(The Science and Civilization in China: Medicine Volume) Zhongguo ke xue ji shu shi (Mandarin Chinese Edition) 中国科学技术史:医学卷 (精装) ISBN: 9787030061607

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目录
总序
第一篇先秦时期
第一章医学的起源
第一节本能的作用
第二节巫医与巫术
一“医源于巫”的观点
二原始宗教与医学
三巫术的结构
四巫术的作用力与转移方式
五巫术在医学中的地位
第三节理论起源的多种途径
一经验的积累与总结
二经络理论的特殊性
三与古代哲学的关系
第四节卫生保健的起源
一火的使用
二居住条件的改善
三饮水卫生
四服装
第二章早期的医药知识积累
第一节以汉文化为核心的医药知识体系
第二节对疾病的认识
一疾病的概念
二疾病的名称与种类
三疾病的原因
第三节药物知识
一药的概念
二《山海经》中的药物知识
三酒与医、药
第四节外治法
一按摩术
二灸熨
三针砭
第三章医学体系的形成
一医事制度
二医学分科
三医学知识的传承
四医学的构成
第二节医学理论
一经脉学说
二脏腑学说
三阴阳学说的运用
四五行学说的运用
第三节养生学
一养生的概念
二养形之术
三养性之论
第四节著名医家
一俞跗
二医缓与医和
三扁鹊与秦越人
四文挚
第二篇秦汉两晋时期
第四章秦与西汉的医学
第一节医学著作与重要人物
一马王堆出土医籍
二张家山汉简《脉书》与《引书》
三阜阳汉简《万物》
四淳于意及其“诊籍”
五今本《黄帝内经》——《素问》与《灵枢》
第二节医学基础理论的确立
一经脉学说体系的形成
二解剖知识与医学理论
三对疾病的认识
第三节诊断技术
一望色
二切脉
第四节治疗技术
一针灸疗法
二药物疗法
第五节本草之学的成立
一“本草”的概念
二本草之名的出现
第六节养生之道与房中术
一神仙方术与养生
二养生方法
三“房中”之术
第七节医事制度
第五章东汉、三国的医学
第一节医学著作与著名医家
一《黄帝明堂经》
二《黄帝八十一难经》
三《神农本草经》
四张仲景与《伤寒杂病论》
五华佗
六吴普与《吴普本草》
七郭玉、吕广、董奉
第二节药物学与方剂学
一本草学的发展
二药物剂型的转变
三炼丹术与矿物药
四方荆学
第三节医学发展的时代特征
一“伤寒”之学的成立
二运气学说
三阴阳、五行与医学的进一步结合
四性、命双修的养生学
第四节医事制度
第六章两晋医学
第一节重要的医学人物与著作
一王叔和与《脉经》
二皇甫谧与《针灸甲乙经》
三葛洪与《肘后备急方》
第二节医学发展的时代特征
一方书盛世的开始
二佛道两教与医学
三服石之风
四灸法的独立发展
第三节医事制度
第三篇南北朝隋唐时期
第七章南北朝的医学
第一节医学发展及其特征
第二节道教佛教对医学发展的影响
一炼丹术和炼丹家
二道教及其著作对医学理论的影响
三僧医及佛教医学对传统医学的影响
第三节著名医家与医籍
一陈延之和《小品方》
二刘涓子和《刘涓子鬼遗方》
三褚澄和《褚澄遗书》
四姚僧垣和《集验方》
五东海徐氏世家
六馆陶李氏世家
七高阳许氏世家
八清河崔氏世家
九释深师等僧医
十全元起
十一王显
十二褚该
十三周澹
十四羊欣
十五秦承祖
十六王微
第四节药物学的发展
一《本草经集注》
二专科类本草
三图谱类本草
四采药和种植类本草
五炮制类本草
六本草音义及其他
第五节病因学和诊断学的发展
一病因学的发展
二诊断技术的发展
第六节针灸学的发展
第七节临床医学的发展
一内科
二外科
三妇产科
四儿科
五五官科
第八节医事制度
第八章隋唐医学
第一节隋唐医学发展的基本特征
一佛教医学的渗入
二大型医书的编撰
三医学经典的注释
四注意专病的研究
五兴办医学教育
第二节著名医家与著作
一巢元方与《诸病源候论》
二孙思邈与《千金方》
三王焘与《外台秘要》
四咎殷与《产宝》
五甄权与《明堂人形图》
六杨上善与《黄帝内经太素》
七王冰与《黄帝内经素问》
八蔺道人与《仙授理伤续断秘方》
九张文仲
第三节本草学的发展
一官修本草
二图谱的编撰
三食疗类本草
四海外药物专著
五《本草拾遗》
第四节医学理论和诊断技术的发展
一医学理论
二诊断技术
第五节针灸学的发展
一针灸图谱
二针灸专著
三针灸临床
第六节临床医学的发展
一内科
二外伤科
三妇产科
四儿科
五五官科及口腔科
六按摩科
第七节医事制度
一尚药局
二药藏局
三太医署
四地方医事机构
第九章藏医学的形成和发展
第一节藏医学的理论
一生理学说
二解剖和胚胎学说
三人体类型学说
四病因学说
五藏医学的诊断治疗方法
第二节月王药诊
第三节宇陀·宁玛元丹贡布与《四部医典》
一生平简述
二《四部医典》
……
第四篇宋金元时期
第五篇明清时期
第六篇中外医学交流
索引
后记
总跋
table of Contents
General order
The first pre-Qin period
Chapter 1 The Origin of Medicine
The first section of the role of instinct
The Second Witch Doctor and Witchcraft
A point of view of “medical origins from witches”
Two original religions and medicine
Three Witchcraft Structures
Four Witchcraft Forces and Methods of Transfer
Five Sorcery’s Position in Medicine
The third section of the theory of the origin of a variety of ways
Accumulation and summary of an experience
The speciality of the theory of two meridians
The relationship between the three and ancient philosophy
Section IV The Origin of Health Care
The use of a fire
II Improvement of living conditions
Three drinking water hygiene
Four clothing
Chapter 2 Accumulation of Early Medical Knowledge
Section 1 Medical Knowledge System with Chinese Culture as the Core
Section II Understanding of Disease
The concept of a disease
The name and type of disease
The cause of the three diseases
The third section of drug knowledge
The concept of a drug
The Drug Knowledge in Shan Hai Jing
