Traditional Chinese medicine has experienced thousands of years of development, and today's Chinese medicine has ushered in a good time for development.
Origin and inheritance of traditional Chinese medicine
The historical heritage of Chinese medicine is an important topic for Chinese medicine. The "Fifty-two Diseases" unearthed from Mawangdui is the oldest medical prescription discovered in China. The four classic works of Chinese medicine ("Shen Nong's Herbal Classic", "The Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic", "Treatise on Febrile Diseases", "Golden Chambers") laid the foundation for TCM theory, clinical, herbal medicine, typhoid fever and miscellaneous diseases. They have not only been passed down to this day, but also It still has important guiding role and practical value for the clinical practice of Chinese medicine today.
The practice of clinical diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the four clinics and eight health, health care, to guide the clinical practice of the theory of treatment of disease, has been applied in clinical since ancient times. "Compendium of Materia Medica", "Nei Jing" and "The Treatise on Febrile Diseases" have become the must-reads of doctors of all ages. Today, they are still regarded as a collection of Chinese medicine by traditional Chinese medicine doctors. TCM is talking about the vastness of the sea, leaving valuable experience handed down from generation to generation for later generations.
The millennium history of blossoming flowers records the process of diagnosis and treatment of diseases by famous historical experts. The medical records and thesis are valuable contributions of the medics of the past. The history of the doctors said that the essence of Chinese medicine has been passed on to future generations of medical doctors from generation to generation. The inheritance of Chinese medicine cannot but be said to be a great course.
Teacher training is also an important way for the development of Chinese medicine. Since ancient times, teachers and teachers, family biography and other methods have made young children who are ignorant of Chinese medicine practitioners, and have gradually become a Chinese medicine practitioner serving the people through parents and masters. Of course, there are also people who learn from others through multiple parties and absorb the experience of others to improve their diagnosis and treatment skills.
Past physicians and officials of all ages have attached great importance to the inheritance of Chinese medicine. The official books of the Song Dynasty, "Tai Ping Huimin and the Agent Bureau", the Tang Dynasty's "Tang Xiu Materia Medica", the Qing Dynasty's "Medical Jin Jian" and other monographs were compiled by the government organization and became an indispensable reference in the clinic. book.
After the founding of New China, the state paid more attention to Chinese medicine. Not only has a Chinese medicine research institute been established, but also four Chinese medicine colleges and many Chinese medicine hospitals have been established to vigorously develop Chinese medicine.
TCM self-confidence stems from theory and clinical practice
The overall concept of Chinese medicine is its theoretical feature. Ancient Chinese medicine established the holistic view of "Heaven and Man", and believed that human health is related to the changes of nature and yin and yang. The visceral function of the human body is an interdependent whole, which is also influenced by philosophy at that time.
Syndrome differentiation is also one of the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine. Syndrome differentiation is a kind of clinical manifestation of patients collected through the four consultations, and then through four clinics, eight classes (yin and yang in the cold and heat) to analyze the condition, establish syndromes, and rely on the legislative prescription.
This process embodies four clinics, eight classes, syndrome differentiation legislation, and the prescription process. It is also called the prescription of the law and the law, and it is necessary to ensure the consistency of the prescriptions. The diagnosis and treatment of diseases by Chinese medicine reflects the characteristics of Chinese medicine.
The clinical process of TCM reflects the guidance of TCM theory and is a logical and scientific process. Traditional Chinese medicine attaches great importance to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, and emphasizes the practice of theory in clinical practice.
With the development of medical care and health care in the past, the prescriptions are increasing. For example, "Shen Nong's Herbal Classic" contains only 365 kinds of medicines. To the Ming Dynasty "Compendium of Materia Medica" has recorded more than 1892 kinds of prescriptions, and the prescriptions are also increasing. The prescriptions recorded in various medical books have been numerous.
Traditional Chinese medicine has long been a medical method that Chinese people cannot do without. With the reform and opening up, Chinese medicine treatment methods such as acupuncture, massage, health care, and health care have been welcomed by many countries. They are popular in Southeast Asian countries such as Japan and South Korea and some countries in Europe and America, increasing the confidence of Chinese medicine.
Chinese medicine re-transmission is also developing
The development of Chinese medicine has never stopped. This is not only reflected in the increasing number of clinical diseases, but also as the disease spectrum changes.
In the "Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic" "The Cold and Miscellaneous Diseases", the fever was recorded. With the development of history, smallpox appeared in the Ming Dynasty. Some warm diseases and plagues in the Ming and Qing Dynasties gradually appeared and increased, which led to the study of warm diseases and plague. In the treatment of new diseases such as SARS and A stream, the thoughts of the Chinese medicine hospital are also absorbed.
Chinese medicine works have far-reaching effects. The country has established dozens of colleges and universities of Chinese medicine, and the teaching materials of traditional Chinese medicine have undergone major changes. The textbooks of Chinese medicine schools still reflect the traditional experience and discussion of traditional Chinese medicine. To date, traditional Chinese medicine, prescriptions, Chinese medicine theory and the Yellow Emperor "The Treatise on Febrile Diseases" is still the main content of TCM teaching.
The continuous research and development of Chinese patent medicines and the continuous updating of Chinese medicine extraction methods are more representative of the application of Chinese medicine to scientific methods in the present era.
On the basis of traditional Chinese medicine, the use of modern advanced scientific methods is a common phenomenon in the application of modern science in various disciplines. For example, we refer to imaging examinations and physical and chemical examination results in clinical practice.
Ancient medicine is rich in content. I have used my clinical observations to find that there is a cough that is different from the "heat cough, cold cough, dry cough" in the cough mentioned in the textbook. I call it "wind cough." Then I went through the ancient doctors and found that the name of "wind cough" was not perfect enough to study the Suhuang Zhike Decoction, and then guided the development of Suhuang Zhike Capsule, which has been listed and filled with Chinese medicine. Wind cough - cough variant asthma, a blank of cough medication after a cold. After the drug was launched, it was widely welcomed by the medical profession and entered the "Cough Guide (2015 Edition)", which is a typical example of inheritance and development.