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

BORDERLINE HEART CASES

[ Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 21, 1951]. K.A. MCLAREN M.D.   We, as physicians, are constantly called upon to decide whether a given patient has real or imagined heart disease. In the majority of cases the decision can be made from an accurate history, from the subjective symptoms, plus what … Read more

CARBO ANIMALIS

[ Read by title before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., June 21. 1951]. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D.   This remedy is indicated so frequently in cases of advanced pathology that its value in functional disorders is often over- looked. All disease begins in the functional plane and, unless checked, progresses toward structural change and … Read more

EDITORIAL

Rabe R F HOMOEOPATHY AND ULTRASONICS.   Ultrasonics are one of the latest and most interesting modern developments of physics. They consist in elastic vibrations transmitted through any gaseous, liquid or solid medium with frequencies above and beyond the audible frequencies, ranging from 20,000 per second to the infra-red band. Various types of apparatus are … Read more

A CASE OF PRENATAL SUPPRESSION

[ Read before the Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., June 19, 1951]. MARION BELLE ROOD, M.D.   As the mania for mass production extends its methods into the field of public health, the creeping paralysis of socialist legislation anticipates the collapse of individual attention and care of the sick by any such individualistic … Read more