Veterinary acupuncture.txt

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  1. Three yin Channels of the thoracic limb?
    • Lu
    • Ht
    • Pc
  2. Three Yang Channels of the thoracic limb?
    • LI
    • SI
    • TH
  3. Three Yin Channels of the pelvic limb?
    • SP
    • KID
    • LIV
  4. Three Yang Channels of the pelvic limb?
    • ST
    • BL
    • GB
  5. Three types of yin channels?
    • Tai-yin
    • Shao-yin
    • Jue-yin
  6. Three types of yang channels?
    • Yang-ming
    • Tay-yang
    • Shao-yang
  7. Differences of the extraordinary channels from teh regular channels?
    • Only 8
    • Do not pertain to zang or fu organs.
    • Ar not exteriorly or interiorly related to each other
    • Moste do not have their own acupoints, the rest schare their few points with regular meridians.
  8. What do extraorinary channels?
    They control, store and regulate Qi and blood within the regular channels theiy link.
  9. Names of the extraordinary channels?
    • Du (GV)
    • Ren (CV)
    • Chong (Penetrating)
    • Dai (Girdle)
    • Yant-quiao (yang motility)
    • Yin-qiao (yin motility)
    • Yang-wei (yang linking)
    • Yin-wei (yin linking)
  10. Meridian connections, functions & indications of Du?
    • CV, ST
    • Connects spinal cord, brain an all the yang channels.
    • Geigns over all of the Yang channels.
    • Controls yang Qi ofte entire body.
    • Spinal cord and disc problems, heat pattern, mental disorders, yang deficiency, high fever.
  11. Meridian connectins, functions & indications of Ren?
    • GV, ST
    • Connects all of the yin channels an reigns over them. Nourishes the uterus.
    • Reproductive disorders, yin deficiency, sore throat.
  12. Meridian connections, functions & indications of Chong?
    • KID
    • The sea of 12 meridians and the sea of blood.
    • Serves as a reservoir for the 12 regular meridians.
    • Infertility, oestrous disorders, postpartum disorders, difficult urination/defecation, urinary incontinence.
  13. Meridian connections, functions & indications of Dai?
    • GB
    • Restrains the other channels.
    • Protects the lumbar region
    • Weakness of back and hind limbs.
    • Yang deficiency.
    • Poor performance.
  14. Meridian connections, functions & indications of Yang-quiao?
    • SI, BL, LI, ST, GB
    • Regulates the movement of all limbs.
    • Ataxia or imbalanced movement.
  15. Meridian connections, functions & indicatins of Yin-quiao?
    • KID, SI.
    • Controls movement of eylids.
    • Wobbler's, EPM, insommnia, eye problems.
  16. Meridian connections, functions & indications of Yang-wei?
    • GV, SI, BL, TH, GB, ST.
    • Connects with all the yang meridians.
    • Dominates the exterior of the body.
  17. Special points for general tonifying?
    • CV-4 (general Qi tonic point)
    • ST-36 (He-Sea, Qi tonic point)
  18. Special points for general reducing?
    • ST-40
    • GV-14
  19. Special points for general warming?
    • GV-3
    • GV-4
  20. Special points for general cooling?
    • Wei-jian
    • Er-jian
  21. Special points for general ascending?
    • CV-4
    • CV-6
  22. Special points for general descending?
    • LIV-3
    • PC-6
  23. Special points for general deficiency patterns: Kidney Qi deficiency?
    • BL-24 (Kidney associate pint)
    • KID-3 (Kidney source point)
    • CV-4 (General Qi tonic point)
  24. Special points for general deficiency patterns: Spleen Qi deficiency?
    • SP-3 (spleen source point)
    • CV-6 (Qi-hai, Qi tonic point)
  25. Special points for general deficiency patterns: Blood deficiency?
    • SP-10 (Sea of Blood)
    • BL-17 (Blood influential point)
  26. Special points for general deficiency patterns: Yin deficiency?
    • KID-3 (Kidney source pint)
    • KID-6 (To Yin-qiao, benefiting urination)
    • SP-6 (Crossing point of 3 Yin channels)
  27. Special points for general deficiency patterns: Yang deficiency?
    • GV-3 (General Yang tonic point)
    • GV-4 (Gate of Life, general Yang tonic point)
  28. Tonifying needle techniques?
    • Gently and slowly needle rotating.
    • Rotating counterclockwise.
    • Strongly thrusting and softly lifting.
    • Slow insertion and quick qithdrawal.
    • Insertion of the needle at inhalation of the patient.
    • Lift, thrust, rotate the needle 9 times.
    • Pressing the point to close it.
    • Inserting the needle tip toward the direction of a channel.
    • Half tonification (Double H).
  29. Reducing needle techniques?
    • Rapidly and forcefully needle rotating.
    • Stongly lifting and softly thrusting.
    • Quick insertion and slow withdrawal
    • Insertion of the needle at exhalation of the patient.
    • Lift, thrust, rotate the needle 6 times.
    • Leaving the point open (do not press the point)
    • Inserting the needle tip against the direction of a channel.