Three wines and medicine, medicine
Section IV External Treatment
a massage
Two moxibustion
Three needles
Chapter III Formation of Medical System
A medical system
Second Medical Branch
Third, the inheritance of medical knowledge
The composition of four medicines
Section II Medical Theory
The theory of pulse
Two internal organs
The Use of Sanyinyang Theory
The use of four or five lines of theory
Section III Health Education
A concept of health
Two Forms of Shaping
Sanitarianism
The fourth quarter famous doctors
Yu Yue
Two medical doctors and doctors
Three flat and Qin Yue people
Four texts
The second part of Qin and Han Dynasties
Chapter IV Medicine of Qin and Western Han Dynasty
Section 1 Medical Works and Important Persons
A Mawangdui Unearthed Medical Register
The Zhangjiashan Han Jian Ji Ke and Cishu
Three Suiyang Han Jian “All Things”
Four tips and their “diagnosis”
Five present editions of The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic – Su Wen and Lingshu
Section II Establishment of Basic Medical Theory
The formation of a pulse theory system
Second Anatomy Knowledge and Medical Theory
Three understanding of the disease
Section III Diagnostic Techniques
A look
Second cut
Section IV Treatment Technology
Acupuncture therapy
Two drug therapy
The establishment of the fifth section of Herbalism
The concept of a “Materia Medica”
The emergence of the name of the two herbs
Section VI Health Road and Room Surgery
One Immortal Xian Fang and health
Two health methods
Three “room” technique
Section 7 Medical System
Chapter V Medicine of Eastern Han and Three Kingdoms
Section 1 Medical Works and Famous Medical Doctors
A “The Yellow Emperor Ming Tang Jing”
Two “The Yellow Emperor Eighty-one Difficulties”
Three “Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing”
Four Zhang Zhongjing and The Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases
Wuhuan
Six Wu Pu and Wu Pu Materia Medica
Qi Guoyu, Lu Guang, Dong Feng
Section II Pharmacology and Formulae
A scholastic development
Two drug dosage forms
Three alchemy and mineral medicine
Quartet learning
Section 3 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development
The establishment of a school of “typhoid fever”
Second Luck Theory
The Combination of Sanyinyang, Five Elements and Medicine
Four sex, life double cultivation of health
Section IV Medical System
The sixth chapter two Jin medicine
Section 1 Important Medical Characters and Works
One Uncle Wang Shuhe and The Pulses
The Second Emperor and “Acupuncture and Moxibustion”
Sange Hong and Elbow Emergency Preparedness
Section 2 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development
The beginning of the prosperity of the party
Two Buddhas and Taoism
Three Stones
The independent development of four moxibustion
Section III Medical System
The third part of the Southern and Northern Dynasties and the Tang Dynasty
Chapter VII Medicine of the Southern and Northern Dynasties
Section 1 Medical Development and Its Features
Section 2 Influence of Daoist Buddhism on Medical Development
An Alchemy and Alchemist
The Influence of Erdaoism and Its Works on Medical Theory
