Allan D Sutherland
SIT DOWN, DOCTOR, AND WRITE US YOUR ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS.
39. Have you any suggestions that would make The Recorder of more value to you in 1931?-E.B. LYLE.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN AUGUST ISSUE.
What questions do you ask to indirectly elicit the mental symptoms in cases which seem to have name?.
-What have been the greatest sorrows of your life? How do you bear the griefs, reproaches, or mockery of others? Are you truly happy? Are you better or worse after anger, indignation, mortification, consolation? How would a fortnight alone in the mountains suit and agree with you? When do you think of death? What are the criticisms of the members of your family and your close friends concerning you, and do you think that they are justified and true?-P. SCHMIDT.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN NOVEMBER ISSUE.
Is there any remedy that you give instantly in emergency cases of angina which have only the classical symptoms?.
-Begin with Aconite high if no other remedy is seen at the instant.-C.M. BOGER.
What is the most frequently indicated remedy in angina?. -Tabacum.-C.M. BOGER.