TCVM Approach to Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Diseases

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 22ND ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TCVM
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TCVM Approach to  Gastrointestinal and  Hepatobiliary Diseases

Proceedings of the 22nd Annual International Conference on TCVM

Topics range from Basic Theory Research to Gastrointestinal Disorders for Small Animals, Equine and Mix.

Edited by: Liting Cao DVM, PhD and Huisheng Xie DVM, PhD

Hardcover, 259 page, Color



Chapter One: Basic Theory/Research
 
  • Chinese Herbals for Gastrointestinal Disorders: Evidence-Based Clinical Application
 
  • A Retrospective Study of 67 Cases of Equine Impaction Colic Treated with the Chinese Herbal Medicine
 
  • Spleen-Stomach (Earth-Tonic) School
 
  • TCVM Diagnostic Methods for Gastrointestinal Disease in Dogs and Cats
 
  • How to Balance for Gastrointestinal Disorders in Animals
 
  • Do We Need More Research on Acupuncture in Equine Sports Medicine? A Literature Review
 
  • The Heart Governs the Mind. How to Utilise the Heart-Brain Connection in Cultivating Resilience
 
  • Correlation Between TCVM Pattern Diagnosis and Gastroscopy in Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
 
  • Thermographic and Visible Fluorescence Induced by UV Light Study of Acupoint Fu-tu, LI-18 in the Horse
 
  • Liver-3 Acupoint Effect on Isoflurane Anesthesia Usage During Canine Orchiectomy: A Controlled, Randomized and Blinded Clinical Study
 
  • Acupuncture Treatments Reduced Paroxysmal Cough and Heart Rate at Six Minutes Walk Test in Dogs Suffering from Tracheal Collapse Following the Previous Standard Medical Treatment
 
  • The Effectiveness of Integrating Gui Pi Tang With Conventional Medicine in the Treatment of Thrombocytopenia in Dogs: A Retrospective Study
 
Chapter Two: Gastrointestinal Disorders
 
  • Food Therapy for Gastrointestinal Disorders in Dogs and Cats
 
  • Food Therapy for Common Equine Gastrointestinal Ulcers
 
  • TCVM Approach to GI Disorders
 
  • Pancreatitis: Diagnosis and Treatment Using Warm Disease Theory
 
  • TCVM for the Treatment of Diarrhea in Horses
 
  • Equine Colic: A TCVM Approach


  • TCVM for Gastric snd Colonic Ulcer in Horses


  • How to Use TCVM for the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
 
  • Electroacupuncture for Megacolon in Small Animals
 
  • TCVM Treatment of Gastric Dilatation in Dogs: A Case Report
 
  • Harnessing the Power of Qi for Treatment of Equine Gas Colic
 
  • Clinical Application of TCVM for Postoperative Ileus Horses
 
  • The Use of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine for Treatment of Chronic Diarrhea and Lameness on A Horse
 
  • Integrative Therapy for an Anorexic Walrus in 2014
 
Chapter Three: Hepatobiliary Diseases
 
  • TCVM for Treatment of Icterus
 
  • Treatment of Hepatopathy, Portal Hypertension, Ascites, Peritoneal and Pleural Effusion and Urinary Calculi in a Three-year-old Cocker Spaniel with Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy
 
  • Lifelong Management of Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts with Severe Anemia Using Dietary Therapy, Chinese Herbal Formulations, and Acupuncture in an Airedale
 
  • Use of TCVM Food Therapy in an 8 Years Old Pug for the Treatment of Biliary Mucocele
 
  • Use of TCVM in a 2-Year-Old Domestic Short-Haired Cat for the Treatment of Severe Jaundice
 
  • TCVM to Diagnose and Treat a Special Canine Hepatobiliary
 
  • Clinical Applications of the Chinese Herbal Formula “Liver Happy” in Dog Patients Suffering Liver Disease due to Differential Western Medical Diagnosis
 
  • Use of TCM as Part of an Integrative Treatment Plan in a Canine with Concurrent Liver and Adrenal Masses
 
  • Use of TCM as Part of an Integrative Treatment Plan in a Canine Patient with Cushing’s Disease, Hepatopathy, and a Gallbladder Mucocele
 
  • Using Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine to Treat a Case of Progressive Retinal Atrophy in an Adult Greyhound with Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency, Blood Deficiency, Jing Deficiency, and Liver Qi Stagnation
 
Chapter Four: Other Diseases
 
  • Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Treatment for Idiopathic Sialorrhea in a Koala
 
  • Canine Transitional Cell Carcinoma: Diagnosis and Management
 
  • Treatment of Tracheal Collapse Using Acupuncture, Tui-na and Chinese Herbal Medicine
 
  • Acupuncture Case Study On a 2-Yr-Old Dachshund with Hindlimb Paralysis
 
  • Acupuncture Diagnosis in Equine Stifle Diseases
 
  • Sole Dry Needle Acupuncture Treatment for Chocolate Toxicity in a Dog
 
  • Using Chinese Herbal Medicine to Treat a Dog with Strange Angry Mood Cycle
 
  • Integrative Medicine:TCVM and Rehabilitation in a Case of Radio/Ulnar Fracture and Radial Paralysis in an Owl
 
  • Integrative Therapy for a Grizzly Bear with Severe Degenerative Joint Disease in 2016
 
  • Strike the Wood, Light the Fire, and Singe the Earth
 
  • Treating Mares with Reproductive Problems with Balanced Method Acupuncture
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