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There are innumerable doctors and physicians scattered around the nook and corners of the world. All they are rendering Health supports to the human being through the genius of their expertise. Some treat the disease, others the symptoms of the patients, still others the name of the disease patient is suffering from.Very few of them has the acumen to treat the sick person or in other words the patient as a whole. Treatment of parts/organs remains only the partial approach towards regaining complete health of the patient. It is only now realised that to treat a patient, the patient as a whole with all its sufferings cannot be ignored and that means the total health for the patient.We as a team of doctors keep our prime aim at focusing a patient from a holistic approach. We take into consideration very much all the details of the sufferings on the physical, biochemical or psychological aspects of a patient. With our such holistic approach, we have achieved regaining health of the patient as a whole i.e. from every aspect. This approach is our landmark and this is our goal.


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M.D. (Hom)

Ex professor and HOD, Materia Medica National Institute of Homoeopathy Govt. Of India Kolkata Presently Guest Professor and Visiting Physician D. N. De Homoeop ...

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Dr. Md. Taha Khan

M.D. (Hom)

The young doctor of the team joined recently after completing post-graduation. He is very enthusiastic and energetic, explores all avenues to give maximum care and r ...

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INTRODUCTION: Since time immemorial physical appearance of an individual has been the point of fancy ever since. A good physical appearance has remained the cause of attraction of attention and the otherwise has been the reason for casting off and repugnance for many. People have always picked up objects of good physical appearance and preferred to neglect the objects with poor or bad physical appearance. This natural truth has had a universal applicability and has been found in people of all status, education, economy irrespective of the place of habitat and social/religious background. This universal truth has been more applicable to the human beings as to the extent of weaving legends of beautiful people such as Cleopatra and Julius Ceasar, Yousuf and Zulekha. A good physical appearance i.e. beauty has been cause of many good doings and bad doings in the world. Innumerable crimes have been committed for the reason of a good look or bad look. Conversely innumerable achievements have been made on the virtue of good looks or bad looks. Homeopathy with its teachings of understanding and application of physical appearance has gone to the extent of individualising a person on the basis of this physical appearance. The fact is that physical appearance of a person is one of the most important point for individualisation. This physical appearance peculiar to a person has been taken into consideration by thousands of stalwarts of homeopathy for teaching and for prescribing. Truly an individual is so perfectly reflected through his physical appearance that totality build up upon this reflection has resulted in several miraculous cures. Hahnemann's stress upon the physical appearance of a person as an element of totality is reflected in several of his writings and cases cured. (In F.N to aphorism 90 Hahnemann mentions precisely the physical aspects of the patient that need to be noted by the physician with regard to the expression on his face, his manner of speaking, the colour of his face, eyes and skin, the state of his tongue, and his outward gesture while sitting walking etc.) This teaching of Hahnemann and its application has been adopted by several of his followers to the extent that "drug picture" and " portrait of the disease person" has been narrated and described separately. To some it has formed the major part of description of a medicine while to others this has taken the form of a complete description of a medicine. This point is easily understandable when one goes through the pages of description of polycrest in Kent's lecture. M. L. Tyler preferred to write an entire book on 'Drug picture of a medicine so perceived by her'. Philips Beiley's 'Portrait of the homeopathic medicine' is the collection of such physical appearance of homeopathic medicines and he has done his work smartly. Edward Whitmont's 'Psyche and substance' is another example in such direction. These all go to show the close and very close relation of application of physical appearance in homeopathic prescribing. Physical appearance at some places has so marked bearing on the entire individual that one point in the entire body has been taken as the reflection of the totality as a whole. Douglas’ Tongue, Bell’s Diarrhoea, Allen’s Intermittent Fever are having several entries where one single symptom present on the tongue, in the character of stool, on the paroxysm of fever, has caused to make successful prescription with beautiful and astonishing results.

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Patient very much improved:

• Complain of no new unusual symptoms. • None of the old symptoms are worse. • An improvement in the disposition and mind has been observed. • Complete disappearance of the subjective and objective symptoms. • The patient is able to attend his / her duties and can have normal concentration in his / her work. • No recurrence for next 6 months even after discontinuation of the medicine. - Much improved: • An improvement in the disposition and mind has been observed. • Most (75%) of the subjective and objective has disappeared. • The patient is able to manage his /her duty with continuation of medicines. - Minimally improved • When only about 50% of the symptoms of the patient are subsided but with fluctuation of symptoms in lesser intensity. - Unchanged • Patient does not improve with indicated medicine although prescribed for sufficient period of time. - Minimally worse • Slight worsening of the subjective/objective symptoms. - Much worse • Worsening in the disposition and mind has been observed. • Most of the subjective and objective are worsened. • The patient is not able to manage his /her duty with continuation of medicines. - Very much worse • Complain of new unusual symptoms. • Old symptoms are worse. • Worsening in the disposition and mind has been observed. • Worsening of the subjective and objective symptoms. • The patient is not able to attend his / her duties and can have normal concentration in his / her work and requires hospitalization - Dropped out-The patient does not stick to the treatment for sufficient period of time.

