JIN RUI

Jin Rui is a leading professor of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, famous acupuncturist, the initiator of « Jin’s Triple Acupuncture », supervisor of doctorial candidates, the first Director of the Department of Acupuncture of Guangzhou College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, head of Acupuncture Institute, a member of the second and third Appraisal Group of the Degree Committee of the State Council, a member of China’s International Acupunctural Examination Commission, the permanent member of the second session of China’s Acupuncture Society, vice-president of literature association of China’s Acupuncture Society, vice-chairman of Guangdong Provincial Acupuncture Society, chairman of Guangzhou Acupuncture Association, a tutor appointed by Personnel Ministry, Public Health Ministry and State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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 [CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 100 CASES WITH REACTIVE RHINITIS TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE].JIN RUI ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(4):17-8 (chi*).
 This article introduced reactive rhinitis treated by acupuncture.Acupuncture group A : Yingxiang (both sides), Yintang, Shangxing, Hegu (both sides). Acupuncture group B : up Yingxing, Fenchi (both sides), Hegu (both sides). The two groups should be selected alternately. Moxibustion : Deficiency of Lung : Feishu (both sides). Deficiency of Spleen : Pishu (both sides). Deficiency of Kidney : Shenshu (both sides). Out of 100 cases, 39 cases (39%) would be controled in the clinic, 60 cases of the other group would be taken Bi Yan Kan. After comparison, the two group result is much better than the medicine group.
 
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 [OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTICAL EFFECT OF 558 CASES OF HYPOPHRENOSIC CHILDREN TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE IN SISHEN-POINTS (FOUR MENTAL POINT) AND ZHISAN-POINTS (THREE INTELLIGENCE POINTS)].JIN RUI ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(2):3 (chi*).
 The authors designated the sites 1.5 cun anterior, posterior left and right to Baihui (GV 20) as Sishen-points and Shenting (GB24) and bilateral Benshen (GB 13) as Zhisan-points. These seven were prescribed as primary points incombination with others selected on the basis of differentiation to treat hypophrenosis of children. All the patients were treated for 4 months. First 20 days, the needling was performed once daily and after that once for every other day. They were 127 cases of marked effect (22.76 %), 314 of improvement (56.27 %) and 117 of failure (20.47 %). The effect was not related to sex, but the lower the age and the longer the treating course, the better the effect. Those with mild condition also had more satisfactory effect. Therefore, the author held that the maximum of age for the treatment of hypophrenosic children is 16 and the minimum number of treatment is 50 sessions. Meantime
 
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 [EFFECTS OF SHI-KA-RON AND CHINESE HERBS IN MICE TREATED WITH ANTI-TUMOR AGENT MITOMYCIN C].JIN RUI ET AL.chinese journal of integrated traditional and western medicine. 1995;15(2):101 (chi*).
 The Shi-ka-Ron, and its constituent Chinese herbs Lithospermum erythrorhizon, Astragalus membranaceus and Ligusticum Wallichii were administered with antitumor agent, mitomycin C (MMC) to ICR mice, and their effects onmurine macrophages and lymphocytes were studied. Peritoneal macrophages were significantly inhibited both in their number and chemotactic activity by MMC treatment. Splenic weight and blastogenic responsiveness to Concanavalin A of spleen lymphocytes also decreased significantly in MMC-treated mice. NK cell activity was also suppressed by MMC treatment. When these mice were orally treated with extracts of Shi-ka-ron or each Chinese herbs mentioned above, it showed protective effects to immunosuppressive mice on all 5 items studied. The number of macrophages, and the functions of macrophages and lymphocytes maintained the same or more than normal levels in MMC plus each group of these extracts treated mice. These results suggest that the Shi-Ka-Ron and Chinese herbs could resist immunosuppression induced by antitumor agent MMC, and its mechanisms might be correlated with stimulation of the RES (reticuloendothelial system), activation of T cell blastogenesis and NK
 
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 [EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE AND INFLUENCE ON POINT SELECTION AND PRESCRIPTION IN ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION.].HUANG JINGBO, JIN RUI.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(6):369 (chi*).
 
