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Translational Medicine and Modernization of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Xiao Hongbin,Liu Yanqiu,

世界科学技术-中医药现代化 , 2011,
Abstract: Translational medicine is a new subject that focuses on the transition process of developing and delivering basic theoretical and technological tools to assist prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. Translational medicine is regarded as a double-way route: Bench to Bedside and Bedside to Bench (BtoB). Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), as a predominant industry in China, is undergoing the modernized progress from traditional Chinese herbs to Chinese medicine innovation. During the process, inheritance and innovation of TCM as well as the combination of basic research and clinical research are emphasized. The concept of inheritance, innovation and combination is closely related to the BtoB mode of translational medicine. Guided by TCM theories and characteristics of integrated multi-component regulation, the strategy of combining reduction with integration will further promote the modernization of TCM and new drug innovation.
Translational medicine and research strategies of renaldisease prevention and therapy with Chinese medicine

- , 2016,
Abstract: 转化医学的概念是在过去的20年发展成形的,近来,全球范围内的转化医学经历了从兴趣到资金投入的高峰。转化医学是从医学基础到应用研究的双向道路:即实验室到临床和临床到实验室。当前在中国转化医学同样受到重视,并且已经应用到中医学中。中医学存在独立的理论系统,是临床经验的高度总结,因此将转化医学应用于中医应该与中医学的特点、问题和需要相结合。中医发展模式是从临床实践到理论再到临床实践,这与转化医学模式非常相似。很多中药和治疗方法可有效治疗肾脏疾病,但是远远不够临床使用。因此有必要将转化医学的方法和理念借
Translational medicine is a new concept developed in the past two decades, and it has recently experiencedfrom worldwide attention to an upsurge in funding. Translational medicine has been considered as a two-way road: benchto-bedside and bedside-to-bench. At present, translational medicine has become popular in China and been introducedinto traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM has a unique theoretical system and mainly reflects the characteristics ofthe experience-based medicine. Therefore, putting translational medicine into TCM should consider the characteristics,problems and needs of TCM. The development mode of TCM is “from clinical practice to theory and then to clinicalpractice”, which is similar to translational medicine. Many effective herbal medicines and therapeutic methods have beenwidely used in clinical practice for kidney diseases, but it is still not enough for clinical doctors. So it is necessary for theprevention and treatment of kidney diseases to refer to the methods and conceptions of translational medicine
Development and Innovation about the Subject of Chinese Materia Medica Processing

Zhang Cun,Li Li,Xiao Yongqing,

世界科学技术-中医药现代化 , 2011,
Abstract: Based on translational medicine, the main task, research area and the key problem for the development and innovation about the subject of Chinese Materia Medica (CMM) processing have been discussed in this article. Equal attention has been paid to inherit and innovate CMM processing. The development of basic scientific research and industrial innovation have been promoted to ensure the rational clinical application of the processed product. The promotion of modernization and internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine is the important way of CMM processing development.
Use of traditional Chinese medicine in HIV/AIDS in China  [PDF]
Jian Wang, Wen Zou, Ying Liu
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2010.38111
Abstract: This paper gives a general introduction of HIV/AIDS treatment with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in China during the past 20 years. Although the role of TCM in treatment of HIV/AIDS is promising, there is still a long way to go.
The Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine  [PDF]
Patrick Kim Cheng Low, Sik-Liong Ang
Chinese Medicine (CM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/cm.2010.13016
Abstract: In this paper, the authors examine and interpret the concept of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) whom the Chinese believes and practices for so many centuries. The authors also explain the ancient Chinese con-cepts of Chi and Tao (Yin and Yang) which are the foundation of the TCM. This paper also seeks to discuss the ways of attaining a healthy body with the clarity of mind as well as to demonstrate the benefits of such healthy lifestyle.
Discussion on definition of "traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine integration" and "integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine"  [cached]
CHEN Shi-Kui
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2003,
Abstract: Objective: To discuss the definition of "traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine integration" and "integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine". Methods: Logic methods. Results: It was found that there were a lot of problems on the definition of "traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine integration" and "integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine". Conclusion: The understanding of the concepts of "traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine integration" and "integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine" was improved after the extensive discussion.
Clinical study by way of Combining Diseases with Differentiation of their syndromes, An Important Mode in Study on Combination of Chinese Traditional and Western Medicine

Chen Keji,Song Jun,

世界科学技术-中医药现代化 , 2006,
Abstract: This article shows with specific cases that the mode of clinical diagnosis, treatment and study of diseases, which combines the diagnosis in Western medicine and the differentiation of syndromes in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), is an important one of clinical study in the combination of Chinese traditional and Western medicine. The authors of this article hold that such a mode is an inevitable outcome of the development of traditional Chinese medical science and that its wide application in clinical diagnosis and treatment may offer a great contribution to its development. It fully embodies the complementarity of the advantages of Chinese traditional and Western medicine and appears as a form of expression of their organic integration and a practical embodiment of their combination at a higher lever as well.
Application of genomics and proteomics in study of traditional Chinese medicine  [cached]
Wen Jin-Kun
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2004,
Abstract: The technique of genomics and proteomics is one of the fastest developments with the farest-reaching consequences in the high and new biotechnology in the world of today. It can be used to screen the target molecules of the action of traditional Chinese medicines, to identify the new effective components from traditional Chinese medicines,and to explore the mechanisms of the effects of traditional Chinese medicines. It meets the shortcomings of the conventional methodology being applied in the current studies of traditional Chinese medicine. Application of the theories and technique of genomics and proteomics in the study of traditional Chinese medicine would be of great significance for opening new research field of traditional Chinese medicine, for facilitating the integration of traditional Chinese medicine and modern biological science and technology, and for promoting the internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine.
Phenomenological Mechanism of Inspection in Traditional Chinese Medicine  [PDF]
Ye Deng, Zhuowei Chen
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2019.82004
Abstract: Inspection is the crucial process to gain the physical condition of a patient before diagnosis and treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Unlike the completely objective description of a patient in Western Medicine, the subjective thinking of the medical practitioners is comprised of TCM inspection. What’s more, Master of Chinese medical practitioner (CMP) could make a diagnosis only with inspection and without self-ratiocinate and demonstrate the process. This article revealed how the knowledge and experiences instantly appear in a CMP’s mind when he/she makes an inspection with the methods and conclusions of phenomenological philosophy. When a CMP sees a patient, he/she can “see” the symptoms of a patient with the help of intentional intuition, which is synthesized of retention. On this basis, pathogenesis knowledge will be given by the way of passive association. This conclusion drawn from phenomenological philosophy offers a new road for many problems remained pendent in TCM diagnosis and treatment.
Comparison of Sasang Constitutional Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda
Jong Yeol Kim,Duong Duc Pham,Byung Hee Koh
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1093/ecam/neq052
Abstract: Sasang constitutional medicine (SCM), traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda are three different forms of Asian traditional medicine. Although these traditions share a lot in common as holistic medicines, the different philosophical foundations found in each confer distinguishing attributes and unique qualities. SCM is based on a constitution-based approach, and is in this way relatively more similar to the Ayurvedic tradition than to the TCM, although many of the basic SCM theories were originally derived from TCM, a syndrome-based medicine. SCM and TCM use the same botanical materials that are distributed mainly in the East Asian region, but the basic principles of usage and the underlying rationale are completely different from each other. Meanwhile, the principles of the Ayurvedic use of botanical resources are very similar to those seen in SCM, but the medicinal herbs used in Ayurveda generally originate from the West Asian region which displays a different spectrum of flora.
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