HAN JIANSHAN

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[VETERAN PHYSICIAN HAN SHAOKANG’S ACADEMIC THOUGHT AND HIS CLINICAL EXPERIENCE]. HAN JIANSHAN ET AL. new journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;21(10):8-11 (chi).
 
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THEORETISCHE UBERLEGUNGEN UND PRAKTISCHE ERFARHUNGEN DES ALTARZTES HAN SHAOKANG (1). HAN JIANSHAN ET AL. chinesische medizin. 1989;4(4):67-75 (deu*).
[Theoretical considerations and practical experiences of the veteran physician Han Shaokang (part I)].
 
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THEORETISCHE ÜBERLEGUNGEN UND PARKTISCHE ERFAHRUNGEN DES ALTARZTES HAN SHAOKANG. HAN JIANSHAN. chinesische medizin. 1990;5(1):1-10 (deu*).
[Theoretical considerations and practical experiences of the veteran physician Han Shaokang (part II)].This second part of the article gives a number of case-histories out of Han Shaokang’s rich medical experiences in order to demonstrate the practical application of his theoretical knowledge. In this context, great emphazis is put on his acupuncture techniques which he applied often in combination with drug therapy.
 
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DIE AKUPUNKTURMETHODE « LEITEN DES QI ». HAN JIANSHAN ET AL. chinesische medizin. 2000;15(2):48-58 (deu*).
[The acupuncture method of « Guiding the Qi »]. In this article the author focuses on the acupuncture method 11guiding the qi » (daoqi), which is primarily indicated in illnesses resulting from the « Five Disorders of the Oi ». In his introduction he looks at its origin in the « Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor » with reference to a number of occurrences in the text, and its subsequent development, which he documents with citations from various classical works. The approach in practice is described as follows: a) After insertion of the needle, monitoring and attaining of the qi, the needle is further inserted slowly and constantly and is then retracted in the same way. To intensify the « guiding of the qi » one can complement this by using the -turning and whirling » (Nianzhuanfa) technique If one also wants to ensure that the qi « arrives » at the location of the disorder, the needle must be inserted with the tip pointing in the direction of the disorder and, at the same time, one should use the « Method of the accompanying hand » (Yashoufia), i. e. one applies pressure for a while with the finger (on the foramina) in the opposite direction to the location of the disorder. h) If, when « guiding the qi » one encounters blockages in the joints, one can rub and massage with the hand along the appropriate conduit on and around the joint concerned. When it is necessary, after « guidance » and the « arrival » of the qi at the location of the disorder, to prevent the qi from returning, one must remove the Needle and then reintroduce it perpendicularly; this bas the effect that the qi is absorbed in the depth and cannot return towards the surface. According to Huangdi Neijing (« Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor-) illnesses resulting from the « Five Disorders of the Qi » are brought on because the clear qi is in the yin and the opaque qi in the yang, because the constructive qi is moving secundovectively and the defensive qi is moving contravectively, so that the clear and the opaque interfere with each other. Accordingly, the « Five Disorders of the Oi » as well as the pathological changes resulting from the disturbance in the circulation of the constructive qi and the defensive qi can bc treated by -guiding the qi » with acupuncture. This technique of -guiding the qi-, in combination with the appropriate techniques of later acupuncturists, can bc used in the therapy of pain in the elbow and arm, in the loins, legs and the trunk, as well as atrophies and bisyndromes (occlusiones) of the limbs and hemiplegia. The author also describes the procedure for treating various disorders, gives the corresponding foramina to be pierced, goes into possible complications and indicates cases in which « guidance of the qi » should not bc used (above all with patients who have depletion of the qi and Xue, and in the treatment of children). The article concludes with a
 
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HOW THE SILVER NEEDLE CAN SAVE THE WORLD AND REMAIN UNYIELDING IN THE FACE OF ALL ADVERSITIES – ON THE 18TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF HAN SHAOKANG (PART I). HAN JIANSHAN, HAN JIANSI. chinesishe medizin. 2004;19(1):32 (deu).
 
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WIE MAN MIT DER SILBERNADEL DIE WELT RETTET UND ENTGEGEN ALLER WIDRIGKEITEN UNBEUGSAM BLEIBT – ZUM 18. TODESTAG VON HAN SHAOKANG (TEIL II). HAN JIANSHAN, HAN JIANSI. chinesische medizin. 2004;2:71 (deu*).
 
