Prof. LI, Tie
(Jilin, China)


College of Acupuncture and Massage,
Changchun University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Tie LI

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School of acupuncture and tuina, Changchun University of Traditional Chinese Medicine


Tele-Healthcare,Post COVID-19 Syndrome,Insomnia,TCM


The novel coronavirus disease pandemic has been spreading around the world for more than two years since its outbreak. Recent studies demonstrate that approximately 4–69% of patients (including children, adolescents, adults, and seniors) suffer from post-acute sequelae of COVID-19[1]. More than 200 kinds of symptoms related to the sequelae of covid-19 have been reported. The impact of long COVID on several systems, including the central nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, immune systems, and so on. Insomnia, as one of the common symptoms, seriously affects people's quality of life. Today, the COVID-19 epidemic is still continuing, and the number of patients is increasing while medical resources are tight, which brings great difficulties to offline diagnosis and treatment. So it is necessary to develop tele-healthcare. Make full use of 5G+ networks, integrate medical big data and platform informatization construction, build a 5G intelligent remote diagnosis and treatment system platform, and there is a long way to go to explore and construct relevant telemedicine solutions. Taking insomnia as an example, this report introduces the 23 years of scientific research by Wang Fuchun's team in many Chinese medicine colleges and universities and their affiliated hospitals in China——Zhenjing Anshen Methods. A series of treatment systems have been formed, such as Zhenjing Anshen Acupuncture, Zhenjing Anshen Acupoint Application, and Zhenjing Anshen Granules. Based on the 5G intelligent remote diagnosis and treatment system platform of Jilin Province, we actively explore and carry out telemedicine services, aiming to provide convenient, systematic, and high-quality medical services for patients and medical staff.


Wang Z, Yang L. Post-acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection: A Neglected Public Health Issue. Front Public Health. (2022)10:908757. DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.908757

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Professor, doctoral tutor, vic-dean of the school of acupuncture and tuina, Changchun University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Also the vice chairman of the Youth Committee of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, the secretary general of the industry-university-research Innovation Consortium of Acupoint Application of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, and a standing member of the evidence-based Acupuncture Professional Committee of the Chinese Acupuncture Society.

Have been engaged in clinical, teaching and scientific research of acupuncture for a long time, good at combining acupuncture and medicine to treat various common and difficult diseases. Presided over and participated in over 10 projects including the National Natural Science Foundation Of China. More than 60 papers in SCI and Chinese core have been published and five of them have been awarded the advancement prize for science and technology at provincial level.Edited 6 academic works including "Classical Needling Method Research and Modern applications"