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Essentials of complementary and alternative medicine / edited by Wayne B. Jonas, Jeffrey S. Levin ; associate editors, Brian Berman ... [et al.]
Books/Textual Material | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins | c1999.
Available at Gumberg 2nd Floor (R733 .E87 1999)
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Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c1999.
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xxi, 605 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Ch. 1. The history of complementary and alternative medicine-- Ch. 2. The physician and complementary and alternative medicine-- Ch. 3. Ethics at the interface of conventional and complementary medicine-- Ch. 4. Evaluating complementary and alternative medicine: the balance of rigor and relevance-- Ch. 5. How to practice evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine-- Ch. 6. The safety of herbal products-- Ch. 7. The safety of nonherbal complementary products-- Ch. 8. The safety of homeopathy
Ch. 9. Adverse effects of acupuncture-- Ch. 10. Adverse effects of spinal manipulation-- Ch. 11. Ayurvedic medicine-- Ch. 12. Traditional Chinese medicine-- Ch. 13. Native American medicine-- Ch. 14. Tibetan medicine-- Ch. 15. Chiropractic medicine-- Ch. 16. Osteopathy-- Ch. 17. Naturopathic medicine-- Ch. 18. Holistic nursing-- Ch. 19. Medical acupuncture-- Ch. 20. Phytomedicine-- Ch. 21. Spiritual healing-- Ch. 22. Massage therapy-- Ch. 23. Qigong
Ch. 24. Biofeedback therapy-- Ch. 25. Hypnotherapy-- Ch. 26. Behavioral medicine-- Ch. 27. Orthomolecular medicine and megavitamin therapy-- Ch. 28. Homeopathy-- Ch. 29. Nutritional biotherapy-- Ch. 30. Meditation and mindfulness.
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068330674X
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OCoLC
20021016152745.0
980428s1999 paua b 001 0 eng ccam a
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DUQQ
Fund B Library Endowment - Social Science and Science Collections
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