent Medicine: 绞股蓝冲剂Jiao Gu Lan Chong Ji; 月见草油丸Yue Jian Cao You Wan; 绞股蓝总甙片Jiao Gu Lan Zong Dai Pian; 脂必妥片Zhi Bi Tuo Pian; 血脂康Xue Zhi Kang, 轻身降脂片Qing Shen Jiang Zhi Pian, 减肥降脂灵Jian Fei Jiang Zhi Ling; 六味地黄丸Liu Wei Di Huang Wan; 复方丹参滴丸Fu Fang Dan Shen Di Wan; 银杏叶片Yin Xing Ye Pian
    Acupuncture and Moxibustion
    Tui Na Massage

Prognosis
Preventive Healthcare
  Lifestyle Modification
  Dietary Recommendation
  Regulation of Emotional and Mental Health
Clinical Experience of Renowned Physicians
  Empirical Formulas

  1. Treating Qi Deficiency with Phlegm Stasis Type with 双降汤Shuang Jiang Tang by Zhu Liang-chun
  2. Treating Turbid Phlegm Obstruction Type with 奚氏验方Xi Shi Yan Fang by Xi Feng-lin
  3. Treating Qi Deficiency and Blood Stasis Type with 益心健脑汤Yi Xin Jian Nao Tang by Zhou Ci-qing
  4. Treating Spleen Deficiency and Phlegm Stagnation Type with 祛脂方Qu Zhi Fang by Zhu Zeng-bo
  5. Treating Brain Marrow Deficiency Type with 补脑消脂方Bu Nao Xiao Zhi Tang by Ling Guo-shu
  6. Treating Deficiency Resistance and Lingering Evil Type with 降脂通脉饮Jiang Zhi Tong Mai Yin by Shao Nian-fang
  7. Treating Kidney Deficiency with Damaged Essence Type with 固本降脂丸Gu Ben Jiang Zhi Wan by Lin Shui-miao

Selected Case Studies

  1. Zhao Shao-qin's Case Studies - Static Phlegm Heat Stagnation
  2. Zhu Liang-chun's Case Studies - Deficient Qi and Yin with Interior Stagnation by Turbid Stasis
  3. Shao Nian-fang's Case Stuies - Damaged Yin and Blood Stasis
  4. Bo Zhong-ying's Case Studies - Spleen and Kidney both Deficient with Interior Stagnation by Turbid Phlegm
  5. Zhao Liu-jiu's Case Studies - Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency with Turbid Stasis Obstruction
  6. Ling Guo-shu's Case Studies - Deficient Liver and Kidney with Phlegm Stasis
  7. Yao Pei-fa's Case Studies - Deficient Spleen and Dampness Prevails
  8. Pu Jia-zuo's Case Studies - Deficiency of both Spleen and Kidney, Internal Generation of Turbid Phlegm
  9. Liao Zuo-chun's Case Studies - Insufficient Liver and Kidney, Internal Smoldering Phlegm Heat
  10. Guo Shi-kui's Case Studies - Spleen Losing Transportation Function, Excessive Congestion of Turbid Phlegm