    • Half sedation. (Double H)
  30. Description and effect of the double H needle technique?
    • (Half Tonifying, half Sedate)
    • Lift, thrust and rotate the needle evenly and gently at a moderate speed.
    • It can generate mild tonification and mild reduction to balance both excess and feficiency patterns.
    • This is the most commonly used technique in veterinary practice.
  31. Special points for general excess patterns: Exterior pattern (Wind Cold/Heat)
    • GB-20
    • LI-4
  32. Special points for general excess patterns: Heat?
    • LI-11
    • ST-44
    • GV-14
  33. Special points for general excess patterns: Constipation?
    • ST-25
    • BL-25
    • ST-37
  34. Special points for general excess patterns: Food stasis
    • CV-12
    • BL 25
    • ST-37
  35. Special points for general excess patterns: Phlegm?
    ST-40
  36. Special points for general excess patterns: Blodd stagnation?
    • LIV-3
    • Local points or A-shi points
  37. Warming methods?
    • Moxibustion
    • Rubbing of Tui-na manipulation (?)
    • Warming needle technique.
  38. Levels of a acupoint (from superficial to depth)?
    • Heaven
    • Human
    • Earth
  39. Indications for warming methods?
    • Cold pattern
    • Hip dysplasia
    • Weakness of back and limbs
    • Arthritis
    • Bi syndrome
    • Chronic diarrhea
    • Qi deficiency
    • Yang deficiency
  40. Contraindications for the warming method?
    • Heat pattern
    • Yin deficiency
    • Dry and red tongue
    • Dry nose
    • Acute inflammation or infection
    • Pain
    • High fever
  41. Special points for warming methods?
    • ST-36 (General Qi tonic)
    • Bai-hui (General Yang tonic)
    • GV-3 (General Yang tonic)
    • GV-4 (Life Gate fire)
    • CV-4 (Guan-yuan)
    • CV-6 (Sea of Qi)
  42. Cooling methods?
    • Hemoacupuncture (bleeding the point)
    • Cooling needle technique
  43. Indications for cooling methods?
    • Heat pattern
    • acute Qi blood stagnation (painful conditions)
  44. Special points for cooling methods: General heat pattern?
    • Wei-jian (Tip of tail)
    • Er-jian (Tip of ear)
    • GV-14
    • LI-11
    • LI-4
  45. Special points for cooling methods: Zang-fu heat?
    • Jing-well point (e.g. bleeding LU-11 for Lung heat)
    • Ying-spring point of the channel (e.g. ST-44 for stomach heat)
  46. Special points for cooling methods: Heat stroke?
    GV-26 and 12 Jing-well points
  47. Special points for cooling methods: Pain?
    • Local points using hemoacupuncture
    • TH-1 for laminitis
  48. Dizziness, vertigo, prolaps: Special points for te ascending method?
    • Bai-hui
    • CV-4
    • ST-36
  49. Vomiting/ nausea: special points for the descending method?
    • CV-17
    • CV-12
    • PC-6
    • ST-36
  50. Liver Yang rising: special points for the descending method?
    • GB-20
    • LIV-3
    • GB-34
  51. Categories of points to choose for therapy?
    • local points
    • distant points
    • symptomatic points
    • balance points
    • special points
  52. Ex: Local points for treatment of nasal congestion/ discharge?
    • LI-20
    • GV-25
  53. Ex: Local points for treatment of conjunctivitis / uveitis?
    • BL-1
    • GB-1
    • ST-1
  54. Ex: Local points for treatment of ear infections?
    • SI-19
    • TH-17
    • GB-2
  55. Ex: Local points for treatment of oral cavity complaints?
    • ST-4
    • ST-6
    • CV-24
  56. Ex: Local points for treatment of toothache?
    • ST-6
    • ST-9
  57. Ex: Local points for treatment of throat problems?
    • CV-22
    • CV-23
  58. Ex: Local points for treatment of laryngeal hemiplegia?
    • CV-23
    • ST-9
  59. Ex: Local points for treatment of headache (front)?
    Ying-tang or Long-hui
  60. Ex: Local points for treatment of headache (side)?
    • Tai-yang
    • GB-8
  61. Ex: Local points for treatment of headache (top)?
    • GV-20
    • Da-feng-men
  62. Ex: Local points for treatment of cervical pain?
    • SI-16
    • LI-18
    • BL-10
  63. Ex: Local points for treatment of shoulder pain
    • SI-9
    • TH-14
    • SI-10
  64. Ex: Local points for treatment of lumbar pain?
    • Bai-hui
    • BL-26
    • Shen-shu
  65. Ex: Local points for treatment of IVDD (intervertebral disk disease)
    Hua-tuo-jia-ji
  66. Ex: Local points for treatment of hip displasia?
    • Bl-54
    • GB-29
    • GB-30
  67. Ex: Local points for treatment of stiffle pain?
    • GB-34
    • ST-35
  68. Ex: Local points for treatment of abdominal pain?
    • CV-12
    • ST-25
  69. Under whitch conditions ist the treatement by local points a good approach?
    When major complaints are localized.

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