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					Clinical Verification of homeopathic pathogenetic symptoms. The way to « Evidence Based Medicine & Homeopathy »
Dr Jacques Imberechts Dr Michel Van Wassenhoven

Clinical Verification of homeopathic pathogenetic symptoms.
 Dr.

Constantin Hering, gives in “Guiding Symptoms” the five steps in order to obtain a characteristic symptom. The clinical verification of homeopathic symptoms is the fifth step of this strategy.

Clinical Verification of homeopathic pathogenetic symptoms.
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First step: The possibility,

one substance provoked some symptoms which sometimes might even be toxic.

Second step: The probability,

when this substance, diluted and dynamised, has provoked various symptoms on volunteers in good health.

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Third step: The confirmation,

when this same substance, diluted and dynamised, given to volunteers in good health, has confirmed some symptoms issued from a previous pathogenesis and provoked probable new symptoms.

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Fourth step: The corroboration,

this means the examination of the place taken by the probable symptom and its confirmation by the notions actually known of physiology and pathology.

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Fifth step: The Clinical Verification,

at the bed of the suffering/sick patient, the correspondence of the probable symptom, confirmed and corroborated is verified by the obtained clinical results.

The Homeopathic Arch
PATIENT
CLINICAL RESEARCH

LAW OF SIMILARS

REMEDY
PROVING RESEARCH

Minimal Syndrom of Maximal Value Patient’s Reactional and Qualitative Totality
Totality of Patient’s symptoms: spontaneous anamesis, observation, clinic, systematic anamnesis Causa Occasionalis Obstacles to the cure Basic vulnerability Diathese energetique (miasmatique) Influences of environment, somatic, psychic, social, nutrition, education, heredity.

Remedy’s Genius Remedy’s Reactional and Qualitative Totality
Pure pathogenesis, Confirmed + symptoms of intoxication. Remedies: Suppressive, subsitutive, palliative, etiological. Basic Curative Therapy

Vis Medicatrix Naturae Natura Medicatrix

Evidence Based Homeopathy
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EBM : efficacy & one specific diagnosis EBH : clinical verification of symptoms used in daily practice (concept of similarity)

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Evidence Based Homeopathy
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Evidence Based Homeopathy can be the clinical verification of a proving symptom(s) for one remedy; a specific idea out of the Materia Medica; a specific clinical homeopathic approach; a specific homeopathic methodology (Hahnemann, Kent, Masi, Sankaran, etc.); a specific homeopathic strategy (Herscu, Scholten, Families of remedies, etc.)

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Clinical trials
Prospective observational studies

Socio-economic studies

Outcome analysis

Process analysis

Data collection

Consultation
Homeopathic knowledge base Provings

Evidence Based Homeopathy
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Even if each homeopath in the world would work out only ONE clinical case allowing clinical verification of symptoms, it would already have a dramatic consequence for improving homeopathy and our daily practice.

Enjoy this day preparing the 63th LMHI congress Belgium

Oostende

Evidence Based Homeopathy

20th of may 2008
Thank you


				
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