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Medicine for head injury

Male aged 33 years met accident and have diffuse axonal injury with multiple contusions bilaterally.
He is unconscious but off vetilater. Pl suggest remedy.
how do we administer in this case.

will be grateful for advise.
 
  Satish Pasrija on 2013-09-27
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give him nat sulph 200.

buy it in liquid form,mix it in a tea spoonful of water (3-4 drops),three times a day,feed back after 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava 8 years ago
Thanks for your reply. As the patient is unconscious, Pl suggest how do we administer. can it be applied externally?
 
Satish Pasrija 8 years ago
put three drops of nat sulph in the mouth ,it will be absorbed.
 
anuj srivastava 8 years ago
Nat-Sulf is a good choice for subsequent use.

I'd start off with Arnica 200 first and then move to Nat-Sulf.

Here is how to administer:

Prepare liquid dose and apply on the pulse points (wrist or neck).

Apply Arnica once a day for two days and on 3rd day apply Nat-Sulf 200 once.

Based on reaction of the patient, future course will be decided.
 
fitness 8 years ago
i suggest go in for nat sulph as application of arnica at this belated stage is a waste of time.
 
anuj srivastava 8 years ago

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