Report from the 9th International Symposium on Auriculotherapy Held in Singapore, 10–12 August 2017 †
2. Keynote Lectures
2.1. Innovative Research on Auricular Medicine—Opening Lecture
- Litscher, D.; Litscher, G. The history of liquid ear acupuncture and the current scientific state of the art. J. Pharmacopunct. 2016, 19, 109–113.
- Litscher, G.; Rong, P.J. Auricular acupuncture. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2016, 2016, 4231260.
- Rong, P.J.; Zhao, J.J.; Li, Y.Q.; Litscher, D.; Li, S.Y.; Gaischek, I.; Zhai, X.; Wang, L.; Luo, M.; Litscher, G. Auricular acupuncture and biomedical research—A promising Sino-Austrian research cooperation. Chin. J. Integr. Med. 2015, 21, 887–894.
- Navrotsky, L.G.; Blokhin, A.A.; Belavskaya, S.V.; Lisitsyna, L.I.; Lyutkevich, A.A.; Poteryaeva, E.L.; Yudin, V.I.; Litscher, G. Patterns of skin luminescence resulting from the visualization of active acupuncture points using optical stimulation. Integr. Med. Int. 2015, 2, 1–8.
- Litscher, G.; Bahr, F.; Litscher, D.; Min, L.Q.; Rong, P.J. A new method in auricular medicine for the investigation of the Nogier reflex. Integr. Med. Int. 2014, 1, 205–210.
- Shi, X.; Litscher, G.; Wang, H.; Wang, L.; Zhao, Z.; Litscher, D.; Tao, J.; Gaischek, I.; Sheng, Z. Continuous auricular electroacupuncture can significantly improve heart rate variability and clinical scores in patients with depression: First results from a transcontinental study. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2013, 2013, 894096.
- Round, R.; Litscher, G.; Bahr, F. Auricular acupuncture with laser. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2013, 2013, 984763.
- Raith, W.; Litscher, G.; Müller, W.; Urlesberger, B. Laseracupuncture—A possible alternative treatment for agitation and pain in neonates? Paediatr. Anaesth. 2013, 23, 205–206.
- Gao, X.Y.; Litscher, G.; Liu, K.; Zhu, B. Sino-European transcontinental basic and clinical high-tech acupuncture studies—Part 3: Violet laser stimulation in anesthetized rats. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2012, 2012, 402590.
- He, W.; Rong, P.J.; Li, L.; Ben, H.; Zhu, B.; Litscher, G. Auricular acupuncture may suppress epileptic seizures via activating the parasympathetic nervous system: A hypothesis based on innovative methods. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2012, 2012, 615476.
- Gao, X.Y.; Liu, K.; Zhu, B.; Litscher, G. Sino-European transcontinental basic and clinical high-tech acupuncture studies—Part 1: Auricular acupuncture increases heart rate variability in anesthetized rats. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2012, 2012, 817378.
- Gao, X.Y.; Wang, L.; Gaischek, I.; Michenthaler, Y.; Zhu, B.; Litscher, G. Brain-modulated effects of auricular acupressure on the regulation of autonomic function in healthy volunteers. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2012, 2012, 714391.
- Litscher, G.; Bauernfeind, G.; Gao, X.Y.; Müller-Putz, G.; Wang, L.; Anderle, W.; Gaischek, I.; Litscher, D.; Neuper, C.; Niemtzow, R.C. Battlefield acupuncture and near-infrared spectroscopy—Miniaturized computer-triggered electrical stimulation of battlefield ear acupuncture points and 50-channel near-infrared spectroscopic mapping. Medical Acupuncture. 2011, 23, 263–270.
- Niemtzow, R.C.; Litscher, G.; Burns, S.M.; Helms, J.M. Battlefield acupuncture: Update. Med. Acupunct. 2009, 21, 43–46.
