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Professor Zhang Qi, the first master of Chinese medicine, died at the age of 98

Original title: Professor Zhang Qi, the first national medical master, died at the age of 98

According to & lsquo; Heilongjiang provincial Chinese Medicine Academy WeChat official account: the first national medical master, the Bethune medal, the winner of the national outstanding Chinese Medicine Award, the famous Chinese medicine theorist, clinical educator and educator, the first batch of experts from the State Council to enjoy the special allowance of the government, and the first batch of Teachers who follow the experience of the old Chinese medicine experts. Professor Zhang Qi, an excellent instructor of the national excellent TCM clinical talent training program, died at 9:35 a.m. on November 13, 2019 at the age of 98.

The memorial service of Professor Zhang Qi, a master of Chinese medicine, is scheduled to be held at 6:30 a.m. on November 17, 2019 in the moral Hall of donghuayuan, Harbin.

Introduction to Professor Zhang Qi

Zhang Qi, born in leting, Hebei Province in 1922, is a member of Jiusan Society and a member of the Communist Party of China. Famous TCM scientist, TCM clinician, TCM educator and TCM nephropathy expert. In 2009, he was rated as one of China's 30 first "national medical masters" and the winner of Bethune medal. He has successively served as researcher, director, deputy director and technical consultant of Internal Medicine Research Office of Heilongjiang Institute of traditional Chinese medicine (now Heilongjiang College of traditional Chinese Medicine); Professor and doctoral supervisor of Heilongjiang University of traditional Chinese medicine; Member and consultant of Heilongjiang Provincial Committee of Jiusan Society; Executive director, consultant and lifelong director of the Chinese society of traditional Chinese medicine; Member of the academic committee of the Chinese Academy of traditional Chinese medicine and 'honorary chief researcher'; The first batch of experts entitled to special government subsidies by the State Council; The first batch of instructors who inherit the academic experience of old traditional Chinese medicine experts in China; Excellent instructor of the national excellent TCM clinical talent training program; Distinguished professor of traditional Chinese Medicine Master inheritance talent training project; He was elected as a deputy to the fifth and Sixth National People's Congress and a member of the Standing Committee of the seventh and eighth Heilongjiang Provincial CPPCC.

Professor Zhang Qi is proficient in traditional Chinese medicine, gynecology and pediatrics, especially in internal medicine. He has deep attainments in traditional Chinese medicine kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease, spleen and stomach disease, heart disease, mental disease, rheumatism, warm fever disease and thirst quenching disease, and is good at treating all kinds of stubborn diseases and difficult and severe diseases. Since the 1960s, he has focused on the treatment and research of nephropathy. His new preparations such as ningshenling, Biyankang granule, Shenyan Zhixue pill, Shenyan Xiaobai granule, Shendi Baoshen capsule and Suhuang Xiezhuo pill have been widely used in clinic. He has also made fruitful achievements in scientific research, presided over more than 10 national "Seventh Five Year Plan" key research projects and provincial and ministerial projects, and won more than 10 provincial and ministerial scientific and technological progress awards. He has trained 40 doctoral students, 13 master's students, 3 postdoctors and 12 academic successors.

Professor Zhang Qi is diligent in summing up and writing. He puts his valuable thoughts and experiences on the pen and spreads them to the world. He has successively published 8 works, such as on pulse theory, collection of clinical experience, collection of clinical experience of Zhang Qi, and collection of clinical experience of Zhang Qi. He is the chief reviewer of Zhang Qi, a clinician of traditional Chinese medicine compiled by his academic successor Zhang Peiqing There are 4 selected medical records of Zhang Qi's kidney disease, 4 records of clinical experience of Chinese medical masters, 4 series of clinical research of Chinese medical masters and Zhang Qi's clinical medicine, which are also written in Bianshi collection, collection of Chinese famous and old traditional Chinese medicine experience, etc. in particular, the series of clinical research of Chinese medical masters can be described as a masterpiece of Zhang Qi's lifelong academic thought.