2 edition of A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature found in the catalog.
A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature
Who Scientific Group on International Ac
by World Health Organization
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
The World Health Organization (WHO) published A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature Report in 1. For example, Lu- 9 identifies the 9th acupuncture point on the lung meridian, t. The only glitch with this unique systemized method can be found on the urinary bladder meridian, where the outer line of 1. The validation of a New System of transcription of acupuncture points on the ear: the au- ricular sectogram. DZA ; 52(3): 10 Wang L, Zhou LQ, Zhao BX. Thoughts and strategies of developing an international standard of nomenclature and location of auricular acupuncture Cited by: 7.
In , a Japanese Meridian and Points Committee was established and recommended Japanese names and an international numbering system for each acupuncture point. In China, the All China Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society subsequently set up a Nomenclature Committee, which developed a national system of names. A proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature: report of a WHO scientific group. Geneva: World Health Organization; A proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature: report of a WHO scientific group. World Health Organization. Acupuncture: review and analysis of reports on controlled clinical trials.
In , The World Health Organization (WHO) developed A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature Report, which identifies acupuncture points. But what are acupuncture points? As I’m sure you will have guessed by now, the term “acupuncture points” is no bueno. Acupuncture points & use of moxibustion, found in the popular literature & paintings of 17th century Japan. Omura, Y. (). On the special occasion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of Pergamon Press: a brief historical background of "Acupuncture & electro-therapeutics research", the international journal.
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A proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature 2. Background Historical perspective Acupuncture-a unique system of therapy and pain relief-has been in constant use throughout the Chinese-culture area for some years. It developed during the Chou period (first millennium.
Records the consensus reached by a group of 12 experts commissioned to develop a standard international nomenclature for identifying the meridians, points, and lines used in acupuncture.
The nomenclature, which has been under development sinceis intended to facilitate communication among those engaged in both the practice of acupuncture and research into.
this report records the consensus reached by experts to propose a standardinternational nomenclature for acupuncture to help in the taching, research and clinical practice. AUDIENCE: ACUPUNCTURE PHYSICIANS, MEDICAL SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS SPECIALIZING IN ACUPUNCTURE. [and] an explanation of factors that have repeatedly hindered past efforts to develop a standard international nomenclature [The] proposed nomenclature is set out in 18 pages of tables and figures.
Each of the 14 main meridians used in classical acupuncture is identified by its name in the Chinese phonetic alphabet (Pinyin), its Han character name, a proposed name.
Nomenclature proposals to date 5: The importance of a common language: 3. Proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature: Structure of the proposed nomenclature: The 14 main meridians: The classical acupuncture points: The 8 extra meridians: The 48 extra points: Scalp acupuncture lines: 4.
"A WHO Scientific Group on International A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature book Nomenclature met in Geneva from 30 October to 3 November "--P.
Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: WHO Scientific Group on International Acupuncture Nomenclature. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 30 pages: illustrations.
A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature 作者: World Health Organization 出版社: World Health Organization 副标题: Report of a Who Scientific Group 出版年: 页数: 30 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: The proposed standard international nomenclature is based on surface anatomy so as to facilitate localization of the lines, but their relationship to the underlying functional structures has not changed.
Fig. Scalp acupuncture lines MS12, MS13 and MS14 superimposed on functional zones of the brain*. WHO’s initiative began in After a series of preliminary consultations, the Regional Office for the Western Pacific convened a Working Group on the Standardization of Acupuncture Nomenclature in Manila in Thanks to the work of this group, as well as that of experts who met inand InA Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclaturewas published by WHO in Geneva and a revised edition of Standard Acupuncture Nomenclature(Part 1 and 2) was published by the Regional Office for the Western Pacific in Manila.
The Tokyo meeting in approved the standard nomenclature of31 extra points and adopted brief explanations covering classical acupuncture point names, the standard nomenclature of scalp acupuncture and the basic lines for locations of acupuncture points, except the Lateral Cranial Line and Lateral Abdominal Size: 1MB.
In 1 99 1, A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature was published by WHO Headquarters and a revised edition of Standard Acupuncture Nomenclature was published by the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific.
The standard nomenclature for acupunture points in this publication was recommended by a WHO Working on the Standardization of Acupuncture Nomenclature in for use. And minor revisions were made by the Scientific Group to Adopt a Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature in File Size: KB.
Towards a standard nomenclature 2: Essential elements of a standard nomenclature 4: Nomenclature proposals to date 5: The importance of a common language: 3. Proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature: Structure of the proposed nomenclature: The 14 main meridians: The classical acupuncture points: 3.
Proposed standard international acupuncture nomenclature: Scalp acupuncture lines Stay safe and healthy. Please wash your hands and practise social distancing. The WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific organized a working group for the Standardization of Acupuncture Nomenclature.
Inafter 10 years of working, a consensus was reached with both the Manila Regional Office and the WHO Scientific Group in Geneva, and the proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature was published Cited by: 3.
"WHO 90/Atar- A Proposed Standard for International Acupuncture Nomenclature" C 6 H S). A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature: Scalp acupuncture lines was formally published in by WHO. In modern time, SA is often applied for treatment of central nervous system disorders and various acute or chronic pains and has achieved specific curative by: standard international acupuncture nomenclature .
Yet, at national Acupuncture Nomenclature proposed by the WH O  or Book of Changes) and subordinates to the Meridian Theory. The standard nomenclature for acupuncture points in this publication was recommended by a WHO Work ing Group on the Standardization of Acupuncture Nomenclature for universal use.
For further information, please contact the World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western'Pacific, P.O. BoxManila, Philippines.
The report mentioned that some additional aspects of the standard international acupuncture nomenclature still remain to be considered, notably with respect to auricular acupuncture (e.g., the forty-three AAPs of proven therapeutic value, the location of which is generally accepted.) and the basic technical terms used in : Lei Wang, Jia Yang, Baixiao Zhao, Liqun Zhou, Andreas Wirz-Ridolfi.
After the discussion in the standardization working group in, andconsensus of opinion has been reached and named as A Proposed Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature: Scalp acupuncture by: The Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature proposed by the WHO claimed that there were 14 main meridians and eight extra meridians.
However, the anatomic structure of these meridians remains baffling. Researchers have tried to provide evidence for the physical existence of these meridians since the early by: