EDITORIAL. In surgical cases there is much that are carefully selected homoeopathic remedy can do at the proper time and without in the slightest degree trespassing upon the prerogatives of the surgeon. Unfortunately, such a helpful remedy is seldom called upon.
EPIDEMIC DIARRHEA OF THE NEWBORN WITH HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS AND CLINICAL CASES. Epidemic diarrhea of the newborn is a clinical syndrome generally limited to the first month of life. It is characterized by marked contagiousness, high morbidity and mortality rates. In a clinical pattern manifestations include frequent water stools, rapid weight loss, prostration, dehydration, and acidosis. At the autopsies there are no characteristic pathologic findings.
INTRODUCTION TO THE HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPY OF HEADACHE. Headaches during pregnancy, after confinement and during the climacteric demand other remedies, especially Cimicifuga, Lachesis, Sepia, Glonoinum, Sanguinaria, etc. Migraine forms in younger year react well to Iris. Other important remedies indicated here are Nux vomica, Cimicifuga, Sanguinaria, Lachesis, Gelsemium or Onosmodium and Selenium, especially after sexual excesses.
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CONTRIBUTING FACTORS IN INFANTILE ECZEMAS. The story was as follows: At two months pregnancy, the mother was thought to have a tubal pregnancy. Her abdomen was opened, tubal infection with uterine pregnancy being found. The wound was closed and she went to term. This was the baby. My own deduction was that a sulpha powder was liberally scattered into the pelvis and abdomen before closing.