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 [SEEING THE ESSENCE OF REINFORCING- REDUCING METHOD FROM VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS OF MANIPULATIONS].WU QIANG, JIN RUI.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):129 (chi*).
 
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 [SEEING THE ESSENCE OF REINFORCING- REDUCING METHOD FROM VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS OF MANIPULATIONS].WU QIANG, JIN RUI.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(2):129 (chi*).
 From the various contradictory interpretations and clinical application of reinforcing- reducing manipulation, it can be seen that there is no corresponding relation between the reinforcing-reducing manipulation and its effect though it is one of methods of regulating stimulative amount. The basic reason why no great advances in the many years’ studies on reinforcing-reducing manipulations have been made is that people misunderstand and deify the manipulations. Reinforcing-reducing effect is generated by the patient’s response to the stimulation. Ile stimulative amount is relatively fixed, so focusing attention on probing into the responding amount of the patient and founding the individual objective responding system are the reasonable way to study reinforcing -reducing
 
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 [Progress in the Study on Mechanisms of Insulin Resistance and Possible Target-sites ofAcupuncture Mediation].YI Wei, XU Nenggui, JIN Rui.acupuncture research. 2002;27(1):73 (chi*).
 In the present study, the authors review some advances of the research on insulin resistance (IR) and the possible action tar get-sites of acupuncture in relieving IR related diabetes, hypertension, adiposis, etc. Findings show that pre-receptor and post-receptor factors may be responsible for the occurrence of IR. Pre- receptor factors generally include 1 Insulin (Ins) gene mutation; (2) formation of endogenous and exogenous Ins antigens, (3) Ins receptor antigen formation, (1) acceleration of Ins degradation, and 5 excessive Ins resisting hormones including glucocorticoid hormone, catecholamine, glucagon, free fatty acid, etc. The post-receptor factors mainly contain (1)receptor biosynthesis rate lowering- induced reduction of receptor count, (2) abnormal process of receptor insertinginto cellular membrane, 3 reduction of receptor affinity with Ins, 4 acceleration of receptor degradation, and disturbance of receptor re- utilization. The possible acupuncture target sites for bettering IR are (1) lowering serum Ins level, 0 raising C-peptide/Ins, 0 increasing Ins-resisting hormone content, and (I elevating Ins sensitivity. The authors also put forward some suggestions about the research on mechanisms of acupuncture in relieving IR from
 
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 [STUDIES OF « FEI SHAN ZHEN »IN TREATMENT MODEL OF RATS SIMPLY OBESITY].YUAN QING, JIN RUI, OUYANG BO-WEN, ET AL.acta chinese medicine and pharmacology. 2003;31(6):34 (chi*).
 
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 [A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AND TRACTION FOR TREATMENT OF NERVE-ROOT TYPE CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS ].ZHANG HONGLAI, JIN RUI.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(11):637 (chi*).
 
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 [ACUPUNCTURE THERAPEUTICS OF PERIPHERAL FACIAL PARALYSIS].XI THEN-HUA, JIN RUI.journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(12):19 (chi).
 
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 [SOME VIEWPOINT ABOUT SPASTICITY OF HEMIPLEGIA TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE].XI ZHEN-HUA, ZENG SHAO-HONG, JIN RUI.journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;20(2):4 (chi).
 