- Litscher, G. Modernization of traditional acupuncture using multimodal computer-based high-tech methods-recent results of blue laser and teleacupuncture from the Medical University of Graz. J. Acupunct. Meridian Stud. 2009, 2, 202–209.
- Széles, J.C.; Litscher, G. Objectivation of cerebral effects with a new continuous electrical auricular stimulation technique for pain management. Neurol. Res. 2004, 26, 797–800.
- Litscher, G. Computer-based quantification of traditional Chinese-, ear- and Korean hand acupuncture: Needle-induced changes of regional cerebral blood flow velocity. Neurol. Res. 2002, 24, 377–380.
2.2. Mechanisms Underlying the Regulation of Impaired Glucose Tolerance by Auricular Concha Electro-Acupuncture
- Xiong, X.Q.; Wang, A.M. Clinical Research Progress of Auricular Points to Treat with Type 2 Diebetes Mellitus. Nurs. J. Chin. People’s Lib. Army 2015, 32, 33–35.
- Li, S.Y.; Zhai, X.; Rong, P.J.; McCabe, M.F.; Wang, X.; Zhao, J.; Ben, H.; Wang, S. Therapeutic Effect of Vagus Nerve Stimulation on Depressive-like Behavior, Hyperglycemia and Insulin Receptor Expression in Zucker Fatty Rats. PLoS ONE 2014, 9, e112066.
- Li, S.Y.; Zhai, X.; Rong, P.J.; McCabe, M.F.; Zhao, J.; Ben, H.; Wang, X.; Wang, S. Transcutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation Triggers Melatonin Secretion and is Antidepressive in Zucker Diabetic Fatty Rats. PLoS ONE 2014, 9, e111100.
2.3. Anatomo-Physiological Basis for Auricular Stimulation
2.4. Auriculotherapy in Paediatric Neurology: A Promising Tool for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
2.5. Auricular Acupuncture Research in the People's Republic of China During the Past 10 Years
2.6. Standard Definition of Auriculotherapy and Ear Acupuncture- (Group Discussion)
2.7. The New International Nomenclature for Earpoints: The Development of the 2D Coordinate Ear
Bahr, F.; Wojak, W.
2.8. Potential for the Combination of Auricular Point Electrotherapy and TES, the Significance and Prospects
2.9. Neuropathic Pain: Auriculotherapy Potential
Cornelia, D.M.; Angelo, S.
- Romoli, M. Agopuntura Auricolare; UTET: Torino, Italy, 2003.
- Woolf, C.J.; Mannion, R.J. Neuropathic pain: Aetiology, symptoms, mechanisms and management. Lancet 1999, 353, 1959–1964.
- Franconi, G.; Manni, L.; Schroeder, S.; Marchetti, P.; Robinson, N. A Systematic Review of Experimental and Clinical Acupuncture in Chemiotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2013, 2013, 516916.
- Jung, W.S.; Chen, L. Acupuncture and Neuropathic Pain Management. Med. Acupunct. 2013, 25, 261–268.
- Rabischong, P.; Terral, C. Scientific Basis of Auriculotherapy: State of the Art. Med. Acupunct. 2014, 26, 84–96.
- Alimi, D. Xerostomia induced by radiotherapy. Ther. Clin. Risk Manag. 2015, 11, 1149–1152.
- Stanton, G.; Rangon, C.-M. The Scientific Auriculotherapy Diploma Program of the Universities of Paris XI and XIII. Med. Acupunct. 2014, 26, 118–124.
2.10. Laser Acupuncture for Ear and Body Points in Arterial Fibrillation
- Lombardi, F.; Belletti, S.; Battezzati, P.M.; Lomuscio, A. Acupuncture for paroxysmal and persistent atrial fibrillation: An effective non pharmacological tool? World J. Cardiol. 2012, 4, 60–65.
- Gvozdjáková, A. Mitochondrial Medicine. Mitochondrial Metabolism, Diseases, Diagnosis and Therapy; Springer: Berlin, Germany, 2008; p. 1.
- Warnke, U. Ein Elementarer Halbleiter-Laser-Wirkmechanismus bei Katalytischen Prozessen und Redoxvorgängen; Monduzzi, Ed.; Congress on Laser Int.: Pologna, 1985; p. 225.
- Tiphlova, O.A.; Karu, T.I. Role of primary photoacceptors in low-power laser effects: Action of He-Ne Laser radiation on bacteriophage T4-Escherchia coli interaction. Laser Surg. Med. 1989, 9, 67–69.
- Karu, T.I. Molecular mechanism of the therapeutic effect of low-intensity laser irradiation. Lasers Life Sci. 1988, 2, 53–74.
- Gröber, U. Mikronährstoffe; Metabolic Tuning, Prävention, Therapie, 3rd ed.; wbg Stuttgart 2011; pp. 453–454.
2.11. The Effects of Auricular Electro-Acupuncture on Ameliorating the Dysfunction of Interstitial Cells of Cajal Networks & nNOSmRNA Expression in the Antrum of STZ-Induced Diabetic Rats
Zhang, Z.H.; Chen, H.; Zhu, W.J.; Lu, J.; Fan, J.J.; Sun,L.N.; Feng, X.K.; Liu, H.; Wang, Y.Q.
2.12. Cryotherapy as a Modality in Auriculotherapy
3.1. Four-Arm Placebo Controlled Study Using Auriculotherapy for Elderly with Osteoarthritic Knee
3.2. Auriculotherapy in Sleep Medicine
3.3. Clinical Efficacy Evaluation on Pain and Motor Dysfunction of Ischemic Stroke Patients with Phase I Shoulder-Hand-Syndrome (SHS) Treated by Auricular Acupuncture Therapy
3.4. Acupuncture as an Adjunctive Treatment for Addictive Disorders
Chan, H.; Chin, X.Y.; Guo, S.
3.5. Ear Seeds for Urgent Care in Western Clinic
3.6. Treatment of Acne by Auricular Points Bloodletting:A Randomized Controlled Study of Small Samples
3.7. Operation Specification Selection of Auricular Therapy with Chinese Characteristics
3.8. Auriculotherapy in Vitiligo Treatment
Kuzulugil, A.; Practitioner, P.
3.9. Painless Laser Acupuncture (PLA) for Quit Smoking
3.10. Auricular Chromotherapy in the Treatment of Psychological Trauma
Yoshizumi, A.; Asis, D.; Luz, F.
- Asis, D. Cromo-Psicoterapias—Cromoterapia Auricular, Cromo-TIC, Anteojos Cromoterapeuticos; Ernesto Julián Friedenthal: Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009.
3.11. Magnetic Non-Invasive Acupuncture for Infant Comfort (MAGNIFIC) in Heel Pricks—A Randomised Controlled Pilot Study
Chen, K.L.; Lindrea, K.B.; Quah-Smith, I.; Schmölzer, G.M.; Daly, M.; Schindler, T.; Oei, J.L.
3.12. The Hidden Information in Your Brain Concerning Your Future: How to Influence Your Darma and Your Karma
3.13. The Treasure House of Auricular Diagnosis And Therapeutics
3.14. Active Somatic and Psychic Ear Acupuncture Points in Newborn Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
Raith, W.; Kurath-Koller, S.; Pansy, J.; Mileder, L.; Schmölzer, G.; Urlesberger, B.
3.15. Pulsed Magnetic Fields on the Auricular Zones: A Preliminary Study for the Choice of Pulsed Frequencies through Auricular Medicine
Vulliez, C.; Becu, P.
3.16. Active Ear Acupuncture Points in Sick and Healthy Term and Late-Preterm Neonates: A Blinded, Controlled, Observational Trial
Stadler, J.; Flucher, C.; Kurath-Koller, S.; Tritschler, N.; Urlesberger, B.; Raith, W.
3.17. Does Ear Acupuncture Have A Role for Pain Relief in the Emergency Setting? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Jan, A.; Aldridge, E.; Rogers, I.; Visser, E.; Bulsara, M.; Niemtzow, R.
3.18. The Power of the Omega Points; Their Direct and Reverse Meaning; A Clinical Study about 250 Cases
3.19. Evolution of Auricular Nomenclature for Integrative Auriculotherapy
3.20. Cautery in Auriculotherapy
3.21. Documented Tracking of the Immediate Effect of Auricular Acupuncture in Specific Cases of Neurology, Endocrinology, Gynaecology and Otolaryngology
3.22. A Look at Subcortex through the Prism of Polyvagal Theory
3.23. Significance of Auricular Acupuncture for Treating Some Skin Diseases in Children
Luzina-Chju, L.; Luzina, K.
- immune dysfunctions;
- infections, fungi, bacteria, viruses, helminthes;
- food allergies;
- problems with the organs of digestion;
- metabolic disturbances;
- psycho-emotional dysfunctions;
- Experience shows that endocrine disorders are at the root of many skin diseases. A baby may have skin problems because the mother suffered from hormonal disorders before and during her pregnancy;
- The hereditary factor is very important too;
- And as we all know, the Chinese associate skin problems with the channel related to the lungs.
- a significantly increased level of fructosamine;
- decreased levels of thyroxine and cortisol;
- or high titers of immunoglobulin E. (IgE).
- Auricular acupuncture is an efficient approach to the treatment of skin and allergic diseases in children. It can quickly relieve and often remove such symptoms as itching, redness, weeping, crusts, peeling, edema, skin inflammation etc.
- Auricular acupuncture therapy:
- strengthens the immune system,
- stimulates blood circulation,
- relieves stagnation,
- improves local metabolic processes,
- regulates the vegetative nervous system, the digestive and the endocrine system,
- normalizes the function of the pancreas, liver and lungs,
- alleviates allergic conditions,
- helps to get rid of infections, fungi, bacteria, viruses, helminthes.
- Using auricular and corporal acupuncture is safe. Acupuncture can be applied as an alternative or as a complement of the medication treatment.
- Acupuncture helps to improve the children’s general well-being and has a positive effect on their psycho-emotional condition. It helps to decrease nervousness and anxiety. Children become calmer and more relaxed.
3.24. Transcutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation (ta-VNS) Modulates Rest Pain of Lower Limb Arteriosclerosis: A Case Report
- Pasternak, R.C.; Criqui, M.H.; Benjamin, E.J.; Fowkes, F.G.; Isselbacher, E.M.; McCullough, P.A.; Wolf, P.A.; Zheng, Z.J.; American Heart Association. Atherosclerotic Vascular Disease Conference: Writing Group I: Epidemiology. Circulation 2004, 109, 2605–2612.
- Nehler, M.R.; Wolfor, H. Natural History and Nonoperative Treatment of Chronic Lower Extremity Ischemia. In: Vascular Surgery, 6th ed.; Rutherford, R.B., Ed.; Saunders: Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2005; pp. 1083–1094.
- Estes, J.M.; Pomposelli, F.B., Jr. Lower extremity arterial reconstruction in patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetic. Med. 1996, 13, S43–S47.
- Gavin, A.; Stess, R.M.; Goldstone, J. Prevention and treatment of foot problems in diabetes mellitus: A comprehensive program. West. J. Med. 1993, 158, 47–55.
3.25. Gamma-Frequency Transcutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation: A Promising Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease
Yu, Y.T.; Rong, P.J.
3.26. Transfloral Acupuncture
3.27. Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation: A New Type of Auricular Acupuncture to Treat with Depression
- Fang, J.L.; Rong, P.J.; Hong, Y.; Fan, Y.; Liu, J.; Wang, H.; Zhang, G.; Chen, X.; Shi, S.; Wang, L.; et al. Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation modulates default mode network in major depressive. Biol. Psychiatry 2016, 79, 266–273.
- Liu, R.P.; Fang, J.L.; Rong, P.J.; Rong, J.; Zhao, Y.; Meng, H.; Ben, H.; Li, L.; Huang, Z.X.; Li, X.; et al. Effects of electroacupuncture at auricular concha region on the depressive status of unpredictable chronicmild stress rat models. Evid. Based Complement. Altern. Med. 2013, 2013, 789674. doi:10.1155/2013/789674.
3.28. Neurophysiological Basis of Auriculotherapy for Perioperative Pain Management
3.29. A Detailed Comparative Analysis of the Effects of DC Micro-Current Point Stimulation (MPS) on the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) when Applied to Battlefield Acupuncture (BA) Protocol of a N = 8 Patient Sample Size with a History of Pain
3.30. The Use of Auriculotherapy for Cardiac Arrhythmias: A Systematic Review
Mok, M.; Suen, L.; Tan, J.Y.; Xie, G.
3.31. Comparative Examination of the Ear Acupuncture Points (NADA/Battlefield) in Light of Western Medicine (Lab, Instrumental) and of Chinese Medicine (meridian diagnostics)—Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double Blind Research
4.1. Battlefield Acupuncture Training Across Clinical Settings—Initial Results & Lessons Learned
Pock, A.; Niemtzow, R.
4.2. New Insights into the Autonomic Nervous System Using Beat to Beat Methodology Monitoring
Lafitte, M.; Nageshwar, S.
4.3. Essentials of Auriculotherapy
4.4. How to Use Psychological Points at the Ear with Exactly Fitting Flowers
4.5. Auriculotherapy in Neurology Workshop—Part 1
- Review acupuncture mechanisms underlying auriculotherapy in neurology.
- Understand fundamental principles of neurological syndromes and disease, and of the neurological examination, as a guide to neurological diagnosis and auricular acupuncture treatment.
- Review specific neurological diseases and their auricular acupuncture treatments, with emphasis on an evidence-based approach wherever possible.
4.6. A Primer on the Phases & Recognizing the Vascular Autonomic Signal: The Key to Successful Clinical Outcomes
4.7. Light & Colours: The Vasculo-Autonomic Signal & Healing
4.8. Auriculotherapy in Neurology—Part 2
4.9. Genomic Acupuncture Precision Medicine—Introductory Outline Innovated for Auricular Application.
- G.Ac is a Macro-Micro Chinese Acupuncture Medicine System also applicable for Auricular Diagnosis & Treatment. The perfect East West Medical Bridge.
- G.Ac is the bespoke, unique individuals E-Energy DNA Gene Make up Genome i.e., Origin/Cause. G.Ac protocol influences regulation of positive gene expression.
- It is not based directly in Symptoms/Effect, defective gene or manifest illness but these are treated/benefit indirectly through my G.Ac E-Model System Concept yet unknown to modern TCM/Western Medicine.
- G.Ac demonstrates clinical concordance and auricular medicine concordance of.
- Energy, Cell DNA Gene, Long Bone, Auricular, Embryo, Adult concept stages, the Yin Yang Expression of Taiji Philosophy all as one holism.
- I am invited as stream Co-Chair and Speaker at the World Gene Conference Macau November 2017 where I deliver my full G.Ac Discovery Abstracts and Presentations for the first time to a worldwide professional audience.
- Korea and China laboratory tests show acupuncture point needling effects gene expression positively, 799 genes in one test.
- Sub-Particle Atomic Physics recognises charge, spin, vibration ‘energy’ but has no model or what the energy driver is for it. Neither do Higgs-Boson or Western Medicine Science.
- My G.Ac is a missing model in The Code of Life.
4.10. The Treasure in Auricular Diagnosis and Therapeutics
4.11. ECIWO Auricular Diagnosis—the Greater System of Acupuncture Diagnosis
4.12. The Usefulness of Auriculodentistry in the Daily Practice of the Art of Dentistry
4.13. Rapid Auriculotherapy Treatment for Headaches Caused by Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
4.14. Finding Effective Remedies in Clinical Practce by Auriculohomeopathy
4.15. Evolved ‘PCAS’ Protocol in Prostate Syndrome and Cancer
Professor Dr. Steven Johnson Dr. Ac Evolved PCAS Guiding Protocol ©
- Etiology Leading into Diagnosis in Cellular E-Energy Function Model
Both can cause energy blockage syndrome and cancer. In= CTM Bioscience Chinese Medicine.
- Physical trauma can cause cancer.MA shuffman md autumn issue 2004 college of forensic examiners.
- ‘E-T’ energy trauma on macro-micro level.
- My new discovery. Micro ‘E-T’ energy trauma of the auricular body.
- Causal Considerations in Examination/Diagnosis
- My new discovery. Poor fitting hearing devices.
- Visible, palpable, E-measurable ‘E-T’ trauma, burn, piercing, implant, impinge, bite.
- Auditory testing.
- Auricular E-Energy reading, E-Embryo models.
- 5 Point PCAS Guiding Protocol
- New causal modality.
- Link ‘E-T’ markers.
- Innovated combined screening procedures.
- Earlier testing E-Markers for prostate dysfunction detection.
- New combined macro-micro treatment protocols.
- Specialist Auricular Protocols
- Massage, probotic, seed, moxibustion, needle, other.
- San Bao; Macro-Micro Acupuncture.
- Long Bone, E-Systems.
- See Success Rate Above.
- Prevents a percentage of prostate cancer/syndromes developing.
- TReatment Option alongside Western Medicine treatment.
- Adaptable Protocol for Other Cancers.
4.16. A Demonstration of The Techniques Used for Atrial Fibrillation and Other Conditions Using Laser Pen and Laser Needle Modality
5.1. Auricular Point Therapy for Insomnia in China in Recent 10 Years
Chen Y.; Qi, S.; Meng X.; Zeng Y.
- Li, C.C. Clinical Observation of Shallow Acupuncture Combined with Ear Acupoint Application for Insomnia of Pathogenic Fire Derived from Stagnation of Liver-Qi; Fujian University of TCM: Fuzhou, China, 2016.
- Wang, J.F. Auricular acupuncture combined with Chinese granules for insomnia subhealthy. Mod. Health (Med. Innov. Res.) 2008, 5, 152–152.
- Chen, D.S.; Lin, Y.H. Ear point bloodletting combined with acupuncture for phlegm-heat disturbing insomnia. J. Clin. Acupunct. Moxibustion 2014, 30, 21–23.
- Zhuo, C.Q.; Zhou, W.G.; Jiang, Q.Y. Ear point plus wendan decoction for phlegm-heat disturbing insomnia. Guangming J. Chin. Med. 2016, 31, 2817–2819.
- Liu, Y.; Yu, T.; Zhao, Y. Sixty-four cases of insomnia Chinese herb plus auricular point for insomnia caused by imbalance between heart-yang and kidney-yin. J. China Tradit. Chin. Med. Inf. 2010, 2, 291–292.
- Niu, G.Y.; Xu, H.X. Zishenqingxin decoction combined with ear point pressing method for 30 climacteric insomnia patients with fire excess from yin deficiency. Guangming J. Chin. Med. 2015, 30, 1441–1442.
- Chang, J.Y.; Han, S.L. Thumb-tack needle for sleeplessness caused by insufficiency of heart and spleen. Chin. J. Hosp. Pharm. 2016, 36, 79.
- Su, Z.G.; Li, Y.P. Guipi decoction plus ear acupuncture for sleeplessness caused by insufficiency of heart and spleen. Chin. J. Med. Guide 2012, 14, 78–84.
- Zeng, Q.M.; Hu, Q.H. Twenty-five cases of qi deficiency of heart and gallbladder insomnia treated with Chinese Guipi decoction and Chaihujialonggumuli decoction. J. Gansu Univ. Chin. Med. 2016, 33, 56–58.
- Du, X.J.; Sun, M.K. Ear acupoint pressing for hypertension of insomnia with different types. Cardiovasc. Dis. J. Integr. Tradit. Chin. West. Med. 2016, 4, 152–153.
- Yang, F. Ear acupoint pressing for depression of insomnia. Clin. Study 2016, 24, 86–86.
- Tang, Y.Q.; Fei, Y.Y.; Lu, J.J. Acupoint application plus ear acupoint pressing for type 2 diabetes of insomnia. Nurs. Integr. Tradit. Chin. West. Med. 2016, 2, 63–65.
- Luo, M.; Qu, X.X.; Li, S.Y. Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation for primary insomnia and affective disorder: A report of 35 cases. Chin. Acupunct. Moxibustion 2017, 37, 269–273.
5.2. The Mechanism of Auricular Electroacupuncture Effect on Biliary System Dysfunction and Pain
- Zhai, X.; Sun, C.; Rong, P.; Li, S.; McCabe, M.F.; Wang, X.; Mao, J.; Wang, S. A Correlative Relationship Between Chronic Pain and Insulin Resistance in Zucker Fatty Rats: Role of Downregulation of Insulin Receptors. J. Pain. 2016, 17, 404–413. doi:10.1016/j.jpain.2015.12.003.
5.3. The Similarities between the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies Standard of Auricular Acupuncture Points and European System of Auriculotherapy Points according to Nogier and Bahr
- Wang, L.; Yang, J.; Zhao, B.; Zhou, L.; Wirz-Ridolfi, A. The similarities between the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies’ standards for auricular acupuncture points and the European System of Auriculotherapy Points according to Nogier and Bahr. Eur. J. Integr. Med. 2016, 8, 817–834.
5.4. Chinese Traditional Vaccaria Segetalis Auricular Acupoint Application (Plaster) in Tinnitus Treatment
5.5. The Integration of Chinese and European Auricular Acupuncture Points Treatment of 73 Cases of Adenoid Hypertrophy in Children
5.6. The Clinical Effect of Reaction Points on Holographic-Pain-Killing Line Located in Sulcus Auriculae Posterior for Treating Patients with Pain Caused by Terminal Stage of Cancer or Post Surgery
5.7. Clinical Application of Auricular Point Treatment for Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Children
5.8. Observation on Curative effect of Pinn Bloodletting Combined with Qingfei Jiedu Decoction on Acne Vulgaris Treatment
5.9. Acupuncture Can Regulate the Expression of TRPV1 and NGF in Colorectal Parts of Zymosan-Induced Model
Yin, Y.; Li, S.; Wang, S.
