Sun Simiao (simplified Chinese: 孙思邈; traditional Chinese: 孫思邈; pinyin: Sūn Sīmiǎo; Wade–Giles: Sun Ssu-miao; died 682) was a famous traditional Chinese medicine doctor of the Sui and Tang dynasty. He was titled as China's King of Medicine (药王, Yaowang) for his significant contributions to Chinese medicine and tremendous care to his patients. The work Essential Subtleties on the Silver Sea (银海精微, yínhǎi jīngwēi) was probably written by Sun Simiao. It was published at the end of the Yuan Dynasty (1271−1368) and has had wide influence on the Chinese ophthalmology until today.

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  • Sun Simiao (chinesisch 孫思邈, Pinyin Sūn Sīmiǎo auch: Sun Si-Miao, Sun Si Miao und Sun Ssu-Miao; * 581; † 682) wurde in der Grafschaft Yao (heute Stadtgebiet von Tongchuan), der chinesischen Provinz Shanxi geboren. Er war schon zu Lebzeiten ein berühmter Arzt und Religionswissenschaftler (Epoche der Tang-Dynastie), dessen Werke bis heute überliefert sind. Es ist beschrieben, dass er sich bereits im Alter von sieben Jahren täglich Texte mit tausenden von Wörter merken konnte; später studierte er den Buddhismus, Konfuzianismus und teilweise auch den Daoismus. Seine Studien von Medizin und Religion soll er, so die Überlieferung, trotz mehrfacher Angebote einer hohen Stellung am Kaiserhof nicht unterbrochen haben. Seine Kompetenz und seine ärztliche Tätigkeit beim einfachen Volk brachten ihm den Beinamen „König der Medizin“ (药王, Yàowáng) ein. Seine Offenheit im Umgang mit anderen Kulturen unterschied ihn von den chinesischen Ärzten jener Zeit; so sind Studienaufenthalte in Korea, Japan und Indien überliefert. Seine 13 Punkte zur Behandlung von psychischen Erkrankungen finden auch heutzutage noch Verwendung. (de)
  • Sūn Sīmiǎo 孙思邈 (581 - 682) est un médecin et alchimiste taoïste chinois du début de l'époque des Tang, né près de la capitale Chang'an, dans la province du Shanxi. Il est l'auteur du Qianjin yaofang, 《千金要方》, l'écrit médical peut-être le plus cité du premier millénaire, toujours très célèbre en Chine et dans toute l'Asie Orientale, du Japon et de la Corée au Viêt Nam. L'ouvrage est encore de nos jours au programme de formation des médecins de médecine traditionnelle. Actuellement, Sun Simiao est aussi crédité de la découverte fortuite de la poudre à canon. (fr)
  • Gli fu attribuito il titolo di Re della Medicina cinese (药王, Yaowang) per i suoi significativi contributi alla stessa e l'estrema cura dei pazienti. Sun Simiao è famoso per due testi, il Bèi Jí Qiān Jīn Yào Fāng ((备急千金要方)S, letteralmente "Prescrizioni da Mille Pezzi d'Oro per le Emergenze") contenente 5300 ricette mediche in trenta volumi) ed il Qiān Jīn Yào Fāng ((千金要方)S, letteralmente "Supplemento alle Prescrizioni da Mille Pezzi d'Oro per le Emergenze") che contiene a sua volta altre 2571 ricette, entrambe pietre miliari nella storia della medicina cinese. Gli viene anche riconosciuta la stesura del testo noto come "Sull'assoluta sincerità del grande medico", frequentemente definito come il Giuramento di Ippocrate cinese: (it)
  • 孫 思邈(そん しばく、541年? - 682年?)は、中国唐代の医者、道士。生年は541年、581年とも。中国ないし世界史上有名な医学者、薬物学者、薬王とも称され、多くの中国人は医神として奉っている。 (ja)
  • Sun Simiao (581–682) was een beroemd traditioneel Chinees geneeskundige die leefde tijdens de Sui-dynastie en Tang-dynastie. Hij wordt betiteld als China's Koning der medicijnen (药王, Yaowang) door zijn vele bijdragen aan de traditionele Chinese geneeskunde en belangvolle zorg voor zijn patiënten. Sun schreef twee boeken. De Beiji Qian Jin Yao Fang en Qian Jin Yi Fang. Deze boeken waren mijlpalen in de geschiedenis van de Chinese geneeskunst. (nl)
  • Sun Simiao (simplified Chinese: 孙思邈; traditional Chinese: 孫思邈; pinyin: Sūn Sīmiǎo; Wade–Giles: Sun Ssu-miao; died 682) was a famous traditional Chinese medicine doctor of the Sui and Tang dynasty. He was titled as China's King of Medicine (药王, Yaowang) for his significant contributions to Chinese medicine and tremendous care to his patients. Sun wrote two books - Beiji Qian Jin Yao Fang ("Essential Formulas for Emergencies [Worth] a Thousand Pieces of Gold") and Qian Jin Yi Fang ("Supplement to the Formulas of a Thousand Gold Worth") - that were both milestones in the history of Chinese medicine, summarizing pre-Tang dynasty medicine. The former listed about 5300 recipes for medicines, and the latter 2000. He also put forth the “Thirteen measures to keep health”, which claimed that actions like touching hair, rolling eyes, walking, and shaking heads improved health. Apart from this, he is known for the text "On the Absolute Sincerity of Great Physicians," often called "the Chinese Hippocratic Oath," which comes from the first chapter of the first of the above-mentioned two books. This portion of the book is still a required reading for Chinese physicians. The following is an excerpt of the text: A Great Physician should not pay attention to status, wealth orage; neither should he question whether the particular personis attractive or unattractive, whether he is an enemy or friend,whether he is a Chinese or a foreigner, or finally, whether he isuneducated or educated. He should meet everyone on equalgrounds. He should always act as if he were thinking of hisclose relatives. The work Essential Subtleties on the Silver Sea (银海精微, yínhǎi jīngwēi) was probably written by Sun Simiao. It was published at the end of the Yuan Dynasty (1271−1368) and has had wide influence on the Chinese ophthalmology until today. In addition to his medical work, Sun also engaged in alchemy and may have been an initiated Daoist adept. (en)
  • 孙思邈(541年或581年-682年),唐朝京兆华原(现陕西耀县)人,是著名的醫師與道士。他是中国乃至世界史上著名的医学家和药物学家,被誉為药王,許多華人奉之為醫神。 (zh)
  • Сунь Сы-мяо (кит. трад. 孫思邈, упр. 孙思邈, пиньинь: Sūn Sīmiǎo, 581—682) — китайский врач времен династии Тан, внесший большой вклад во многие области традиционной китайской медицины, в частности в её фармакологию и учение о медицинской значимости продуктов питания. Уделял также внимание теории иглоукалывания. Его помнят не только за его превосходные медицинские навыки, но и за его праведность, честность и благородство. В народе он уважительно прозван Королём Фармацевтики (药王, Яо-ван; титул также переводят как «Король Медицины»). В поздней китайской народной мифологии обожествлён, став покровителем лекарей, изготовителей снадобий и торговцев лекарственными средствами. (ru)
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  • Sūn Sīmiǎo 孙思邈 (581 - 682) est un médecin et alchimiste taoïste chinois du début de l'époque des Tang, né près de la capitale Chang'an, dans la province du Shanxi. Il est l'auteur du Qianjin yaofang, 《千金要方》, l'écrit médical peut-être le plus cité du premier millénaire, toujours très célèbre en Chine et dans toute l'Asie Orientale, du Japon et de la Corée au Viêt Nam. L'ouvrage est encore de nos jours au programme de formation des médecins de médecine traditionnelle. Actuellement, Sun Simiao est aussi crédité de la découverte fortuite de la poudre à canon. (fr)
  • 孫 思邈(そん しばく、541年? - 682年?)は、中国唐代の医者、道士。生年は541年、581年とも。中国ないし世界史上有名な医学者、薬物学者、薬王とも称され、多くの中国人は医神として奉っている。 (ja)
  • Sun Simiao (581–682) was een beroemd traditioneel Chinees geneeskundige die leefde tijdens de Sui-dynastie en Tang-dynastie. Hij wordt betiteld als China's Koning der medicijnen (药王, Yaowang) door zijn vele bijdragen aan de traditionele Chinese geneeskunde en belangvolle zorg voor zijn patiënten. Sun schreef twee boeken. De Beiji Qian Jin Yao Fang en Qian Jin Yi Fang. Deze boeken waren mijlpalen in de geschiedenis van de Chinese geneeskunst. (nl)
  • 孙思邈(541年或581年-682年),唐朝京兆华原(现陕西耀县)人,是著名的醫師與道士。他是中国乃至世界史上著名的医学家和药物学家,被誉為药王,許多華人奉之為醫神。 (zh)
  • Sun Simiao (chinesisch 孫思邈, Pinyin Sūn Sīmiǎo auch: Sun Si-Miao, Sun Si Miao und Sun Ssu-Miao; * 581; † 682) wurde in der Grafschaft Yao (heute Stadtgebiet von Tongchuan), der chinesischen Provinz Shanxi geboren. Er war schon zu Lebzeiten ein berühmter Arzt und Religionswissenschaftler (Epoche der Tang-Dynastie), dessen Werke bis heute überliefert sind. (de)
  • Sun Simiao (simplified Chinese: 孙思邈; traditional Chinese: 孫思邈; pinyin: Sūn Sīmiǎo; Wade–Giles: Sun Ssu-miao; died 682) was a famous traditional Chinese medicine doctor of the Sui and Tang dynasty. He was titled as China's King of Medicine (药王, Yaowang) for his significant contributions to Chinese medicine and tremendous care to his patients. The work Essential Subtleties on the Silver Sea (银海精微, yínhǎi jīngwēi) was probably written by Sun Simiao. It was published at the end of the Yuan Dynasty (1271−1368) and has had wide influence on the Chinese ophthalmology until today. (en)
  • Gli fu attribuito il titolo di Re della Medicina cinese (药王, Yaowang) per i suoi significativi contributi alla stessa e l'estrema cura dei pazienti. Sun Simiao è famoso per due testi, il Bèi Jí Qiān Jīn Yào Fāng ((备急千金要方)S, letteralmente "Prescrizioni da Mille Pezzi d'Oro per le Emergenze") contenente 5300 ricette mediche in trenta volumi) ed il Qiān Jīn Yào Fāng ((千金要方)S, letteralmente "Supplemento alle Prescrizioni da Mille Pezzi d'Oro per le Emergenze") che contiene a sua volta altre 2571 ricette, entrambe pietre miliari nella storia della medicina cinese. (it)
  • Сунь Сы-мяо (кит. трад. 孫思邈, упр. 孙思邈, пиньинь: Sūn Sīmiǎo, 581—682) — китайский врач времен династии Тан, внесший большой вклад во многие области традиционной китайской медицины, в частности в её фармакологию и учение о медицинской значимости продуктов питания. Уделял также внимание теории иглоукалывания. (ru)
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