February 2008

Modern Homoeopathy - An Evidence based Homoeopathy

February 2008

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Editor in chief: Dr. Pawan S. Chandak

Editorial Board:

Advisor Editorial Board:

Dr. M.E. Prasanth


Dr. Asha P. Chandak (Parbhani)

Dr. Jayant Borse (Aurangabad)

Dr. Sudinkumar (Calicut, Kerala)

Editor Book Review Column:

Dr. Shajikutty (Kerala)

Editor PG Study Centre Column:

Dr. Rejikumar (Trivendrum, Kerala)

Editor MD (Homoeopathy) News Column: Dr. Joby Johny (Trivendrum, Kerala)

Honorable Advisor: Dr. M.G. Oommen

Guest Editor: Dr. Varsha Sharma, Dr. Samir Chaukker, Dr. Poonam Godbole

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                                         Hepatitis A Special Issue 15 February 2008


 From the Desk of Editor - Dr. Pawan S. Chandak

Hepatitis A (formerly known as infectious hepatitis) is an acute infectious disease of the liver caused by the hepatovirus hepatitis A virus. Most commonly transmitted by the fecal-oral route. The patient's immune system makes antibodies against the hepatitis A virus that confer immunity against future infection.

Jaundice, also known as icterus (attributive adjective: "icteric"), is yellowish discoloration of the skin, conjunctiva (a clear covering over the sclera, or whites of the eyes) and mucous membranes caused by hyperbilirubinemia (increased levels of bilirubin in the blood).

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Homoeopath in Focus

Interview of Dr. Vijay H. Vaishnav MD (Hom) (Mumbai, India)


He is is a Professor and Head of the department of Materia Medica at Smt. C.M.P. Homoeopathic Medical College, Mumbai, India, where he has been teaching for more than 22 years. He has been closely associated in developing new concepts in teaching Materia Medica and has prepared a unique model of approach to the study of Homoeopathic Therapeutics.

Interviewed by Dr. Pawan S. Chandak


Homoeopathy Beyond The Boundaries

  • Focus on Homoeoprophylaxis

    According to the surveys by the homoeopathic research institutes, Chelidonium had acted as a genus epidemicus to the hepatitis A epidemics in the past.  So letís review the role of Chelidonium in the cases of Hepatitis A.

    Homoeopathic Philosophy

    The liver is constantly engaged in a balancing act to ensure that the right nutrients get to the right parts of the body in the right amount. In a healthy person, this balancing act occurs automatically.

    Case Corner


    Book Review 

          Reviewed by Dr. Pawan S. Chandak                

    Homoeopathic Therapeutics 

    Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of and injury to the liver.  Hepatitis has many causes, including misuse of alcohol and drugs, but viruses are the most common cause. 

    Research in Homoeopathy


    There is a serious acute going around Europe right now. It has fever, nausea, vomiting, high fever, heaviness, localised heaviness, quite infectious, and other symptoms affecting adults, children and babies alike. This is the free download for it.


    Drug Proving

    On the 9th of august 1945 the plutonium bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. This dropping signified the end of the Second World War. The greater part of the town was destroyed, a large percentage of the population killed. Near the epicenter one tree survived the bomb: the Kaki tree, of which the official name is: Diospyros kaki.


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