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Two acupuncture needles, China, 2004-2005
One of two acupuncture needles in sterile packaging
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Work Type
Asian Medicine
Date
2004-2005
Location
China
Description
Two acupuncture needles in sterile packaging, manufactured by the Suzhou Medical Appliance Factory, Suzhou, China, 2004-2005
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture needles are inserted into certain points on the skin to unblock the flow of qi (chi), energy in the body that is considered essential to wellbeing. The needles are sold in sterile packaging to prevent the transmission of infections. These needles were made by Suzhou Medical Appliance Factory in China.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture needles are inserted into certain points on the skin to unblock the flow of qi (chi), energy in the body that is considered essential to wellbeing. The needles are sold in sterile packaging to prevent the transmission of infections. These needles were made by Suzhou Medical Appliance Factory in China.
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co8065555
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