"Case well taken is a case half cured". A physician with knowledge of medicine and disease along with being an unprejudiced observer can collect the facts from the patient in order to form a totality and finding the similimum.
Organon of Medicine has laid out all the precise guidelines for physician to become expert in case-taking. In this second session on Chronic Case-taking by Dr. Anoop Nigwekar will begin with the explanation on instructions to the physician given by Samuel Hahnemann king in the 6th edition of Organon of Medicine (Aphorisms 83 - 141).
He will guide on the topics about:
- Instructions to the physician during case-taking
- What should a physician do once patient has narrated his complaints
- How to elicit precise information from patient
- Importance of occupation, diet, mode of living
- Basics of communication skills
- Knowledge's, attitude, behaviour, skills a physician should possess
Theory is useful only if it is applied practical. This session will come alive when Dr. Anoop narrates his clinical cases. With his comprehensive homeopathic experience, he will begin a case-study of a child followed by cases in young man and aged. Each case is explained in brief with formation of totality of symptoms. Dr. Anoop will further explore the symptom presentation in different repertories and the selection of rubric pertaining to the symptom.
This session is a complete guidebook on chronic case-taking with Hahnemannian principles and application in clinical practice.
- Understand the method of case taking in child, adult & aged
- Understand homeopathic concept of Chronic disease
- Concept of unprejudiced – connection with aphorisms of Organon
- Finding rubric from mental symptom
- What is the difference in various repertories for same rubric and why?