Tyler M L A child of 1 year 8 months, brought to Casualty on the evening of January 19th, 1938. Acute bronchitis, sudden onset in cold weather; flushed face, startled look; carotids throbbing. Temp. 103.2x; Pulse 158; Respiration. 72. Aconite 30, hourly, given. Much improved in the morning; completely well the following day.
Tyler M L Aconite. Fear is depicted on his countenance.” (Op., etc.) Fear of Death :-“no use, I am going to die.”. Fear of ghosts (Ars., Manc., Phos., Puls., etc.) : of the dark. Fear of death with great loquacity, or great anxiety in the region of the heart. (Compare Rhus.). Extreme fearfulness. Dread … Read more
DR. W. L. REED (U.S.A.). (It is always interesting and instructive to note how our predecessors worked Homoeopathy, and how Homoeopathy worked for them. here is a paper, read before the International Hahnemann Association in 1892.). No. 1. A few years ago, a young man came into my office apparently suffering great pain. Had … Read more
Burnett Compton J Observation VI. This case (which came under observation on January 9th, 1882) is one of considerable interest on various accounts. Its subject, a lady of high rank, over fifty years of age, had been in turns, and for many years,under almost all the leading oculists of London for this neuralgia of … Read more
Tyler M L WE “lay down the law” : but, after all, what do we know ? Cravings, natural or unnatural, may be harmful or-even healing. Surely Nature has a right to be heard ?. Clarke (Dictionary) under SILICA MARINA writes : Burnett told me an interesting experience of his. He was consulted about … Read more
Hahnemann Re small doses Hahnemann wrote : “What would they have risked ” (certain of his contemporaries) “if they had first followed my indications and had employed small doses ? The worst which could have befallen them was, that these doses would be of no avail. It was impossible that they should do any … Read more
Tyler M L (Dogs Milk). DRUG PICTURES : 75. IN early medical days, unwilling to tie oneself down, even by coming on the Hospital Staff, and being only desirous of “keeping ones hand in”, and getting experience by helping in various outpatient clinics (general medical, gynaecological, and the departments for childrens diseases and nerve … Read more
Tyler M L ONE of our doctors, some years ago, used to make great play with Ocimum canum. Coming across the drug, the other day, at its source, in Mures Materia Medica, or Provings of the Principal Animal and vegetable Poisons of the Brazilian Empire, we thought it might be interesting and important to … Read more