TWO WAYS OF DOING IT

 Presented by title before the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 23, 1934. C.G.WILSON,M.D.   ONE WAY. Mrs.M.,60 years of age, nullipara, married thirty years, was reported at deaths door after seven months in bed, having fallen off in weight from 168 to 90 pounds. Modern, scientific, regular treatment with no stopping of downward course. … Read more

SOME ITEMS AND IDEAS GATHERED ALONG THE LIFE-DETOUR OF A HOMOEOPATHIC DOCTOR

   Read by little before the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 23, 1934. JAMES W.OVERPECK,M.D.   When requested by the Chairman to write a paper for this Bureau, I understood that the main point that I was to discuss was WHEN-NOT how are why-WILL THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY CURE DISEASE? This gave me the impression that … Read more

EDITORIAL

Allan D Sutherland PATIENTS AND PATIENCE   “The doctor certainly has lots of patients, hasnt he?”. “Yes, if you are careful how you spell the word.”. The Standard Dictionary gives several definitions of patients and one is “the exercise of sustained endurance and perseverance”, another is “forbearance toward the faults and infirmities of others”. “Tranquil … Read more

POSTOPERATIVE THERAPEUTICS

  [Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 23, 1934.]. K.A.MCLAREN, M.D.   Following nearly every operation in which a general anesthetic has been used, the patient suffers from some degree of nausea, vomiting, and stasis. This condition can usually be met by the surgeon, and in about there or four days the patient is … Read more

PROVING OF MIMULUS LUTEUS

  Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 22,1934. ROYAL E.S.HAYES, M.D.   An incident in my practice reminded me of an article written twenty-old years ago for the Medical Advance by Dr.John Hutchinson of New York, one of the keenest and most consistent Hahnemannians that it has ever been my privilege to … Read more

THE RECOVERY PROCESS

  Presented by title before the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June. W.H.HAY, M.D.   A very wise old teacher of medicine once said: “Ninety per cent of all disease would recover spontaneously if nothing is done by the physician or attendants to prevent.” If this dictum were limited to acute disease it might read ninety-nine … Read more