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 INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT NEEDLE-RETAINING DURATION ON CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS OF CEREBRAL PARALYSIS CHILDREN.YUAN QING, WANG QIN-YU, FENG JIAN-QIANG, ZHANG ZHUANG-TAO, CHEN XUE-YUN, JIN RUI.world journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;14(2):7 (eng*).
 Objective: To investigate the effects of different needle-retaining duration on cerebral hemodynamics in cerebral paralysis (CP) children. Methods: A total of 20 cases of CP children were subjected into this study. Changes of systolic peak value (Vs), blood flow velocity at the end-diastolic phase (Ved), mean velocity (Vm), pulsation index (PI) and resistance index (RI) of the cerebral hemodynamics before and after performing JIN’ s Three-Needling Therapy with the needles retained for 30 min (group A) and 5 min (group B) were observed by using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography (TCD). Results: After acupuncture, the blood flow in the middle cerebral artery (MCA), anterior cerebral artery (ACA) and posterior cerebral artery (PCA) was accelerated, and the resistance of blood vessels decreased. The effect of needle-retaining-30 min was better than that of needle-retaining-5 min. Conclusion: In treating cerebral paralysis by using JIN’ s Three-Needling Therapy, sufficient stimulation provided
 
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 [INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS OF SENSORY AND PAIN THRESHOLDS IN PERSONS OF DIFFERENT BODY CONSTITUTION ].ZHOU JIE-FANG, JIN RUI.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;24(4):251 (chi*).
 Objective To investigate sensory and pain thresholds of electroacupuncture in the healthy persons and patients in order to use correctly electroacupuncture parameters in treatment. Methods The sensory and pain thresholds of electroacupuncture were measured respectively in the 3 groups, healthy group, deficiency syndrome group and excess syndrome group. Results The average sensory threshold of electroacupuncture was 1. 47 mA and the average pain threshold was 4. 44 mA in the healthy group. There was a certain difference in sensory and pain thresholds between the persons of different sexes and ages, and there were significant differences between the healthy person and the patient, deficiency syndrome and excess syndrome. Conclusion The groups of different constitution have different sensory and pain thresholds of electroacupuncture and in treatment, different intensity of electroacupuncture should be used according to different body constitutions.
 
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 [INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT INTENSITIES OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN EXCESS-SYNDROME TYPE HYPERTENSION PATIENTS].ZHOU JIE-FANG, JIN RUI.acupuncture research. 2004;29(4):286 (chi*).
 Objective: To research the significance of different intensities of electroacupuncture (EA) in the regulation of bloodpressure. Methods: A total of 44 cases of excess-syndrome type hypertension patients were divided by randomizinginto high-intensity EA group (n = 21) and medium-intensity EA group (n = 23). Bilateral Quchi (LI 11) and Taichong (LR 3) were punctured and stimulated with the same continuous waveform, same frequency (70 pulses/min) , and different electric current intensities:3.7 mA (high intensity) and 2.7 mA (medium intensity). EA treatment was given to the patients with double blind method. Results: The sensation threshold and pain thresholdof high-intensity EA and medium-intensity EA groups were 1.50 ± 0.29 mA and 1.52 ± 0.33 mA, 3.93 ± 0.47 mA and 3.89 ± 0.43 mA respectively. Following high-intensity EA stimulation, the systolic and diastolic blood pressure values increased from 22.0 ± 1. 8 kPa and 11. 9 ± 0. 3 kPa to 26. 2 ± 1. 6 kPa (P < 0.01) and 12.0 ± 0.7 kPa separately; while after medium-intensity EA stimulation, the systolic and diastolic blood pressure values declined significantly from 22. 3 ± 1. 6 kPa and 11.9 ± 0.8 kPa to 20.7 ± 1.4 kPa (P < 0.01) and 11.3 ± 0.7 kPa (P < 0.01) respectively. Conclusion: The electric current intensity of EA plays an important role in the regulation of blood pressure. The high-intensity EA may raise blood pressure while the medium-intensity EA has the effect of lowering blood pressure and the later is suitable to treat excess-syndrome type hypertension patients.
 
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 [APPLICATION OF MUSIC THERAPY IN TCM CLINIC AND NEW EXPLANATION ON IT].JIN RUI, ET AL.china association of chinese medicine. 2005;23(3): (chi).
 
