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- The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine

by Feng Wei-bin and Fan Guan-jie

The incidence of diabetes and obesity has dramatically increased in all parts of the world, a fact largely attributed to dietary and lifestyle changes that come with economic development. Obesity is closely linked with diabetes and can lead to endocrine, cerebrovascular diseases. Various complications induced by diabetes and obesity are endangering public health and have become one of the most challenging problems facing the world today.

There are many successful approaches for managing these two diseases in traditional Chinese medicine(TCM). With the continuous development of the medicine and its integration with modern scientific technology, TCM and biomedical research on diabetes and obesity has reached new heights. TCM has the advantages of unique diagnostic and treatment methods, stable efficacy, and little or no side-effects, it ca also regulate the health and strengthen the constitution. Such advantages cannot be replaced by Western medical treatment.

Diabetes

by Fan Guan-jie, Tang Xian-yu, and Zhu Zhang-zhi

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

  1. Exuberant Internal Dry Heat
  2. Spleen Deficiency with Damp Stagnation
  3. Liver Constraint and Qi Stagnation
  4. Retention of Water-Damp
  5. Qi and Blood Deficiency
  6. Static Blood Obstruction
  7. Kidney Yang Deficiency
  8. Kidney Yin Deficiency
  9. Dual Deficiency of Qi and Yin with Stasis Obstruction of the Vessels and Collaterals
  10. Liver and Gallbladder Damp-heat
  11. Damp-heat Pouring Downward

  Additional Treatment Modalities

  1.  Chinese Patent Medicine: 六味地黄丸Liu Wei Di Huang Wan, 金匮肾气丸Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan, 消渴丸Xiao Ke Wan, 知柏地黄丸Zhi Bai Di Huang, 中汇糖脉康颗粒Zhong Hui Tang Mai Kang Ke Li, 中汇川黄液Zhong Hui Chuan Huang Ye, 通泰胶囊Tong Tai Jiao Nang, 肾芪降糖颗粒Shen Qi Jiang Tang Ke Li, 玉泉胶囊Yu Quan Jiao Nang
  2. Acupuncture and Moxibustion
  3. Simple Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas

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

  1. 降糖药对方Jiang Tang Dui Fang (Paired Sugar-Lowering Medicinals Formula)
  2. Formula for Diabetes due to Qi and Yin Deficiency
  3. 白茯苓丸Modified Bai Fu Ling Wan (White Poria Pill)
  4. 消遥降糖饮Xiao Yao Jiang Tang Yin (Free Wanderer Sugar-Lowering Beverage)
  5. 四藤一仙汤Si Teng Yi Xian Tang (Four Vines and One Immortal Decoction)
  6. 糖尿病方Tang Niao Bing Fang (Diabetes Formula)

  Selected Case Studies

  1. Dual Deficiency of Qi and Yin
  2. Yin Deficiency with Dry Heat
  3. Dual Deficiency of Yin and Yang
  4. Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency with Dampness Encumbering the Middle Jiao
  5. Lung Drying with Fluid Impairment
  6. Accumulation of Heat in the Lung and Stomach

Discussions

  1. The Different Stages of Xiao Ke
  2. Draining Heat and Expelling Stasis
  3. Treating Diabetes via the Spleen
  4. Dual Deficiency of Qi and Yin
  5. Transforming Stasis
  6. Supplementation
  7. Supplementing the Kidney and Engendering Fluid
  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. Prevention and Early Diagnosis
  2. High Blood Glucose
  3. Preventing Complications
  4. Effective Integrative Treatment Approaches

  Insight from Empirical Wisdom
    When to Refer the Patient to Biomedical Care; Diagnosis; Pattern Differentiation; Treatment with Chinese Medicinals; Specific Medicinals
Selected Quotes from Classical Texts
Modern Research
  Clinical Research
  Experimental Studies

Obesity

by Feng Wei-bin and Chen Xiu-hua

Overview
Etiology and Pathomechanism: Simple Obesity; Secondary Obesity
Treatment: Dietary Therapy; Exercise Therapy; Pharmaceutical Drugs; Surgery

Chinese Medical Etiology and Pathomechanism

  1. Congenital Constitution
  2. Dietary Irregularities
  3. Disharmony of the Zang-fu
  4. Phlegm-Turbidity and Water-damp
  5. Preference for Leisure and Lack of Physical Activity

Chinese medical Treatment
  Pattern Differentiation and Treatment

  1.  Phlegm-damp Encumbering the Spleen
  2. Spleen Deficiency and Failure of Nutrient Transportation
  3. Stomach Heat and Spleen Deficiency
  4. Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency
  5. Phlegm and Stasis Obstruction

