von: Jiao, ShuDe/ Wiseman, N./ Brand, E.

Case Studies on Pattern Identification


Case Studies on Pattern Identification

2006, 312 pages

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Case Studies on Pattern Identification von Jiao, ShuDe/ Wiseman, N./ Brand, E.

Edited by Nigel Wiseman and Eric Brand.
Translated by Lynn Kuchinski.
Case study literature is widely regarded as one of the most useful tools for education and clinical development in the field of Chinese medicine.
However, few English case study resources truly illustrate the successes and failures of highly-skilled practitioners, and thus many such books fail to be truly useful in the clinic. By contrast, Paradigm's new case study text by Jiao Shu-De represents a breakthrough in high-quality case study literature.
Dr. Jiao is one of the most well-respected and well-known Chinese medical practitioners of the modern era. His extensive knowledge and profound clinical experience has been an inspiration to generations of modern Chinese students, and his collected works provide tremendous insight into medicinal therapy, formulas, and case-based treatment approaches. As the third and final publication in the series, this case study volume provides a fascinating insight into the clinical thought processes of one of the few true modern masters of our time. Dr. Jiao is a senior practitioner and educator in China with unparalleled clinical experience. In this text, he documents a variety of cases that cover nearly every specialty field in Chinese medicine.
Each case provides an in-depth patient history, and each patient is diagnosed and treated using the principle of pattern identification to determine treatment.
Readers will see Dr. Jiao's thought process as he correlates symptoms, identifies patterns, determines the treatment method, selects and modifies formulas, integrates biomedicine, and tracks the patient's progress. While students will benefit from this case-based approach to education, experienced practitioners will gain new insights from the sophisticated approach that Dr. Jiao utilizes.
Already a classic in China, this long-awaited text fills a clinical niche that makes it an essential addition to the library of all serious practitioners.
 
Jiao, ShuDe

Professor Jiao Shu-De
Full name: Jiao Shu-De Cong Bing Li Tan Bian Zheng Lun Zhi is a nationally recognized master, teacher and author.

Wiseman, N.

Nigel Wiseman
was born in the UK, studied Spanish and German at the Heriott-Watt University in Edinburgh, subsequently working as a French-English translator in Belgium while learning Chinese. He holds a doctorate in Complementary Health Sciences from Exeter University, and is the author and translator of a prodigious body of work on Chinese medicine, including such outstanding classics as Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine, Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture, Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine, Shang Han Lun Yi Shi, Chinese Medical Chinese: Grammar and Vocabulary, and Introduction to the English Terminology of Chinese Medicine. A long-time resident of Taiwan, Dr. Wiseman is currently a lecturer of Chinese medical studies at Chang Gung Medical University in Taipei.

Brand, E.

Eric Brand, M.S., L.Ac.,
is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Brand is a fluent Chinese speaker with extensive experience studying in mainland China and Taiwan. He completed a prolonged internship at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan, and he has participated in numerous projects related to Chinese medicine translation, herbal research, and TCM politics. He is the co-author of Concise Chinese Materia Medica and he has edited a variety of modern classical texts.
Eric Brand has a passion for Chinese herbal pharmacy, and he travels extensively to study with experts in the field of herbal authentication and quality discernment. In addition to being the founder of Legendary Herbs, he works at Blue Poppy Enterprises as an author, lecturer, and herbal medicine specialist, and in the past he has worked as an instructor and clinical supervisor at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California. Brand is a TCM advisor to the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia and the Co-Chair of International Affairs for the AAAOM, and he constantly has too much on his plate on both sides of the Pacific-Ocean.

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