Creating Waves of Awareness
I read your explanation of why you gave Mag C in LM3 once per week. I wonder, are you giving it in dry dose? Because if your concern is that it act gently, given the patient's age and condition, the liquid dose acts very gently and can be safely repeated more frequently, for a speedier recovery.Bruce Arnold.
single dose prescribers should consider seriously this valuable advice.
hello sajjadakram !
no - never dry dose. As I read Hahnemann,(and David Littles lessions about him), I understand that he - in his desire to speed cure and do it very gentle - developed the LM dilution to use it in liquid dose. At least that is, what he did last.
I use very small bottles - out of practical reasons - and patients take 1 - 3 drops, seldom more, often less - dilution glass.
The patients that are not 99 years old ;-)) or very ill, start with 3 drops every 2. day. Then there is a day to see the reaction. I instruct them to call me, if they have problems.
In last few years a new element in studying Hypertension/ High blood pressure, has surfaced, PULSE PRESSURE;
It is the difference in SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC pressure. It is being said that this element of blood pressure is to be considered more seriously. It is also said that it should be below the figure of 60;
Another factor of blood pressure check is that it should be done in both arms, so that the difference in arterial pressure be known. What would the difference in pressure indicate as regards to the working of the heart?
Please share your experiences on this PULSE PRESSURE, and learn more from what is its significance in evaluating ones health condition.
Thanks Dr. Wequar, I shall be discussing on this topic very soon.
Yes, Dr. Wequar you are right, besides systolic & diastolic, this third element of Pulse Pressure (PP) is much talked about these days. General opinion voiced by cardiologists is that higher the PP (higher than 60) greater it can have cardiovascular complications especially in older population. Thus PP indicates an important risk factor in hypertension. It has to be given due consideration in patients above 60 years of age. With regard to predicting cardiovascular complication on the basis of BP reading, diastolic value is considered more predictive in persons below 50 years. Between 50-60 systolic becomes more important and after 60, it is the PP which is regarded a risk factor.
The people who are not aware of the importance of PP would say, for instance, that BP reading 140/70 is better than 140/90. But now it is well known that 140/90 is associated with lesser cardiac complications.
What can be done in emergency ?is there any reliable specific medicine because sometimes we do not have time to go into details..
sir, key note prescribing or therapeutics. Regards...