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. Textbook of Pharmaceutical Formulations - B. M. Mithal...
List of PG Homeopathy Pharmacy Practicals - Part. 1
PHARMACOGNOSY – EXTRACTION
- Technique of section cutt...
Question Bank for Postgraduate Courses in Homoeopathy Pharmacy prepared for RGUHS Karnataka
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 trans...
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 or collection ...
Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma
Dr (Km) Ruchi Rajput
Introduction< Origin< Synonyms and related words< Types< Pathophysiology< Signs and Symptoms< Severe Malarial Dis...
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 the similimum, however in a case with lot ...
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 diseased in the absence of gall stones.
Dr Sanil Kumar
Authors: Dr. med. Horst Barthel & Dr. med. Will Klunker
Horst Barthel constructed Volume I & II. Volume III is by Will Klunker ...
Word index to Robin Murphy’s Homoeopathic Medical Repertory, 2nd revised edition. 1998
A/F: Ailments from
Blank rubric,rubric having no remedy list
For example :
Abdomen, dropsy Ascites = 1…………21
Means that there is no remedy list ag...
Dr Mansoor Ali
A compilation of cancer related rubrics for day to day clinical practice
Open Rep (P & W Synopsis) - A free, fully functional homeopathic software designed to support homeopathy.
7 repertories plus
Patient Management System
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 in the repertory. Majority of the students and practitioners are taking the case in detail but not utilizing many of the points...
Dr Aarti M Patil (Kognole)
History & Evolution of Card Repertory : -
1) In 1888 William Jefferson Guernsey’s prepared the first card Repertory based on Boenninghausen’s w...
Dr Sanil Kumar K
Complete repertory is one of the widely used repertories since the last decade. This project work is done by the Institute of Research in Homoeopathic Information and Symptamatology.
Homeopathic Repertory in trilingual version (English / Spanish / Portuguese), complete and up to date with thousands of new rubrics, cross-references and inclusions of remedies
- Organic structuration of rubrics to make e...
Dr. Krishnendu maity
Gait signifies posture of the patient during walking.
It is classified as
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 it is just to inform you that in Homoeopathy ...
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 truth through appropriate logic of prese...
Most physicians before about 1940 were valued almost exclusively for their communication skills. The satisfaction that both doctor & patient feel after an interview is often a reflection of the interp...
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
A brief comparison of Kent’s repertory with Therapeutic Pocket Book & Boger’s Repertory
Dr Nahida M Mulla
MIND & DISPOSITION:
Abandon, wild (Cross Ref. – wildness)
Abhorrence (C.R – aversion)
Abusive, inclined to be.
Act, no longer wishes to.
Accounts, makes mistakes.
Addressed, hates t...
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. He is one whose star in the sky of Homoeopathy can never wane. This is absolutely right b...
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, sometimes even restructures the repertory so that long existing...
National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was launched on 12th April 2005 to provide accessible affordable and quality healthcare services to the rural population especially the vulnerable sections. Various disease Control Programmes have also been integrated under the ...