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Definition

Radiation describes a process in which energetic particles or waves travel through a medium or space.

It is a form of energy that comes from a source and travels through space and may be able to penetrate various materials.

Types of Radiation

1.      Ionizing radiation

a.      Alpha

b.      Beta (+/-)

c.       Neutron

d.      X-ray

e.      Gamma

2.      Non-ionizing radiation

a.      Neutron radiation

b.      Electromagnetic radiation

                                                              i.      Visible light

                                                            ii.      Infrared

                                                          iii.      Microwave

                                                           iv.      Radio waves

                                                             v.      Very low frequency (VLF)

c.               Extremely low frequency (ELF)

d.              Thermal radiation (heat)

e.              Black body radiation

Non ionizing radiation

Light, radio, and microwaves are types of radiation that are called nonionizing.

Ionizing radiation

It is produced by unstable atoms. Unstable atoms, called as radioactive isotopes, differ from stable atoms because unstable atoms have an excess of energy or
mass or both. Radiation can also be produced by high-voltage devices.

Side Effects of Radiation

Acute effects-

Acute radiation side effects constitute the acute reaction occurring during radiation.

Late effects-

The effects which are even seen long after exposure or after treatment of acute radiation are called late effects of radiation.

Acute Radiation Side Effects

Radiation Nausea-

It may occur during acute exposure.

Hair Loss-

It frequently occurs.

Fatigue / Malaise-

These are almost always seen.

Low Blood Count-

Reduction in certain elements of the blood is often seen following radiation. This results from radiation exposure of bone marrow, and to a lesser extent, direct
damage to lymphocytes in the blood stream and lymph nodes.

The white cell count will be reduced, particularly the lymphocyte count, and the number of platelets will be reduced. These drops are enough to cause clinical
problems.

Organ Specific Side Effect Symptoms-

Localized reactions will occur in any tissues exposed to radiation. Acute reactions result from radiation of skin, mucous membranes and accessory glands.

Skin-

Radiation a reaction may develop which progresses through erythema to dry desquamation and moist desquamation.

Mucous Membranes-

Wherever mucous membranes are included in a radiation field similar reactions will be experienced: Whether in the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, trachea, bowel, bladder
or rectum, mucositis may develop.

As with the skin, the mucosa is reddened at first but then may be covered with a plaque-like fibrin similar to crusting of the skin. The mucous membrane remains
moist and the surface covered by fibrin until the underlying mucosa is healed,
when the fibrinous plaque is lost and the reaction healed.

There may be discomfort and dysphagia or cough, hoarseness and tracheitis, or dysuria and frequency, or diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.

Accessory Glands-

The acute effects of radiation will be felt by accessory glands producing saliva and mucous for example. This leads to a degree of stickiness, leading to oral
discomfort, dryness and change in taste, irritating cough and discomfort, and
urinary or bowel symptoms.

Late Radiation Side Effects

The late effects of radiation treatment develop gradually over several months or years. These results are often disastrous and treatment extremely difficult.

Scarring-

Radiation results in increased connective tissue, fibrosis and scarring often associated with atrophy of accessory tissues. This leads to some increased rigidity of
tissues, less suppleness and less resistance to injury.

In addition, the walls of small blood vessels may be thickened and distorted, leading to reduction in blood supply to some tissues.

Carcinogenicity-

Radiation is one of the causes of cancer. Very rarely leukemia may result some five to twenty years after radiation exposure, due to bone marrow cells being damaged
during radiation.

Genetic Effects-

Exposure of the gonads to radiation increases the risk of abnormal mutations and genetic changes. Most chromosome damage from radiation results in a failure of
conception and not an abnormal child. Even if both parents have been exposed to
radiation, the risks of abnormal children being produced are so small as to be
almost negligible. Late genetic effects in the individual are much less
important than the increased risk of inducing cancer or the late vascular
changes produced by radiation.

