Aim: Utility of Relationship of remedies in effective Homoeopathic management.
Materials and Methods: The subjects for this study have been selected from outpatient department, in-patient department and peripheral centres as per the inclusion criteria.
Total number of 30 cases was selected by random sampling technique. The data was collected based on the chronic cases and followed by remedies related during the second prescription and recorded in the required case format. According to the case format, cases were analyzed, synthesized and management was instituted and treated Homoeopathically.
Follow ups were watched and interpreted as per criteria set up in each case. Total duration of study for each case was been kept for 4-6 months unless the patient shows dramatic improvement before the scheduled time. All the patients were directed to continue with the same diet as earlier. No specific supplementary diet advised. Effectiveness of the treatment was assessed on the basis of Clinical improvement, disappearance or relief of symptoms, improvement of general health of the patient.
Result: Thirty patients, who attended the OPD and rural centers, were taken for the study. This study has been conducted during the period of 1 year. The statistical analysis made here is based on the data’s obtained from these thirty patients.
A total of 30 cases were taken for the study for a period of 4- 6 months in the case records were maintained.
Out of 30 cases
16 cases were follow well, out of which 3 were males (10%) and 13 were females (43.33%), of which all 16 cases improved (53.33%).
6 cases were complement, out of which 3 were males (10%) and 3 females (10%), of which all 6 cases improved (20%).
5 cases were follow well as well as complement, out of which 1 was male (3.33%) and 4 females (13.33%), all the 5 cases improved (16.67%).
1 case (3.33%) was antidote, which was a female, it didn’t show perceptible difference.
2 cases (6.67%) were inimical, both females, didn’t show perceptible difference So the result was, improvement of 27 cases (90%) and 3 cases (10%) didn’t show perceptible difference.