SURGERY NEEDS HOMOEOPATHIC SUPPORT. Disillusion your patients of the fact that they are wasting time by taking medicine. In acute abdomens, such as ruptured peptic ulcers, ectopics and appendices, one often a few hours to get in some good “licks” before the patient goes to surgery. But here one must be very watchful and quick to recognize the need for immediate surgery.
HOMOEOPATHY IN A CASE OF CHRONIC RHEUMATIC FEVER. The acceptable biostatistical data assembled from many thousands of cases show that rheumatic fever usually develops from age four to puberty with the average age of onset being about six years. The genetic background plays an important role. Epidemiological factors defer sharply from the usual characteristics of other communicable diseases.
HOW SHALL WE TREAT AFTER EFFECTS OF TETANUS ANTITOXIN. This case will be under homoeopathic treatment for several more months. We may give, in the future, a dose of Variolinum to counteract the small pox vaccination, which no doubt had much to do with the preparing of the soil for the present condition, but Ledum is bringing this little patient back to her feet, who otherwise would be condemned to be a cripple for her entire life.
CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH NATRUM MURIATICUM. Case histories found in our publications, together with my own experiences, have convinced me that no remedy deserves a thorough clinical study more than Natrum mur. In fact, even our best provings need supplementing by clinical observations, as it is these observations that enable us to eliminate the furtive element of arbitrariness from our prescribing.