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Volume 23, Issue 6 - Nov 2010
Volume 23, Issue 5 - Sep 2010
Volume 23, Issue 4 - Jul 2010
Volume 23, Issue 3 - May 2010
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Mar 2010
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Jan 2010
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A Study on The Prescription Theory of "Gyeongbangsilheomrok(經方實驗錄)"
Eun, Seok-Min ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 1~11
"Gyeongbangsilheomrok(經方實驗錄)" is a book that was written for the propagation of the thought of Gyeongbang(經方) theory in the early 20th century. Gyeongbang means the medicine in "Sanghanron(傷寒雜病論)" which was written by Jangjonggyeong(張仲景), who is known as a great doctor of ancient times in China. Gyeongbang had worked as a good model of medicine for a long time, but as time goes by, there appeared some physicians pointing out the limit of Gyeongbang and trying to overcome it. Through the effort like this, there gradually had appeared so many physicians carrying out the medical treatment which was getting out of the boundary of Gyeongbang. And There also had appeared a group of physicians, called Gyeongbangpa(經方派), opposing the opinion like this and defending the academic value of Gyeongbang. "Gyeongbangsilheomrok" had been estimated as a meaningful achievement of Gyeongbangpa tradition, and also had been regarded as a good book comprising copious basic theory about Bangje(方劑). The most significant assertion in this book is that it explained the Onbyeong(溫病) theory as a component itself in "Sanghanron(傷寒論)", which had been argued by many other medicians thinking that "Sanghanron" did not cover the treatment of Onbyeong. In regarding to this problem, "Gyeongbangsilheomrok" argued that the concept of Onbyeong in "Sanghanron" belongs to the category of Taeyangbyeong(太陽病) and also suggested that Galgeuntang(葛根湯) would be the main recipe for Onbyeong.
"노로항언(老老恒言)"에 나타난 노인의 소화기 계통 양생법 (II) - 소화기계 부속기관과 소화기 계통의 일반적인 양생법을 중심으로 -
Yun, Cheol-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 13~30
Study on Eum-yang Interlocking in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)"
Ju, Bao-Zhao ; Kim, Hyo-Chul ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 31~33
The earliest record of 'Eum-yang Interlocking(陰陽交)' is in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)". In this article, we reviewed the meaning of the two Chinese Characters 'On'(溫) and "Gyo"(交), discussed the meaning, mechanism and treatment principles of Eum-yang Interlocking and Three Incurable Symptoms in order to provide a theoretical basis for treating the warm febrile disease in modern times.
Holistic Concept of the Medical Beauty in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)"
Ju, Bao-Zhao ; Kim, Hyo-Chul ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 35~37
The Medical Beauty in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)" is characterized by the establishment of the unity of man and nature, human and social unity, the unity of human body organs and meridians, Gi-Blood[氣血] human essence unity, the unity of body and spirit. The harmony of Jang(臟) and Bu(腑), blood and Gi(氣), Eum and Yang and mental and physical health are essential to the beauty, and the harmony of internal and external environment must not be overlooked. In a word, the Medical Beauty in "Hwangjenaegyeong(黃帝內經)" is the thought of strong and handsome which based on cultivating health to prevent disease and aging.
Clinical research methodology for Traditional Korean Medicine treatment of lung cancer : Evidence-based approach
Kim, Kyung-Suk ; Kim, Sme-Hyun ; Eo, Wan-Kyu ; Cheon, Seong-Ha ; Eom, Seok-Ki ; Jo, Hak-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 39~62
Background : I investigated clinical research methodology of Traditional Korean Medicine(TKM) for treatment of lung cancer with Evidence Based Medicine(EBM) approach. Methods : I conducted the internet search of National Central Library, the National Assembly Library, Korea Education & Research Information Service, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information for Korean theses and papers, and MEDLINE for the outside articles. Conclusion : In addition to outcomes of clinical trial, abundant clinician's experience and patients' preference are also considered. Pragmatic trials and quasi-experimental trials are better than clinical trials to plan clinical design of TKM for lung cancer and appropriate endpoints includes overall survival, disease-free survival, patient reporting outcome.
