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Bed sores and agitation after surgery

Just a quick question: can homeopathy help a patient in intensive care after bypass heart surgery with his bedsores and agitation/stubborness/losing faith?
 
  Yoanna on 2008-09-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Definately homeopathy helps for your patient.But Detailed informations of your patient should be required.
 
Zahid)2 last decade
Thank you so much for your answer Zahid)2! I cannot give now much more info on the patient as he is my father in law and he had a surgery in South Africa and I'm trying to convince my husband's family to try homeopathy. I know very little about his situation which looks quite concerning (lungs and kidney failure and infection after the bypass).
 
Yoanna last decade
I think your patient is in critical stage.You may try cantharis 30c 4hrly for 3days.Then 1 dose of nux vomica200c.After that you can contact with me.
 
Zahid)2 last decade
Post CABG & Diabetic have developed bed sore Spl. Bandage is going as suggested Arnica30 for 3 days and Nux Vom for one dose what to do after that since wound size is large almost 10cm but good development is noted through spl bandage in removing dead cell, pls suggest
 
officeaksingh 8 years ago
Carbo Veg, Secale or Ars are generally used in such conditions. Any remedy that is indicated on the basis of totality of symptoms may also work.
 
kadwa 8 years ago

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