The Journal of Integrative Medicine is to improve the quality of the journal, focus on popularization, focus on the clinic, and pay attention to experimental research; disseminate international Chinese and Western medicine policies and guidelines on the integration of Chinese and Western medicine; report the experience of integrating Chinese and Western medicine in clinical, scientific research, prevention, and teaching. And results, timely reflect the current level of integration of traditional Chinese and Western medicine, to explore ideas and methods of integration of traditional Chinese and Western medicine, introduce the progress of international professional related to the development of academic discussions; to improve the academic level of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine for human health services.

The scope of the Journal of Integrative Medicine includes, but is not limited to:

  • Diagnostics of TraditionFormula of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Human Anatomy
  • Surgery of Integrative Medicine
  • Internal Medicine of Integrative Medicine

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Volume 11, Issue 1 (2022)

Table of Contents


Chan Hum Park, Takashi Tanaka, Takako Yokozawa

Article ID: 4112
Views - 234  (Abstract) PDF - 85  (Download)
Abstract: Conventional medicine-based Chinese herbal prescriptions, have fascinated much attention due to their extensive and unique diversity of biological effects without toxicity and/or adverse effects. Treatment with Hachimi jio-gan (Ba-Wei-Di-Huang-Wan in Chinese) improved the dysregulated levels of hyperglycemic condi...


Yulong Liang, Jianjing Liang, Wenjing Feng, Jinghui Mu

Article ID: 4466
Views - 113  (Abstract) PDF - 40  (Download)
Abstract: O bjective : To observe the changes of cytokines in serum of rabbits with acute pulmonary embolism, and to provide scientific basis for clinical treatment of the disease. Methods :  The animal models of pulmonary embolism were established in 26 healthy rabbits by autologo...
C.P. Ong

Article ID: 4654
Views - 118  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: The Three Harmony Principle helps to regulate whole-body motion in harmony by balancing and aligning the movements of the body segments. Taijiquan uses the fangsong-relaxtion modality to resolve the switching back and forth of the active muscle forces and the passive tensional forces of tendons, ligaments and fascial tissues. Fangsong induces the modulati...
Yuheng Jiang, Jiahao Gu, Zai Gu, Yifeng Xu, Bin Jia, Jing Yang

Article ID: 4691
Views - 108  (Abstract) PDF - 12  (Download)
Abstract: Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP), also known as idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, is a hematologic disease in which platelet destruction increases and production decreases, mainly mediated by immunity. However, up to now, the pathogenesis of ITP is not clear, which has caused great trouble in treatment. Therefore, this paper intends to review the recent l...



Announcement: JIM Volume 9, Issue 2 (2020) is now live!

We are pleased to announce that Volume 9, Issue 2 ( 2020) of Journal of Integrative Medicine has been published, and is currently available for download.  
Posted: April 16,2021
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