  Additional Treatment Modalities
    Chinese Patent Medicine: 月见草油胶囊Yue Jian Cao You Jiao Nang, 绞股蓝总甙胶囊Jiao Gu Lan Zong Dai Jiao Nang, 防风通圣丸Fang Feng Tong Sheng Wan, 一清胶囊Yi Qing Jiao Nang, 轻身降脂片Qing Shen Jiang Zhi Pian, 减肥降脂灵Jian Fei Jiang Zhi Ling
    Acupuncture and Moxibustion
    Simple Prescriptions and Empirical Formulas

Prognosis
  High Rate of Mortality; Hypertension; Coronary Artery Disease; Diabetes: Cholecystitis, Gallstones, and Fatty Liver
Preventive Healthcare
  Lifestyle Modification
  Dietary Recommendation
    Medicinal Recipes for Reducing Weight; Foods for Reducing Weight
  Regulation of Emotional and Mental Health
Clinical Experience of Renowned Physicians
  Empirical Formulas

  1. 消补减肥片Xiao Bu Jian Fei Pian (Dispersing and Supplementing Weight-Reducing Tablet)
  2. 荷叶减肥饮He Ye Jian Fei Yin (Lotus Leaf Weight-Reducing Beverage)
  3. 降脂减肥饮Jiang Zhi Jian Fei Yin (Lipid-Lowering Weight-Reducing Beverage)
  4. 减肥丸Jian Fei Wan (Weight-Reducing Pill)
  5. 疏肝消肥汤Shu Gan Xiao Fei Tang (Liver-Coursing Fat-Dispersing Decoction)
  6. 轻身一号方Qing Shen Yi Hao Fang (Lighten the Body Formula 1)
  7. 竹叶黄芪汤Zhu Ye Huang Qi Tang (Bamboo Leaf and Astragalus Decoction)
  8. 仙灵芪归汤Xian Ling Qi Gui Tang (Epimedium, Astragalus and Angelica Decoction)
  9. 达源饮加减Da Yuan Yin Jia Jian (Modified Membrane-Source-Opening Beverage)
  10. 减肥轻身乐Jian Fei Qing Shen Le (Happy Weight Loss and Light Body)
  11. 健脾益肾散Jian Pi Yi Shen San (Spleen-Fortifying Kidney-Boosting Powder)
  12. 牵牛子散Qian Niu Zi San (Morning Glory Seed Powder)
  13. 调脂减肥汤Tiao Zhi Jian Fei Tang (Lipo-Regulating Weight-Reducing Decoction)

Selected Case Studies

  1. Phlegm-Damp Encumbering the Spleen
  2. Spleen Deficiency with Phlegm-Stasis and Water Retention
  3. Stomach Heat Accumulation Leading to Phlegm, Fat, and Stasis
  4. Spleen Deficiency with Damp Obstruction
  5. Spleen Deficiency with Phlegm-damp and Concurrent Stomach Heat
  6. Spleen Qi Deficiency with Phlegm-damp Collecting Internally
  7. Spleen Qi Deficiency with Internal Obstruction of Phlegm-damp
  8. Vigorous Stomach Fire and Internal Obstruction of Damp-heat

