FU WEIKANG

Fu Weikang (1930-)

Né en 1930, dans la province du Fujian, le professeur adjoint Fu Weikang termina ses études en 1957 à l’Institut de Médecine No 1 de Shanghai. Depuis 1959, il travaille à l’Institut de Médecine traditionnelle chinoise de Shanghai. Maintenant, il est directeur du bureau de recherches sur l’histoire de la médecine chinoise et directeur adjoint du bureau de recherches sur l’enseignement de l’histoire de la médecine chinoise, dans ce même institut. Fu Weikang a été élu en 1979 membre du Comité permanent de la Société de Recherches sur l’Histoire de la Médecine chinoise, membre du conseil de la Société de Recherches sur l’Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques de Chine, membre du conseil de l’Association du Musée de Sciences naturelles de Chine et membre du conseil de la Société de Recherches en Anthropologie. Ses principales œuvres sont l’Aperçu de l’histoire de l’acupuncture chinoise et le Manuel d’histoire de la médecine traditionnelle chinoise.

 Abrégé de la médecine et de la pharmacologie chinoise. Beijing: Ediitons en langues Etrangères. 1986.

 

 

Abrégé de la médecine et de la pharmacologie chinoise. Beijing: Editions en langues Etrangères.
 1986.
 

Fu Weikang, Li Jingwei and Lin Shaogeng. Zhongguo yixue tongshi. Beijing: Renmin weisheng chubanshe. 2000.

Articles critiques

« La lune étrangère est plus brillante ». Milsky C. Méridiens. 1989;85:157-64.

De la propagande médicale chinoise en occident. Capdevielle MP. Contrepoint. 1990;26:21-6.

Bibliographie

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CATALOGUE OF PUBLICATIONS ON CHINESE MEDICINE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES (1956 TO 1962). WANG CHI-MIN ET FU WEIKANG. shanghai academy of chinese medicine,shanghai. 1963;: (eng).

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ACUPUNCTURE ANESTHESIA. HUI WEN ET FU WEIKANG. foreign languages press,peking. 1972;: (eng).

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L’ANESTHESIE PAR ACUPUNCTURE. HUI WEN ET FU WEIKANG. editions en langues etrangeres,peking. 1972;: (fra).

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THE STORY OF CHINESE ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION. FU WEIKANG. foreign languages press,peking. 1975;: (eng).

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[ANCIENNES INSCRIPTIONS SUR PIERRES SUR LE TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. FU WEIKANG. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1985;1:49 (chi).

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[PLANCHE DES POINTS D’ACUPUNCTURE, VIEILLE DE 300 ANS]. FU WEIKANG. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1985;6:49 (chi).

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TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE AND PHARMACOLOGY. FU WEIKANG. foreign languages press,beijing. 1985;:105P (eng).

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ABREGE DE LA MEDECINE ET DE LA PHARMACOLOGIE CHINOISE. FU WEIKANG. editions en langues etrangeres,beijing. 1986;:123P (fra).

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TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE AND PHARMACOLOGY. FU WEIKANG. alternative medicine. 1987;2(3-4):151-80 (eng).

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[WANG JIMIN : DEDICATION TO THE STUDY OF MEDICAL HISTORY FOR FIFTY YEARS]. FU WEIKANG. chinese journal of medical history. 1987;17(3):145-8 (chi).

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[MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS IN WEI, JIN, NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN DYNASTIES]. FU WEIKANG. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1990;10:10-4 (chi).

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[ORIGIN OF WORD « CANCER (AI) » AND « TUMOUR (LIU) »]. FU WEIKANG. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 1995;15(1):15 (chi).

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[TEXTUAL RESEARCH INTO A FEW OF DR SUN SIMIAO’S WORDS]. FU WEIKANG. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 1995;15(2):33 (chi).

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[EXPOSITIONS OF HYGIENE IN JOURNEY IN ANCIENT CHINESE LITERATURE]. FU WEIKANG. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 1995;15(3):33 (chi).

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[SUN SIMIAO’S GENERAL DESCRIPTION ON HEALTH PRESERVATION FOR THE AGED AND MEDICAL DIET ON HEALTH]. FU WEIKANG. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 1995;15(4):11 (chi).

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[SIXTY YEARS OF MUSEUM FOR HISTORY OF CHINESE MEDICINE]. FU WEIKANG. chinese journal of medical history. 1996;26(4):225-30 (chi*).

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[THE EARLIEST CLASSIFICATION OF DEPARTMENTS IN MEDICINE AND RULES IN MEDICAL EXAMINATION]. FU WEIKANG. knowledge of ancient medical litterature. 1999;2:32 (chi ).

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[SHI JI YAO YU, THE EARLIEST EXTANT MONOGRAPH ON TCM NURSERY.]. FU WEIKANG ET AL. chinese journal of medical history. 1999;29(3):139-40 (chi*).
Nursery of traditional Chinese medicine(NTCM) has a long history. However, due to the change and influence of the era, society, life style, and many other factors, NTCM did not become an independent discipline for a long period. Although there have been many articles about NTCM appearing in various historical books of traditional Chinese medicine, books specializing on NTCM were not available until later. The earliest ancient book, which is still currently available, describing NTCM in details is the  » Shi Ji Yao Yu « written by Qian Xiang in the Qing Dynasty. The book explains the key issues of taking care of a patient’s emotional well – being, life style, diet, illness, and drug administration which are of great practical significance now and for the future.

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[A POEM TO PROF FU WEIKANG]. YANG YUN. chinese medicine and traditional culture. 1999;1:20 (chi).