Repertory of Radiation effects-

Toxicity - X-RAYS, poisoning, ailments from- Cadm-s. cob. m-aust. phos. rad-br. sol sulph. uran-n. x-ray

Toxicity - RADIATION, sickness, poisoning, ailments, from - radiation, burns, from- calc-f. canth. caust. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Toxicity - RADIATION, sickness, poisoning, ailments, from- alf. ars. Cadm-i. cadm-met. CADM-S. calc-f. calen. chin. cob. Fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. Phos. rad-br. sil. SOL Stront-c. uran-n. x-ray

Stomach - NAUSEA, general - radiation, treatment from- ars. Cadm-s. ip. nux-v. sol

Skin - INFLAMMATION - radiation, dermatitis- cadm-s. rad-br. x-ray

Clinical - BURNS, general, fire, chemicals, ailments, from - radiation, from- calc-f. calen. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Cancer - WEAKNESS, with cancer - radiation therapy, after- alf. Cadm-s. sol

Cancer - RADIATION, sickness, for side effects - radiation, burns, from- calc-f. canth. caust. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Cancer - RADIATION, sickness, for side effects- alf. ars. BISM. Cadm-i. CADM-S. calc-f. calen. chin. cob. Fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. Phos. rad-br. sil. SOL Stront-c. uran-n. x-ray

Cancer - CACHEXIA, emaciation with cancer - radiation, therapy, from- alf. ars. CADM-S. calc-f. chin. fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. phos. rad-br. sil. SOL x-ray

Bones - SOFTENING, bones - radiation, x-rays, from- cadm-met. cadm-s. cortico. cortiso. rad-br.

GENERALITIES - RADIATION, sensation of background- tax.

CHEST - CANCER - ulcerating, mammae - surgery, radiation, after- hippoz.

STOMACH - ULCERS - radiation treatment for acne, after- phos.

GENERALS - WEAKNESS - radiation therapy; from- rad-br.

GENERALS - ULCERS - radiation therapy; from- rad-br.

GENERALS - RADIATION THERAPY; from- abrot. ars-br. ars. cadm-i. cadm-met. cadm-s. calc-f. calc-sil. calen. chin. cob-n. ferr-sil. fl-ac. germ-met. ip. irid-met. kali-bi.
kali-p. kali-sil. lith-f. lith-m. lith-met. lith-p. lith-s. mag-sil. mang-sil.
nat-sil. nux-v. phos. plut-n. rad-br. sil-met. sil. sol stront-c. x-ray

GENERALS - CONVALESCENCE; ailments during - radiation therapy; after- cadm-s.

SKIN - ULCERS - necrosis - radiation therapy; from- cadm-i.

EXTREMITIES - PAIN - rheumatic - radiation therapy; after- rad-br.

STOMACH - ULCERS - radiation treatment for acne; after- phos.

CHEST - CANCER - Mammae - accompanied by - pain - radiation; after- hippoz. streptom.

Remedies for after effects of Radiation-

abrot. alf. ars. ars-br. BISM. Cadm-i. cadm-met. CADM- S. calc-f. calc-sil. calen. canth. caust. chin. cob. cob-n. cortico. ferr-sil. Fl-ac. germ-met. hippoz. hydr. Ip. irid- met. kali-bi. kali-p. kali-sil. lith-f. lith-m. lith-met. lith-p. lith-s. mag-sil. mang-sil. m-aust.
nat-sil. nux-v.
Phos. plut-n. rad-br. sil. sil-met. SOL streptom. Stront-c. sulph. tax. uran-n. x-ray 

 

self photoRadiation and Homoeopathy

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Dr. (Km) Ruchi Rajput BHMS

Homoeo Cure Research Centre P. Ltd.

NH 74- Moradabad Road

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Ph- 09897618594

E. mail- drrajneeshhom@hotmail.com

 

Definition

Radiation describes a process in which energetic particles or waves travel through a medium or space.

It is a form of energy that comes from a source and travels through space and may be able to penetrate various materials.