6. Author Affiliations
- Alabaster, J. Calgary foothills primary care network, Calgary, AB, Canada
- Aldridge, E. Academic Support officer, St John of God Murdoch Hospital Emergency Department, Murdoch, Western Australia
- Alimi, D. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- Ang, T.T. Chinese Nature-Cure Institute, Singapore
- Angelo, S. Outpatient Clinic for Psychiatric and Addictive Pathology, Stanford, CA, USA
- Armstrong, K. Ocupational Therapist, Women’s Integrative Healing, St. Augustine, FL, USA
- Asis, D. Pain Management, Santa Fe, Argentina
- Aung, S. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
- Bahr, F. European Academy for Traditional Chinese Medicine (EATCM), Munich, Germany
- Becu, P. DVM, Lyon, France
- Bulsara, M. University of Notre Dame, WA, Australia
- Chalmers, J. Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association, Coorparoo, Australia
- Chan, H. National addictions management service (Nams), institute of mental health, Singapore
- Chelly, J. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- Chen Y. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Chen, H. The First Affiliated Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China
- Chen, K.L. University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW, Australia
- Cheng, K. Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China
- Chin, X.Y. National addictions management service (Nams), institute of mental health, Singapore
- Christina, F. Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
- Cornelia, D.M. Outpatient Clinic for Psychiatric and Addictive Pathology, Stanford, CA, USA
- Daly, M. Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, NSW, Australia
- Deriu F. University of Sassari, Sassari, Italy
- Fan, J.J. The First Affiliated Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China
- Feng, X.K. The first affiliated Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China
- Flucher, C. Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
- Gresser, H. University Paris XI, Orsay, France
- Guo, S. National addiction management service (NAMS), institute of mental health (IMH), Singapore
- Huang, F. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Jan, A. Emergency Physician, St John of God Murdoch Hospital Emergency Department & University of Notre Dame, Perth, WA, Australia
- Johnson, S. British & International China College of Oriental Medicine, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK
- Kurath-Koller, S. Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
- Kuzulugil, A. Private Practitioner, Ankara, Turkey
- Lafitte, M. ANSYS, Inc. Holon, Israel
- Lee, C. Australian Medical Acupuncture College, Leopold, VIC, Australia
- Li, C. Private Clinic, Shen-Zhou, China
- Li, S. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Lim, R. Licensed Acupunctrist—TCM Practitioners’ Board (MOH) Spore, Laser acupuncture centre, Singapore
- Lin, L. The First Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University, Kunming, China
- Lindrea, K.B. Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, NSW, Australia
- Litscher, G. Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
- Liu, H. The first affiliated Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China
- Liu, J.H. Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Foshan, China
- Lu, J. The First Affiliated Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China
- Luz, F. Acupuncturist (CMAESP), São Paulo, Brazil
- Luzina, K. Central Clinical Hospital of the Presidential Administration and Russian Railways Medical Director of TCM Department 20, Moscow, Russia
- Luzina-Chju, L. Centre for Chinese Medicine “Sin-Ya-Chju” Kalanchevskaya 17, Moscow, Russia
- Meng X. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Meng, X.N. Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China
- Mok, M. School of Nursing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
- Nageshwar, S. ANSYS Inc., Canonsburg, PA, USA
- Niemtzow, R. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, USA
- Nogier, R. GLEM, Lyon, France
- Oei, J.L. University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW, Australia
- Oleson, T. Auriculotherapy Certification Institute, Los Angeles, CA, USA
- Pock, A. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, USA
- Practitioner, P. Private Practitioner, Meşrutiyet Caddesi 29-19 Kızılay, Ankara, Turkey
- Qi, S. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Quah-Smith, I. Roseville Wellness Group, Roseville, NSW, Australia
- Raith, W. Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
- Rangon, C.M. Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris, Paris, France
- Rogers, I. St John of God Murdoch Hospital Emergency Dept & Universith of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle, WA, Australia
- Rong, P.J. China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
- Schindler, T. University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW, Australia
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Quah-Smith, I.; Litscher, G.; Rong, P.; Oleson, T.; Stanton, G.; Pock, A.; Niemtzow, R.; Aung, S.; Nogier, R. Report from the 9th International Symposium on Auriculotherapy Held in Singapore, 10–12 August 2017. Medicines 2017, 4, 46. https://doi.org/10.3390/medicines4030046
Quah-Smith I, Litscher G, Rong P, Oleson T, Stanton G, Pock A, Niemtzow R, Aung S, Nogier R. Report from the 9th International Symposium on Auriculotherapy Held in Singapore, 10–12 August 2017. Medicines. 2017; 4(3):46. https://doi.org/10.3390/medicines4030046Chicago/Turabian Style
Quah-Smith, Im, Gerhard Litscher, Peijing Rong, Terry Oleson, Gary Stanton, Arnyce Pock, Richard Niemtzow, Steven Aung, and Raphael Nogier. 2017. "Report from the 9th International Symposium on Auriculotherapy Held in Singapore, 10–12 August 2017" Medicines 4, no. 3: 46. https://doi.org/10.3390/medicines4030046