Study of Different Types of Pain Sensation in Kent Repertory and Proving their Efficacy in Day to Day PracticeJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2020-11-05
Authors : Dr Ravinder Pal Singh;
Page : 1129-1130
Keywords : Pain; Pain pathway; Sensation; Rubrics;
For The Homoeopathic Practitioner, repertory is important tool, where rubrics helps us to reach closer to the similimum and the similar utility was found in the study of different types of pain sensation in Kent Repertory and proving their efficacy in day to day practice, the pain rubrics i. e. stitching, pressing, burning. Extending, cramping, drawing in, pulsating, cutting, tearing, pinching. In homoeopathy we treat the patient as a whole taking into consideration the role of the body, Mind and spirit. An exploratory study with Simple random sampling technique was carried out at Sri Guru Nanak Homeopathic College, Ludhiana. The assessment done on the basis of severity of the clinical presentation and follow up done every 7 days in chronic cases and 3 to 4 days in acute cases. Objective: This study is aimed to study the different types of pain sensation in Kents repertory, To analyse the result of homeopathic medicine when prescribed on the basis of symptoms. Result: In the study different types of pain sensation in Kent Repertory and proving their efficacy in day to day practice, was proved effective. Conclusion: In the conducted study, on 50 patients different pain sensation mentioned in Kent’s repertory with some interesting rubrics, numerous homoeopathic medicines covering pain sensations, in 14 different chapters, the efficacy of Dr J T Kent Repertory in the study different types of pain sensation in Kent Repertory and proving their efficacy in day to day practice, was proved effective. The result of improvement reveals 96 % of the cases.
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