QIU MAOLIAN

Professeur à la Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Elève de Qiu Maolian
Chen Decheng

 

Qiu Mao-Liang. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 1993. 442P.
 A textbook of acupuncture and moxibustion from a highly respected Chinese specialist of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Qiu is also well known in Europe following lecture tours on these therapies. The text discusses acupuncture and moxibustion from a dialective materialist perspective, in keeping with importance the contemporary Communist state places on TCM for all the people. The text has been expertly translated from the Chinese by Richard Bertshinger (author of the ‘Golden Needle’). The original Chinese version of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion was recently accepted by the All China Medical Board as the official teaching manual for students in China. Its scope and authenticity are unique among presently available Western textbooks. Comprehensive coverage includes: ¥ the more usual philosophy and history of Chinese traditional medicine ¥ regular descriptions of the meridians and points ¥ extra meridians and extra points ¥ detailed sections on less well known therapies – scalp and ear needling, electro-acupuncture ¥ abstracts from ancient texts, including the Odes ¥ methods and styles of needling ¥ discussion of the character patterns of disease.

[RECHERCHES SUR LE TRAITEMENT DE LA DYSENTERIE BACILLAIRE AIGUE PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.advances in acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia,beijing. 1980;:2 (eng).
 
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[L’ACUPUNCTURE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE L’HEPATITE VIRALE AIGUE. ANALYSE CLINIQUE DE 111 CAS]. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1983;2:1 (chi).
 
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[CEPHALEE]. QIU MAOLIAN ET AL.in nanjing seminars transcript (qiu maolian and su xin ming),london. 1984;:38-44 (eng).
 
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[STERILITE]. QIU MAOLIAN ET AL.in nanjing seminars transcript (qiu maolian and su xin ming),london. 1984;:11-7 (eng).
 
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[TRAITEMENT DU DIABETE PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. QIU MAOLIANG.journal of chinese medicine. 1984;15:3-4 (eng).
 
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CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON THE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE IN 151 CASES OF ACUTE ICTERIC VIRAL HEPATITIS. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:61 (eng).
 
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[ANALYSE CLINIQUE DE 111 CAS D’HEPATITE VIRALE AIGUE TRAITEES PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.selections from shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion 1982-84. 1984;:15-23 (eng).
 
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[MODIFICATIONS DU RHEOENCEPHALOGRAMME ET DE HEMORHEOLOGIE APRES ACUPUNCTURE CHEZ DES PATIENTS APOPLEXIQUES]. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;4(2):1 (chi*).
On observe une amélioration de tous les index hémorhéologiques parallélement à l’amélioration clinique. Le rhéoencéphalogramme montre que l’acupuncture entraine une vasodilatation, améliore l’élasticité des vaisseauxet développe la circulation.
 
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[TRAITEMENT DE LA COLIQUE NEPHRETIQUE PAR ACUPUNCTURE]. QIU MAO LIAN.journal of chinese medicine. 1984;16:28-30 (eng).
 
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON THE CHANGE OF RHEOENCEPHALOGRAM AND HEMODYNAMICS OF PATIENTS WITH APOPLEXY. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:17 (eng).
 
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THE NANJING SEMINARS TRANSCRIPT. QIU MAO LIAN ET SU XIN MING.journal of chinese medicine, hove. 1984;:88P (eng).
 
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CLINICAL INVESTIGATION OF TREATING PATIENTS WITH ACUTE BACILLARY DYSENTERY BY ACUPUNCTURE. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.in research on acupuncture,moxibustion and acupuncture anesthesia,beijing. 1986;:820-8 (eng).
 
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APPLICATION OF BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE FOR IMPROVING THERAPEUTIC RESULTS IN ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT. QIU MAOLIANG.in compilation of the abstracts of acupuncture ans moxibustion papers, beijing. 1987;:251 (eng).
 
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[PROFESSOR QIU MAOLIANG’S TALKS ON NEEDLING SENSATIONS INDUCED BY ACUPUNCTURE]. QIU XIANLING.jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;13(5):20 (chi).
 
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[PRIMARY EXPLORATION OF PROF. QIU MAOLIANG’S MODEL OF NEEDLING MANIPULATION]. WU XU.jiangsu journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1992;13(7):24 (chi).
 
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[THE EXPERIENCE OF PROF. QIU MAO-LIANG IN TREATING HEADACHE BY PUNCTURING PAIR POINTS]. QIU XIAN-LING.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(6):31 (chi*).
This article presents the experience of prof. Qiu Mao-Liang in treating headache by puncturing pair points. With differentiation, prof. Qiu applied pair points on the externally-internally related channels or the channels bearing the same names on hand and foot. Here are examples : for wind-cold headache, Houxi (SI 3) and Shugu (UB 65) were punctured ; for wind-heat headache, Hegu (LI 4) and Feiyang (UB 58) selected ; and for liver Yang headache,Waiguan (SJ 5) and Zulinqi (GB 41) used, etc; The result was effective and instant.
 
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[THE ACADEMIC THOUGHT OF QIU MAOLIANG A FAMOUS ACUPUNCTURIST]. QIAN ZHENLIANG.shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1993;12(2):49 (chi).
 
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[PROFESSOR QIU MAO-LIANG’S EXPERIENCE IN TREATING ASTHMA]. QIU LING XIAN.zhejiang journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1993;28(8):337 (chi).
 
