ROUTINE PRESCRIBING AND SYMPTOM COVERING

From “Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Homoeopathie”, March 1941. Translator S. W. S. DR. F. SULZER, BERLIN, GERMANY.   Whoever thinks he has studied Homoeopathy without penetrating into its spirit is soon ready to criticise. At one time the strict diet was supposed to have given the result or kind nature which helped itself, but never could … Read more

THREE REMEDIES FOR AFTER EFFECTS IN A R P WORKS

Patrick W S Anthracinum, Causticum and Opium.   ANTHRACINUM. Very useful in the treatment of punctured wounds after Ledum has done its work, but does not go deep enough. “A small red spot, sometimes with a blackish point in the middle, gradually becoming more sensitive, has to scratch, it reddens more and more, swells and … Read more

U T I IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD

HORST A. AGERTY, M.D., F.A.A.P.   Merion Station, Pa. It has been emphasized by Helmholzt that about one per cent of the diseases of infancy and childhood comprise what is ordinarily termed pyelitis. Consequently, the importance of this group of infections is considerable both to the pediatricians and to the general practitioners. For this reason … Read more

AMMONIUM CARB IN PULMONARY OEDEMA

R. F. RABE, M.D.   This remedy is often neglected in the treatment of serious pulmonary and cardiac diseases. In a case of chronic valvular disease, with reduplication and a mitral regurgitant murmur, gradually failing compensation resulted in a marked oedema at the base of the lungs. Auscultation revealed moist bubbling rales in abundance. The … Read more