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Theory and Applications in Biomedical Engineering after Discovering a New Human Organ “Interstitium”
  • Johnson Wang
Johnson Wang
Wang Electro-Opto Vorporation

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Abstract

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is based on the physiological concept that life is supported by the continuous and all-pervading flow of energy named Chee. This concept has a logic deficiency that has handicapped TCM from entry into modern sciences in spite of the fact that it has been in practice since 2700 BC. In March 2018, the “Interstitium” was formally reported as a newly discovered organ that pervades the entire human body. This author believed that Interstitium as reported could cure TCM’s logic deficiency, thus started a small research program in July. By latching onto Interstitium, and distilling and synthesizing TCM procedures to conform to modern sciences, we have transformed TCM to a modern empirical science. We have also formulated a theory of Chee to enable TCM to be a full-fledged Scientific TCM (STCM). The method and procedure employed in developing this theory are similar to those taken by Julius Stratton in formulating classical macroscopic electromagnetic theory discussed in his book of 1941. Potential biomedical applications for STCM are many, including mental illnesses, inflammation, allergy, and infectious diseases. Since reported results are preliminary and lack independent verification, global collaborative efforts, both technical and business, are earnestly solicited openly