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 CLINICAL RESEARCH ON ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF APHASIS IN AUTISM CHILDREN.ZHANG QUAN-MING, JIN RUI.world journal of acupuncture-moxibution. 2005;15(4):19 (eng).
 Objective: To observe the therapeutic effect of acupuncture therapy for aphasis in autism children. Methods: Thirty cases of autism children were divided into acupuncture group (n=20) and medication group (n= 10). Intelligence quotient (IQ) and Social adaptive developmental quotient( ADQ) were used to assess the therapeutic effect. Results: After treatment, IQ values increased slightly in medication group and considerably in acupuncture group ( P< O. 001) , and the difference between pre­treatment and post-treatment of acupuncture group was significantly bigger than that of control group (P < 0. 01). ADQ of two groups increased at different degrees, and that of acupuncture and the difference between post- and pre-treatment of acupuncture group were significantly bigger than those of control group ( P< O. 001). Conclusion: Acupuncture treatment is effective in improv­ing
 
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 CLINICAL STUDY ON ACUPUNCTURE TREATRNENT OF DYSPHASIA IN 80 HYPOPHRENIA CHILDREN.ZHANG QUAN-MING, JIN RUI.journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(3):156 (eng).
 Objective: Investigate the curative effect of acupuncture on dysphasia in hypophrenia children. Methods: One hundred and sixty children with hypophrenia and dysphasia were randomly divided into an acupuncture group of 80 cases, a language training group of 40 cases and a composite group of 40 cases for clinical observation. Total intelligence quotient (TIQ), vocal intelligence quotient (VIQ) and practical intelligence quotient (PIQ) were compared between pretreatment and posttreatment in the children themselves and between the groups before andafter treatment. Results: The total efficacy rate was 77.5% in the acupuncture group, 82.5% in the composite group and 52.5% in the language training group. Conclusion: Acupuncture significantly raises TIQ, VIQ and PIQ inthe sick children. Language training only raises VIQ to some degree. Acupuncture in cooperation with language
 
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 CLINICAL RESEARCH ON ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF APHASIS IN AUTISM CHILDREN.ZHANG QUAN-MING, JIN RUI.world journal of acupuncture moxibustion. 2006;15(4):19 (eng).
 Objective: To observe the therapeutic effect of acupuncture therapy for aphasis in autism children. Methods: Thirty cases of autism children were divided into acupuncture group (n=20) and medication group (n= 10). Intelligence quotient (IQ) and Social adaptive developmental quotient( ADQ) were used to assess the therapeutic effect. Results: After treatment, IQ values increased slightly in medication group and considerably in acupuncture group ( P< 0. 001), and the difference between pre-treatment and post-treatment of acupuncture group was significantly bigger than that of control group (P < 0. 01). ADQ of two groups increased at different degrees, and that of acupuncture and the difference between post- and pre-treatment of acupuncture group were significantly bigger than those of control group ( P< O. 001). Conclusion: Acupuncture treatment is effective in improv­ing
 
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 CLINICAL STUDY ON ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF DYSPHASIA IN 80 HYPOPHRENIA CHILDREN.ZHANG QUAN-MING, JIN RUI.journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(3):156 (eng).

 Objective: Investigate the curative effect of acupuncture on dysphasia in hypophrenia children. Methods:One hundred and sixty children with hypophrenia and dysphasia were randomly divided into an acupuncture group of 80 cases, a language training group of 40 cases and a composite group of 40 cases for clinical observation. Total intelligence quotient (TIQ), vocal intelligence quotient (VIQ) and practical intelligence quotient (PIQ) were compared between pretreatment and posttreatment in the children themselves and between the groups before andafter treatment. Results: The total efficacy rate was 77.5% in the acupuncture group, 82.5% in the composite group and 52.5% in the language training group. Conclusion: Acupuncture significantly raises TIQ, VIQ and PIQ inthe sick children. Language training only raises VIQ to some degree. Acupuncture in cooperation with language