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Qpuncture I - Made Simple

Contains a reference guide designed for students, teachers, doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and anyone who is interested in learning about acupuncture. Depending on how many hours you invest, you'll be well on your way to take the exam and become licensed.

Qpuncture I: Acupuncture Made Simple - CD ROM
for Windows only


 Was $159
Now $151.05

Qpuncture is a revolutionary CD-Rom that makes learning acupuncture very easy.

This CD-Rom contains complete illustrations, clear explanations of Oriental medicine principles, Western medicine principles, and all the necessary information for begining self-study and achieving success on licensing exams. DEMO ON LINE

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System Requirements

What does it do?
Their CD-Rom and reference guide tremendously assist those who are preparing to take the NCCAOM Exam. Qpuncture covers a large portion of the material on the exam. Be assured: You will be prepared. Unlike other previous acupuncture software and textbooks, Qpuncture makes learning simple by providing clear explanations, vivid illustrations, and 3-D rotating images. For those who are already licensed, it is still a great reference tool for clinical applications and a method to combine practices of oriental medicine with western medicine. Whether for professional or personal use, you can learn acupuncture easily and accurately with Qpuncture .

Attention Medical Professionals !
A purchase of Qpuncture will automatically entitle you to be listed free on our National Referral Directory for participating physicians. Furthermore, you'll be able to purchase other upcoming titles at a fraction of a cost! Titles including Neuro-Acupuncture (Human Brain and Acupuncture), Auriculotherapy (Ear Acupuncture),Veterinary Acupuncture, and much more are soon to be released!


Chapter1: Introduction
An Introduction and a brief history of acupuncture with definitions of common terminologies begin this exciting field of the art of acupuncture.

Chapter2: Acupuncture
Explanation and discussion of acupoints of 14 channels, 40 extra points, ear/head acupuncture, and flow channels of 12 channels and 8 extraordinary channels are included. Anatomical landmarks of acupoints and channel pathways and mechanisms are revealed in full-color illustrations animated in 3D technology. In addition, detailed descriptions of various body parts associated with particular acupoints are linked with instructions.

Chapter3: Oriental Medicine
The philosophy and concepts of oriental medicine are introduced and explained. Demonstration and therapeutic effects are included. This chapter provides clinical explanations of commonly diagnosed illnesses. You can easily find any disease by selecting each department. This section is a meticulously abstracted summary of clinical pearls.

Chapter4: Western Medicine
This chapter is a review of basic western medicine. It contains a list of more than 400 various disease symptoms and their diagnosis and treatment under different categories of western medicine, including internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, gynecology, and other fields.

Chapter5: Information
This chapter includes detailed description of the NCCAOM and CA board information, as well as acupuncture school directory of United States with complete profiles.


Windows- Qpuncture requires an IBM PC or 100% compatible computer, with a Pentium 133 MHZ or better processor. Your computer must have at least 16 megabytes of RAM for enhanced 3D graphic features.

You must be running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000 (running with local Administrator privileges) to run Qpuncture on your system.
Drives: A 4x speed CD-Rom drive and a hard drive with 10MB of disk space available.

Video: Qpuncture requires 800 x 600 pixels 16bit color monitor and a video card.

Qpuncture II for Oriental Medicine
Qpuncture II  for OM

Regularly $299
Discounted to $289

Qpuncture II for OM

Regularly $299
Discounted to $289

Qpuncture II for OM has:

  • Double the number of images as Qpuncture I 

Qpuncture II is a comprehensive CD-Rom that is useful not only in studying acupuncture, but also in practicing acupuncture. This CD-Rom contains complete illustrations, clear explanations of acupuncture, herbal medication, auriculotherapy. Q Chart is not included with Qpuncture II for OM.

The numerous menus offer a wealth of information for both students, and experienced practitioners. Clicking the buttons for muscle, bone, artery and nerve of each acupoint will visualize the anatomical information. 3-D images make it extremely easy to see, and understand the each acupoint. Pain Clinic section has detailed explanations about acupuncture, and herbal medication about diversified diseases.

System Requirements - Windows
To use Qpuncture II, you need the following hardware and software:

- Pentium II 300MHZ processor, or equivalent.
- Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP.
- 32 MB Ram.
- 600 MB of available hard disk space.
- CD-Rom Drive, mouse, VGA monitor (800 x 600 / 16 bit colors - 1024 x 768 Recommended for Q Chart ).

Macintosh - 300 MHz PowerPC G3 or Higher Processor. 
- MAC OS 8, 9 (Classic mode in OS X). 
- 64 MB Ram. 
- 100 MB of available hard disk space. 
- CD-Rom Drive, VGA monitor (800 x 600 / thousands of colors)

Q Chart  Practice Management Program

Q Chart
for OM - 
for Windows
Regularly $199
Discounted to $189.05

Q Chart is a convenient practice-management program with database. The 2003 upgraded Qchart is no longer included in Qpuncture II. Q Chart is a complete program by itself. You can manage patient information, treatment history, billing list, insurance billing, appointment, and account receivables. It has HCFA Form, Super bill and various report forms that you can print. Qchart is an useful tool for practitioners who need a clinic management program.

New Patient Information
You can input new patients informations like name, address, birthdate, phone number, insurance, and so on.

Patient List
You can take a look at all patients in your clinic. 
You can sort patients by first name, last name, and birthdate.
You can search patients by birthdate.

Treatment History
Whenever you keep records about the patient treatment, they will be accumulated. 
If you choose specific date, you can take a look at treatment record of the date.

New Treatment
You can keep record about new treatment - History and symptoms I, II, treatment, billing.

Biling List
It shows all cost about the patient respectively

HCFA form
You can type and print HCFA Form.

Appointment Form
You can save the patients' name of whom made an appointment in your clinic.

Account Receivable
It shows records about all patients' account receivable.

Report Form
Treatment Record Form, History of Injury Form, Authorization to Pay Physician Form, Authorization for Absence Form, Doctor's Lien Form, Worker's Compensation Authorization Form, School Physical Exemption Report, Return to Work Form, Record Release Form, Insurance Payment Order Form, Disclaimer Form, Authorization to Release Medical Information Form, Questionnaire Form, and Progress Report Form.

System Requirements
System Requirements for QChart
- Pentium II 300MHZ processor, or equivalent. 
- Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP. 
- 32 MB Ram. 
- 40 MB of available hard disk space. 
- CD-Rom Drive, mouse, VGA monitor (800 x 600 / 16 bit colors - 1024 x 768 Recommended for Q Chart ). 

Qdex A Quick Index Guide of Acupoints

A Quick Index Guide of Acupoints... 
Qdex is a Quick, yet comprehensive Reference Guide of Acupoints for students as well as practitioners. 
361 acupoints of 14 Channels and 40 extra points are presented in full- color anatomical illustrations. 
Anatomical structures are illustrated with acupoints for easy point location. 
The Pin Yin, English translation, and Chinese characters for each acupoint are given. 
Nerves, arteries, bones, muscles, and tendons of each acupoint are divided into different colors for easy and clear visualization.
All acupoints include important relevant information, such as where to find it, what it does, when to use it, how to needle it, and special attributes. 

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