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While attending a surgery lecture in 3rd year BHMS, our surgery professor, Dr S D Bhomaj, FRCS, asked the students, “who is a good surgeon?” Immediately the Students gave different types of answers. Someone said, “a surgeon who does operation with minimum scar”, another one answered, “a surgeon who operates without any complications”, one girl said, “operation with minimum bleeding”, etc…

The professor agreed with all those answers. But the most accurate answer he said was an old dictum, “A good surgeon is one who knows when not to operate the patient”.

Yes, it was a billion dollar answer told by our beloved sir. An untimely and unneeded operation can be a catastrophe. We have come across several patients getting worse after the surgery. It is true that tonsillectomy can remove tonsillitis forever. But the same patient may come with recurrent pharyngitis, which is more troublesome than the tonsillitis.

On the other hand, it is an utter foolishness to give only medical treatment for purely surgical cases such as intestinal perforation, volvulus, rupture of viscera, compound fracture etc. In order to manage such cases, a surgeon’s help is a must. But even in such cases, along with a surgical intervention, suitable homoeopathic medicines can be given. Homeopathic drugs like Aconite, Arnica, Bellis per, Calendula, Allium cepa, Camphora, Ledum, Ferrum phos, Millefolium, Hamamelis, Opium, Raphanus, Ruta, Rhustox, Phos, Staphy, Silicea, Hepar sulph, Myristica, Hypericum, Symphytum, China, Nux vom, Pyrogen, Calc flr, Thiosinaminum, Strontium carb, Veratrum alb etc. are having a great value in the management of surgical cases.

Dr Muhammed Rafeeque, BHMS.
Family Homoeopathic Clinic

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Comment by Debby Bruck on August 17, 2009 at 7:39am
We must give surgeons credit for saving many a life and limb. Plus, it is surgeons today who are first to acknowledge the benefits of Arnica!
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on August 17, 2009 at 7:33am
yeah, its true. But I know some surgens who use homoeopathy for prevention of pain, bleeding and sepsis, and for post surgical conditions.
Comment by Debby Bruck on August 15, 2009 at 9:57pm
Fabulous! You know what they say, "People do what they know." Thus, the surgeon will always find a solution to a problem with the knife. Perhaps, if surgeons were trained in homeopathy, as well, they would use this alternative method. But then, their salary may be drastically "cut".
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on August 15, 2009 at 4:23pm
Dear Dr Rafeeque,

Beautiful dictum. If only it would be followed more, especially in the west and in India in the maternity wards. When i was living in Vrindavan i had my house opposite the maternity ward. Each night they would do caesarian sections although not needed, just because of greed. put thos poor people in debt for a long time. In the west, this is exactly the same. Only there, insurance pays and thus they always operate, even when a simpler solution would be much better. Every surgeon should have that dictum in his office.
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on July 30, 2009 at 6:56am
yeah, its true
Comment by Dr. Meakin Mittu M.D.(Hom.) on July 30, 2009 at 2:03am
yes dr rafeeque it is agreeable dictim.A learned person must have the wisdom to utilise the tools provided to him by the knowledge he acquired through different sources.But the real knowledge is " to know that you know what you know and you know what you don't know"

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