Dr. Amit Pandey

Dr. Amit Pandey
Homeopathy Doctor, Noida

BHMS

Dr. Amit Pandey is a consultant Homeopath Specialist associated with Shanthi Homeopathic Clinic, Noida.

Specialities

  • Homeopathy

Education

Practice Information

Shanthi Homeopathic Clinic, Noida

Shanthi Homeopathic Clinic, Noida

S-615, Delta -1, Greater Noida, Noida, Uttar Pradesh - 201310

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 The saving of life is the supreme consideration of every physician, be he a homeopath or anyone else. The homeopath is physician first and then homeopath. The welfare of the patient is the first and only consideration. The homeopath, generally speaking, is almost exclusively absorbed in the selection of the proper remedy, which is both interesting and intriguing, and quite often even time-consuming. His general experience is that once the remedy has been properly selected and administered, the reaction is so satisfactory that the patient is often relieved and cured. While homeopathic medicines can do everything that a medicine is capable of doing, yet we must ensure that no obstruction is placed in its way of action. Besides removing such obstruction and hindrances, we have to give every type of facility for the medicine to act favorably.

Many homeopathic practitioners who make brilliant prescriptions completely neglect to make use of auxiliary measures either because they are ignorant of their value or they are no conversant of the application of such measures or because of indifference or because their faith on the supreme powers of homeopathic medicine is very good.

The homeopathic physician has all the responsibilities of physician-ship and he must consider all the auxiliary measures that can be employed usefully in each case. In fact, these measures must be also taught in all the homeopathic colleges as part of the curriculum. Textbooks on the practice of medicine described the various auxiliary measures that can be used in various disease conditions. Generally speaking, these can be taken as guiding points. But it is not necessary that we should accept, adopt and apply all these methods. We have to examine them carefully and employ only such of those which will enhance the action of the homeopathic remedy. Whenever any accessory treatment can be adopted which does not go against the interest of the homeopathic treatment.

There are a list of some such possible auxiliary measures:-

  1. Administration of Oxygen in respiratory distress especially if associated with cyanosis due to pulmonary causes.
  2. Administration of Glucose in treatment of hypoglycemia. Many homeopath may not be aware of the diagnosis or pathology and may go on giving the medicines which seem indicated whereas all that is necessary would be to give the patient some glucose to raise the blood sugar level for immediate relief.
  3. Administration of Intravenous fluids in dehydration and maintain the electrolyte balance. In almost every case with marked loss of fluids they hasten to replace the fluid. Since replacement of fluid increases the chances of survival of the patient, it must be resorted to.
  4. Transfusion of blood (or Plasma) can be an extraordinarily valuable a life-saving auxiliary measure. In cases of a medical nature like leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease, hemorrhagic conditions, severe anemia, etc. blood transfusion can avert disaster.
  5. Physiotherapy helps to keep the muscles alive and quite considerably adds to the effect of the homeopathic remedy. Yogic exercises (eg. Shavasan in high B.P.)
  6. In fractures and tuberculosis of the joints, immobilization of the part with plaster may do as much good as the homeopathic remedy itself. In fact the homeopathic remedy alone, unaided by the joining and immobilization of the fractured ends, may be unable to cure.
  7. Application of cold (eg. Ice) in hyper pyrexia or heat stroke, and of heat (such as infrared) in painful or inflammatory conditions.
  8. In retention of urine, if the homeopathic remedies fail, we must certainly catheterize and relieve the distended and possibly painful bladder.
  9. In case of prolapse of uterus, the use of pessary may help the patient considerably till she is cured by medicine or relieved by surgery.
  10. In hernias even if the physician fails while treating the cases with medicine, a hernia belt may be of use. So also in certain lesion of the lumber spine such as prolapse of the disc, a lumbo-sacral belt may be very useful.
  11. In poisonous snakebites, application of a tourniquet may spell the difference between life and death. In modern times, freezing of the limbs to prevent the circulation and dissemination of the toxin in practiced.
  12. Feeding by nasal catheter where oral feeding is not possible as in comatose conditions may be useful.
  13. Cases of pain in the heels due to calcaneal spur may improve with a padded heel as much as they improve with our remedies.
  14. Paracentesis – In case of ascites and pleurisy with effusion, where the accumulation of fluid becomes a source of embarrassment to the respiration removal of the fluid may help.
  15. In constipation, while the indicated remedy may suffice, a small enema may considerably relieve the patients physically as well as psychologically.
  16. Diathermy - The therapeutic use of a high frequency current to generate heat with in some part of the body. The frequency is greater than the maximum frequency for neuromuscular response and ranges from several hundred thousand to millions of cycles per second. It is used to increase blood flow to specific areas. It should not be used in the acute stage of recovery from trauma.
  17. Cervical Collar for spondylosis.
  18. Filling or extracting tooth.
  19. Elastic bandaging for varicose veins and varicose ulcers.
  20. Special shoes for flat feet and in poliomyelitis.