YU SHUZHUANG

Yu Shuzhuang (1924-)

Yu Shuzhuang, born in 1924 and a native of Anci County, Hebei Province, was determined to become a medical doctor since his childhood, and he was enthusiastic about acupuncture. He went to Beijing at the age of eighteen to study traditional medicine fcr ten years under the instruction of Feng fiqing, Zhao Xiwu and Zhang Wenxiang In 1951 he started his practice and in 1953 he became a teacher at the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Then he changed his job and worked in the Beijing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1968 in clinical work and researching acupuncture. Yu thinks that the most important thing in treatment of diseases by acupuncture is to have different needling sensations, the intensity of which is based on the depth of needling to treat various, conditions.For any case he asks five questions. In his research of the meridian system he has discovered the method of conducting qi by a patient himself, and in collaboration with the Academia Sinica in 1976, he also discovered the recessive transmission of acupunc­ture reaction. His six research achievements won the first and second prizes awarded by the Ministry of Public Health and the Beijing Municipal Commission of  Science and Technology. In addition, about seventy papers written by him were published. Now he is an associate professor in the Acupuncture Department, Beijing Municipal Hospi­tal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and director of the Standing Committee of the China Acupuncture Association. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989).


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 [ETUDE SUR LE PSC LATENT. 2) RECHERCHE SUR LE PSC LATENT DES 12 MERIDIENS]. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. advances in acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia,beijing. 1980;:274 (eng).
 
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 [102 CAS DE SPASME FACIAL TRAITES PAR LA METHODE DE CONDUCTION DE L’ENERGIE]. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1982;2(4):17 (chi*).
 102 cas de spasmes de la face sont traités par sensation propagée le long des méridiens conduite au niveau de la zone atteinte. Une analyse de l’étiologie, des formes cliniques du principe thérapeutique et des résultats est réalisée, 82,8 % de résultat positif à court terme et 76,3 % à long terme. En comparaison l’utilisation d’autres techniques (43 cas) montre respectivement 23,2 % et 18,8 %.(traduction GERA disponible).
 
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 [MON OPINION SUR LE TRAITEMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE ET MOXIBUSTION]. YU SHUZHUANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1984;4(4):46 (chi*).
 1) Théorie médicale : différencier le syndrome à partir des quatre méthodes de diagnostic. 2) Méthode thérapeutique : tonifier le vide, disperser la plénitude, régulariser le Qi, activer le sang par puncture, moxibustion ou association acupuncture et moxibustion. 3) Choisir les points selon le syndrôme.
 
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 RESEARCHES ON THE EXCITING TRANSFORMATION OF PROPAGATED SENSATIONS ALONG MERIDIANS. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:257 (eng).
 
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 THE MEASUREMENT OF LATENT PSM LINES ALONG THE MERIDIAN OF HAND SHAOYANG SANJIAO AND THE DETERMINATION OF ITS CUTANEOUS ELECTRIC *. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. second national symposium on acupuncture and moxibustion,beijing. 1984;:282 (eng).
 
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 STUDIES OF PHENOMENON OF LATENT PROPAGATED SENSATION ALONG THE CHANNELS : II. INVESTIGATION OF THE LINES OF LSPC IN THE 12 MAIN *. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. in research on acupuncture,moxibustion and acupuncture anesthesia,beijing. 1986;:729-735 (eng).
 
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 [OBSERVATION OF THE TEMPERATURE OF THE AFFECTED AREA IN CASE OF "QI REACTION TO THE AFFECTED AREA]. YU SHUZHUANG ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1986;6(6):20 (chi*).
 Observation de 30 cas de paralysie faciale. Lorsque l’on effectue la manipulation " diriger l’énergie jusqu’à la zone atteinte", on observe une augmentation de 0,55°c (par exemple coin de la bouche lors de la puncture de 4GI), et cette élévation, 20 minutes après le retrait des aiguilles est de 0,88°c. Alors que le groupe contrôle (sans acupuncture ) montre une réduction de 0,08°c. Ce qui confirme l’élevation locale de la température lors de la manipulation " diriger l’énergie vers la zone affectée".
 
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 TREATMENT OF LOW BACK PAIN BY PLUCKING THE MERIDIAN AT ACUPOINT KUNLUN. YU SHUZHUANG. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:195 (eng).
 [Traitement des lombalgies par "pression" du 60V]. La méthode de "pression" du 60V consiste à appuyer le 60V avec l’index gauche pour un pied droit mis en suppination, en comprimant fortement d’abord, puis en écrasant la substance "pseudo-tendineuse" vers la malléole latérale, de manière à ressentir un roulement de la substance par le médecin et un engourdissement douloureux ou une irradiation électrique sous le pied du patient. Trois "pression" des 60V droits et gauches font une séance. Cette étude révèle 7 cas de lombalgies par dysfonctionnement du Taiyang .4 cas qui ne pouvaient se tourner de par leur douleur furent immédiatement guéris par cette méthode. La sensation d’engourdissement ou d’irradiation électrique sous le pied est nécessaire
 
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 TREATMENT OF LOWER BACK PAIN WITH PRESSING AND PULLING AT KUNLUN (UB 60) METHOD. YU SHUZHUANG. journal of tcm. 1988;8(4):267-8 (eng).
 60V. Acupression bilatérale, le patient en décubitus dorsal. Pression forte vers la malléole, le patient ressent une sensation de lourdeur ou d’électricité irradiant vers la plante. Puis puncture éventuelle du point. Guérison des 3
 
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 [STUDY ON ANTI-HYPERTENSION EFFECT OF MOXIBUSTION ON POINT OF BAIHUI]. YU SHUZHUANG. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;2:9-11 (chi).
 
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 [CLINICAL ANALYSIS OF 145 CASES OF PRIMARY FACIAL SPASM WITH TREAMENT OF METHOD OF STIMULING QI]. YU SHUZHUANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(1):30-34 (chi*). 
 71 male patients and 74 females of primary facial spasm were treated with the method of stimulating Qi. The patients ranged from the age of 20 to 71. 68 patients had their face affected on the left side, 73 on the right side and 4 on the both sides. The shortest duration was 1 day while the longest was 25 years. Acu-points were prescribed from the affected meridians according to the differentiation. The treating methods included method of stimulating Qi, method of hot-red puncture, and that of bleeding. 2 to 3 treatments were offered weekly. Complete materials of 129 cases were undergone statistic procedure, showing that 16 cases were controlled, 40 were
 
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 FULL UNDERSTANDING OF A DISEASE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF ARRIVAL OF QI. YU SHUZHUANG’S. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:1-12 (eng).
 
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 [THE RESEARCH ON COLLATERALS]. YU SHUZHUANG. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1992;12(4):22 (chi*).
 Through the observation on the collaterals of blood of 32 subjects, the author discovered that the appearance and coloration of the collaterals and the effects obtained by pricking these collaterals are identical with those described in classical literature. Therefore, it is ascertained that among the collaterals the collaterals of blood are objectively existent and visible and their substance is blood vessel.