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METHODES DE PUNCTURE DU PROFESSEUR QIU MAO LIANG. LIVRET + VIDEO. LIN SHI SHAN.institut yin-yang, forbach. 2000;:32P (fra).
ISBN: 2 910589 15 3. Dans le processus acupunctural, le rôle de la puncture est aussi important que celui du choixdes points. Selon les maîtres chinois, pour que ces derniers développent pleinenment leurs effets, il faut manipuler adéquatement les aiguilles que ce soit à l’insertion, au retrait ou encore quand il s’agit de stimuler. Ce document accompagné d’une cassette vidéo permet aux étudiants et aux praticients de cette discipline d’accéder aux méthodes de puncture authentiques allant des manipulations simples à celles qui sont les plus sophistiquées. Elles sont le fruit de plus de 50 ans de pratique du Professeur Qiu Mao Liang (né en 1913) qui est l’un des acupuncteurs les plus connus en Chine à l’heure actuelle. Au-dela de son espérience en tant que praticien, il est également un enseignant et un chercheur scientifique. Il a assuré successivement les fonctions suivantes: – Médecin chef du Département Acupuncture de l’Institut de médecine chinoise de la province de Jiang Su. – Directeur et professeur titulaire des thèses de doctorat du Département d’acupuncture de l’Institut de médecine chinoise de Nankin. – Vice président de l’Association d’acupuncture-moxibustion de Chine. -Membre du Groupe chargé de médecine chinoise attachée au Comité scientifique national. – Membre du Comité médical et scientifique du Ministère de la Santé. – Sous-directeur du Comité national chargé de rédaction et de relecture des cours supérieures de médecine chinoise. – Consultant de la Fédération des associations mondiales d’acupuncture-moxibustion. – Directeur à titre honorifique du Centre international de formation d’acupuncture-moxibustion de l’Institut de médecine chinoise de Nankin. – Directeur du Comité des consultants de l’Association d’acupuncture-moxibustion d’Argentine. – Président d’honneur de l’Association d’acupuncture-moxibustion de Hong Kong. Il est l’auteur des ouvrages suivants: – L’Essentiel de l’acupuncture-moxibustion. – L’Enseignement de l’acupuncture-moxibustion (Cours supérieur des instituts de médecine). – Le traitement et la prévention de la dysenterie microbienne par l’acupuncture-moxibustion. Le traitement et la prévention de l’hépatite par l’acupuncture-moxibustion. – Le traitement par l’acupuncture-moxibustion chinoise.
 
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[CORRECTION OF ANCIENT THEORIES BY PROFESSOR QIU MAOLIANG]. CHENG DECHENG ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(3):178 (chi*).
 
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[ESSENCE OF PROF QIU MAOLIANG’S ACUPUNCTURE MANIPULATION METHODS AND DEQI]. WU ZHONGCHAO ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;21(5):297 (chi*).
Professor Qiu Maoliang has developed own unique acupuncture manipulation methods and has unique view for « Deqi  » theory. Firstly, the present paper introduces main points of acupuncture manipulation methods from the sequence, manipulation, insertion of the needle and angle of acupuncture and other aspects; and the importance of  » Deqi  » is discussed from reaction, methods, regulation and classification of  » Deqi « .
 
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CLINICAL STUDY ON TREATMENT OF ACUTE ACILLARY DYSENTERY BY ACUPUNCTURE. QIU MAOLIANG ET AL.international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2001;12(3):199-205 (eng).
This paper provides the result of the treatment of 645 cases of acute bacillary dysentery using acupuncture. After acupuncture, the average time taken for body temperature to return to the normal standard was 1.88 days, and the average time taken to recover to normal stool frequency was 3.4 days. For stool bacterial culture, 29.3% turned negative on the 3 Id day, 81.5% turned negative on the 7″ day; the average time was 5.12 days. Compared with the control group in which furazolidone was administered, the effect of the treatment in the acupuncture group wasobviously better than in the control group.Methods of treating bloody purulent stool by acupuncture had been reported in a book on acupuncture called Rayijing dated the year 265, in which the treatment of hematochezia was described. Later, records on treating dysentery had been found in books such as Qianjinfang of the Tang Dynasty, Zishengiing of the Song Dynasty, andZhenjiudacheng of the Ming Dynasty. Due to the limitation of the times, no systematic observation or description was recorded. In order to develop China’s traditional medical records, in the discussion of the treatment of dysentery by acupuncture, we adopted the method of acupuncture to treat dysentery, and made systematic observations through both Chinese and Western medical methods. The following is an analysis of the treatment of 645 patients with positive stool bacterial culture.
 
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LA REVISION DE CERTAINES DONNEES ANCIENNES PAR LE PROFESSEUR QIU MAO-LIANG. Chen Decheng ET AL.acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2001;5:37 (fra).
 
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LA CONCEPTION DE QIU MAO-LIANG VIS-A-VIS DU TRAINAIENT PAR LA DIFFERENCIATION DES SYNDROMES PHYSIOPATHOLOGIQUES EN ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION. WANG LING-LING.acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2002;7:13 (fra).
 
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L’EXPÉRIENCE DU PROFESSEUR QIU MAO LIANG DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE L’ULCÈRE GASTRODUODÉNAL PAR L’ACUPUNCTURE ASSOCIÉE À LA PHARMACOPÉE CHINOISE. WU XI.acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2004;11:65 (fra).
Source : Zhen Jiu Lin Chuang Za Zi (Revue de la Clinique d’Acupuncture-Moxibustion) 5/1994, p. 5-7
 
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CONTRIBUTION OF PROF. QIU MAO-LIANG TO ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION SCIENCE. WU ZHONG-CHAO.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2007;27(10):784 (chi).
 
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L’EXPERIENCE DU PROFESSEUR QIU MAO LIANG DANS L’EMPLOI DES COUPLES DE POINTS TRAITANT LES CEPHALEES. QIU XIAN LING.acupuncture traditionnelle chinoise. 2008;16:55 (fra).
Source : « Zhong Guo Zhen Jiu» (L’Acupuncture-Moxibustion de Chine) 6/1992 p. 31-32