The Influence of Sanzhao Medical and Buddhist Medicine on Traditional Medicine
Section III Famous Doctors and Medical Registers
Yi Yanzhi and Xiao Ping Fang
The Second of Liu Yizi and Liu Yizi’s Left Behind
Sanzhao Chenghe and “Zhi Cheng’s Last Book”
Four Yao Yao and “Set prescription”
The East China Sea Xu Family
Liu Guan Tao Li Family
Seven Goyang Family Hsu
Eight Rivers Cui Family
Nine Interpretations of Shen Shi et al
From ten yuan
Eleven Wang Xian
Twelve times
Thirteen weeks
Fourteen sheep
15th Qin Chengzu
Sixteen Wang Wei
Section IV Development of Pharmacology
A “Ben Cao Jing Ji”
Two specialist herbal medicine
Three maps
Four Herbs and Planting Herbs
Five herbs
Roppongi and other
Section 5 Development of Etiology and Diagnostics
The development of an etiology
Second, the development of diagnostic technology
Section 6 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Section 7 Development of Clinical Medicine
An internal medicine
Second surgery
Three Obstetricians
Four pediatrics
Five Five Officials
Section VIII Medical System
Chapter Eight Sui and Tang Medicine
Section I Basic Features of Medical Development in Sui Tang
Infiltration of a Buddhist medicine
Compilation of two large medical books
Three medical classic notes
Four attention to special disease research
Wuxing Medical Education
Section II Famous Doctors and Books
A Nested Yuanfang and “Theory of Diseases and Diseases”
Sun Shuangyi and Qianjin Fang
Three Kings and “Taiwan Secrets”
Four Yin Yin and “Production Po”
Five Right and “Mingtang Human Figure”
Liu Yangshan and “Huang Di Neijing Tai Su”
Seven Kings Ice and The Yellow Emperor Neijing
Gossip Man and “Lessons Divorce”
Nine Zhang Wenzhong
The third section of the development of herbal medicine
An official repair grass
Compilation of two maps
Three diet herbs
Four overseas drug monographs
Five “Herbal Supplements”
Section IV Development of Medical Theory and Diagnostic Techniques
a medical theory
Diagnose technology
Section 5 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Acupuncture map
Second Acupuncture Monograph
Three acupuncture clinical
Section 6 Development of Clinical Medicine
An internal medicine
Second trauma department
Three Obstetricians
Four pediatrics
Fifty-five disciplines and dentistry
Six massages
Section 7 Medical System
Yishang Pharmacy
Two drug reservoirs
Santai Medical Department
Four local medical institutions
Chapter 9 Formation and Development of Tibetan Medicine
The first section of Tibetan medicine theory
a physiological theory
Second Anatomy and Embryology
Three types of human body theory
Four etiology
Diagnosis and treatment of five Tibetan medicine
The second quarter of the month Wang pharmacy
The third section Yu Tuo Ning Ma Yuangong Gong Bu and “Four Medical Books”
A brief biography
Two “Four Medical Codes”
……
The fourth Song Jinyuan Period
The fifth article of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
The sixth chapter of Chinese and foreign medical exchanges
Index
Postscript
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(The Science and Civilization in China: Medicine Volume) Zhongguo ke xue ji shu shi (Mandarin Chinese Edition) 中国科学技术史:医学卷 (精装)

