Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
1 of 44

BOGER BOENINGHAUSENS CHARACTERISTICS AND REPERTORY

100

Share

Download to read offline

HOMOEOPATHY - BOGER BOENINGHAUSENS CHARACTERISTICS AND REPERTORY

Related Books

Free with a 30 day trial from Scribd

See all

Related Audiobooks

Free with a 30 day trial from Scribd

See all

BOGER BOENINGHAUSENS CHARACTERISTICS AND REPERTORY

  1. 1. BOENNINGHAUSEN’S CHARACTERISTICS MATERIA MEDICA & REPERTORY WITH WORD INDEX C.M. BOGER, M.D. DR SALINI MANDAL B.G MD REPERTORY FMHMC
  2. 2. Dr. C. M. Boger Life & Work  DR. C. M. Boger M.D. was a leading practitioner & prominent homoeopathic physician of U.S.A.  BIRTH: Was born in Western Pennsylvania, son of Cyrus & Isabelle Maxwell Boger.  EDUCATION: Elementary education in public school of lebanon  GRADUATION: In pharmacy: from Philadelphia college of pharmacy . In medicine: from Hahnmann medical college of Philadelphia 1/29/2015 5
  3. 3.  MEDICAL PRACTICE: Settled in Parkersburg W.Va in 1888 . During his long practice &carrier in medical practice &research, Dr Boger contributed a lot by his writings & successful treatment of incurable cases. It is said that patients used to report to him from various parts of U.S.A. because of his ability to prescribe right medicine even in incurable cases marked with common symptoms. 6
  4. 4. 7 MARRIGE: Married thrice: •1st marriage: 1st daughter died young •2nd marriage: 4 sons &5 daughters (lost 3 sons &1 daughter. 3rd marriage: with secretary & constant helper(Anna M.Boger DEATH: passed away on 2nd Sept. 1935 at the age of 74. He died from food poisoning after eating a tin of home-pressured tomatoes
  5. 5. CONTRIBUTIONS:  Boger’s synoptic key  BBCR  The times of the remedies & moon phases  Boninghausen’s antipsorics  General analysis with card index  Bogers diphtheria (homoeopathic therapeutics)  Studies in homoeopathic philosophy of healing  Collected works of Boger (Editor: Robert Bannan) 8
  6. 6. • Dr.C.M .Boger was a leading practitioner of united states in early part of 20th century. • He was student and follower of Dr.Boenninghausen. • In 1900 he translated Repertory of Antipsoric Remedies. 10
  7. 7. • During the process of translation work, he got thoroughly acquainted with Boenninghausen’s basic principles, plan and constructions, comprehensibility and practicability. • Boenninghausen’s characteristics and repertory was published by Boericke and Tafel in 1905, in German language. • Second Indian edition published in 1952 and third edition in 1972 11
  8. 8.  This work is a condensation of all Boenninghausen’s work into a single volume…  There is 140 remedy Materia medica along with the repertory…
  9. 9.  2 parts… ◦ 1st part – Characteristics of medicines ◦ 2nd part – Repertory proper…  First published in 1905
  10. 10. Need for  In the second half of the 19th century… Boenninghausen’s work was of great importance but later when Kent’s repertory came, it receded to the back stage, and all his work was overlooked  Finally Boger brought it back to life by refining and enriching the fundamentals and recasting the structure and methodology…
  11. 11.  Btpb  Apsorics  Antipsorics  Sides of the body  Repertory part of intermittent fever  Whooping cough  Aphorisms of hippocrates
  12. 12. Materia medica  Deals with the chracteristics of the 140 remedies…  Prominent symptoms in bold  A section called Concordances  which lists the relationship of 125 remedies…
  13. 13. Concept of totality  Changes of personality and temperamant (Quis)  Peculiarities of disease (Quid)  The seat of the disease (Ubi)  Concomitants (quibis Auxillis)  The cause (Cur)  Modalities (Quomodo)  Time (Quando)
  14. 14. PHILOSOPHICAL BACKGROUND • Doctrine of complete symptom and concomittants. • Doctrine of pathological general. • Doctrine of causation and time. • Evaluation of remedies. • Fever totality. • Concordances 20
