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Date posted: December 15, 2012

Dr Sridevi

Aims and objectives

  1. To study the effectiveness of acute as well as constitutional remedies in the treatment of urticaria.
  2. To illustrate the importance of wholistic approach

Urtiicaria is life threatening when it is a part of anaphylaxis. When angioedema involves the upper respiratory tract or when it is part of the systemic immune complex disease and is associated with more dire pathology such as meningo coccal septicaemia or lupus erythematosus. The later type of urticaria is recognized by its more persistent lesion lasting at least 1-2 days and often tender and often ultimately purpuric. It should be remembered that all acute urticaria may be very wide spread and be accompanied by joint pains, stomach aches and fever. However if the individual lesion lasts for only a few hours, it is less likely to be due to a noxious circulating trigger such as immune complex or infective organisms.

Conclusion
This study has dealt with 5 patients with acute exacerbation of chronic urticaria and chronic urticaria. Through this study we are able to learn the role of homoeopathic management in cases of urticaria.

Urticaria is designed as hypersensitivity reaction due to various causes. Due to some exciting cause in chronic conditions. eruptions may flare up, in this phase our line of treatment is to treat that phase with acute short acting remedy followed by constitutional remedy or an antimiasmatic remedy.

Our dynamic system has a great role to play for the treatment of urticaria. This would only be possible when a physician follows the principles were laid down by our master Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

Download the full paper : https://www.onlinefilefolder.com/4sB6T0byuxpPf7

Comments

One Response so far.

  1. dr puneet says:

    DEAR DR SRIDEVI I SEEN full paper BUT AT PAGE 32 ABOUT HOMOEOPATHY TREATMENT NEED SHORT LISTED THE REMEDY BY AGAIN REVIEW

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