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Auricular Final

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Of the following three, which provides the strongest stimulation and must be removed by an Lac? Seeds, Tacks, Interdermals
Interdermals
Of the following three, which have a risk of infection? Seeds, Tacks, Interdermals
Tacks, Interdermals
Which of the following three is the safest and easiest to use? Seeds, Tacks, Interdermals
Seeds
Define Risk Management.
Makes a patient's health and safety a priority while reducing liability risk
Which of the following is a false statement regarding seeds, tacks, & interdermals?
a.) they should not be used on a first time patient
b.) they are contraindicated in the cymba concha
c.) they should be removed if they are causing discomfort during sleep or keeping the patient awake at night
They are contraindicated in the cymba concha
Which of the following is a true statement regarding seeds, tacks, & interdermals?
a.) patients should be taught to stimulate them by pressing between two fingers
b.) they should not be used on a first time patient
c.) they are contraindicated in the cymba concha
They should not be used on a first time patient
What is the benefit of using seeds, tacks, or interdermals?
Constant low grade stimulation to the acupoint
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the lobe.
Tooth extraction, special tumor area
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the anti-tragus.
Vertex, excitation, nerve, thyroid 2
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the tragus.
Hunger, thirst, clear nose/eyes, thyroid 4
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the cavum concha.
Hepatitis area, blood
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the cymba concha in order from anterior to posterior.
Prostate, blood base, colon 1, colon 2, ascites, prolapse
From the Shanghai system, name the zone that lies on the border of the cymba and cavum conchas.
Relax muscle
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the scapha.
Chest wall, thyroid 1
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the anti-helix.
Mammary glands, hot
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the triangular fossa.
Neurogate, constipation
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the helix.
Common cold
From the Shanghai system, name the zones on the inter-tragus.
Thyroid 3
Which zone, from Shanghai, clears yin deficiency heat?
Hot
Which zone, from Shanghai, treats narcolepsy, depression, and emotional withdrawl?
Excitation
Which zone, from Shanghai, treats cranial nerves 7 & 3?
Nerve
Which zone, from Shanghai, should be pricked to bleed?
Common cold
Which zones (in correct order) are needled in the NADA protocol?
Shen Men, Sympathetic, KD Yin, Liver, Left Lung
How long are needles retained in the NADA protocol?
45 minutes
Using "Ear Geometry", how long are the needles retained initially?
20 minutes
Using "Ear Geometry", when is the tender point NEVER needled?
If the tender point lies between point zero and the helix
Using "Ear Geometry", when is the tender point ALWAYS needled?
If the tender point does not lie between point zero and the helix
For the NADA protocol, where is the Left Lung is located in relation to the Heart on the right ear?
Above
For the NADA protocol, where is the Left Lung is located in relation to the Heart on the left ear?
Below
Which three zones in the Kropej system are based on handedness?
Ren, anti-aggression, anti-fear
In the Kropej system, which zone is located only on the right ear?
Weather point
Which Kropej zone is analogous to Sympathetic?
Psychosomatic R Point
Which Kropej zone is analogous to Clavicle?
Point Jerome
Which Kropej zone is analogous to Master Cerebral?
Anti-Fear
Which Kropej zone is analogous to Master Tranquilizer?
Anti-Aggression
Which Kropej zone is analogous to Liver Yang?
Darwin's Point
Which Kropej zone treats all lower extremity complaints?
Darwin's Point
Which Kropej zone is used to enhance the efficacy of all other auricular points?
General Tonification Point
Which master point has the following functions? Returns the body to the idealized state which was present in the womb
Point Zero
Which master point has the following functions? Tranquilizes the mind and allows a connection to one's spirit; Supports the action of other points
Shen Men
Which master point has the following functions? Balances activation by the sympathetic nervous system with parasympathetic sedation; Improves blood circulation and is used to relieve stress-related health disorders
Autonomic
Which master point has the following functions? Regulates over-excitement and restrains the cerebral cortex; Reduces chronic pain
Thalamus
Which master point has the following functions? Activates the pituitary gland
Endocrine
Which master point has the following functions? Corrects learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, and hypersensitive reactions
Oscillation
Which master point has the following functions? General reduction in inflammatory reactions; Elimination of toxic substances and the excretion of metabolic wastes
Allergy
Which master point has the following functions? General sedation effect; Facilitates overall relaxation
Tranquilizer
Which master point has the following functions? Reduces any unpleasant or excessive sensation
Sensorial
Which master point has the following functions? Diminishes nervous anxiety, fear, worry, pessimistic thinking, etc.
Cerebral
What is the location of Kidney in the Nogier Phase I Yin Organs?
On the helix, anterior to the triangular fossa, superior to the end of the inferior anti-helix crus
What is the location of Spleen in the Nogier Phase I Yin Organs?
On the superior anti-helix crus, slightly anterior to hip
What is the location of Heart in the Nogier Phase I Yin Organs?
On the anti-helix, on the line separating chest and abdomen on the concha side
What is the location of Liver in the Nogier Phase I Yin Organs?
On the border between the cymba and cavum conchas between CAM Liver and Spleen, or in Relax Muscles of Shanghai system.
What is the location of Lung in the Nogier Phase I Yin Organs?
In the cavum concha, inferior and posterior to CAM Heart location
On what structure are the Nogier Phase I spinal projections?
Anti-Helix
On what structure are the Nogier Phase II spinal projections?
Helix Crus
On what structure are the Nogier Phase III spinal projections?
Tragus
The "Hidden Portion" refers to what?
Spinal projections in the Nogier system
The first method of using the Nogier phase system is what?
Involves whether the chief complaint is acute or chronic
The second method of using the Nogier phase system is what?
Involves whether the chief complaint involves the body, mind, or spirit
The third method of using the Nogier phase system is what?
Involves probing for tenderness and using the most sensitive zone relating to the chief complaint
The fourth method of using the Nogier phase system is what?
Is progressive in that you begin in phase 1 and move on to 2 and 3 if needed