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Treatise on Febrile (Shang Han Lun) -Library of Chinese Classics Chinese-English
Compiled by Zhang Zhongjing, Eastern Han Dynasty, translated into English by Luo Xiwen
Published by New World Press, 2008
Library binding book, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16, 1 Volume, 239 pages
ISBN: 9787801878496

Shang Han Lun or Shang Han Za Bin Lun, is the treatise on Cold Disease Damage by Zhang Zhongjing published in 220 AD, the Hippocrates of Traditional Chinese medicine. It is the oldest complete clinical textbook in world medical history, and one of the four most important canonical medical classics which students must study in Chinese medical education.

Shang Han Lun has 397 sections with 112 herbal prescriptions. The discussion is based on the Six Divisions:
TAl YANG (greater yang): a milder stage with external symptoms of chills, fevers, stiffness, and headache. Therapy: sweating
YANG MING (yang brightness): a more severe internal excess yang condition with fever without chills, distended abdomen, and constipation. Therapy: cooling and eliminating
SHAO YANG (lesser yang): half outside, half inside half excess and half deficiency with chest discomfort, alternating chills, and fever. Therapy: harmonizing
TAl YIN (greater yin): chills, distended abdomen with occasional pain. Therapy: warming with supplementing.
SHAO YIN (lesser yin): weak pulse, anxiety, drowsiness, diarrhea, chills, cold extremities. Therapy: warming with supplementing
JUE YIN (absolute yin): thirst, difficult urination, physical collapse. Therapy: warming with supplementing

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.

Treatise on Febrile (Shang Han Lun) -Library of Chinese Classics Chinese-English
Compiled by Zhang Zhongjing, Eastern Han Dynasty, translated into English by Luo Xiwen
Published by New World Press, 2008
Library binding book, dimensions 960 x 640, 1/16, 1 Volume, 239 pages
ISBN: 9787801878496

Shang Han Lun or Shang Han Za Bin Lun, is the treatise on Cold Disease Damage by Zhang Zhongjing published in 220 AD, the Hippocrates of Traditional Chinese medicine. It is the oldest complete clinical textbook in world medical history, and one of the four most important canonical medical classics which students must study in Chinese medical education.

Shang Han Lun has 397 sections with 112 herbal prescriptions. The discussion is based on the Six Divisions:
TAl YANG (greater yang): a milder stage with external symptoms of chills, fevers, stiffness, and headache. Therapy: sweating
YANG MING (yang brightness): a more severe internal excess yang condition with fever without chills, distended abdomen, and constipation. Therapy: cooling and eliminating
SHAO YANG (lesser yang): half outside, half inside half excess and half deficiency with chest discomfort, alternating chills, and fever. Therapy: harmonizing
TAl YIN (greater yin): chills, distended abdomen with occasional pain. Therapy: warming with supplementing.
SHAO YIN (lesser yin): weak pulse, anxiety, drowsiness, diarrhea, chills, cold extremities. Therapy: warming with supplementing
JUE YIN (absolute yin): thirst, difficult urination, physical collapse. Therapy: warming with supplementing

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.

汉英对照大中华文库:伤寒论
作者:(东汉)张仲景著,罗希文 英译br /> 出版社:新世界出版社
出版日期:2007年9月
包装:精装一卷,小16开,239页
ISBN: 9787801878496

内容简介

《伤寒论》和《金匮要略》是中医最重要的两部著作,写于公元三世纪初,著者为素有医圣之名的张仲景。这两部著作之于中医犹如牛顿定律之于物理学与欧几里德 原理之于几何学。迄今为止,这两部著作不仅依然用作中医院校的教材,也是中医行医和研究者研究中医的参考书。这两部著作最早为一部书,名为《伤寒杂病 论》,流传过程中散失。经后人整理编纂,其中外感热病内容集为《伤寒论》,内科杂病部分则更名为《金匮要略方论》,简称《金匮要略》。

本书为《伤寒论(汉英对照)》。

目录

辨太阳病脉证并治(上)
辨太阳病脉证并治(中)
辨太阳病脉证并治(下)
辨阳明病脉证并治
辨少阳病脉证并治
辨太阴病脉证并治
辨少阴病脉证并治
辨厥阴病脉证并治
辨霍乱病脉证并治
辨阴阳易差后劳复病脉证并治

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