Types of Radiation

1.      Ionizing radiation

a.      Alpha

b.      Beta (+/-)

c.       Neutron

d.      X-ray

e.      Gamma

2.      Non-ionizing radiation

a.      Neutron radiation

b.      Electromagnetic radiation

                                                              i.      Visible light

                                                            ii.      Infrared

                                                          iii.      Microwave

                                                           iv.      Radio waves

                                                             v.      Very low frequency (VLF)

c.               Extremely low frequency (ELF)

d.              Thermal radiation (heat)

e.              Black body radiation

Non ionizing radiation

Light, radio, and microwaves are types of radiation that are called nonionizing.

Ionizing radiation

It is produced by unstable atoms. Unstable atoms, called as radioactive isotopes, differ from stable atoms because unstable atoms have an excess of energy or
mass or both. Radiation can also be produced by high-voltage devices.

Side Effects of Radiation

Acute effects-

Acute radiation side effects constitute the acute reaction occurring during radiation.

Late effects-

The effects which are even seen long after exposure or after treatment of acute radiation are called late effects of radiation.

Acute Radiation Side Effects

Radiation Nausea-

It may occur during acute exposure.

Hair Loss-

It frequently occurs.

Fatigue / Malaise-

These are almost always seen.

Low Blood Count-

Reduction in certain elements of the blood is often seen following radiation. This results from radiation exposure of bone marrow, and to a lesser extent, direct
damage to lymphocytes in the blood stream and lymph nodes.

The white cell count will be reduced, particularly the lymphocyte count, and the number of platelets will be reduced. These drops are enough to cause clinical
problems.

Organ Specific Side Effect Symptoms-

Localized reactions will occur in any tissues exposed to radiation. Acute reactions result from radiation of skin, mucous membranes and accessory glands.

Skin-

Radiation a reaction may develop which progresses through erythema to dry desquamation and moist desquamation.

Mucous Membranes-

Wherever mucous membranes are included in a radiation field similar reactions will be experienced: Whether in the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, trachea, bowel, bladder
or rectum, mucositis may develop.

As with the skin, the mucosa is reddened at first but then may be covered with a plaque-like fibrin similar to crusting of the skin. The mucous membrane remains
moist and the surface covered by fibrin until the underlying mucosa is healed,
when the fibrinous plaque is lost and the reaction healed.

There may be discomfort and dysphagia or cough, hoarseness and tracheitis, or dysuria and frequency, or diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.

Accessory Glands-

The acute effects of radiation will be felt by accessory glands producing saliva and mucous for example. This leads to a degree of stickiness, leading to oral
discomfort, dryness and change in taste, irritating cough and discomfort, and
urinary or bowel symptoms.

Late Radiation Side Effects

The late effects of radiation treatment develop gradually over several months or years. These results are often disastrous and treatment extremely difficult.

Scarring-

Radiation results in increased connective tissue, fibrosis and scarring often associated with atrophy of accessory tissues. This leads to some increased rigidity of
tissues, less suppleness and less resistance to injury.

In addition, the walls of small blood vessels may be thickened and distorted, leading to reduction in blood supply to some tissues.

Carcinogenicity-

Radiation is one of the causes of cancer. Very rarely leukemia may result some five to twenty years after radiation exposure, due to bone marrow cells being damaged
during radiation.

Genetic Effects-

Exposure of the gonads to radiation increases the risk of abnormal mutations and genetic changes. Most chromosome damage from radiation results in a failure of
conception and not an abnormal child. Even if both parents have been exposed to
radiation, the risks of abnormal children being produced are so small as to be
almost negligible. Late genetic effects in the individual are much less
important than the increased risk of inducing cancer or the late vascular
changes produced by radiation.

Repertory of Radiation effects-

Toxicity - X-RAYS, poisoning, ailments from- Cadm-s. cob. m-aust. phos. rad-br. sol sulph. uran-n. x-ray

Toxicity - RADIATION, sickness, poisoning, ailments, from - radiation, burns, from- calc-f. canth. caust. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Toxicity - RADIATION, sickness, poisoning, ailments, from- alf. ars. Cadm-i. cadm-met. CADM-S. calc-f. calen. chin. cob. Fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. Phos. rad-br. sil. SOL Stront-c. uran-n. x-ray

Stomach - NAUSEA, general - radiation, treatment from- ars. Cadm-s. ip. nux-v. sol

