Ge Hong

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Ge Hong, né à Jurong dans la province de Jiangsu, plus connu sous le nom de Ge Zhichuan, et Baopuzi un médecin célèbre et alchimiste mondialement connu, auteur de : Bao Puzi un traité sur l’alchimie, la diététique et certaines pratiques médicales magiques et Zhou Hou Bei Ji Fang « Un Manuel de Prescriptions d’Urgence ». Dans ce dernier ouvrage se trouvent des descriptions précises et des remarques sur les maladies et leur traitement.
1 · Bao Pu Zi Nei Pian
2 · Shen Xian Zhuan
3 · Zhou Hou Bei Ji Fang

Keue-Houng dit Pao-p’ou-tzeu in Wieger L. Histoire des croyances religieuses et des opinions philosophiques en Chine, 1917. Leçon 52. p 401-22.

Les arts de la chambre chez Ge Hong. Philippe Che.

Trois ermites medecins chinois. Huard et al. IIIèmes Journées Internationales d’Acupuncture, la Bouboule. 1957:23


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 [APPORT SCIENTIFIQUE DES « REMEDES D’URGENCE » DE GE HONG]. CAI JINFENG. xin yi yao xue zazhi. 1979;1:61 (chi*). 
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 GE HONG,RENOWNED ALCHEMIST AND PHYSICIAN. ZHENG BOCHENG. journal of tcm. 1986;6(2):155. (eng).
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 BAO GU, A WOMAN DOCTOR OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION IN JIN DYNASTY AND TESTUAL RESEARCH OF BAO GU AI. YANG SUNYI. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:23 (eng).
 La vie et l’oeuvre de Bao Gu femme médecin du IVème siècle aprés J.C, épouse du célèbre médecin Ge Hong.
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 [ON GE HONG’ THOUGHT OF KEEPING IN GOOD HEALTH]. DONG SHAOPING. acta chinese medicine and pharmacology. 1993;4:17 (chi).
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 [RESEARCH ABOUT GE HONG’S IDEAS OF HEALTH PRESERVING IN THE ETERNAL PIECE OF BAO PUZI]. HUANG FEILI. china journal of traditional chinese medicine and pharmacy. 1998;13(2):16 (chi*).
 Ge Hong was a famous physician and Taoist in Jin Dynasty, he wrote the book Internal Piece of Bao Puzi. The paper deals with his characteristic ideas of health preserving in the book: 1. To seek longevity. 2. To advocate to follow virture. 3.To adopt various methods for health preserving.
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 [GE HONG’S OPINION ABOUT QIGONG]. XIE YUANJI. qigong and physical training. 1999;7: (chi ).
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 [A DISCUSSION ON GE HONG’ S CONTRIBUTION TO ORTHOPEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY]. ZHANG JIAN ET AL. henan traditional chinese medicine. 2000;20(4):13 (chi*).
 Ge Hong believes hemorrhage from serious traumas may lead to consumption of the body fluid, and should be treated by promoting production of the body fluid and nourishing the blood. Traumas without bleeding will give rise to blood stasis, which should be removedby promoting blood circulation. Elimination of extravasated blood by catharsis should be applied to patients with internal injuries in chest and abdomen, and anodyne used for patients injured as the result of tumbles to promote blood flow and remove blood stasis. He was also the first to apply massage in restoration of dislocated joints, and small splint immobilization for fractures.
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 [ON ATHEISTIC THOUGHTS IN GE HONG’S « TAOISM MEANING » AND « PUZZLE ABSTENTION »]. SUN QI-MING. knowledge of ancient medical literature. 2002;19(3):7 (chi).