Gao Zhenwu (1927-)
Gao Zhenwu was born in January, 1927. He followed his father, Dr. Gao Shengshui, learning traditional Chinese medicine from the age of 12. In 1947, he took up study in the Chinese Acupuncture Research Clinic under Dr. Cheng Dan’an, and in the same year, he finished his course in the Tianjin Traditional Chinese Medicine Correspondence School. He then started a private clinic the following year. In August of 1950, he was invited to work at the Xiaolin Clinic in Yuyao County. Meanwhile, he was also given a chance to take a two-year course for teachers in the Zhejiang Traditional Chinese Medicine Refresher School. From 1957, Dr. Gao began to work as a teacher.Having done clinical work for thirty-eight years, Dr. Gao is well-experienced with many acute and severe diseases such as angina pectoris, hypertension, and-acute febrile diseases. He has also successfully treated arrhythemia, dizziness, Wei Syndrome, epilepsy, deaf-mutism, facial paralysis and sciatica. In collaboration with anatomy and art teachers, he edited the Acupuncture Anatomical Colour Atlas, which won the excellent scientific research achievement award at the Provincial Science Conference. His research programme on acupuncture treatment of arrhythemia was the fourth class winner of the provincial best achievement on science and technology. Dr. Gao is also the editor-in-chief of New Acupuncture. So far, he has published more than twenty theses and papers. At present, Dr. Gao is an associate professor and dean of the Acupuncture and Massage Department of Zhejiang Traditional Chinese Medicine College; head of the Acupuncture Research Section of his college; director of the Acupuncture Department in the Affiliated Hospital of the college; and a member of the Board of Directors of the Chinese Acupuncture Society. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989)
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OBSERVATIONS CLINIQUES SUR LES THERAPEUTIQUES PAR ACUPUNCTURE DE L’ARYTHMIE. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. mensuel du medecin acupuncteur. 1980;68:297-8 (fra).
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[OBSERVATIONS CLINIQUES SUR LE TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE DES ARYTHMIES]. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. advances in acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia,beijing. 1980;:53 (eng).
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[OBSERVATIONS CLINIQUES SUR LE TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE DES EXTRASYSTOLES]. GAO ZHENWU. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1983;6:27 (chi).
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[DIALECTIQUE DU TRAITEMENT DES MALADIES PAR ACUPUNCTURE ET MOXIBUSTION]. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. journal of zhejiang traditional chinese medicine college. 1983;7(3):11 (chi).
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[OBSERVATIONS CLINIQUES SUR 160 CAS D’ARYTHMIES TRAITES PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1983;5(6):6 (chi*).
Points principaux : 6MC, 7C, 15V, 14V. 1 séance par jour, 10 séances constituent une série. 84 cas avec amélioration nette et amélioration dans 76,8 %.
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[DISCUSSION ON SKILL OF FAST AND SLOW INSERTING WITH FILIFORM NEEDLE]. GAO ZHENWU. journal of zhejiang tcm college. 1986;5(10):47 (chi).
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ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF 54 CASES OF SINUS BRADYCARDIA. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1987;7(3):185-7 (eng).
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CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF 220 CASES OF ARRHYTMIA WITH ACUPUNCTURE. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture and moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:13 (eng).
Traitement de 220 cas de troubles du rythme par acupuncture d’après les tableaux cliniques de MTC : déficience de Qi, du Yin, stagnation du sang, déficience du sang du coeur. Les points utilisés fonctions des formes cliniques sont 6MC, 7C, 14V, 15V, 25VG, 36E, 3F, 3R, 6RP, 17VC, 4MC.
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CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATMENT OF 220 CASES OF ARRHYTHMIA WITH ACUPUNCTURE. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:81 (eng).
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SINTESI DI RELAZIONI SUL TRATTAMENTO DELLE CARDIOPATIE CON L’AGOPUNTURA. GAO ZHENWU ET AL. orientamenti mtc. 1987;1:93-101 (ita).
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REINFORCING AND REDUCING MANIPULATIONS AND THE PROPERTIES OF THE POINTS, INVESTIGATION OF NEW POINTS AND EMPHASIS ON DIFFERENTIATION ACCORDING TO THE THEORY OF MERIDIANS AND COLLATERALS. GAO ZHENWU. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:500-14 (eng).
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[RAPID AND SLOW ACUPUNCTURE AND ITS APPLICATION IN CLINIC]. GAO ZHENWU. journal of zhejiang college of tcm. 1997;21(1):50 (chi*).
Rapid and slow acupuncture is showed by lifting and thrusting the needle, twirling and rotating the needle, vibrating needle, foulaging and scraping needle, has a direct bearing on needling sensation, maintaining needling sensation, reinforcing and reducing, curative effect. Author introduced the application of rapid and slow acupuncture in treating acute infantile convulsion, heatstroke, erysipelas of lower limb, asthma, colicky pain of