YANG JIEBIN

Yang Jiebin (1929-)
Yang Jiebin was born on November 9, 1929, in Jintang County, Sichuan Province. He began to learn traditional Chinese medicine in his father’s clinic when he was still a child, and then hung out his own shingle after graduation from the middle school. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, he was assigned to work in the Integrated Clinic, and then the People’s Hospital in the county. Later, he was sent to study in the Teacher’s Course of Chengdu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where he became a teacher after graduation in 1959. He was fortunate to learn from two famous doctors of traditional Chinese medicine, Wu Zhaoxian in Chongqing, and Pu Xiangcheng in northern Sichuan Province. He learned systematically from them the classics of traditional Chinese medicine, the knowledge of acupuncture and internal medicine, "Zi Wu Liu Zhu" (selection of points in terms of heavenly stems and earthly branches), and "Lin Gui Ba Fa" (selection of eight points from the eight extra meridians). Dr. Yang is good at acupuncture, and especially proficient at bloodletting therapy and selection of points. He has written more than thirty books and articles including Theory of Meridians and Collaterals, Explanation to the Questions in Studying Acupuncture and A Brief Introduction to Zi Wu Liu Zhu. At present, he is the director of the Acupuncture Clinic Teaching and Research Section of Ciiengdu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989)

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 BLOODLETTING THERAPY AND SELECTING POINTS. YANG JIEBIN. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:226-32 (eng).
 
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 ESPERIENZA PERSONALE NEL TRATTAMENTO DELLA DIARREA CON AGOPUNTURA (CONTINUA DAL NUMERO 6’90). YANG JIEBIN ET AL. rivista italiana di medicina tradizionale cinese. 1991;1:56-9 (ita).
 
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 EXPERIENCIA PERSONAL EN EL TRATAMIENTO DE LA DIARREA CON ACUPUNTURA (II). YANG JIEBIN ET AL. revista de la medicina tradicional china. 1991;1(4):37-38 (esp).
 
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 [PROFESSOR YANG JIEBIN’S EXPERIENCE OF PRICKING BLOOD (TCM) FOR DISEASES]. YANG YUNKUAN. shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1993;14(5):213 (chi).
 
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 [STUDY ON PERIPHERAL ANALGESIC MECHANISMS OF DIFFERENT ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION THERAPIES IN RATS OF ADJUVANT ARTHRITIS]. YANG JIEBIN ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(6):362 (chi*).
In rats of arthritis developed by injection of Freund’s complete adjuvant into the ankle joint, the four therapies, electroacupuncture, moxibustion, pricking blood therapy and point-injection were used, and changes of pain threshold, extent of swelling of joint, and contents of prostagrandin E2, histamine, monoamines, ß-EP, LEK in inflammatory tissue were observed. Results indicated that the four therapies had the action of increasing pain threshold in the rats of adjuvant arthritis as compared with the model group(P<0.05,P<0.0l), and the therapeutic effects of electroacupuncture and point-injection were more marked, and the analgesic effects carried out possibly through decrease of prostaglandin E2, histamine, 5-HT, NE. and increase of ß-EP and LEK.
 
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 [EXPERIENCE IN TREATMENT WITH MOXIBUSTION]. YANG JIEBIN. jiangsu journal of tcm. 2000;20(2):1 (chi).
 
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 [YANG JIEBING’S EXPERIENCE OF APPLICATION FOR THREE FORMULAE OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION]. XU JIANYANG. journal of guiyang college of tcm. 2001;23(2):4 (chi).