THERAPEUTIC NOTES

Fritz Donner Translated by the late S.W.S. from Allgemeine homoeopathische Zeitung, 182:1. FRITZ DONNER, M.D.   Tubal Catarrh In patient who suffer from this affliction whenever they have coryza, Kali bromatum is especially indicated; it will often prevent extension to the pharynx, Eustachian tubes and accessory cavities. Kali muriaticum and-in adenoid children-Baryta muriatica are the … Read more

THERAPEUTIC HINTS ON DIABETES MELLITUS & INSIPIDUS

DR. R.S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D.H., DEHRADUN.   While offering Therapeutic Hints on Diabetes, I am not ignorant of Dr. J.T. Kents remarks that so long as man is capable of believing that Diabetes and Brights Diseases are diseases, so long will man be insane in medicine as his mind is only directed towards the results … Read more

DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC GYMNASTICS

C. P. BRYANT, M.D.   This paper will present an actual case record, taken from one of the foremost university hospitals in the United States, with comparative therapeutics of the allopathic and homoeopathic methods of treatment. PRESENTATION OF CASE. A 33-year-old American factory hand was admitted complaining of abdominal pain and vomiting. The patient had … Read more

Therapeutic Is A Hindrance

Sachi Mohan Chowdhuri   Treatment Of Sick depends on the characteristic symptoms of individuality, not on the name of the disease. But the therapeutics are written according to diseases and their remedies. In my small practice of eight years I have cured many cases with remedies not mentioned in the Therapeutic Books. But the symptoms … Read more

THE THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF PNEUMONIA

  Presented at the semi-annual meeting of the Massachusetts Hom. Med. Soc., November, 1931. ROYAL E. S. HAYES, M.D.   You may be sure that I did not come here to tell you how to manage your cases of pneumonia. I realize that individual experience teaches each practitioner to develop a form of his own in … Read more

DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC TOTALITY

[ Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 1931]. H.A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   In the latter half of the Seventeenth century Syndenham, who revived Hippocrates method of observation and experience, stated, “that disease was a developmental process running a regular course with a natural history of its own. A vigorous effort of nature … Read more

Therapeutic Nihilism

Stuart Close THERAPEUTIC NIHILISM.   Although it has spread to all parts of the civilized world, numbering practitioners by thousands and its patients by millions, the principles of Homoeopathy have never found open and general acceptance in the so – called regular medical profession. Occasional conversions of individuals from the ranks of the dominant school … Read more

MOIST HEAT AS A THERAPEUTIC AGENT

 BY W.A. EDMONDS, M.D., ST. LOUIS, MO.   IN the pathological and symptomatic make-up of sick humanity, fever and inflammation cut such an important figure as to be practically present everywhere in all the forms of disorder that afflict the rage. These so uniformly go hand in hand that we rarely witness one without the … Read more