  15. 15. DOCTRINE OF COMPLETE SYMPTOMS AND CONCOMITANTS…  Borrowed the idea of complete symptom from Boenninghausen.  A complete symptom is that which consists of Location, Sensation and Modalities.  During the interview unreasonable attendants of main symptoms are also noticed in relation to time which are called concomitants…
  16. 16.  The concomitants help in differentiating one case form another, and one remedy from another.
  17. 17. DOCTRINE OF PATHOLOGICAL GENERALS  General changes in the tissues amd part of the body.  It tells us the state of the whole body and its changes in relation to the constitution.  They help us to concentrate on more concrete changes to select the similimum.  “SENSATIONS AND COMPLAINTS”  Eg..
  18. 18. DOCTRINE OF CAUSATION AND TIME  From the point of view of Boger, causation and time factors are more definite and reliable in cases as well as in medicines.  In each chapter he has included time aggravation.  gives more importance to Causation and General modalities followed by General sensations which hold the key in the remedy as well as in the person.
  19. 19. EVALUATION OF REMEDIES  He introduced the grading of symptoms into five ranks by the use of different typography:  CAPITAL – 5  Bold – 4  Italics – 3  Roman – 2  (Roman) – (1) – rarely used
  20. 20. FEVER TOTALITY  Unique contribution of Boger.  Each stage of fever is followed by Time, Aggravation, Amelioration, and Concomitants.  They should be arranged properly in order to get similimum with the help of Bogers repertory.
  21. 21. CONCORDANCES  It deals with the relationship of medicines of only 125 remedies.
  22. 22.  Boger found so many difficulties in day to day use of Therapeutic Pocket Book, and so he tried to modify the structure and content of the book by adding many medicines and rubrics drawn from his own experiences and other sources…
  23. 23. SOURCES…  Repertory of antipsorics  Therapeutic pocket book  Sides of the body  Repertory part of the Intermittent fever and of Whooping cough  Aphorisms of hippocrates
  24. 24. 1. MIND 2. SENSORIUM 3. VERTIGO 4. HEAD 5. EYES 6. EARS 7. NOSE 8. FACE 9. TEETH 10. MOUTH 11. APPETITE 12. THIRST 13. TASTE 14. ERUCTATION 15. WATERBRASH AND HEARTBURN 16. HICCOUGH
  25. 25. 17. NAUSEA AND VOMITING 18. STOMACH 19. HYPOCHONDRI A 20. ABDOMEN 21. INGUINAL AND PUBIC REGION 22. FLATULENCE 23. STOOL 24. ANUS AND RECTUM CONDITIONS 25. PERINEUM 26. PROSTATE GLAND 27. URINE 28. URINARY ORGANS 29. GENITALIA
  26. 26. 30. SEXUAL IMPULSE 31. MENSTRUATION 32. RESPIRATION 33. COUGH 34. LARYNX AND TRACHEA 35. VOICE AND SPEECH 36. NECK AND EXTERNAL 37. CHEST INNER 38. BACK SCAPULAR 39. UPPER EXTRIMITIES 40. LOWER EXTRIMITIES 41. SENSATIONS AND COMPLAINTS IN GENARAL 42. GLANDS
  27. 27. 43. BONES 44. SKIN AND EXTERIOR 45. SLEEP(FALLING ASLEEP) 46. FEVER PATHOLOGICAL 47. BLOOD 48. HEAT AND FEVER IN GENERAL 49. SWEAT 50. COMPOUND FEVER 51. CONDITIONS IN GENERAL 52. CONDITIONS OF AGG AND AMEL IN GENERAL 53. CONCORDANCE S
  28. 28.  54 – WORD INDEX…
  29. 29.  The chapters can be classifies in 2 groups: ◦ General section ◦ Regional section  Location  Sensation  Modalities  Concomitants  Cross refernces
  30. 30. Subsections in a chapter  Location  Sensation  Time  Aggravation  Amelioration  Concomitants  Cross - Reference
  31. 31. ARRANGEMENT…  In most of the chapters… it starts with general rubric…  Location rubrics are followed by subdivisions of parts  Sensations in alphabetical order  Time, aggravation, amelioration, concomitant and cross reference as separate sub sections
  32. 32. TYPOGRAPHY  Main rubrics: Bold letters  Sub rubrics: italics  In regional sections: abbreviations of locations are mentioned in italics.  Right and left given as L or R (26)  Side affinity for some medicines as (l) or (r) – pg 260
  33. 33. SPECIAL FEATURES  Complete symptom  Fever chapter  Pathological generals  Aggravation and amelioration in general  Cross refernce

×