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The Location of Acupoints - States Standard of the People's Republic of China:Medicine-Acupuncture
The Location of Acupoints - States Standard of the People's Republic of China[1 Book]
System #: BA-04-0016
ISBN:  7-119-01368-8
ISBN:  7119013688
Author: Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Language:  English
Publisher: Foreign Language Press, Beijing
Type: Hardcover
Pages: 276 Pages
List price: $42.00
Our Price: $36.00
Acupuncture and Moxibustion, which originated in China, has a history of more than 2,000 years. In the past 30-some years, the traditional Chinese medical specialist in scientific research, medical treatment and teaching departments have made every effort on the study of the location of points including several revisions of the national acupuncture textbooks, publishing of teaching materials in foreign languages, as well as measurement and point anatomy.

It in necessary to study, draw up and release a state standard for the location of acupuncture points, in view of the rapid development of the theories of meridians and collaterals and acupuncture, and in order to meet the need of technical exchange both at home and abroad.

The State Standard for the Location of Acupoints presents a thorough and accurate location of the points of the 14 meridians and a part of the extra points. More than 40 well-known specialists throughout the country have taken part in the research working out this standard. They are clinical acupuncture experts, medical literature experts, acupuncture anatomists and basic theory experts. Most of them are experts of traditional Chinese medicine, but some are experts of Western medicine. Some have been working in clinical practice, teaching and scientific research, and others are administrative cadres. Those who have engaged in this research are all the acupuncture experts and scholars with great attainments and profound knowledge. Therefore, this standard represents the state level in this field.

This state standard is approved by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and will go into effect as of January 1991. By then, all the units relating to medical treatment of acupuncture, teaching and scientific research throughout China must follow this standard strictly under government supervision.

The acupuncture nomenclature in the state standard is based on the Standard Acupuncture Nomenclature appraised and approved by the WHO Scientific Working Group to Adopt a Standard International Acupuncture Nomenclature.

Table of Contents:


1. The Basis and Methods for Locations of Points
1.1 The Basis for the Location of Points
1.2 The Methods for the Location of Points

2. Standard Locations of the Points of the 14 Meridians
2.1 Points of the Lung Meridian of the Hand
2.2 Points of the Large Intestine Meridian of the Hand
2.3 Points of the Stomach Meridian of the Foot
2.4 Points of the Spleen Meridian of the Foot
2.5 Points of the Heart Meridian of the Hand
2.6 Points of the Small Intestine Meridian of the Hand
2.7 Points of the Bladder Meridian of the Foot
2.8 Points of the Kidney Meridian of the Foot
2.9 Points of the Pericardium of the Hand
2.10 Points of the Triple Energizer (Sanjiao) of the Hand
2.11 Points of the Gallbladder Meridian of the Foot
2.12 Points of the Liver Meridian of the Foot
2.13 Points of the Du Meridian (Governor Vessel)
2.14 Points of the Ren Meridian (Conception Vessel)

3. Standard Locations of the Extra Points
3.1 Points of the Head and Neck
3.2 Points of the Chest and Abdomen
3.3 Points of the Back
3.4 Points of the Upper Extremities
3.5 Points of the Lower Extremities


1. Introduction
2. Records on Methods of the Location of Points


1. The Regional Anatomy of Points

1. Bibliography
2. Index of Regular Points
3. Index of Extra Points

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