YUAN QING

Yuan Qing (1961-)

Yuan Qing, male, born in October 1961, Guangdongnese, successor of academic experience of professor Jin Rui, professor of the Acupuncture and Massage College of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, supervisor of postgraduates, director of the Jin’s Triple Acupuncture Research Center of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. [source : Journal of Acupuncture and tuina Science. 2007;5(2):65-7.

 

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[CONTRARY FULL ACUPUNCTURING POINT THERAPY OF FACIAL PARALYSIS : RESULT OF 100 CASES].YUAN QING-SHUN.journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1987;3(2):41. (eng).
 
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[ACUPUNCTURE ON POINT NEI JING MING FOR CORTICAL BLINDNESS].YUAN QING SHUN.shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1988;9(11):519-24 (chi).
 
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[CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON 50 CASES WITH CORTEX BLINDNESS TREATED BY BAMBOO JAR].YUAN QINGSHUN.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;9(6):17-8 (chi*).
50 cases with children cortex blindness dew to toxic were treated by author in acupuncture on Neijingming as mainpoint. (1) : Combining with Fengchi, Guangming. (2) : combining with Hegu, Taichong. The two groups can be used alternately. The method : Ask the children to open eyes and one Cun needle of N°.30 can be inserted directlyinto 0.5-1 Cun without lifting and twisting needle. The combining points should be done with even movement method, for 30 minutes. After 6-24 times treatments, all cases have been cured.
 
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[EFFECT OBSERVATION ON 50 CASES OF CORTEX BLIND TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE TO « NEI JING-MING »].YUAN QING-SHUN.shanxi journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;5(2):39-41 (chi).
 
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[ACUPUNCTURE FOR SCIATICA].YUAN QINGSHUN ET AL.shaanxi traditional chinese medicine. 1989;10(9):417-9 (chi).
 
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[EFFECT OF NAOMAITONG ON BASILAR ARTERY RINGS AND PORTAL VEIN STRIP].YUAN QINGLU ET AL.china journal of chinese materia medica. 1993;18(7):433 (chi*).
 
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[CLINICAL STUDY ON 2683 CASES OF MENTAL RETARDATION TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE AT JIN THREE POINTS].YUAN QING ET AL.chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;19(6):328 (chi ).
 
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STUDY ON THE SOMESTHETIC EVOKED POTENTIAL IN ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT OF CERVICAL SPONDYLOPATHY.YUAN QING.word journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2000;10(2):7-0 (eng).
In order to study the significance of somesthetic evoked potentials (SEP) in diagnosis of cervical spondylopathy (CS) and judgement of its therapeutic effect, a total of 60 cases of CS patients were randomly divided into electro-acupuncture (EA) group (n= 30) and control (traction) group (n =30). Amplitudes of N9 N11, N13, N20 and intervalsof N9- N13, N13 – N20 and N9 – N20 of SEP were used as indexes. After 3 courses of treatment, the clinical therapeutic effect of EA group was significantly superior to that of control group (P<0. 01 ); the amplitudes of the aforementioned components of SEP in both groups increased apparently while the inter-peak latency shortened in different degrees. In EA group, the increased values of various components of SEP amplitude, except for N9, were all larger than those of control group ( P< 0.05 for N11 , P < 0.01 for N13 and N20); the values of shortened latencyof different components, except for N13 – N20, were all larger than those of control group ( P < 0. 01 for N9- N13 and N9 – N20 ) . It suggests that SEP possess a certain significance in diagnosis and evaluation of CS and can be
 
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CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF COMBINED THERAPIES OF ACUPUNCTURE,POINT-INJECTION AND ADMINISTRATION OF CHINESE DRUGS FOR TREATMENT OF 443 CASES OF MENTAL RETARDATION CHILDREN.YUAN QING ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2000;10(3):15-17 (eng).
 
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[INFLUENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE ON SOD AND MDA IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL INFARCTION].YUAN QING ET AL.acupuncture research. 2000;25(3):217 (chi*).
There produced satisfied effect in the treatment of cerebral infarction with « Nie Sanzhen » (a method of acupuncturing temple with three needles). This work was to observe the changes of SOD and MDA pre- and post such treatment and further explore its mechanism. The results showed that this method can significantly increase the body’s capability of dispelling the free radicals and lowering the lipids’ peroxidation, effectively improve the metabolic imbalance of free radicals inside the patients.
 
