Wang is the chief consultant of Acupuncture Institute of CACMS. Prof. Wang Hong-cai is the chief consultant of Acupuncture Institute of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, director of China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center, teacher of doctorate students. He is profound in Chinese medicine, being the outstanding representative of traditional medicine of the present age. He has been invited to lecture and treat patients in foreign countries many times. Wang is good at treating diabetes, depression, and various pains.
Art of Diagnosis and Treatment, Acupuncture Know-how, New Opinions of the Diabetes Expert.
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[EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT ON HEMORHEOLOGY IN THE PATIENT OF SUDDEN DEAFNESS]. WANG CHANGHAI, YANG LANWEN, WANG HONGCAI, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(2):87 (chi*).
Objective : To observe effect of acupuncture on sudden deafness and hemorrheology, and probe into the mechanism. Methods : Acupuncture was given at Ermen (TE 21), Tinggong (SI 19), Tinghui (GB 2), Yifeng (TE 17), Zhongzhu (TE 3), Sanyinjiao (SP 6), Taixi (KI 3) with uniform reinforcing-reducing method of filiform needle, once each day, 30 minutes each time, 6 days constituting one course. After 4 courses, data of hemorrheology before and after acupuncture treatment were compared. Results : After acupuncture treatment, whole blood high- shear viscosity, whole blood low shear viscosity, fibrinogen content, hematocrit, and hemagglutination index decreased significantly as compared with those before acupuncture (P<0.05 or P<0.01), and erythrocyte deformability increased significantly (P<0.01), and the symptoms improved and audition increased to a certain extent. Conclusion : Acupuncture can improve symptom, increase audition, change hypercoagulability, increase erythrocyte deformability, suggesting that decreasing blood viscosity is possibly one of mechanism of acupuncture treating sudden deafness.
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CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON THE EFFECTS OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE AT SHAOZE (SI 1) IN 46 CASES OF POSTPARTUM INSUFFICIENT LACTATION WEI LIXIN, WANG HONGCAI, HAN YING, ET AL. journal of traditional chinese medicine. 2008;28(3):168 (eng).
Objective: To evaluate the clinical therapeutic effects of electroacupuncture at Shaoze (SI 1) for insufficient lactation after delivery, and further study the influence of this method on the different types of syndromes and on such patients of different ages. Methods: The 92 cases of postpartum insufficient lactation were randomly divided into the treatment group (46 cases) and the control group (46 cases). The former was treated by electroacupuncture at bilateral Shaoze (SI 1), and the latter by electroacupuncture at bilateral Shangyang (LI 1). Both groups were treated for 2 courses, each course consisting of 5 times of treatment, and followed up for 1 month. Results: The total effective rate of the treatment group and control group was 100% and 69.6% respectively, showing a significant difference (P<0.01). For different types of syndromes and different ages of patients, the treatment group obtained a better effect than the control group in increasing lactation quantity and maintaining prolactin level with a significant difference (P<0.01). Conclusions: Electroacupuncture at Shaoze (SI 1) was obviously effective for postpartum insufficient lactation.