Discussions

  1. Yao Pei-fa's Advocacy of Beginning with Treating Dampness, Phlegm and Deficiency
  2. Zhou Zhong-ying's Skillful Paired Medicinals Based on Different Pathomechanisms of Yin Defficiency, Hyperactive Yang, Turbid Stasis and Internal Wind: Damaged Kidney and hyperactive Liver, he shou wu (Radix Polygoni Multiflori) and ci ji li (Fructus Tribuli) benefit the Kidney and calm the Liver; Turbid stasis obstructing collaterals, jiang can (Bombyx Batryticatus) and shan zha (Fructus Crataegi) descend turbidity and move stasis; Liver fire thrusting, jin que gen (Radix Caraganae Sinicae) and luo bu ma (Folium Apocyni Veneti) clear the Liver and descend blood pressure; Collateral obstruction, water clogged, chu shi zi (Fructus Broussonetiae ) and tian xian teng (Herba Aristolochiae) dredge and promote water flow; Deficient wind stirring internally, mu li (Concha Obstreae), zhen zhu mu (Concha Margaritifera) and shellifish suppress and sedate; Internal wind dashing in the collaterals, xi xian cao (Herba Siegesbeckiae) and lu xian cao (Herba Pyrolae) dredge and arrest wind
  3. Liao Zuo-chun Advocates to Regulate and Tonify liver and Kidney, Transform Phlegm and Dispel Stasis
  4. Chen Ke-zhong Advocates Kidney Deficiency is Root, Phlegm Stasis is Branch
  5. Zhao Sh-yu Advocates Kidney Deficiency and Blood Stasis being the Fundamental Pathomechanism
  6. Pu Jia-zuo Treats Hyperlipidemia from the Perspective of Phlegm
  7. Yan De-xin Believes When Diseases Involves Five Zang, Emphasis Should be Placed on Spleen and When Treating Phlegm and Stasis concurrently, Regulate Qi First

Perspective of Integrative Medicine
  Disease Differentiation and Treatment

  1. Improve the metabolism of lipids
  2. Anti-coagulation and antiplatelet arregation
  3. Inhibit the hyperplasia of vascular smooth muscle cells (SMC)
  4. Protect vascular endothelial cells, and anti-lipid peroxidation
  5. Shrink arteriosclerotic plagues 

  The Merging Point of Integrative Medicine

  1. Biomedical Drugs Lower Lipids, Chinese Medicinals Eliminate Symptoms
  2. Biomedical Drugs Lower Lipids, Chinese Medicinals Prevent Atherosclerosis
  3. Biomedical Drugs Lower Lipids, Chinese Medicinals Eliminate the Side Effects of Lipid Lowering Drugs 

Selected Quotes from Classical Texts
Modern Research
  Clinical Research
  Experimental Studies

coronary artery disease and hyperlipidemia

Title: Coronary Artery Disease and Hyperlipidemia
Author: Huang Chun-lin & Zou Xu
Series: The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine
Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House, 2007
Language: English
Binding: Soft paper cove, 9.2 x 7.1 x 1 inches, 294 pages
ISBN: 9787117090896

This book is an important component text in the series The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine.

It comprehensively introduces the characteristics of TCM diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease and hyperlipidemia, modern research achievements, and other critical information from the TCM perspective. It contains detailed descriptions and summaries of current clinical research on coronary artery disease and hyperlipidemia, with a focus on the advantages and characteristics of TCM.

Features:

  • Pattern differentiation and treatment with Chinese medicinals and acupuncture
  • Clinical experience of renowned physicians
  • Case studies from famous Chinese doctors
  • Relevant contemporary research on pattern differentiation and formulas
  • Selected quotes from classical texts

About the Author

Professor Huang Chun-lin is a professor and state approved Doctoral supervisor at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. He is recognized as a renowned Chinese medical physician of Guangdong Province. Professor Huang is dedicated to clinical practice treating cardiac disease for 30 years. In the past 10 years, he has been also heading the "Renal Center". He specializes in integrative medical diagnosis and treatment for cardiac and renal disease, and has his unique understanding of many refractory diseases in internal medicine. Because of his extraordinary medical achievement, he was recognized by Guangdong provincial government as a "Renowned Physician of Chinese Medicine in Guangdong Province".

Professor Zou Xu is a chief physician at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, and the assistant director of Cardiology Center of Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine, where he is also the vice-president. He does researches on "five zang relevance theory" for diagnosing and treating cardiovascular disease and applies Chinese medical therapy in combination with modern advanced techniques to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease and critical diseases. He specialized in treating cardiovascular disease with integrative medicine.

书名:中医临床实用系列 - 冠心病与高血脂症(英文版)
作者: 黄春林 邹旭 编 著
出版社: 人民卫生出版社,第1版2007
开本/装帧:16开平装本,294页
ISBN: 9787117090896


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