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[SURVEY ON TRITERPENOIDS FROM HEDYOTIS L. AND THEIR SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERISTICS].YUAN QING-MEI , ZHAO JING-FENG, YANG JING-HUA, ET.chinese traditional and herbal drugs. 2001;32(8):754 (chi).
 
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PEDIATRIC CEREBRAL PALSY TREATED WITH SEVEN STAR NEEDLE THERAPY: OBSERVATION OF 260 CASES.YUAN QINGSHUN.international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2001;12(4):327 (eng*).
 
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PEDIATRIC CEREBRAL PALSY TREATED WITH SEVEN STAR NEEDLE THERAPY: OBSERVATION OF 260 CASES.YUAN QINGSHUN.international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2001;12(4):327 (eng*).
Pediatric cerebral palsy (hereinafter cerebral palsy) is caused by certain types of brain injury from the gestation period to the neonatal period, which cause nonprogressive, continuous motor dysfunction and posture abnormality,and in severe cases mental retardation, language disorder and drooling. We treated 260 cases by seven star needle therapy, with results given below.
 
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INFLUENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE (« JIN’S SAN ZHEN ») ON BRAINSTEM EVOKED POTENTIAL IN MENTAL RETARDATION CHILDREN.YUAN QING, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):8 (eng*).
To investigate the effect of acupuncture (« JIN’s San Zhen ») on infantile mental retardation (MR). Methods : 44 cases of MR children were attributed to treatment group and 39 normal children to control group. P3 (event-relatedpotential) and brainstem evoked potentials were used as the indexes. Acupoints « Si-shen Zhen », « Head Zhi San Zhen », « Hand Zhi San Zhen », « Foot Zhi San Zhen » were punctured with filiform needles, and stimulated by manipulating the needle once every 5 minutes with uniform reinforcing-reducing method. The treatment was conducted once daily, 6 times every week, with 4 months being a therapeutic course. Results : In comparison with normal children, the latency of P3 was longer and its amplitude lower in MR children. After 4 months’ acupuncture treatment, the latency was shortened and the amplitude increased significantly in comparison with pre-treatment ( P < 0. 0 1 , 0. 05). Results of the total intelligence quotient (TIQ) evaluation showed a 70.3% coincidence rate compared with improvment of P3. Conclusion : Changes of P3 and BAEP (brain auditory evoked potential) after acupuncture treatment may be related to the effect of « JIN’s San Zhen » in bettering clinical symptoms and signs of
 
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EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON EXPERIMENTAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN RATS.YUAN QING, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):25 (eng*).
Objectives : To explore the effect of acupuncture on cerebral Infarction in rats and to try providing some experimental parameters for clinical practice. Methods : 27 healthy Wistar rats were randomly divided into pseudo-operation (n = 10) , model (n = 8) and acupuncture (n = 9) groups. Neuro-functional defect scoring, apoptosis of single brain slice and the number of bcI-2 immuno-reaction IR)-positive neurons in CA1 area of the hippocampus were used as the indexes to investigate the possible mechanisms of acupuncture of « Nie San Zhen » (needling three acupoints in the temporal region) and « Si Shen Zhen » (needling four acupoints in the occiput region) in treating rats with cerebral Infarction. Results : There existed significant differences between acupuncture group andmodel group in improving neurologic functional activities, inhibiting apoptosis of the brain cells and increasing bcI-2 IR-positive neurons in the hippocampal CA1 area ( P < 0. 0 1 ). Conclusion : Acupuncture therapy can improve cerebral Infarction in the rat by suppressing apoptosis and up-regulation of the bcI-2 IR-positive neuron
 
