Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reference books for MD Homoeopathic Pharmacy

Homeopathy pharmacy Books and  Authors 1. Pharmacognosy- C. K. Kokate /Trease and Evans 2. Practical Pharmacognosy- C. K. Kokate 3. Experimental pharmacology - Kulkarni 4. Pharmaceutical analysis -Ravisankar 5....

Homeopathic Pharmacy – Practical for MD Homeopathy Courses

List of  PG Homeopathy Pharmacy Practicals - Part. 1 PHARMACOGNOSY – EXTRACTION Technique of section cutting Staining and mounting of sections Microscopical study of Eupatorium stem Microscopical study of...

MD Homoeopathy Pharmacy Question Bank

PAPER I  Question Bank for  Postgraduate Courses  in Homoeopathy Pharmacy prepared for RGUHS Karnataka Section I  - Philosophy Long Essay:     (20 marks) Describe the evolution of cardinal principles of...

Comparative study of the Rubric IMPATIENCE

Dr  Sayed Tanvir Hussain Dear friends! As we know that “a proper case taken is half the field won”. So after case taking when we...

The philosophy of repertorisiation

Dr Jeena Aslam A brief study of the repertory of Dr. Kent, Dr. Boenninghausen and Dr. Boger The word ‘repertory’ means a store house, a store...

Malaria in Terms of Homoeopathy

Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma Dr (Km) Ruchi Rajput Article outline Introduction< Origin< Synonyms and related words< Types< Pathophysiology< Signs and Symptoms<  Severe Malarial Disease< Differential Diagnosis< Transmission<...

History & Evolution of Card Repertory

Dr Sanil Kumar Boennighausen’s Repertory of Antipsoric Remedies started the era of repertories. Eventhough th repertories were aimed at minimising the labor for finding...

Homoeopthioc approach in Gall stones

Dr Sanil Kumar Gall stone formation is the most common disorder of the biliary tract and it is unusual for the gall bladder to be...

Word index to Robin Murphy’s Homoeopathic Medical Repertory

Word index to Robin Murphy’s Homoeopathic Medical Repertory, 2nd revised edition. 1998 Abbreviations used: A/F: Ailments from Blank rubric,rubric having no remedy list For example : Abdomen, dropsy  Ascites...

Oncology – A Repertorial approach

Dr Mansoor Ali  A compilation of cancer related rubrics for day to day clinical practice Homeopaths are not guarantying a complete cure in cancer, but we...

Case taking in Homeopathy–A Repertorial Approach

Dr Saji K This is an attempt to explain how each part of a well taken case can be utilized while searching for a similimum...

Complete information on evolution of Card Repertory

Dr Aarti M Patil (Kognole) History & Evolution of Card Repertory : - 1) In 1888 William Jefferson Guernsey’s prepared the first card Repertory based...

GAIT- Addition to Boger’s Repertory

Dr. Krishnendu maity Gait signifies posture of the patient during walking.  It is classified as Due to diseases of bones – Limping Gait of Talipes equinovarous. Due...

Homoeopathic case taking format – Record-keeping

Dr  Mahwish Nosheen It is important that you must read this before giving record: I try my level best to cure you with proper care. As...

Analysis & Evaluation of Symptoms for Repertorization

Dr S S Moharana Lord Bacon once said, “Truth is the daughter of time not of any authority”. So our interest is to find out...

How to establish an effective Doctor Patient Relationship

Dr.Sunila Most physicians before about 1940 were valued almost exclusively for their communication skills. The satisfaction that both doctor & patient feel after an interview...

Comparison of Kent’s Repertory with BBCR & BTPB

Dr.Rachna Sethi Email : minnierachna@gmail.com A brief comparison of Kent’s repertory with Therapeutic Pocket Book & Boger’s Repertory Download the comparison 

Mind Rubrics in Knerr's Repertory

Dr Nahida M Mulla MIND & DISPOSITION: Abandon, wild (Cross Ref. – wildness) Abandoned feels. Abhorrence (C.R – aversion) Absentminded. Absorbed. Abusive, inclined to be. Act, no longer wishes to. Actions, foolish. Accounts, makes...

What might have happened if Dr Kent knew it?

Dr Rakesh Gohel You might be astonished to read this that which thing dr. kent did not know as he was master of all subject....

Latest Repertories in Homeopathy

Dr  Rita Chakraborty Many people think a repertory only grows or improves when you put in more additions.  It is not only additions, it reorganizes,...