The outcomes of this study was published in Annals of Rheumatic Diseases and Journal of Clinical Rheumatology and won the prestigious Excellence in Integrative Medicine Research Award from the European Society of Integrative Medicine. The purpose of the article is to isolate and characterize the main stages of formation and development of pulse diagnosis. In the course of writing the article the authors used comparative histor-ical and analytical methods of historical and medical research. The main results are the following: The isolation and a brief description of major periods of pulse diagnosis formation, from the era of the ancient world to the newest time. In conclusion, the author presents the process of formation of different schools, using pulse wave analysis as one of the main criteria for assessing the condition of the patient: in the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, classical Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine in the East and European - in the West.
This study was recommended as a blue print for future studies on CAM by Dr. A., “Pulse diagnosis: Stages of formation and development of scientific ideas”, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, vol. The role of various figures of antiquity and the Middle Ages, whose works are descriptions of a variety of species and types of pulse on the basis of its specificity, palpation technique, the criteria for normal heart and pathological changes.
Achaleshwar Temple, Achalgarh Adeshwar Jain Temples around 10 minute steep climb, Gurushikar around 350 steps, Arbuda Devi temple around 360 steps and Ganesh Temple around 50 steps all one way.
A somewhat longish trip report 19th Left Mumbai 20th Reached Mt. A taxi wallah approached us and quoted Rs 200/- for Mt. We decided to wait for some time before leaving to Mt. Searched for the first one and was not able to find him. 20th we took rest at the hotel, had our bath and breakfast. In between I made some enquiries at the hotel about cab for sight seeing in Mt. I was also advised to see a couple of places on route to Udaipur and keep the vehicle for Udaipur sightseeing and relieve the cab by . The cabs are not allowed entry to the sunset point.
Abu – Sight seeing (Nakki Lake and Sunset Point) 21st Sight Seeing (Shiv Temple, Achaleshwar Temple, Achalgarh Adeshwar Jain Temples, Dattatreya Temple, Gurushikar, Peace Park, Delwara Temple, Arbuda Devi Temple, Andhra Point and Ganesh Temple) 22nd On route Udaipur seeing Ranakpur and Haldighati 23rd Sight seeing (City Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Rana Pratap Memorial, Shopping, Saheliyon ki Bari by car) (Boating at Fateh Sagar Lake, Shopping at Hathi Pol and Doodh Talai by auto) 24th Chittaurgarh 25th Rest till evening (Doodh Talai) and departure to Mumbai 26th Reached Mumbai Left Mumbai by 4708 Ranakpur Express from Bandra Terminus at and reached Abu Road at (before schedule). Took the Rs 250/- taxi wallah and started out journey to Mt. With this information I decided to see 2 places on the first day at Mt. The point is around a kilometer away from where the cabs drop you.
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