Author: Yuqun Liao 廖育群
Pages: 512
Category: Science and Civilization in China 中國科學技術史
Publisher: Ke xue chu ban she 科学出版社
Publication Date: 1998
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目录 总序 第一篇先秦时期 第一章医学的起源 第一节本能的作用 第二节巫医与巫术 一“医源于巫”的观点 二原始宗教与医学 三巫术的结构 四巫术的作用力与转移方式 五巫术在医学中的地位 第三节理论起源的多种途径 一经验的积累与总结 二经络理论的特殊性 三与古代哲学的关系 第四节卫生保健的起源 一火的使用 二居住条件的改善 三饮水卫生 四服装 第二章早期的医药知识积累 第一节以汉文化为核心的医药知识体系 第二节对疾病的认识 一疾病的概念 二疾病的名称与种类 三疾病的原因 第三节药物知识 一药的概念 二《山海经》中的药物知识 三酒与医、药 第四节外治法 一按摩术 二灸熨 三针砭 第三章医学体系的形成 一医事制度 二医学分科 三医学知识的传承 四医学的构成 第二节医学理论 一经脉学说 二脏腑学说 三阴阳学说的运用 四五行学说的运用 第三节养生学 一养生的概念 二养形之术 三养性之论 第四节著名医家 一俞跗 二医缓与医和 三扁鹊与秦越人 四文挚 第二篇秦汉两晋时期 第四章秦与西汉的医学 第一节医学著作与重要人物 一马王堆出土医籍 二张家山汉简《脉书》与《引书》 三阜阳汉简《万物》 四淳于意及其“诊籍” 五今本《黄帝内经》——《素问》与《灵枢》 第二节医学基础理论的确立 一经脉学说体系的形成 二解剖知识与医学理论 三对疾病的认识 第三节诊断技术 一望色 二切脉 第四节治疗技术 一针灸疗法 二药物疗法 第五节本草之学的成立 一“本草”的概念 二本草之名的出现 第六节养生之道与房中术 一神仙方术与养生 二养生方法 三“房中”之术 第七节医事制度 第五章东汉、三国的医学 第一节医学著作与著名医家 一《黄帝明堂经》 二《黄帝八十一难经》 三《神农本草经》 四张仲景与《伤寒杂病论》 五华佗 六吴普与《吴普本草》 七郭玉、吕广、董奉 第二节药物学与方剂学 一本草学的发展 二药物剂型的转变 三炼丹术与矿物药 四方荆学 第三节医学发展的时代特征 一“伤寒”之学的成立 二运气学说 三阴阳、五行与医学的进一步结合 四性、命双修的养生学 第四节医事制度 第六章两晋医学 第一节重要的医学人物与著作 一王叔和与《脉经》 二皇甫谧与《针灸甲乙经》 三葛洪与《肘后备急方》 第二节医学发展的时代特征 一方书盛世的开始 二佛道两教与医学 三服石之风 四灸法的独立发展 第三节医事制度 第三篇南北朝隋唐时期 第七章南北朝的医学 第一节医学发展及其特征 第二节道教佛教对医学发展的影响 一炼丹术和炼丹家 二道教及其著作对医学理论的影响 三僧医及佛教医学对传统医学的影响 第三节著名医家与医籍 一陈延之和《小品方》 二刘涓子和《刘涓子鬼遗方》 三褚澄和《褚澄遗书》 四姚僧垣和《集验方》 五东海徐氏世家 六馆陶李氏世家 七高阳许氏世家 八清河崔氏世家 九释深师等僧医 十全元起 十一王显 十二褚该 十三周澹 十四羊欣 十五秦承祖 十六王微 第四节药物学的发展 一《本草经集注》 二专科类本草 三图谱类本草 四采药和种植类本草 五炮制类本草 六本草音义及其他 第五节病因学和诊断学的发展 一病因学的发展 二诊断技术的发展 第六节针灸学的发展 第七节临床医学的发展 一内科 二外科 三妇产科 四儿科 五五官科 第八节医事制度 第八章隋唐医学 第一节隋唐医学发展的基本特征 一佛教医学的渗入 二大型医书的编撰 三医学经典的注释 四注意专病的研究 五兴办医学教育 第二节著名医家与著作 一巢元方与《诸病源候论》 二孙思邈与《千金方》 三王焘与《外台秘要》 四咎殷与《产宝》 五甄权与《明堂人形图》 六杨上善与《黄帝内经太素》 七王冰与《黄帝内经素问》 八蔺道人与《仙授理伤续断秘方》 九张文仲 第三节本草学的发展 一官修本草 二图谱的编撰 三食疗类本草 四海外药物专著 五《本草拾遗》 第四节医学理论和诊断技术的发展 一医学理论 二诊断技术 第五节针灸学的发展 一针灸图谱 二针灸专著 三针灸临床 第六节临床医学的发展 一内科 二外伤科 三妇产科 四儿科 五五官科及口腔科 六按摩科 第七节医事制度 一尚药局 二药藏局 三太医署 四地方医事机构 第九章藏医学的形成和发展 第一节藏医学的理论 一生理学说 二解剖和胚胎学说 三人体类型学说 四病因学说 五藏医学的诊断治疗方法 第二节月王药诊 第三节宇陀·宁玛元丹贡布与《四部医典》 一生平简述 二《四部医典》 …… 第四篇宋金元时期 第五篇明清时期 第六篇中外医学交流 索引 后记 总跋 table of Contents General order The first pre-Qin period Chapter 1 The Origin of Medicine The first section of the role of instinct The Second Witch Doctor and Witchcraft A point of view of "medical origins from witches" Two original religions and medicine Three Witchcraft Structures Four Witchcraft Forces and Methods of Transfer Five Sorcery's Position in Medicine The third section of the theory of the origin of a variety of ways Accumulation and summary of an experience The speciality of the theory of two meridians The relationship between the three and ancient philosophy Section IV The Origin of Health Care The use of a fire II Improvement of living conditions Three drinking water hygiene Four clothing Chapter 2 Accumulation of Early Medical Knowledge Section 1 Medical Knowledge System with Chinese Culture as the Core Section II Understanding of Disease The concept of a disease The name and type of disease The cause of the three diseases The third section of drug knowledge