Remedy Reactions Essay

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Remedy Reactions Kents observations 1st observation : a prolonged aggravation and final decline of the patient. The medicine may have or may not have been a correct one, but probably the potency was very high and the medicine was deep acting antisporic. Therefore, instead of helping, it has established destruction, since there have been enough irreversible tissue changes. If the patient has an incurable case , you have to observe them carefully and prescribe the correct remedy and potency because if the potency is too strong , it can accelerate the destruction of his whole organism???? It is always best to give nothing higher that a 30c or 200c and be prepared to antidote the medicine if it takes the wrong course. 2nd observation: prolonged aggravation, but final and slow improvement. Had the case come a bit later, it would also have fared the same fate as in the first observation. The medicine was right, the potency was very high. There have been enough tissue changes. The dose was for a long period. 3rd observation: aggravation is quick, short and strong, with rapid improvement of the patient. The reaction of the economy is vigorous, and there is no tendency to any structural change in the vital organs. An aggravation that is quick, short and strong is to be desired because we know that improvement will be rapid. 4th observation: no aggravation, with recovery of the patient. It was the most similar remedy. The potency exactly fitted the case. There was no tissue change. This is the highest order of cure in acute situations. 5th observation: the amelioration comes first and the aggravation comes afterwards. Either the remedy was too superficial and could only act as a palliative or the patient was incurable and it was somewhat suitable. The case should be reexamined to find out whether the symptoms relate to the remedy and that it was the wrong

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