MIRACULOUS ACTION OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Read before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., June 27, 1952. HARVEY FARRINGTON, M.D.   It is well known that the homoeopathic remedy acts more promptly and, as a rule, more completely in infants and growing children, than it does in adults. The reasons for this are obvious. The childs nervous system is more sensitive and … Read more

INFANTS EMERGENCY CASES

B.K. GOSWAMI.   CHOLERA INFANTUM. Cholera Infantum is not a real cholera but is a dangerous type of summer complaint of children. It is characterized by frequent purging and vomiting in association with a rise of temperature. The stools are watery and copious. Dehydration and consequent weakness are always obvious accompanying factors. Hand-fed and bottle-fed … Read more

INFANTS EMERGENCY CASES

B.K. GOSWAMI. [Continued from page 308].   Biochemic Treatment: In accordance with Dr. Schusslers Biochemistry the principal remedies are Calc-phos, Ferr-phos, Natrum-phos, Kali-phos, and Mag-phos, and are recommended in the third or sixth decimal triturations. Earlier we have described the leading features of Calcarea phos and Ferrum Phos. Natrum- phos is suitable in vomiting of … Read more

INFANTS EMERGENCY CASES

Goswami B K INFANTILE CONVULSION.   Convulsion of little children, termed as infantile convulsion, is one of the common complaints of children for which a physician is called for with all hurriedness. Involuntary paroxysmal movements of certain muscles (local) or a group of muscles (general) is called convulsion. This ailment is due to some disorder … Read more

INFANTS EMERGENCY CASES

B. K. GOSWAMI.   As a principle the practitioner of homoeopathy has to collect all the symptoms of the patient before he prescribers medicine. To obtain these symptoms he has to examine the patient thoroughly and carefully, to give a patient hearing to the narration of the case, to trace out the anamnesis, to take … Read more

INFANTS EMERGENCY CASES

Goswami B K EARACHE.   Ear-pain or otalgia is an inflammation of the ear-canal or of the middle ear. This inflammation is termed as “Otitis”. Some foreign bodies entering into the ear may also create acute pain there. A purulent discharge from the ear is the common consequence of otitis. In some cases the septic … Read more

INFANTS BOWELS

B.K. GOSWAMI.   In the treatment of children the physician has to depend solely on the objective symptoms as these miniature forms of human beings cannot communicated their subjective symptoms to him. Some of these objective symptoms the physician collects from the parents while the others he finds out from his specialized observation. The more … Read more