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INFLUENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE (« JIN’S SAN ZHEN ») ON BRAINSTEM EVOKED POTENTIAL IN MENTAL RETARDATION CHILDREN..YUAN QING, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):8 (eng*).
to investigate the effect of acupuncture (« JIN’s San Zhen ») on infantile mental retardation (MR). Methods : 44 casesof MR children were attributed to treatment group and 39 normal children to control group. P3 (event-related potential) and brainstem evoked potentials were used as the indexes. Acupoints « Si-shen Zhen », « Head Zhi San Zhen », « Hand Zhi San Zhen », « Foot Zhi San Zhen » were punctured with fillform needles, and stimulated by manipulating the needle once every 5 minutes with uniform reinforcing-reducing method. The treatment was conducted once daily, 6 times every week, with 4 months being a therapeutic course. Results: In comparison with normal children, the latency of P3 was longer and its amplitude lower in MR children. After 4 months’ acupuncture treatment, the latency was shortened and the amplitude increased significantly in comparison with pre-treatment ( P < 0. 01, . 05). Results of the total intelligence quotient (TIQ) evaluation showed a 70. 3 % coincidence rate compared with improvement of P3. Conclusion: Changes of P3 and BAEP (brain auditory evoked potential) after acupuncture treatment may be related to the effect of « JIN’s San Zhen » in bettering clinical symptoms and signs of
 
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EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON EXPERIMENTAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN RATS.YUAN QING, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2002;12(3):25 (eng*).
Objectives : To explore the effect of acupuncture on cerebral infarction in rats and to try providing some experimental parameters for clinical practice. Methods : 27 healthy Wistar rats were randomly divided into pseudo-operation (n= 10), model (n= 8) and acupuncture (n= 9) groups. Neuro-functional defect scoring, apoptosis of singlebrain slice and the number of bcI-2 immuno-reaction IR)-positive neurons in CA1 area of the hippocampus were used as the indexes to investigate the possible mechanisms of acupuncture of « Nie San Zhen » (needling three acupoints in the temporal region) and « Si Shen Zhen » (needling four acupoints in the occiput region) in treating rats with cerebral Infarction. Results : There existed significant differences between acupuncture group and model group in improving neurologic functional activities, inhibiting apoptosis of the brain cells and increasing bcI-2 IR-positive neurons in the hippocampal CA 1 area ( P < 0. 0 1 ). Conclusion : Acupuncture therapy can improve cerebral infarction in the rat by suppressing apoptosis and up-regulation of the bcI-2 IR-positive neuron expression.
 
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[ON « SPECIAL NEEDLING SENSATION »].MA RUILING, YUAN QING.jiangsu journal of tcm. 2003;24(1):35 (chi).
 
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[ON « SPECIAL NEEDLING SENSATION »].MA RUILING, YUAN QING.jiangsu journal of tcm. 2003;24(1):35 (chi).
 
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EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON BLOOD OXYGEN FREE RADICAL AND NO LEVELS IN TREATMENT OF APOPLECTIC SEQUELAE..YUAN QING, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture-moxibustion. 2003;13(1):19 (eng*).
Objective : To observe the effect of acupuncture on blood oxygen free radical (OFR) and nitric oxide (NO) levels inthe treatment of apoplectic sequelae. Methods : A total of 61 cases of apoplectic patients were subjected into this study and randomly divided into « JIN San Zhen » group (n=30) and control group (n=31). Blood lipid peroxidase (LPO), superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GSFI-Px) and nitric oxide (NO) contents before and after acupuncture treatment were determined with radioimmunoassay. In both groups, acupuncture was given oncedaily, six times a week, with 4 weeks being a therapeutic course and with the interval between two weeks being a week, 3 courses all together. In « JIN San Zhen » group, acupoints of « JIN San Zhen » were used predominately, while in control group, scalp-point Motor Sensory Area (MS 8) was used as the main point. Results : Self-comparison showed that after 3 courses of treatment, in both groups, LPO and NO levels decreased significantly ( P< 0. 05 – 0. 0 1 ), SOD and GST-Px values increased considerably ( P < 0. 05 – 0. 0 1 ). Comparison between two groups indicated that the effects of « JIN San Zhen » group are significantly superior to those of control group in raising blood SOD and GST-Px levels ( P < 0. 05 – 0. 0 1 ) and in lowering blood NO content ( P < 0 – 0 1 ) . Analysis on the correlation between the restoration of neural function and the changes of LPO, SOD and GST-Px levels suggested that the effect of acupuncture in improving neural function may be related to changes of the aforementioned indexes. Conclusion : Acupuncture therapy can significantly lower blood LPO and NO levels and evidently raise blood SOD and GST-Px levels in stroke patients.
 
