2020, Vol. 4 Issue 4, Part B
Recurrent hypoglycemic attack (Starvation Ketoacidosis) with puberophonia: A case study
Author(s): Dr. Jagdish Thebar and Dr. Sunil R Thumar
In type 1 DM there are destruction of pancreatic islet B cells by autoimmune process in 95% of cases and rest of 5% case by idiopathic cause. Due to complete fail to synthesis of insulin; difficult to manage glucose level and simultaneously increase glucagon level in plasma that results in sever complication in body. Insulin therapy, diet management and regular exercise is the part of management of this disease. According to Hahnemann’s 2nd
aphorism and homoeopathic antimiasmatic treatment it is easy to reduce insulin therapeutic dose and to prevent complication.
A case of 29-year-old male, came to us for recurrent hypoglycemic attack with high pitched voice. The present case study is focused on how antimiasmatic medicine will help in preventing complications reducing insulin dose and better prognosis with scientific evidences.
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Dr. Jagdish Thebar, Dr. Sunil R Thumar. Recurrent hypoglycemic attack (Starvation Ketoacidosis) with puberophonia: A case study. Int J Hom Sci 2020;4(4):61-63.