MY TEN MOST IMPORTANT REMEDIES IN FIFTY YEARS PRACTICE

[Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A. July 2, 1953. T.K. MOORE, M.D.   This title assigned to me by Dr. Clark includes at least thirty years of non – homoeopathic practice in eye, ear, nose and throat. During this period we have seen many cases of inflammatory iris promptly wiped out by sodium … Read more

MY TEN MOST IMPORTANT REMEDIES IN FIFTY YEARS PRACTICE

Read before the Bureau. of Materia Medica, I.H.A. July 2, 1953. T.K. MOORE, M.D.   This title assigned to me by Dr. Clark includes at least thirty years non-homoeopathic practice in eye, ear, nose and throat. During this period we have seen many cases of inflammatory iris promptly wiped out by sodium salicylate from oil … Read more

THE SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE OF MODERN, ORTHODOX THERAPEUTICS

RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D.   A patient of 59 was taken sick while at his summer country home, some thirty odd miles from Madison. A chill, followed by a rise in temperature, caused his immediate removal to a modern, well- equipped hospital, several miles from home. A local physician was called, not a homoeopath, as … Read more

THE SUPERIORITY OF HOMOEOPATHY IN VETERINARY PRACTICE

Read before I.H.A. ,Bureau of Clinical Medicine, JULY 27, 1939. H. B. F. JERVIS. Homoeopathic Veterinarian.   It is a great pleasure I assure you to stand before this Assembly and relate a little of my application of homoeopathy to the lower animals. The title to this might have been more aptly, Reminiscences of A … Read more

Editorial – Practice Of Homoeopathic System

Das N C   Homoeopathy is a most complete and scientific system of healing art and it is conspicuous for its cheapness of price, sweetness of taste and quickness of action. It is a dear friend of children who have a natural aversion to bitter mixtures of the allopathic drugs. For 150 years Homoeopathy has … Read more

SOME EMERGENCIES OF GENERAL PRACTICE

*Paper delivered at the Faculty of Homoeopathy, December 6th, 1945. (The British Homoeopathic Journal, Vol. XXXVI, No.1). BY DOUGLAS MORRIS BORLAND, M.B., CH.B.   It would seem that for most of us life comes in phases. For our generation there was the period before the First World War, then the phase of the war, followed … Read more

SOME EMERGENCIES OF GENERAL PRACTICE

Douglas Morris Borland PAIN KILLERS   The next problem I want to touch on is the patient suffering from acute pain. Pain killers are a little difficult to systematize, and I thought probably the most helpful way would be to consider the cases of acute pain which one meets with in general practice, and these … Read more

EMERGENCIES OF GENERAL PRACTICE

Douglas Morris Borland   Dr. A MONCRIEFF added her thanks to Dr. Borland whom she considered our most brilliant prescriber in acute conditions, and what success she had in acute prescribing she felt was due to his teaching. In her childrens clinic she had a great number of cases of otitis media and most of … Read more