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Magnetis poli ambo
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List of Remedies with Miasms
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Acon acute affections Agar Alum Am-c amel Ant-c Ant-t Antidotes Apis Arg-n asthma avoided Bar-c Bell Berb bronchitis Cact Calc Calc-p Camph Canth Carb-v Carc Card-m cardiac catarrh Caust Cham Chel Chin chronic Cimic Cina Cocc Colch cold colic Collaterals Coloc Complementary Remedies congestion constipation cough Crot-h Cupr Diabetes diarrhoea diseases Dulc Duration dysentery especially fails1 Ferr Ferr-p fever Fl-ac Followed Food(s form trio Gels Glon goitre gonorrhoea Graph haemorrhage heart hepatic Hydr Hyos inflammation Inimical intercurrent intoxicating effects Jain Publishers Kali-bi Kali-c Kreos Lach liver Mag-c Melan Merc Miasm Nat-m Nat-s Nit-ac Nosode Nux-v pains patient Ph-ac Phleg Phos Phyt pneumonia Podo Psor Puls Pyrog Related Bowel1s Nosode remedies fail rheumatism Rhus-t Sang seems indicated skin Spig Stann Staph Stram Sul-ac Sulph suppuration symptoms Syph Temperament Thuj ulcers uraemia urine Verat vomiting Zinc
Page 124 - The author has used it for twentyfive years as a prophylactic and has never known a second case of diphtheria to occur in a family after it had been administered. The profession is asked to put it Jo the test and publish the failures to the world.
Page 160 - ... pneumogastric nerve as they do most other motor nerves. Emaciation, excessive waste in the excretions, anaemia, a low, feeble pulse with threatening cardiac failure are thus seen to be essential features of the potash disease. A negative point of great value is the absence of fever. I would have you never forget that only in the most exceptional cases can any potash salt be indicated when there is fever. How often do we hear some physician extol the virtues of kali bichrom. in croup beginning...
Page 134 - Very severe headache with intense pressure and heat on top of head as if it would open (ifFerrum phos.
Page 122 - Digitoxin 1-250 grain. No matter what form of digitalis is given the dose should be reduced as soon as the pulse rate has been lowered to 80 beats a minute and the normal rhythm has been partially or completely restored. Under such conditions a good rule is to cut the dose in half and. still more if there be a sudden failing off of the urinary outout.
Page 35 - Not indicated in malarial and low fevers or hectic and pyaemic conditions, and in inflammations when they localize themselves.
Page 239 - ... specific, or dynamic action, that makes ergot at times so dangerous in the hands of allopaths. Allen, in his Handbook, says : " During labour or uterine haemorrhages it should be used with great discretion ; it is extremely dangerous when there is albuminuria, for it is liable to bring on convulsions ; if used too freely during labour it is extremely apt to cause puerperal metritis.
Page 53 - ... intense, sharp, cutting, from above r. eye to occiput; as of an iron hoop around head (Anac., Sulph.) ; when the best selected remedy only palliates. School-girl's headache; < by study or even slight mental exertion ; when using eyes in close work and glasses fail to > ; with a tubercular history. Acute cerebral or basilar meningitis, with threatened effusion ; nocturnal hallucinations ; wakes from sleep frightened, screams ; when Apis, Hell., or Sulph., though well selected, fail to improve.