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Natural Veterinary Medicine 204
6.0

$120.00 USD

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  • Identify the correspondence of modern Western nutritional approaches and therapeutic herbal supplements to traditional Chinese medicine remedies
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Neurological and Ophthalmologic Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Neurological and Ophthalmologic Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Neurological and Ophthalmologic Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Liver and Respiratory Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Liver and Respiratory Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Liver and Respiratory Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Reproductive and Urological Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Reproductive and Urological Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Reproductive and Urological Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency

Linda DuPont, DVM

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Natural Veterinary Medicine 203
6.0

$120.00 USD

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  • Identify the correspondence of modern Western nutritional approaches and therapeutic herbal supplements to traditional Chinese medicine remedies
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Infectious Diseases
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Infectious Diseases
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Infectious Disease based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Liver and Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Liver and Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Liver and Musculoskeletal Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Neoplastic Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm and the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Neoplastic Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Neoplastic Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency

Linda DuPont, DVM

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Natural Veterinary Medicine 202
6.0

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  • Identify the correspondence of modern Western nutritional approaches and therapeutic herbal supplements to traditional Chinese medicine remedies
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Digestive Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm, the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Digestive Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Digestive Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Ear Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm, the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Ear Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Ear Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of Endocrine, Hematological and Immunological Disorders
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm, the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of Endocrine, Hematological and Immunological Disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approaches to Endocrine, Hematological and Immunological Disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency

Linda DuPont, DVM

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Natural Veterinary Medicine 201
6.0

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  • Associate the traditional Chinese medicine metaphors to the corresponding Western physiology and anatomy concepts
  • Compare and contrast the concepts of Qi, Yin, Yang, Zang and Fu
  • Recognize the relationship between Zang and Fu organs and their association with the Cooking Pot Analogy
  • Relate how a deficiency of a particular source of Qi may produces multiple manifestations and health effects
  • Describe the concept of pulse diagnosis
  • Summarize the similarities and differences in taking the History of Present Illness
  • Compare the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm to the modern Western medicine theories in the etiology of behavioral disorders
  • Identify the correspondence of modern Western therapeutic herbal supplements to traditional Chinese medicine remedies.
  • Recognize in the traditional Chinese medicine paradigm, the similarity of etiology for a wide variety of behavioral and emotional disorders
  • Differentiate the traditional Chinese medicine therapeutic approachs to dermatological disorders based on the theory of excess or deficiency

Linda DuPont, DVM

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