Evidence-based Clinical Chinese Medicine Volume 3: Chronic Urticaria

Coyle, M, Yu, J, Di, Y, Zhang, C, Zhang, A, Xue, C, Yang, L, Guo, X and Lu, C 2017, Evidence-based Clinical Chinese Medicine Volume 3: Chronic Urticaria, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore.


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Title Evidence-based Clinical Chinese Medicine Volume 3: Chronic Urticaria
Author(s) Coyle, M
Yu, J
Di, Y
Zhang, C
Zhang, A
Xue, C
Yang, L
Guo, X
Lu, C
Year 2017
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
Place of publication Singapore
Subjects Traditional Chinese Medicine and Treatments
Summary In the third volume of the Evidence-based Clinical Chinese Medicine series, the authors focus on a challenging dermatological condition - chronic urticaria. Chronic urticaria can have a significant impact on quality of life, and while medical management can be effective, many people experience frequent and unpredictable recurrence. This book unearths treatments used in classical Chinese medicine textbooks, many of which are inaccessible to non-Chinese speaking Chinese medicine practitioners. Oral and topical Chinese herbal medicines used in pre-modern China for urticaria are identified, some of which are still in use today. Evidence from clinical studies has been subject to rigorous evaluation, with analyses conducted using the internationally recognized Cochrane-GRADE approach. Chinese herbal medicine formulas and acupuncture therapies which offer the most potential for treatment of chronic urticaria are highlighted. This book provides an easy to use reference for clinicians who are interested in Chinese medicine management of chronic urticaria. The authors are internationally recognized, well-respected leaders in the field of Chinese medicine and evidence-based medicine with strong track records in research.
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