QIN BOWEI

Qin Bowei (1901-1970)

Qin Bowel (1901 to 1970) was one of the most respected physicians of twentieth century China. He was an outspoken advocate for Chinese traditional medicine when it was supressed in the 1930’s; a Minister Health for the People’s Republic; a teacher whose students are renowned. His logic and clinical protocols are still at the core of traditional medicine as it is taught in China today. He was one of China’s post-revolutionary heroes, a man whose contributions to medicine were a social accomplishment of lasting force. He was also an author of rare skills whose discussions of Chinese medicine, case histories, and theoretical expositions are notable for detail, precision, and clinical practicality.This anthology is a uniquely valuable collection of Qin Bowei’s clinical essays. The topics covered include liver disorders and measures for treating fever, cough, and swelling. These are presented at a level of detail found in a Western language. His discussions of ming men and supplemen tation reveal the logic of T.C.M. with unprecedented depth. Each of his these is complete with clinical examples, cases, and the application detail the treatment protocols recommended. [Redwing Reviews, June, 1995].

Qin Bowei, 1901-1970. Né à Shanghai, il participe en 1927 à la fondation d’un Institut chinois de médecine », et est aux premiers rangs du mouvement d’opposition la suppression de l' »ancienne médecine » en 1929. Chargé de multiples responsabilités à l’échelon national à partir de 1955, il se trouve attaqué comme « réactionnaire » en 1966, puis réhabilité en 1978, à titre posthume (Franzini).

Un des « cinq anciens » (wu lao) avec Cheng Shenwu (Beijing), Ren Yinqiu, Li Chongren et Yu Daoji (Sichuan) lors de l’institutionnalisation de la MTC dans les années 50.

Chace C, Zhang Ting Liang. A Qin Bowei anthology. Brookline: Paradigm Publications. 1997.
Live to learn and learn to senility. Qin Bowei Qin Bowei [1901 to 1970]. Qin Bowei was one of the most respected physicians of twentieth-century China. He was an outspoken advocate for Chinese traditional medicine when the Chinese government resolved to abolish it in 1929; a Minister of Health for the People’s Republic; a teacher of traditional medicine as it is taught in China today. He was one of China’s post-revolutionary heroes, a man whose contributions to medicine were a social accomplishment of lasting force. This anthology is a uniquely valuable collection of Qin Bowei’s clinical essays. The topics covered include liver disorders and measures for treating fever, cough and swelling. These are presented at a level of detail rarely found in a Western language. His discussions of Ming Men and supplementation reveal the logic of T.C.M. with equal depth. Each of his theses is complete with clinical examples, cases, and formulas. The Qin Bowei Anthology makes the clinical experience, observations, and logic of one of modern China’s most often-studied clinicians available to Western readers.

1935 : un premier écho chinois d’une acupuncture française. Franzini S. Revue Française d’Acupuncture. 1992;70:21-4.
L’auteur fait une traduction et un commentaire d’un article  chinois de 1935 de Cheng Danan, tiré du premier périodique chinois  d’acupuncture, où il apparaît que l’acupuncture était alors  menacée de disparition en Chine même, et que pour la défendre on  s’est appuyé sur l’intérêt européen pour la discipline, tout  particulièrement sur le travail de George Soulié de Morant. Cet article cite « Maitre Qin Bowei ».

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[EXPERIENCE CLINIQUE DE QIN BOWEI’S DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA TOUX]. QIN XIAOHANG. shanghai journal of tmc. 1981;12:14 (chi).
 
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[L’EXPERIENCE DE QIN BOWEI DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA DIARRHEE]. QIN XIAOHENG ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1982;23(3):16 (eng).
 
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[L’EXPERIENCE DU DR QIN BOWEI DANS LE TRAITEMENT DES CEPHALEES]. ZHU YUNDA. zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1983;18(3):129 (chi).
 
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[L’EXPERIENCE DU CELEBRE MEDECIN VETERAN QIN BOWEI DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA DOULEUR EPIGASTRIQUE].ZHU YUNDA ET AL.shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1983;10:17 (chi).
 
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[RAPPORT DE CAS DE TRAITEMENT PAR APPLICATIONS DE POMMADE SELON QIN BOWEI].DONG JHULIU.journal of tcm. 1985;26(21):17 (chi).
 
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[EXAMPLES OF QIN BOWEI’S TONIC IN GYNOPATHY].DONG SHU-LIN.zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1986;21(10):459 (chi).
 
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[SELECTIONS OF DR QIN BOWEI’S CASE RECORDS ON APPLICATION OF SOFT EXTRACT OF MEDICINAL HERBS].DONG SHULIU.journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1986;27(12):6-8 (eng).
 
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[QIN BOWEI’S MEDICAL RECORDS ON TREATMENT WITH RELIEVING CONSTIPATION AND REMOVING INTERNAL HEAT ENEMA-ANALYSIS OF 49 CASES].XU DEXIAN ET AL.journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1986;27(10):30-1 (eng).
 
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[DISCOURSE ON TREATMENT OF EPIDEMIC FEBRILE DISEASES BY DR. QIN BOWEI].WANG FENGQI.journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1987;28(11):16-7 (eng).
 
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[THE LATE DOCTOR QIN BOWEI’S OPINION ON PRIMARY APLASTIC ANEMIA].ZHANG TIAN REN.zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1988;23(9):388-86 (chi).
 
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[QIN BOWEI’S EXPERIENCE WITH DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SPRINGWARM SYNDROME].ZHUZUN L.jiangsu journal of tcm. 1989;10(7):4-5 (chi).
 
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A QIN BOWEI ANTHOLOGY.CHACE C, ZHANG TING LIANG.brookline: paradigm publications. 1997;:223P (eng).
 
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[A GREAT RESPECTED MASTER WITH RICH THEORY AND EXPERIENCE ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF MR. QIN BOWEI].YU YING-AO.shanghai j0urnal 0f tradtional chinese medicine. 2001;35(12):4 (chi*).
In memory of the 100th anniversary of Mr. Qin Bowei, this article presents his life and contribution. After graduation from Shanghai Chinese Medical School, he initiated China Medical College in combination with his co-workers, as well as compiled textbooks, imparted the knowledge, cultivated the students. He had read a wide range of books and gained a lot of knowledge in theory and practice.
 
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[ANALYSIS OF SELECTED QIN BOWEI’S HERBAL EXTRACTS ]. YAN XIN. shanghai journal of tcm. 2003;37(12):19 (chi*).
 
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SPEEN-STOMACH YIN DEFICIENCY EDEMA. QIN BOWEI. lantern. 2007;4(1): (eng).