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Pulse diagnosis II

Determine pulse accodring to their clinical Manifestation

Clinical Indication: Exterior syndrome: + Tight (cold) or rapid (heat) or weak (deficiency) , or strong (excessive)Deficient syndrome (seeing in floating deficient Yang-Qi) floating, big and weak Floating (Fu mai)
Clinical Indication: Deep and forceful pulse; interior excess syndromeDeep and week: interior deficiency syndrome Deep (Chen mai)
Clinical Indications: Through obstruction of Qi and Blood by pathogensDepletion of yin and yangExtreme pain Hidden (Fu mai)
Clinical Indications: Cold syndromeslow forceful: cold accumulation internally – excessive cold syndromeslow and weak: Yang-Qi deficiency – deficient cold syndrome Slow Pulse (Chi mai)
Clinical Indications: Dampness caused diseaseDeficiency of SP and STRecovering state of the diseaseAlso seen in healthy person Moderate (Huan Mai)
Clinical Indications: Heat syndrome or deficient syndromeRapid and forceful: excessive heatrapid and weak: deficient heat or Yang-Qi deficiency Rapid (Shuo mai)
Clinical Indications: Swift and forceful: hyperactive of Yang and excessive heatSwift and weak: depletion of yin with escaping yang Swith (Ji Mai)
Clinical Indications: Extreme pain and fear bouncing (dong mai)
Created by: cmgarnier