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Dr.Qian with Dr. Lu at Hunan University of TCM, Hunan,
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Dr. Liwei Qian, L Ac., L Ch., MD (China), is a doctor of Chinese medicine, currently practicing Chinese medicine in Clear Lake and Galveston. He graduated from Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hunan province of P. R. China in 1983 and was trained in a program (eight yrs) of integrated Traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine. He was a chief attending physician and associate professor in the dept. of internal medicine, First Affiliated Hospital of the Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1988 to 1995.

Dr. Qian moved to USA in the end of 1995 and has been practicing Chinese medicine as well as promoting clinical investigations and applications of acupuncture and herb therapies more than ten years. Dr. Qian is TSBME (Texas State Board Medical Examiner) & NCCAOM (National Certification Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.As a active member of CAM Journal Club in UTMB, Dr. qian has been appointed as specialist of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the dept. of family medicine in UTMB.

PUBLICATION:

1. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Endoscopic manometry of pylorus sphincter in chronic gastritis with syndrome differentiation classification in TCM. Endoscope. 11(6): 333-335, 1994 (Chinese)

2. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Effect of electroneedling of Zusanli on kinetic function of human Pylorus. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture. 5(2): 139-144, 1994 (English)

3. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Electroacupuncture at Zusanli point regulates human pylorus peristaltic function. Journal of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine. 5(1): 48-52, 1994 (Japanese)

4. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Study on Effect of Electroacupuncture at Zusanli(ST) in regulating of the pylorus peristaltic function. Chinese Journal of IntegratedTraditional and Western Medicine. 13(6):336, 1993 (Chinese)

5. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Effects of reinforcing and reducing therapy on smooth muscles of pylorus sphincter in patients with gastroduodenal disorders. Chinese Journal of TCM and Pharmacy. 8(2): 27-29, 1993 (Chinese)

6. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Preliminary observation on the relationship between atrophic necrotic epithelial cells of the lingual exfoliation and the gastrointestinal diseases. Journal of TCM. 34(4): 241-242, 1993. (Chinese)

7. LW Qian, Yaping Lin, Zhiqun Wei, Lingyu Liu, Xuexiang Yao and Mujin Zou. Endoscopic manometry of human pylorus pressure. Journal of Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 12(3): 50-52, 1992 (Chinese)

8. LW Qian. The clinic investigation of lingual exfoliative cytology: Review and development. Journal of Liaoling Chinese Medicine. (2): 46-48, 1989 (Chinese)

9. LW Qian. Therapies of hematemesis in the ancient medical encyclopedia "Jing Yue Quan Xu". ACLA Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology. (3): 45-47, 1989 (Chinese)

10. Wenfeng Zhu, LW Qian. A therapeutic principle "Treat in accordance with the Trend". Journal of Jilin Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy. (2): 1-2, 1987 (Chinese)

11. LW Qian, Xuemei Lin, Jiande Chen. Normalization of atropine-induced postprandial dysrhythmia with Gastric pacing. American Journal of Physiology (Gastrointest.Liver Physiol.39). 276: G387-G392, 1999.

12. LW Qian, Larry J Peters, Jiande Chen. Effect of Electroacupuncture on gastric cyclic myoelectric activity. Digestive Diseases and Sciences. 44(1): 56-62, 1999.

13. LW Qian, Larry J Peters, and JDZ Chen. Postprandial response of jejunal slow waves and its mediation via cholinergic mechanism. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 44(8): 1506-1511, 1999.

14. Masaki Abo, Jie Liang, LW Qian, JDZ Chen. Distension-induced myoelectrical dysrhythmia and effect of intestinal pacing. Dig Dis Sci. 2000 Jan;45(1):129-35.

15. LW Qian, Larry J Peters, JDZ Chen. Clonidine inhibits postprandial response of antral myoelectrical activity. Dig Dis Sci 2001 Mar; 46(3):626-31

16. Qian LW, Orr WC, Chen JD. Inhibitory reflexive effect of rectal distension on postprandial gastric myoelectrical activity. Dig Dis Sci 2002 Nov;47(11):2473-9

17. Chen JD, Qian LW, Ouyang H, Yin J. Gastric electrical stimulation with short pulses reduces vomiting but not dysrhythmias. Gastroenterology 2003 Feb;124(2):401-9

18. LW Qian, Pasrich J, JD Chen. Origins and patterns of spontaneous and drug-induced canine gastric myoelectrical dysrhythmia. Dig Dis Sci. 2003 Mar; 48(3): 508-15.

19. Xiaohong Xu, LW Qian, JD Chen. Anti-Dysrhythmic Effects of Long-Pulse Gastric Electrical Stimulation. Digestion 2004;69: 63-70.

    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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