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Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

Teething At The Sixth Month And Homoeopathy

The sixth month of life usually coincides with teething . the very act of teething can provoke illness , because of piercing of the gums creates pain and inflammation which can extend to the pharynx ears –otitis and respiratory tract the...

Clinical Experience Of Bites And Homoeopathic...

The subject seems to be a simple one , but few cases which require further study and to come to a conclusion Bites may be caused by various living creatures , not excluding the human being , It ranges from dog , cat , rat bandicoots , snake human...

Identification Of The Individuality Of A Living...

Author: Prof.Dr.Khan Singh Amera M.D. (Hom.)  Professor and head, Deptt.of FMTDr.MPK Homoeopathic Medical College, hospital and research center, Jaipur ABSTRACT Establishment of the individuality of a living / dead/ known / unknown person required...

Study Of Nux Vomica Poison

NUX V0MICA (KUCHILA)• Spinal poison.• The ripe fruits of the plant contain seeds which are poisonous.• The seeds are hard and flat about 2 cms in diameter and ½ cms in thickness and slightly convex on one side and concave on the other. Nux vomica...

Professional Misconduct

Author:Dr Vidya Sanjay Pendse                                 M.D.(HOM).                         Professor & H.O.D.of F.M.&T.                                   C.D.Pachchigar college of Homoeopathy Medicine, Surat Professional Misconduct...

Medico-legal Autopsy

MEDICO-LEGAL AUTOPSYIt is a post mortem examination of dead bodies to ascertain the cause of either unnatural or suspicious deaths.Historical BackgroundIt is not with surety when was the first medico-legal autopsy was held. But from the record, it...

Asphyxiants

HYDROCYANIC ACID (HCN) PropertiesIn purest form it is gas, anhydrous, colorless and highly volatile liquid.Uses Calcium and magnesium cyanide are used to fumigate ships and houses.Ca (CN)2 used in mining industry.Cyanogen chloride – insecticide.KCN...

Cardiac Poisoning

1. Aconite Natural Order: RanunculaceaePhysical Character2-6 feet height, all parts are poisonous.Active PrinciplesAconine and AconitineSigns and Symptoms Burning, tingling of lips, nausea, salivations and vomiting.Formication over body.Pupils:...

Nux Vomica

Natural Order : LoganaceaeAlkaloidsStrychnine and BrucineUseIP products – used as wormin paste.Medico-legal Importance Homicidal: Used as arrow poisonSuicidalAccidental Fatal Dose Strychnine: 50-100 mgSeed: 1 crashed seed Fatal Period : 1-2...

Cocaine

Cocaine is an alkaloid from plant Erythroxylum coca.UseIt is usually used as local anesthetic agent.Fatal Dose : 1.25 gm by oral routeFatal Period : Within minutes to few hours.Medico-legal ImportanceAccidental poisoning: Locally it paralyses the...

Cannabis Indica

Natural order: UrticaceaeForms in which it is Consumed1.    Bhang/SidhiContains dried leaves and stalk of the plant consumed in the form of decoction or dried leaves are made into paste and taken into the form of a bolus.2...

Datura (Thorn Apple)

It has two varieties: Datura alba (Safe Datura)Datura nigra (Kala Datura) IdentificationThe plant grows upto height of 2-3 meters, has green leaves, bell shaped flower and lobular thorny fruit.Active PrincipleHyocin, Hyoscyamin and DaturineUses As a...