The concept of a drug The Drug Knowledge in Shan Hai Jing Three wines and medicine, medicine Section IV External Treatment a massage Two moxibustion Three needles Chapter III Formation of Medical System A medical system Second Medical Branch Third, the inheritance of medical knowledge The composition of four medicines Section II Medical Theory The theory of pulse Two internal organs The Use of Sanyinyang Theory The use of four or five lines of theory Section III Health Education A concept of health Two Forms of Shaping Sanitarianism The fourth quarter famous doctors Yu Yue Two medical doctors and doctors Three flat and Qin Yue people Four texts The second part of Qin and Han Dynasties Chapter IV Medicine of Qin and Western Han Dynasty Section 1 Medical Works and Important Persons A Mawangdui Unearthed Medical Register The Zhangjiashan Han Jian Ji Ke and Cishu Three Suiyang Han Jian "All Things" Four tips and their "diagnosis" Five present editions of The Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic - Su Wen and Lingshu Section II Establishment of Basic Medical Theory The formation of a pulse theory system Second Anatomy Knowledge and Medical Theory Three understanding of the disease Section III Diagnostic Techniques A look Second cut Section IV Treatment Technology Acupuncture therapy Two drug therapy The establishment of the fifth section of Herbalism The concept of a "Materia Medica" The emergence of the name of the two herbs Section VI Health Road and Room Surgery One Immortal Xian Fang and health Two health methods Three "room" technique Section 7 Medical System Chapter V Medicine of Eastern Han and Three Kingdoms Section 1 Medical Works and Famous Medical Doctors A "The Yellow Emperor Ming Tang Jing" Two "The Yellow Emperor Eighty-one Difficulties" Three "Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing" Four Zhang Zhongjing and The Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases Wuhuan Six Wu Pu and Wu Pu Materia Medica Qi Guoyu, Lu Guang, Dong Feng Section II Pharmacology and Formulae A scholastic development Two drug dosage forms Three alchemy and mineral medicine Quartet learning Section 3 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development The establishment of a school of "typhoid fever" Second Luck Theory The Combination of Sanyinyang, Five Elements and Medicine Four sex, life double cultivation of health Section IV Medical System The sixth chapter two Jin medicine Section 1 Important Medical Characters and Works One Uncle Wang Shuhe and The Pulses The Second Emperor and "Acupuncture and Moxibustion" Sange Hong and Elbow Emergency Preparedness Section 2 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development The beginning of the prosperity of the party Two Buddhas and Taoism Three Stones The independent development of four moxibustion Section III Medical System The third part of the Southern and Northern Dynasties and the Tang Dynasty Chapter VII Medicine of the Southern and Northern Dynasties Section 1 Medical Development and Its Features Section 2 Influence of Daoist Buddhism on Medical Development