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Assessment Of the Patient With Cranial Trauma Dr Guillermo Zamora
How to deal with Emergency Cases in Homeopathy by Dr Prafulla Kumar Nayak
Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Dr Nisanth Nambison, MD
Acute First Aid Homeopathic Remedies by Gina Tyler, DHom
Examine Your Patients by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque
Managment of Coma by RTN.DR. S.K.VASHISHT on
Delirium and Homeopathic Remedies by Sivakumar
The Value of Causation by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque
Coma Treatment by Dr Dushyant Kamal Dhari
Health Care Workers Susceptible to Trauma by Debby Bruck
Concussion Epidemic in High Schools Lead to Disease by Debby Bruck
Home-made ice pack that stays malleable and never hardens into a solid block of ice. Useful for bruises and falls, when cold application is needed for therapy.
1 part rubbing alcohol
3 parts water
Arnica The Wonder Herb by Phyllis Speight
This book has been especially written for those with no knowledge of homeopathy, who wish to use the remedies in cases of injuries and emergencies. The emergencies are listed in alphabetical order and the author has tried to include anything that can develop quickly and needs prompt attention.
Arnica, a wild flower that grows on mountain slopes, is one of the few homoeopathic medicines that can be used in the home without the guidance of a doctor or practitioner.This book should be kept alongside the emergency kit of remedies, ready for instant use.
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