의학사상과 처방을 중심으로
- 김도원(Dowon Kim) 차웅석(Wung-Seok Cha)
- 제34권 제1호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 11 - 22 (12 pages)
In this study, we examine Cho Heon-yeong’s medical theory in obstetrics and gynecology by looking at the contents and prescriptions of 『Buinbyeongchiryobeob(婦人病治療法)』. This book is a clinical text on obstetrics and gynecology written in 1940 s. This book consists of Introduction, Jeungchi(證治), Yangjinhanchi(洋診漢治), Cheobangnonhae(處方論解) and refers to 『Donguibogam (東醫寶鑑)』, 『Keongakjeonseo (景岳全書)』, 『Junguihaksajeon (中醫學辭典)』, 『Jejungsinpyeon (濟衆新編)』, 『Uihakipmun (醫學入門)』 and 『UijongKeumkam (醫宗金鑑)』. Cho Heon-yeong’s theory in this book has following characteristics. First, his medical eclecticism is centered on Korean Medicine, with incidental use of Western medicine. Second, he regarded weakness(虛證) as important in obstetrics and gynecology. Third, he added mental state as one of the basic physiological characteristics of women. Fourth, he presented a new diagnotic standard based on a spectrum of fire(火) and cold(冷). There are 363 prescriptions in this book, and 171 of them are from 『Donguibogam (東醫寶鑑)』. Frequently used prescriptions are all belong to supplement(補藥). There are 48 prescriptions that Cho Heon-yeong originally made. Additionally, this book contains eopsaeng(攝生) and pretended stimulation therapies and exercise methods.