An Alchemy and Alchemist The Influence of Erdaoism and Its Works on Medical Theory The Influence of Sanzhao Medical and Buddhist Medicine on Traditional Medicine Section III Famous Doctors and Medical Registers Yi Yanzhi and Xiao Ping Fang The Second of Liu Yizi and Liu Yizi's Left Behind Sanzhao Chenghe and "Zhi Cheng's Last Book" Four Yao Yao and "Set prescription" The East China Sea Xu Family Liu Guan Tao Li Family Seven Goyang Family Hsu Eight Rivers Cui Family Nine Interpretations of Shen Shi et al From ten yuan Eleven Wang Xian Twelve times Thirteen weeks Fourteen sheep 15th Qin Chengzu Sixteen Wang Wei Section IV Development of Pharmacology A "Ben Cao Jing Ji" Two specialist herbal medicine Three maps Four Herbs and Planting Herbs Five herbs Roppongi and other Section 5 Development of Etiology and Diagnostics The development of an etiology Second, the development of diagnostic technology Section 6 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Section 7 Development of Clinical Medicine An internal medicine Second surgery Three Obstetricians Four pediatrics Five Five Officials Section VIII Medical System Chapter Eight Sui and Tang Medicine Section I Basic Features of Medical Development in Sui Tang Infiltration of a Buddhist medicine Compilation of two large medical books Three medical classic notes Four attention to special disease research Wuxing Medical Education Section II Famous Doctors and Books A Nested Yuanfang and "Theory of Diseases and Diseases" Sun Shuangyi and Qianjin Fang Three Kings and "Taiwan Secrets" Four Yin Yin and "Production Po" Five Right and "Mingtang Human Figure" Liu Yangshan and "Huang Di Neijing Tai Su" Seven Kings Ice and The Yellow Emperor Neijing Gossip Man and "Lessons Divorce" Nine Zhang Wenzhong The third section of the development of herbal medicine An official repair grass Compilation of two maps Three diet herbs Four overseas drug monographs Five "Herbal Supplements" Section IV Development of Medical Theory and Diagnostic Techniques a medical theory Diagnose technology Section 5 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Acupuncture map Second Acupuncture Monograph Three acupuncture clinical Section 6 Development of Clinical Medicine An internal medicine Second trauma department Three Obstetricians Four pediatrics Fifty-five disciplines and dentistry Six massages Section 7 Medical System Yishang Pharmacy Two drug reservoirs Santai Medical Department Four local medical institutions Chapter 9 Formation and Development of Tibetan Medicine The first section of Tibetan medicine theory a physiological theory Second Anatomy and Embryology Three types of human body theory Four etiology Diagnosis and treatment of five Tibetan medicine The second quarter of the month Wang pharmacy The third section Yu Tuo Ning Ma Yuangong Gong Bu and "Four Medical Books" A brief biography Two "Four Medical Codes" ...... The fourth Song Jinyuan Period The fifth article of the Ming and Qing Dynasties The sixth chapter of Chinese and foreign medical exchanges Index Postscript Total
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