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Quality of life Index is used to measure the quality of life interval of satisfaction of the life. It measures both satisfaction and importance regarding various aspects of life. Important ratings are used to weigh satisfaction response so that the score reflects satisfaction with the aspects of life that are valid by the individual. The quality of life overall cover the four domains- health and functioning, psychological/spiritual domain, social and economic domain and family. This scale will be used to assess the patient in this research. 9.11. ETHICAL ISSUES, IF ANY: The intended work is not concerned with any invasive method. The ethical committee has given permission to proceed with the same. The certificate is enclosed herewith. 10. REFERENCES / BIBLIOGRAPHY:  ALLEN, T. F.: The Principles and Practicability of Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book for Homoeopathic Physicians to use at the Bed side and in the Study of the Materia medica; Low Priced Edition: 2006; Published by B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd.; New Delhi.  BOERICKE, OSCAR E.; Repertory of Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica” Reprint Edition: July 2006; Published by Indian Books & Periodicals Publishers; New Delhi.  BOGER, C. M.: Boenninghausen’s Characteristics Materia Medica & Repertory; Reprint Edition: September 2006; Published by Indian Books & Periodicals Publishers; New Delhi.  CLOSE, STUART: The Genius of Homoeopathy, Lectures and Essays on Homoeopathic Philosophy; Low Priced Edition: August 2002; Published by B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd.; New Delhi.  HAHNEMANN, SAMUEL: Organon of Medicine; Low Priced Edition: August 2002; Published by B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd.; New Delhi.  KENT, J.T.: Lectures on Homoeopathic Philosophy; Reprint Edition: July 2004; Published by Indian Books & Periodicals Publishers; New Delhi.  KENT, J.T.: Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica; Reprint Edition: 2005; Published by Allied Medical Publishers; Kolkata  ROBERT, H. A.: The Principles and Art of Cure by Homoeopathy; Reprint Edition: September 2004; Published by Indian Books & Periodicals Publishers; New Delhi.  Burckhardt CS, Anderson KL. The Quality of Life Scale : Reliability, Validity and Utilization. Health Qual Life outcomes. 2003, October, 23; 1(60). Doi: 10.1186/1477-7525-1-60.  Busner J, Targum SD. The Clinical Global Impression Scale. Psychiatry (Edgmont). 2007, July; 4(7):28-37.

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 SUBJECT INFORMATION SHEET  Study title: “Role of physical appearance in homoeopathic prescribing.”  Investigator: Dr. Md. Taha Khan.  Study site: D. N. De Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital. 12, G.K. Road, Kolkata– 46.   You are invited to participate in the clinical study entitled “Role of physical appearance in homoeopathic prescribing.” The following information is provided for your perusal and understanding in order to help you to arrive at an informed decision whether you should participate in this clinical trial. Please feel free to ask any questions relating to this study or the information provided below. Please sign the form only if you are fully satisfied with the information given to you and understand the procedures involved in the study.  Drug Information:  Homoeopathic medicines are given to 36 no. of patients. These patients are prescribed in potencies following totality of symptoms as indicated in each individual case.  Study Purpose and Procedures:  1. Assessment of a clinical study on the role of physical appearance in homoeopathic prescribing.  2. Patients are selected on a single blind open level prospective study.  3. They will receive respective medicines, after proper fulfillment of inclusion and exclusion criteria.  4. Follow up will be done in regular interval with necessary investigations.  Possible Discomforts / Risks:  1. Medicine may not give relief, may aggravate the present condition and disease may progress further. The same will be taken care of immediately by providing proper dose of medicine and/or rescue medicine (clinical Homoeopathic treatment) where indicated.  Possible Benefits:  1. Establish the efficacy of homoeopathic medicines prescribed on the basis of physical appearance of the individual.

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Dr. S. Z. Khan’s Homoeopathic Clinical Learning Program

Classroom and Webinar sessions

Dr. S. Z. Khan is organising a clinical learning programme for the homoepathic practitioners to learn the Kolkata Brand of Classical Homoeopathy. The Program includes live and documented presentation of several cases demonstrating the different approach to the best method in homoeopathic practice.

The name of Dr. S. Z. Khan, (retd. Prof. & HOD. of Materia Medica, NIH and presently Honourable Visiting physician and Professor PG, D. N. De Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, West Bengal) is very much known in the world of Homeopathy and there may be hardly anyone who is not familiar with him in India. His innovative style of teaching Materia Medica has mesmerised the students all over. His very sharp observation and live interpretations of symptoms in patients and in drugs has astonished his students and brought acclaim from far and wide. All this made him to take Homoeopathy to the level of a ‘Passion’ for him. His very easy method of Homoeopathic Prescription has made practice of Homeopathy very easy for all. All this brought large number of patients from far and wide seeking his consultation.

Now with such a vast knowledge and experience coupled with the deep love and very special respect for homoeopathy, he has started teaching and training Homoeopathic practitioners so that they become good prescribers and achieve name and fame in the field of Homeopathy. Money and prestige will come automatically once they become master at their own place. The classical Homoeopathy has been best nurtured in Calcutta which made it the Mecca of Homoeopathy in India. The beauty of classical homoeopathy is still alive in Calcutta which is reflected in the teaching and practice of likes of Dr. S. Z. khan.

Programme details
  • Total Programme scheduled in 6 Modules.
  • 1 module every month.
  • Date – Preferably 2nd Tuesday of every month.
  • Timing – 10am to 5pm (Lunch included).
  • Programme starts (Module 1) – April’2019.
  • Special attribute – Every participant will be allowed to attend Live Clinic of Dr. S. Z. Khan every month.
  • Venue address- The Care and Cure, 14/1A Kabitirtha Sarani, Kidderpore, Kolkata- 700023, West Bengal, Landmark- Watgunj P. S.
  • Registration fee – 6000/- (for all 6 Modules)

N.B. – Live Webinar session available for Distant Candidates

For registrations and details call/whatsapp- Dr. Taha Khan – 9748546838.

Email ID- khantaha12@gmail.com.


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