Skin - INFLAMMATION - radiation, dermatitis- cadm-s. rad-br. x-ray

Clinical - BURNS, general, fire, chemicals, ailments, from - radiation, from- calc-f. calen. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Cancer - WEAKNESS, with cancer - radiation therapy, after- alf. Cadm-s. sol

Cancer - RADIATION, sickness, for side effects - radiation, burns, from- calc-f. canth. caust. fl-ac. phos. rad-br. Sol x-ray

Cancer - RADIATION, sickness, for side effects- alf. ars. BISM. Cadm-i. CADM-S. calc-f. calen. chin. cob. Fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. Phos. rad-br. sil. SOL Stront-c. uran-n. x-ray

Cancer - CACHEXIA, emaciation with cancer - radiation, therapy, from- alf. ars. CADM-S. calc-f. chin. fl-ac. hydr. Ip. nux-v. phos. rad-br. sil. SOL x-ray

Bones - SOFTENING, bones - radiation, x-rays, from- cadm-met. cadm-s. cortico. cortiso. rad-br.

GENERALITIES - RADIATION, sensation of background- tax.

CHEST - CANCER - ulcerating, mammae - surgery, radiation, after- hippoz.

STOMACH - ULCERS - radiation treatment for acne, after- phos.

GENERALS - WEAKNESS - radiation therapy; from- rad-br.

GENERALS - ULCERS - radiation therapy; from- rad-br.

GENERALS - RADIATION THERAPY; from- abrot. ars-br. ars. cadm-i. cadm-met. cadm-s. calc-f. calc-sil. calen. chin. cob-n. ferr-sil. fl-ac. germ-met. ip. irid-met. kali-bi.
kali-p. kali-sil. lith-f. lith-m. lith-met. lith-p. lith-s. mag-sil. mang-sil.
nat-sil. nux-v. phos. plut-n. rad-br. sil-met. sil. sol stront-c. x-ray

GENERALS - CONVALESCENCE; ailments during - radiation therapy; after- cadm-s.

SKIN - ULCERS - necrosis - radiation therapy; from- cadm-i.

EXTREMITIES - PAIN - rheumatic - radiation therapy; after- rad-br.

STOMACH - ULCERS - radiation treatment for acne; after- phos.

CHEST - CANCER - Mammae - accompanied by - pain - radiation; after- hippoz. streptom.

Remedies for after effects of Radiation-

abrot. alf. ars. ars-br. BISM. Cadm-i. cadm-met. CADM- S. calc-f. calc-sil. calen. canth. caust. chin. cob. cob-n. cortico. ferr-sil. Fl-ac. germ-met. hippoz. hydr. Ip. irid- met. kali-bi. kali-p. kali-sil. lith-f. lith-m. lith-met. lith-p. lith-s. mag-sil. mang-sil. m-aust.
nat-sil. nux-v.
Phos. plut-n. rad-br. sil. sil-met. SOL streptom. Stront-c. sulph. tax. uran-n. x-ray 

Bibliography

Radar 10

Encyclopedia Homoeopathica

Wikipedia.org

Intermediate Physics by Kumar and Mittal

CMDT 2009

Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine 17th Ed.

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Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on March 25, 2011 at 7:40am
Welcome Dr Rajneesh.
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on March 25, 2011 at 7:39am
Thanks with regards Dr. Kavi...
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on March 25, 2011 at 7:05am
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on March 20, 2011 at 11:25pm

Welcome Diane.

Comment by Diane Louie on March 20, 2011 at 11:41am
Thank you for this comprehensive article.
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on March 18, 2011 at 11:49pm
Welcome sir.
Comment by Dr. Dhyan Singh on March 17, 2011 at 6:59am
Very timed and punctual information. Thanks.
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on March 17, 2011 at 5:13am
Thanks Dr. Rana.
Comment by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on March 17, 2011 at 5:13am
Thanks Hans.
Comment by Dr. Satish Kumar Rana on March 17, 2011 at 4:51am
Very timely, helpful and interesting write-up.

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