ON THE MANNER ON HOMEOPATHIC CONSULTATION

Homeopathic Consultations

CLARKE ON RECORDING A CONSULTATION

VERBAL VS. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS.

In an acute mild case a verbal examination of the patient may be sufficient but in chronic cases with considerable history, a suitable record of at least the main

In an acute mild case a verbal examination of the patient may be sufficient but in chronic cases with considerable history, a suitable record of at least the main features of the case should be written down for future reference and if need be for study. The remedy prescribed with the potency used should also be made a matter of record. A few remedies suggested by the first examination may well be put down in parenthesis, for further consideration. It matters not how good the memory, or how great the experience of the prescriber, the record will be of interest and value even in after years. In my own practice, I have found it of great service and have continued from the first until now to make such a record.

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