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The history of acupuncture anesthesia for pneumonectomy in Shanghai during the 1960s was published in May 2016 in Journal of Integrative Medicine.

In which, dry needling is mentioned in 1961 in China.

Liu LG, Fan AY, Zhou H, Hu J. The history of acupuncture anesthesia for pneumonectomy in Shanghai during the 1960s. J Integr Med. 2016; 14(4): 285–290.

http://www.jcimjournal.com/jim/FullText2.aspx?articleID=S2095-4964(16)60253-4

Liu LG, Fan AY, Zhou H, Hu J. Acupuncture Anesthesia in Shanghai during 1960s JIM 2016

ABSTRACT
The success of acupuncture anesthesia (AA) for pneumonectomy in Shanghai in 1960 was a key event for AA gaining practical clinical application. The effort was a close collaboration between the Shanghai First Tuberculosis Hospital and the Shanghai Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. One of the most important factors of AA success was the great financial and political support provided by the Chinese central government and Shanghai local government. In December 1965 the State Science and Technology Commission of China issued a formal document acknowledging AA as an important first-level national achievement of the integration of Chinese and Western medicine, and a collaborative effort of the whole scientific community in China. AA was an important influential factor that helped acupuncture spread across the world.
Keywords: acupuncture anesthesia; pneumonectomy; Shanghai; history of medicine

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Liu LG, Fan AY, Zhou H, Hu J. Acupuncture Anesthesia in Shanghai during 1960s JIM 2016

Li-gong Liu 1, Arthur Yin Fan 2, Hong Zhou 3, Jun Hu 4
1. Department of Literature Research, Shanghai Research Center of Acupuncture and Meridian, Shanghai
200030, China
2. McLean Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, PLC., Vienna, VA 22182, USA
3. Department of Acupuncture Anesthesia Clinical Research, Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital, Shanghai
200433, China
4. Acu-Herbs Healing, Citrus Heights, CA 95610, USA
ABSTRACT
The success of acupuncture anesthesia (AA) for pneumonectomy in Shanghai in 1960 was a key event for AA gaining practical clinical application. The effort was a close collaboration between the Shanghai First Tuberculosis Hospital and the Shanghai Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. One of the most important factors of AA success was the great financial and political support provided by the Chinese central government and Shanghai local government. In December 1965 the State Science and Technology Commission of China issued a formal document acknowledging AA as an important first-level national achievement of the integration of Chinese and Western medicine, and a collaborative effort of the whole scientific community in China. AA was an important influential factor that helped acupuncture spread across the world.

Keywords: acupuncture anesthesia; pneumonectomy; Shanghai; history of medicine

Citation: Liu LG, Fan AY, Zhou H, Hu J. The history of acupuncture anesthesia for pneumonectomy in Shanghai during the 1960s. J Integr Med. 2016; 14(4): 285–290.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2095-4964(16)60253-4

Received December 31, 2015; accepted February 1, 2016.
Correspondence: Arthur Yin Fan; E-mail: ArthurFan@ChineseMedicineDoctor.US

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针刺麻醉老照片  from  
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作者:王军 来自:麻醉科  时间:2010-1-14
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针刺麻醉,开胸手术,自《人民画报》。

针刺麻醉下脑外科手术。

叶剑英元帅与针麻术后患者。

越南医学人员参观。

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往事-针刺麻醉诞生记-20100723

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