Discussions

  1. Treatment Based on Pattern Differentiation
  2. Deficiency as the Root, Excess as the Branch
  3. Eight Methods for Treating Obesity Proposed by Dr Jiang You-li
    Transforming Dampness: 二术四苓汤Er Zhu Si Ling Tang (Two Atractylodes Four Poria Decoction), 防己黄芪汤Fang Ji Huang Qi Tang (Fangji and Astraglus Decoction), 泽泻汤Ze Xie Tang (Alisma Decoction)
    Dispelling Phlegm: 二陈汤Er Chen Tang (Two Matured Substances Decoction), 平胃汤Ping Wei Tang (Stomach-Calming Decoction), 三子养亲汤San Zi Yang Qin Tang (Three-seed Filial Devotion Decoction), 控涎汤Kong Xian Tang (Drool-Controlling Decoction)
    Disinhibiting Water: 五皮饮Wu Pi Yin (Five-Peel Beverage, 导水茯苓汤Dao Shui Fu Ling Tang (Water-Abducting Poria Decoction), 小分清饮Xiao Fen Qing Yin (Minor Separating and Clearing Beverage), 舟车丸Zhou Che Wan (Vessel and Vehicle Pill, Shi Zao Tang (Ten Jujubes Decoction)
    Freeing the Bowels: 小承气汤Xiao Cheng Qi Tang (Minor Qi-Coordinating Decoction), 调胃承气汤Tiao Wei Cheng Qi Tang (Stomach-Regulating Qi-Coordinating Decoction
    Abductive Dispersion: 三仙饮San Xian Yin (Three Immortals Beverage), 保和丸Bao He Wan (Harmony-Preserving Pill)
    Coursing the Liver and Disinhibiting the Gallbladder: 温胆汤Wen Dan Tang (Gallbladder-Warming Decoction), 疏肝饮Shu Gan Yin (Liver-Coursing Beverage)
    Fortifying the Spleen: 异功散Yi Gong San (Special Achievement Powder), 枳术丸Zhi Zhu Wan (Immature Bitter Orange and Atractylodes Macrocephalae Pill), 五苓散Wu Ling San (Five Substances Powder with Poria), 参苓白术散Shen Ling Bai Zhu San (Ginseng, Poria and Atractylodes Macrocephalae Powder)
    Warming Yang: 济生肾气丸Ji Sheng Shen Qi Wan (Life-Saving Kidney Qi Pill), 甘草附子汤Gan Cao Fu Zi Tang (Licorice and Aconite Decoction), 苓桂术甘汤Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang (Poria, Cinnamon Twig, Atractylodes Macrocephalae and Licorice Decoction)
  4. Treating Obesity via the Liver
  5. Treating Middle-age Simple Obesity by Supplementing the Kidney
  6. Spleen-Stomach and Liver-Kidney Impairment
  7. Male and Female Obesity
    Treating Female Obesity: 四逆散Si Ni San (Frigid Extremities Powder), 冷香丸Leng Xiang Wan (Cold Fragrance Pill), 防己黄芪汤Fang Ji Huang Qi Tang (Stephania Root and Astragalus Decoction), 泽泻饮Ze Xie Yin (Alisma Beverage), 左归丸Zuo Gui Wan (Left-Restoring Pill), 右归丸You Gui Wan (Right-Restoring Pill)
    Treating Male Obesity: 防风通圣散Fang Feng Tong Sheng San (Ledebouriella Sage-Inspired Powder), 三黄泻心汤San Huang Xie Xin Tang (Three Yellows Heart-draining Decoction), 左归丸Zuo Gui Wan (Left-Restoring Pill), 右归丸You Gui Wan (Right-Restoring Pill), 二至丸Er Zhi Wan (Double Supreme Pill)
  8. Phlegm-damp Constitution
  9. Obesity and the Liver
  10. Deficiency-Excess and Primary-Secondary
  11. Obesity-related Menstrual Block

Perspective of Integrative Medicine
  Challenges and Solutions
  Insight from Empirical Wisdom
Selected Quotes from Classical Texts
Modern Research
  Clinical Research
  Experimental Studies

diabetes and obesity

Title: Diabetes and Obesity
Author: Feng Wei-bin & Fan Guan-jie
Series: The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine
Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House, 2008
Language: English
Binding: Hardcopy, 9.2 x 7.1 x 1 inches, 380 pages
ISBN: 9787117106696

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 diabetes and obesity, modern research achievements, and other critical information from the TCM perspective. It contains detailed descriptions and summaries of current clinical research on diabetes and obesity, with a focus on the advantages and characteristics of TCM.

It is written for practitioners of TCM and for Western medical doctors who are interested in understanding Chinese medicine and acupuncture. This can also be adopted as a reference book for doctors specializing in TCM endocrinology, integrative medicine, obesity, or diabetes, visiting doctors, medical staff; senior medical students; graduate students; or anyone interested in this subject.

The therapeutic methods elaborated here are also excellent for preventing secondary complications, especially cardiovascular disease. Many patients will experience markedly effective results. No doubt, this book will also benefit the many patients who suffer with these conditions.

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 Feng Wei-bin is chief physician at the Second Teaching Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. He has engaged in several scientific projects, including research on the mechanism and effect of psychosocial factors on patients with diabetes which involved the use at 参芪片Shen Qi Pian, exploration of the relationship between blood stasis and peripheral neuropathy in diabetes, and research on peripheral neuropathy in diabetes associated with qi deficiency and blood stasis and its treatment with 糖痹胶囊Tang Bi Jiao Nang.

Professor Fan Guan-jie is a chief physician. He serves as Vice Director of the Diabetes Board of the China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Vice Chairman of the Diabetes Board of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Society. He is directly responsible for the creation of the new patent, 心脉康Xin Mai Kang, which has been approved by the State Food and Drug Administration of the People's Republic of China.

书名:中医临床实用系列 - 糖尿病与肥胖症(英文版)(精)
作者: 冯维斌 范冠杰 编 著
出版社: 人民卫生出版社,第1版2008
开本/装帧:16开精装本,380页
ISBN: 9787117106696


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