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[HOW THE SILVER NEEDLE CAN SAVE THE WORLD AND REMAIN UNYIELDING IN THE FACE OF ALL ADVERSITIES – ON THE 18TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF HAN SHAOKANG (PART I) ]. HAN JIANSHAN, HAN JIANSI. chinesische medizin. 2004;19(1):32 (deu*).
This article is concerned with the biography and achievements of the veteran physician Han Shaokang, whose life and medical accomplishments reflect the enormous transformations china has undergone in the course of the last century. He is considered to have been one of the most important contemporary practitioners of acupuncture from the « area south of the range of five hills » (provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi), and he also frequently combined acupuncture with Chinese herbal therapy with great success. The first part of the article describes the most important milestones in his life: his youth and the beginnings and developments of his medical career, pursuing a strong family tradition; the difficulties involved in being a young doctor during the Sino-Japanese War; his successful career in teaching and research at the TCM University in the Guangzhou province, which was suddenly interrupted by the Cultural Revolution, and finally his old age and his friendship to the former President of the SMS, CarlHermann Hempen. As a complement to this biographical background, a number of case studies are provided (severe uterine bleeding [benglou], apoplexy, cranial headaches) all taken from the corresponding period, to illustrate his therapeutic approach, and which give an important insight into veteran physician Han Shaokang’s clinical practice.
 
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[HOW THE SILVER NEEDLE CAN SAVE THE WORLD AND REMAIN UNYIELDING IN THE FACE OF ALL ADVERSITIES – ON THE 18TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF HAN SHAOKANG (PART II) ]. HAN JIANSHAN, HAN JIANSI. chinesische medizin. 2004;19(2):71 (deu*).
This article is concerned with the biography and the achievements of the veteran physician Han Shaokang whose life and medical accomplishments reflect the enormous transformations that China has undergone in the course of the last century. He is considered to have been one of the most important contemporary practitioners of acupuncture from the « area south of the range of five hills » (Provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi), and he also frequently combined acupuncture with Chinese herbal therapy with great success. The second part of the article looks at the experience and scientific achievements which Han Shaokang made in his many years of clinical practice: a) his studies about the triple burner functional system (« o. tricalorii », sanjiao), b) his views on the major importance of the defensive qi (« qi defensivum », weiqi) in acupuncture, c) his special method of taking the pulse on both wrists at the « Inch Opening » (« ostium pollicare’, cunkou) and at the « Man’s Prognosis » (« accipiens hominum », renying) pulse site, d) the methods that he developed, « below the penetration of the needle » (zhenxia) re-checking the differential diagnosis according to the eight guiding principles during the acupuncture treatment, as well as e) the use of acupuncture for the treatment of malaria. In the third part of the article there is a selection of case studies which provide a practical insight into Han Shaokang’s work as a physician. These include acupuncture therapy for a pregnant woman suffering from malaria, a combination of acupuncture and herbal remedies for the treatment of a patient with toxic encephalitis, the acupuncture and herbal remedy therapy for a patient with bloody expectoration, and finally the combined acupuncture and herbal remedy treatment for acute rheumatoid arthritis.
 
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[EXPLANATIONS AND CASE STUDIES OF TRADITIONAL ACUPUNCTURE WITH THE FILIFORM NEEDLE (HAOZHEN)]. HAN JIANSHAN,. chinesische medizin. 2009;24(2):79 (deu).
In this article, written by Han Jianshan, son and student of Han Shaokang, a reputed acupuncture physician from southern China, the author first of all describes the origins of traditional acupuncture with the filiform needle (haozhen). He then goes on to summarise the prerequisites for successful therapy using this method. Here he does not concentrate only on the theoretical aspects but also looks In this article, written by Han Jianshan, son and student of Han Shaokang, a reputed acupuncture physician from southern China, the author first of all describes the origins of traditional acupuncture with the filiform needle (haozhen). He then goes on to summarise the prerequisites for successful therapy using this method. Here he does not concentrate only on the theoretical aspects but also looks at the necessary practicalabilities that the therapist has to have, above all at the art of « monitoring the qi » (houqi) under the needle. Finally, he illustrates what he has previously explained with four practical case reports with different disorders. I n each case the author examines the symptoms, the symptom pattern and the pathological mechanism and describes in detail the acupuncture techniques used. I n all four cases the patients were prescribed Chinese herb formulas to supplement the acupuncture therapy and the compositions of these are also given.