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Abstract

This pocket atlas will prove invaluable to veterinarians wanting to further their knowledge of treating pets with acupuncture. The book, available in English and German, reflects the wealth of experience that the author, Christina Matern has in the field as one of the chief founders of the German...

Author(s)
Matern, C.
Publisher
Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Acupuncture for dogs and cats: a pocket atlas, 2012, pp xii + 372 pp.
Abstract

Five crossbred cats (1 month old, 0.4-0.5 kg) were used. The acupuncture points used were Tian-ping and Bai-hui. After perpendicular insertion of needle to Tian-ping and Bai-hui, the positive electrode was connected at Tian-ping and the negative electrode was connected at Bai-hui. Electric current...

Author(s)
Kim InBong; Kim MooKang; Cho SungWhan; Kim DuckHwan; You MyungJo; Lee SeongHo; Lee SeongOk; Kwon GeonOh; Kim MyungCheol; Nam TchiChou
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, 1999, 16, 2, pp 413-416
Abstract

The philtrum point VG 26 (Jen Chung) was needled in 69 cases of respiratory depression or apnoea in dogs and cats during induction or maintenance of general anaesthesia. Respiration was restored to normal or near normal rates within 10 to 30 seconds of insertion of the needle in all cases. In seven ...

Author(s)
Janssens, L.; Altman, S.; Rogers, P. A. M.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1979, 105, 12, pp 273-276
Abstract

Three castrations and one abdominal operation in female cats were carried out under acupuncture anaesthesia, two with propionylpromazine sedation and two without. In spite of tying down of all four limbs and the head, three assistants were necessary to hold the animal still so that the needles...

Author(s)
Lambardt, A.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1975, 56, No.1, pp 33-36