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12139266 Practice of Homoeopathy

12139266 Practice of Homoeopathy

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Practice of Homoeopathy
ContentsDedicationPrefaceChapter 1
Of the Disease
 Necessity of ascertaining the Cause of DiseaseThe Patient himself details the SymptomsThe Parents of Attendants explain what they knowThe Practitioner writes down all detailsInterrogation of the PatientClassification of the Symptoms according to their ImportanceFundamental SymptomsSympathetic SymptomsCauses of many diseases remain unknownImportance of Morbid AnatomyConditions which constitute the Nature of a Malady- Acute Affections- Chronic AffectionsComplicated MaladiesGeneralization, when employedHomoeopathy requires a reformed NosologyImportance of former ObserversChapter 2
Of Medicaments
 Numerous symptoms produced by MedicamentsImportance of their StudyMethod of Studying the Materia MedicaClassification of Remedies in the RepertoriumRickert’s Repertorium, and its UseJahr’s Repertorium, and its UseRepertoria are insufficient to give a complete Knowledge of MedicamentsThe Study of Materia Medica the only infallible GuideThe necessity of the Physician referring to the Materia MedicaConditions which constitute the best RemedyChapter 3
 Dispensing of the Remedy
Disgust and danger produced by Drugs allopathically administeredPatients not subjected to such Disgust and Danger under the Use of Homoeopathic MedicinesThese Medicines administered by Tincture- dry in globules- in globules dissolved in Water - by Olfaction- by Friction1
Suitable DosesSuitable DilutionsChapter 4
Of the Repetition of the Medicament 
Difficulty of the proper Application of the RemedyThe Physician to be governed by the Effects of the Medicaments<on the OrganismHahnemann at first prohibited RepetitionsRepetitions often found necessaryHahnemann, Aegidi, Wolf, the first who repeated the MedicamentsThe Cholera gave the most striking Proofs of the Necessity of RepetitionsRepetitions in Acute Diseases- in Intermittent Diseases- in Chronic DiseasesThe Homoeopathic Law furnishes the Basis for RepetitionsRummel’s OpinionWhy Homoeopathists differ sometimes in the Dose and its RepetitionOpponents in vain attempt to avail themselves of those differencesThe Character of the Complaint regulates the DoseChoice amongst the different DilutionsData by which the Practitioner is guided in those pointsAegidi’s ViewsThe Physician’s course in case of AggravationHering’s OpinionRepetition of the same Medicament- every 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, and 16 daysAlternate RepetitionAlternation of a Remedy with its AntidoteCase in which several Doses of Sulphur cannot be administeredDr. Griesselich’s Discovery for Destroying over Doses of Sulphur signs of Aggravation produced by the Medicament,Aggravation of the Disease itself Intermediate Remedies in Treatment of Chronic MaladyCircumstances interrupting the Course of Treatment in Chronic AffectionsConclusions on the different Opinions as to the Repetition of DosesChapter 5
Preliminary ReflectionsCircumstances in which they may be UsedChapter 6
Of Regimen
Object of RegimenVegetable FoodAnimal FoodBeverageCondimentsBaths2
Air and bodily ExercisesHabits of Living.Chapter 7
Cases and Practical Observation
Deviation of the Vertebral ColumnPeriodical Ulcerations in the MouthCases of QuinsyCases of Vomitings in pregnant WomenCases of DiarrhoeaStrangulated HerniaHemorrhoidsCases of Whooping-coughPulmonary CatarrhCases treated by ArnicaContused WoundCases of ContusionHemorrhage - cutaneous eruptionGlandular DiseaseCases of OphthalmiaDelirium TremensMyopiaChapter 8
Sketch of some of the more important Articles of the Materia Medica
Acidum NitricumAcidum PhosphoricumAconitumAmmonium CarbonicumAntimoniumArnica MontanaArsenicumAsafoetediaAurumBarytaBelladonnaBryoniaCalcarea carbonicaCannabisCarbo vegetabilisCausticumChamomillaChina (Cinchona)CinaCoffeaConium MaculatumDulcamaraGraphites3

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