A boy of 18 months was admitted to the children’s ward in the morning, having developed the first symptoms of bronchopneumonia during the previous evening. I put him on Lyc 200 two-hourly, but when I saw him that evening there was no improvement in his condition. In these circumstances there is almost always some sign of improvement in eight or ten hours at the most, with the right remedy. A routine throat swab taken on admission showed the presence of Vincent’s angina 2. There were no other obvious symptoms pointing to another remedy, and I considered prescribing penicillin as he was quite ill. The chart showed a marked discrepancy between pulse and temperature with a relative tachycardia, and I put him on Pyrogenium 200 two-hourly, but asked the night sister to call me if there was any change for the worse, and to give him penicillin immediately. He was much better in the morning and a throat swab demonstrated that the Vincent’s angina had disappeared. He had not needed penicillin. He made an uneventful recovery but was rather slow in finally clearing up. He was given Psor, which is complementary to Pyrogenium, with apparently good results. In this case there were no other symptoms such as restlessness, offensiveness, etc. Subsequently I have prescribed Pyrogenium on the basis of relative tachycardia, or a swinging temperature when a septic focus was present, when apparently indicated remedies failed, often in the absence of any other Pyrogenium symptoms, and almost always successfully.
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