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本书的出版能够对全球的疼痛治疗护理提供来自中国中医药学界的有效经验和方法,并为从事医药工作的各国人士提供有科学性、实用性的最新文献资料。

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本书属于《中国医药进展》系列丛书,由中国知网联合期刊编辑部组织专家遴选出34篇使用中医药方法的疼痛研究论文。所收录的论文均由其一次发表的期刊编委会推荐,论文内容包含理论分析、机理机制研究、临床研究板块,充分展示了中医药方法治疗疼痛的独特疗法和良好疗效,有科学的方法学支持和客观结论。原始论文以中文发表,本书以英文译文进行精选汇编。

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Foreword by Editor-in-Chief 序言

Pain is a common or predominant symptom of many diseases, such as headache from brain tumors, chest pain during a coronary attack, colic and abdominal pain due to gallstone disease, and cancer pain in patients with advanced cancer. Sometimes, the pain itself is a disease, taking the trigeminal neuralgia for instance. Pain not only brings discomfort to patients, but also affects human central nervous, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, and autonomic nervous systems, even leading to serious and life-threatening symptoms. Clinically, acute and chronic pains are mostly treated with drugs, and the commonly used analgesics are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, paracetamol, etc.) and opioids (morphine, cocaine, etc.). However, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs often induce gastrointestinal adverse reactions or liver and kidney injuries, and the long-term use of opioids can cause dependence. In addition, the prevalence of opioid abuse and addiction has greatly restricted its application in clinical practice. Acupuncture, massage, acupressure, and analgesic components in Chinese medicinals have demonstrated good pain-relieving effects without causing addiction and dependence. With the gradual recognition and acceptance of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) worldwide, its excellent performance in analgesia has attracted widespread attention. Clinicians and researchers around the world have been devoting themselves to the study of analgesia with TCM. The discovery of various active ingredients in Chinese medicinals and the study of effective therapies unique to TCM like acupuncture and moxibustion have provided powerful tools for pain management. TCM is helping countries around the world and the integration and mutual complementarity between TCM and western medicine has become a means of pain management gaining international attention in recent years.

Since 2014, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Acupuncture Research, Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, World Chinese Medicine, Chinese Pharmaceutical Journal, and Journal of Chinese Medicinal Materials have successively joined the Journal Translation Project (JTP, http://jtp.cnki.net/bilingual). As of 2020, 1 938 articles from these journals have been included in JTP and published in both Chinese and English, which has enhanced the international influence of these journals. To further promote the international dissemination of TCM culture and the related journals, and enable more readers to learn about the progress of research on pain management with TCM, the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) collaborates with the editorial boards of these journals to constitute a panel of experts and select 34 excellent articles regarding pain management with TCM. These articles have been compiled into the book Pain (TCM) (English edition) as part of a series China’s Medicine Progress Series (English edition). The articles included are recommended by the editorial boards of journals in which they were originally published, and the content mainly covers the theoretical, mechanism, and clinical studies, fully demonstrating the unique therapies and excellent efficacy of TCM in pain management, with scientific methodological support and objective conclusions. The original articles were published in Chinese and this book is a compilation of English version of the selected articles.

As the editor-in-chief, I believe that this book will provide effective experience and methods from the TCM filed in China for pain treatment worldwide, as well as the scientific, practical, and up-to-date literature for those who are engaged in TCM all over the world, aiming to further enhance the international influence of TCM journals and contribute to the dissemination of TCM culture.

Editor-in-chief: ZHU Bing

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Part 1 Theoretical Analysis
Comparison between Western and Chinese Acupuncture and Its ...
New Trains of Thoughts about Acupuncture Analgesia—Acupunc...
Mechanisms of Acupuncture for Inflammatory Pain
Part 2 Mechanism Study
Analgesic Effect of Electroacupuncture on Gastric Ulcer Rat...
Entity of Acupoint: Kinetic Changes of Acupoints in Histocy...
The Central Mechanisms Underlying the Phenomenon of Acupoin...
Effect of Electroacupuncture Intervention on Expression of ...
Effect of Electroacupuncture and Moxibustion on Visceral Pa...
Effect of Electroacupuncture Intervention on Expression of ...
Effects of Electroacupuncture on Activities of Satellite Gl...
High Mobility Group Box 1/CD24 Receptor/β-EP Signaling in ...
Selection of Optimal Analgesic Frequency on Electroacupunct...
Influence on Strychni Semen’s Analgesic Effect and Toxicit...
Comparative Study on Effects of Anti-contusion Injury, Anal...
Study on The Active Fractions from Aegiceras Corniculatum (...
Spectrum-Activity Relationships between HPLC Fingerprints a...
Effects of Antinociceptive Compound from Ophiocordyceps sob...
Chemical Constituents of Hypericum uralum and the Analgesic...
Chemical Constituents and Analgesic Activity of the Aerial ...
Part 3 Clinical Study
Distribution of Algesia Sensitized Acupoints in the Patient...
Timeliness Law on the Instant Analgesia on Acute Migraine T...
Impacts of the Injection with Flurphen Mixture at Shenshu (...
Immediate Analgesic Effects of Tendon Acupuncture on Soft T...
Effect of Subcutaneous Injection of Lidocaine in Zusanli (S...
Mechanism of Acupoint Transcutaneous Electric Stimulation o...
Clinical Research of Electroacupuncture on the Analgesic Ef...
Clinical Trials for Thyroidectomy Under Acupuncture-aided A...
Clinical Observation of Wrist–ankle Needle Therapy Combine...
Effect of Joss Stick Moxibustion Combined with Pricking and...
Correlation Between Referred Pain Region and Sensitized Acu...
Electroacupuncture Intervention Reduces Post-surgical Pain ...
Clinical Study of Electroacupuncture on Perioperative Analg...
Effect of Electroacupuncture on Supplementary Analgesia and...
Effect of Preemptive Electroacupuncture on Pain Reactions i...
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