Acupuncture Made Simple is a CD-Rom with a reference guide designed for students, teachers, doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and anyone who is interested in learning about acupuncture. Depending on how many hours you invest, you'll be well on your way to take the exam and become licensed.
What does it do?
Our CD-Rom and reference guide tremendously assist those who are preparing to take the NCCAOM Exam. Qpuncture covers a large portion of the material on the exam. Be assured: You will be prepared. Unlike other previous acupuncture software and textbooks, Qpuncture makes learning simple by providing clear explanations, vivid illustrations, and 3-D rotating images. For those who are already licensed, it is still a great reference tool for clinical applications and a method to combine practices of oriental medicine with western medicine. Whether for professional or personal use, you can learn acupuncture easily and accurately with Qpuncture.
Chapter 1: Introduction
An Introduction and a brief history of acupuncture with definitions of common terminologies begin this exciting field of the art of acupuncture.
Chapter 2: Acupuncture
Explanation and discussion of acupoints of 14 channels, 40 extra points, ear/head acupuncture, and flow channels of 12 channels and 8 extraordinary channels are included. Anatomical landmarks of acupoints and channel pathways and mechanisms are revealed in full-color illustrations animated in 3D technology. In addition, detailed descriptions of various body parts associated with particular acupoints are linked with instructions.
Chapter 3: Oriental Medicine
The philosophy and concepts of oriental medicine are introduced and explained. Demonstration and therapeutic effects are included. This chapter provides clinical explanations of commonly diagnosed illnesses. You can easily find any disease by selecting each department. This section is a meticulously abstracted summary of clinical pearls.
Chapter 4: Western Medicine
This chapter is a review of basic western medicine. It contains a list of more than 400 various disease symptoms and their diagnosis and treatment under different categories of western medicine, including internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, gynecology, and other fields.
Chapter 5: Information
This chapter includes detailed description of the NCCA and CA board information, as well as acupuncture school directory of United States with complete profiles.
Computer RequirementsComputer: Qpuncture requires an IBM PC or 100% compatible computer, with a Pentium 133 MHZ or better processor. Your computer must have at least 16 megabytes of RAM for enhanced 3D graphic features.
Operating System: You must be running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000 (running with local Administrator privileges) to run Qpuncture on your system.
Drives: A 4x speed CD-Rom drive and a hard drive with 10MB of disk space available.
Video: Qpuncture requires 800 x 600 pixels 16bit color monitor and a video card.
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