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Prescriptions of Universal Relief


Pu Ji Fang(Prescriptions of Universal Relief) is the most extensive prescription book in Chinese history, with 61,739 prescriptions in it.

Classic of the Miraculous Pivot


Lingshu Jing or simply Lingshu for short, together with Su Wen is called Yellow Emperor's Internal Canon of Medicine, is one of the earliest medical classics in China.

Treasured Knowledge of Obstetrics


Jing Xiao Chan Bao(Treasured Knowledge of Obstetrics), also calledChan Bao, was compiled between 847 and 852.

The Pulse Classic


Maijing compiled by Wang Shuhe in the Western Jin Dynasty (265-316), is the first extant book specializing in sphygmology in China.

Prescriptions Worth a Thousand Pieces of Gold for Emergencies


Beiji Qianjin Yaofang (Prescriptions Worth a Thousand Pieces of Gold for Emergencies), also called Qianjin Fang (Precious Prescriptions for Emergencies) or Qianjin Yaofang, was edited by Sun Simiao in the year 652.

Complete Dictionary of Effective Prescriptions for Women


Furen Daquan Liangfang, also calledFuren Liangfang Daquan,Furen Liangfang JiyaoandFuren Liangfang, was finished in 1237, with Chen Ziming as the author.

Collected Writings on the Washing Away of Wrongs


The first monographic work on forensic medicine in the world is Xiyuan Jilu (Collected Writings on the Washing Away of Wrongs), written by Song Ci of theSouthern Song Dynasty(1127-1279).

Prescriptions for Diseases


Zhi Baibing Fangcoverswide contents, including diseases of all kinds, such as internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, the five sense organs, and so on.

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