2012, English, Book edition: The complete practitioner's manual of homoeoprophylaxis : A practical handbook of homeopathic immunisation / Dr Isaac Golden. Golden, Isaac, (author.)

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The complete practitioner's manual of homoeoprophylaxis : A practical handbook of homeopathic immunisation / Dr Isaac Golden
 
Bookmark: http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/203201522
Physical Description
  • xvii, 224 pages.
Published
  • Gisborne, Vic. Isaac Golden Publications, [2012]
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • The complete practitioner's manual of homoeoprophylaxis : A practical handbook of homeopathic immunisation /​ Dr Isaac Golden.
Author
  • Golden, Isaac, (author.)
Published
  • Gisborne, Vic. Isaac Golden Publications, [2012]
Copyright
  • ©2012
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • xvii, 224 pages.
Subjects
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 PRACTICAL PREVENTATIVE PROGRAMS
  • 1.What is Homœoprophylaxis?
  • 2.Do We Really Need Homœoprophylaxis?
  • 3.Short Term Homœoprophylaxis in Practice
  • 3.1.The Historical Use of Short-Term Homœoprophylaxis
  • 3.2.Remedies Commonly Used for Short-Term Homœoprophylaxis
  • 3.3.HP Remedies for Common Acute Conditions
  • 3.4.HP Remedies for Overseas Travel
  • 3.5.Instructions for Short-Term HP and Travel Protection Remedies
  • 3.6.The Nosode vs. the Genus Epidemicus Remedy in Short-Term Prevention
  • 3.7.The Potency and Frequency for Short-Term Prevention
  • 3.8.Practical Problems with Short-Term Prevention
  • 3.9.The Comparative Advantage of HP in Changing Epidemic Conditions
  • 4.Long Term Homœoprophylaxis in Practice
  • 4.1.Long-Term HP in Practice
  • 4.2.Not all HP Programs are the Same
  • 4.3.Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Long-Term HP
  • 4.4.The HP Consultation: Patient Education
  • Contents note continued: 4.5.The Selection of Remedies in a Long-Term HP Program
  • 4.6.Antibodies and Homœoprophylaxis
  • pt. 2 THE EVIDENTIARY BASIS OF Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.The Effectiveness of Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.1.Four Types of Evidence Supporting Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.2.The Historical Effectiveness of Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.3.The Effectiveness of Epidemic or Short-Term Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.4.The Effectiveness of My Long-Term Homœoprophylaxis Program
  • 5.5.Effectiveness of Massive Regional and National Homœoprophylaxis Interventions
  • 5.6.A Summary of the Effectiveness of Homœoprophylaxis
  • 5.7.RCTs v's Comprehensive Data Analysis
  • 6.The Safety of Homœoprophylaxis
  • 6.1.The Safety of Homeopathic Medicines in General
  • 6.2.The Safety of Golden's Long-Term HP Program
  • 6.3.Short-Term Reactions to Golden's HP Program
  • 6.4.The Long-Term Safety of Golden's HP Program
  • 6.5.Final Conclusions Regarding the Effectiveness and Safety of Golden's Long-Term HP Program
  • Contents note continued: pt. 3 THE PHILOSOPHICAL BASIS OF HOMŒOPROPHYLAXIS
  • 7.Philosophical and Practical Concerns Regarding Homœoprophylaxis
  • 7.1.Treatment, Not Prevention
  • 7.2.Epidemics Only
  • 7.3.The Genus Epidemicus Only
  • 7.4.Nosodes and Isodes
  • 7.5.The Risks of Homœoprophylaxis; Potency and Frequency
  • 7.6.Prevention or Treatment
  • 7.7.Prevention or Palliation
  • 7.8.The Length of Prevention
  • 7.9.Conclusions Regarding Philosophical Aspects of HP
  • 8.An Explanation of How Homœoprophylaxis May Work
  • 8.1.The Proving Model of Protection
  • 8.2.The Energetic Model of Homœoprophylaxis
  • 8.3.Concluding Comments on the Mechanism of Action of HP
  • 8.4.Concluding Comments on the Conceptual Basis of HP
  • 9.Conclusions
  • 10.Appendices
  • 10.1.Appendix 1: A Brief Comparison of HP and Vaccination
  • 10.2.Appendix 2: 2012 Kit Instructions
  • 10.3.Appendix 3: Some Characteristics of Targeted Infectious Diseases
  • 10.3.1.Chicken Pox (Varicella-Zoster)
  • Contents note continued: 10.3.2.Cholera
  • 10.3.3.Dengue Fever
  • 10.3.4.Diphtheria
  • 10.3.5.Haemophilis influenzae type b (Hib)
  • 10.3.6.Hepatitis A
  • 10.3.7.Hepatitis B
  • 10.3.8.Hepatitis C
  • 10.3.9.Human Papiloma Virus
  • 10.3.10.Influenza
  • 10.3.11.Japanese encephalitis
  • 10.3.12.Leptospirosis
  • 10.3.13.Measles
  • 10.3.14.Meningococcal disease
  • 10.3.15.Mumps
  • 10.3.16.Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
  • 10.3.17.Pneumococcal disease
  • 10.3.18.Poliomyelitis
  • 10.3.19.Rotavirus
  • 10.3.20.Swine Flu
  • 10.3.21.Rotavirus
  • 10.3.22.Rubella
  • 10.3.23.Swine Flu
  • 10.3.24.Tetanus
  • 10.3.25.Tuberculosis
  • 10.3.26.Typhoid
  • 10.4.Appendix 4: Reactions to HP Remedies
  • 10.5.Appendix 5: General Comments by Responding Parents.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9781478388050 (pbk.)
  • 1478388056 (pbk.)
Dewey Number
  • 615.532
  • 614.47
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