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Published 2014-01-01

Trade paperback book

127 pages, 5.50 x 8.00"

ISBN 9781848192058



With index
With glossary

Common Laboratory Tests TCM Practitioners

By (author)  Partha Bannerjee
By (author)  Christina Captain

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Trade paperback book | $19.95

An essential reference for the Traditional Chinese Medicine classroom and clinic, this book teaches how to use and understand Western laboratory testing in the treatment and referral of patients.

Co-written by a doctor of Western medicine and an acupuncture physician, the book focuses on symptoms that commonly present in TCM practice and offers example lab results and case studies throughout.  By teaching TCM practitioners the terminology and methodology of lab testing, the book helps to bridge the gab between Eastern and Western schools of medicine and promote an integrative approach to improve the overall care of the patient.

About the Authors:

Partha Banerjee, MD, completed his medical training in Calcutta, India, before moving to the US, where he practiced medicine for 30 years specializing in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Geriatrics.  He was also a clinical professor of medicine at Wright State Medical School in Ohio and received numerous awards including the "Laureate Award" by the American College of Physicians.  Now in semi-retirement, he continues to instruct in Western medicine at the East West College of Natural Medicine.

Christina Captain, DOM, is a nationally board-certified (NCCAOM) and state-licensed acupuncture physician.  She is the Founder and Medical Director of The Family Healing Center, an integrative, alternative-healthcare practice that incorporates traditional Western ideology and Eastern holistic strategies.  She was previously a senior faculty member and char of the advisory board at the East West College of Medicine.