Frederik Schroyens Synthesis Repertory can truly be called the 21st Century repertory owing to the painstaking effort of correcting the errors of the classic- Kent's Repertory.
Most of the repertories available today have been adapted from Kent's Repertory. The ever-increasing clinical data, provings and toxicological reports have spanned the homeopathy information. This has made repertorisation a challenge.
Synthesis Repertory is the expanded version of Kent's Repertory with elimination of errors from the later and integrating new data making it the most accurate.
Synthesis Repertory has an added advantage as it has adhered to Kent's hierarchical structure and experience the fascination of repertorisation. The language used in Synthesis Repertory is contemporary English making it easier to hunt for the symptoms compatible with modern terminology which reduces the errors of selecting rubrics.
Dr. John Millar in this session throws light on structure of latest Synthesis Repertory 9.1, Synthesis Treasure Edition. He has thoroughly explained 6 cases solved using this repertory.
- Introduction to Synthesis Repertory
- Structure of Synthesis Repertory
- Addition of new rubrics and remedies
- Case presentations -
- Cardiac failure
- Recurrent cystitis
- Identify key features of Synthesis Repertory
- Integrate learning of the repertory in practical cases
- Extract tips on selection of rubrics in clinical cases