POW 2011

2011 Pearls Seminar on Chinese Medicine Management of Diabetic Nephropathy and the Concept of Latent Pathogen and Associated Disorders and Treatment of Paediatric Disorders


Prof Zhao Jin Xi shares his considerable knowledge and clinical experience in the treatment of diabetic nephropathy and the concept of latent pathogen and associated disorders and treatment of paediatric disorders.

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Professor Zhao Jin Xi of Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing inspired by the theory of Shang Han Lun, advocates a diagnosis-treatment scheme “Trinity System” for miscellaneous and difficult to treat diseases by adopting a model of constitution identification, disease identification and pattern identification. For the treatment of women and paediatric as well as difficult-to-treat diseases, Professor Zhao employs the theories from ancient classics as guiding principle and applies classic formulas for the treatment of these diseases.

Topics include:

  1. How to employ the “Trinity System” in the treatment of Diabetes Nephropathy and associated complications of Diabetes
  2. How to employ the “Regulating the Five Zang System” in the treatment of paediatric disorders: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); Enuresis; Tourette Syndrome
  3. How to employ the “Latent Pathogen System” in the treatment of  menopausal syndrome, pelvic congestion syndrome due to blood stasis and irregular menstruation.

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This course provides 10 CPD points. Certificate of Attendance will be issued by Pearls of Wisdom Chinese Medicine after submission of quiz answers.

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Professor Professor Zhao Jin Xi

About Professor Zhao Jin Xi

Professor Professor Zhao Jin Xi of Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing advocates a diagnosis-treatment scheme inspired by Shang Han Lun theory which he calls the Trinity System based on a co-ordinated identification of constitutional type, disease and pattern… Read more »

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