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[STUDIES OF « FEI SHAN ZHEN »IN TREATMENT MODEL OF RATS SIMPLY OBESITY].YUAN QING, JIN RUI, OUYANG BO-WEN, ET AL.acta chinese medicine and pharmacology. 2003;31(6):34 (chi*).
 
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[EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA MICE ].YUAN QING, MA RUI-LING, XUE YAN, ET AL.acupuncture research. 2004;29(2):90 (chi*).
 
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EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ON CEREBRAL IMAGES IN AUTISM CHILDREN.YUAN QING, MA RUI-LING, ZHANG JI-WU, ET AL.world journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;14(3):3 (eng*).
Objective: To observe the effect of acupuncture on images in autism children. Methods: A total of 27 cases of autism children were subjected into this study. By using a SPECT, the cerebral images were collected before and after acupuncture treatment and analyzed according to the recommended methods in ((Clinical Nuclear Medicine)) for assessing the state of blood flow, radioactivity quantity distribution and radioactivity count in bilateral hemispheres. « JIN’s three-needling » was employed. The acupuncture treatment was given once every other day, with 4 months being a therapeutic course and an interval of one month between two courses. Results: After acupuncture treatment, of the 22 cases, 20 had remarkable improvement and 2 had improvement in cerebral blood flow. with the total effective rate being 90.8%. Before the treatment there were significant differences between the left and right cerebrum (P < O. 001) , and between the left and right frontal lobes in radioactive areas (P<0.01) ; however, after treatment, no differences were found between them (P>0.05). After treatment, the radioactivity count in the whole brain decreased significantly in comparison with that of pretreatment (P <0.01). It indicates the improvement of cerebral blood flow and cellular metabolism after the treatment. Conclusion: Acupuncture can significantly improve cerebral blood flow in autism children.
 
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INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT NEEDLE-RETAINING DURATION ON CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS OF CEREBRAL PARALYSIS CHILDREN.YUAN QING, WANG QIN-YU, FENG JIAN-QIANG, ZHANG ZHUANG-TAO, CHEN XUE-YUN, JIN RUI.world journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2004;14(2):7 (eng*).
Objective: To investigate the effects of different needle-retaining duration on cerebral hemodynamics in cerebral paralysis (CP) children. Methods: A total of 20 cases of CP children were subjected into this study. Changes of systolic peak value (Vs), blood flow velocity at the end-diastolic phase (Ved), mean velocity (Vm), pulsation index (PI) and resistance index (RI) of the cerebral hemodynamics before and after performing JIN’ s Three-Needling Therapy with the needles retained for 30 min (group A) and 5 min (group B) were observed by using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography (TCD). Results: After acupuncture, the blood flow in the middle cerebral artery (MCA), anterior cerebral artery (ACA) and posterior cerebral artery (PCA) was accelerated, and the resistance of blood vessels decreased. The effect of needle-retaining-30 min was better than that of needle-retaining-5 min. Conclusion: In treating cerebral paralysis by using JIN’ s Three-Needling Therapy, sufficient stimulation provided
 
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[THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF COMBINED TREATMENT OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE AND WESTERN MEDICINE ON 130 CASES OF TRICHOMONAS VAGINITIS ].YUAN QINGXIU, QIAO PING.hebei journal of tcm. 2004;26(3):209 (chi*).
 
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[EFFECTS OF DILONG CAPSULE ON C JUNMRNA EXPRESSION IN LUNG TISSUE OF GUINEA PIGS WITH ASTHMA].YUAN QING-SI, CHEN YI-GUO , CHEN RUO-BING , ET AL.chinese journal of traditional medical science and technology. 2005;12(2):81 (chi).
Objective:To approach the mechanism of dilong capsule on asthma. Methods: C — JUN mRNA expression in lung tissue of guinea pigs in different experimental groups was determined by hybridization in situ.Results: The C — JUN mRNA expression in lung tissue of guinea pigs with asthma was high, which was the highest at the 24th hours after asthma was provoked. the expression in three other groups with dilong capsule wasn’ t distinct. Conclusion: Dilong capsule can treat asthma by mean of improving the expression of C — JUN mRNA in lung tissue.
 
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ACUPOINTS COMBINATION CHARACTERISTICS OF JIN’S TRIPLE ACUPUNCTURE.YUAN QING.journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2007;5(2):65 (eng).