A Proposal for Research Process of Botanical Drug based Clinical Traditional Korean Medicine - Historical Evidence-Based Medicine II -
Eom, Seok-ki ; Kim, Se-hyun ; Kim, Kyung-suk ; Park, Sang-jae ; Eo, Wan-kyu ; Choi, Won-cheol ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 63~102
Purpose : To propose various types of clinical research which is feasible for botanical new drug (IND) development processes, and suggest essential steps to development of study protocol for IND. Methods : Literature-based discussions and one research group's experience is given regarding domestic act, regulation, and system. Results : In order to get an approval of IND for botanical drug in Korea there are several types of clinical research to conduct. In quality control steps for standardized medicinal herbs, case reports or case series can be conducted, and for good manufacturing practice(GMP) steps, we can conduct case reports, case series, and retrospective cohort studies. In addition, as long as we gathered good laboratory practice(GLP) data we can conduct up to quasi-experimental studies and clinical trials including investigator initiated trials. In order to conduct these studies development of study protocol is essential. First, we obtain historical evidence including target disease and indication, efficacy, safety, and endpoints by reviewing medical classics. Second, we obtain clinically and statistically important data by conducting non-clinical studies, observation studies, and quasi-experimental studies. Third, we generate research hypotheses and purposes and explore methodologies, endpoints, clinical practice guidelines, cost-effectiveness, and commercial potential. Finally, we develop study protocol with aid of biostatistician or expert in contract research organization. Discussions and conclusions : This study have obvious limitations in that most thoughts, suggestions, and proposes are from one research group's experience. Therefore, we hope to see various types of research in this topic and process from other research group as well.
A Research on The Pulse & Disease-patterns and Diagnostic Theory of Exogenous Febrile Disease in the "Sanghanjeonsaengjip(傷寒全生集)"
Choi, Dong-Su ; Sheen, Yeong-Il1 ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 103~153
"Sanghanjeonsaengjip(傷寒全生集)" is a classic medical work, written by the outstanding physician Dohwa(陶華) in the Ming Dynasty. The characteristic of "SangHanJeonSaengJip" is that this book succeeded to the spirit of pattern identification and treatment of Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases, newly changed a table of contents by symptoms, and together with this indicated the prescriptions in accordance with diswase-pattern at "YujeunghwalInseo(類證活人書)", "Hwajegookbang(和劑局方)" etc. Also because this kept the existing ephedra decoction, cinnamom twig decoction, minor decoction of bupleurum, decoction for reinforcing middle-energizer and replenishing qi etc.'s name on and unlikely indicated the medicine composition, it caused confusion, but at the later ages "Euhakipmun(醫學入門)" the so-called 'Doci(陶氏)' was added to the prescription name, so we are able to distinguish. Together with this, this book dose not indicate the dosage of medicine and indicates the first, the second, and the third classes[上中下] below medicine. As this dose not mean the three grades of quality"good, fair, and poor[上中下] of "Shennong's Classic of Materia Medica" but expresses the sovereign medicinal as the first class[上], minister medicinal as the second class[中] and assistant and courier medicinal as the third class[下], doctors can voluntarily decide the dosage of medicine in accordance with the degree of disease. At this thesis, I single out ten chapters in contents of 2nd volume named Hyeong(亨) corresponding to the details, among "Sanghanjeonsaengjip(傷寒全生集)". I discussed superficial fever types of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 1, aversion to cold types of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 2, syndrome caused un-sufficient sweating in chapter 3, organic fever types of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 4, aversion to wind types of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 5, Tidal fever types of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 6, Alternative attacts of chills and fever in chapter 7, Dysphoria with smothery sensation in chapter 8, Fidgetiness of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 9, and Headache of exogenous febrile disease in chapter 10, and together with this I discussed, in detail, which influence the prescriptions which are listed on each chapter have caused on future generations In accordance with this, I think that the above-mentioned symptoms and prescriptions are important when I research cold damage and warm disease study. So I orderly research revision, annotation, rendering and an investigation.
A Review on Two Fructus Jujubae & Three Rhizoma Zingiberis Rencns in Prescription of "Dongeuibogam"
Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Song, Ji-Chung ; Eom, Dong-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 23, issue 4, 2010, Pages 155~167
Two Fructus Jujubae & three Rhizoma Zingiberis Rencns are usually used in parts of prescriptions in oriental medicine. In "Dongeuibogam", those are prescribed as drugs. However, those are not exactly same with original books, which "Dongeuibogam" had quoted. In original books, those are sometimes mentioned just as 'Fructus Jujubae & Rhizoma Zingiberis' or different amount of them. Therefore, authors try to compare with "Dongeuibogam" and its original books to find out the reason of discordance. As a result, we could conclude that Two jujubes & three pieces of ginger are more commonly prescribed than original books and are fixed to use more conveniently and to give standard for doctor.