TAKING THE CASE AND ITS ANALYSIS

 [ Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June, 6, 1935]. RAY W. SPALDING, M.D.   By case-taking we mean what Hahnemann termed “that individualizing examination of each case of disease as it appears”. Each case of diseases is to be regarded as unique and distinct. Hahnemann adds: this demands from the physician … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF PNEUMONIA

 [ Presented before the Hahnemannian Round Table, Philadelphia.]. EUGENE UNDERHILL JR., M.D.   Pneumonia takes a terrible toll of valuable lives every years. The average death rate in this disease in both appalling and unnecessary. There is really no excuse for a mortality of more than one per cent. Rest in bed is essential in … Read more