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Siehe unten:

Serum of Yersin (Yers) = 

 

Allerlei:

Rodentiae. sind Wirt vor Flöhe die Pest übertragen und lebt in Nagetiere

Tin. pest = deterioration of tin objects at low temperatures/= tin disease/= tin blight/= tin leprosy. (Lèpre d'étain).

Tb.: = weiße Pest/= weiße Tod.

Schistocerca americana. = Heuschrecke

 

Haffkine o. Pestinum (Haff) = Vaccin mit Pferdeserum/Pest = Schwarze Tod.

 

Krankheit: Reaktionen auf Pest: Flüchten/Minderheit anschuldigen/Kranke im Stich lassen/“Florence Nightingale“ syndrom/SCHULD empfinden/ausrauben (Leichenfledderer)

Patient riecht wie Äpfeln; Plötzlich/SCHNELL nach Flohbiss, Nägel/Lippen bläulich, schwarze Verfärbungen unter Haut, 1. Kopfschmerz/übel/FieBER, 2. Husten (Blut)/Schwellungen (hart/verfärbt) Leisten, 3. Niedrige Blutdruck/Koma;

A. After 1 - 2 days local lymphatic nodes swell and the patient gets high fever headache/pains of the whole body/vertigo/chills/palpitations/burning skin over the lymph nodes. Whole body burns, screams because of the pains in lymph nodes. 2. vomiting/sometimes diarrhea and hypotension. 3. Swelling of lymph nodes of the whole body, FIEBER (41° - 42°). Dull or anxious, terrifying nightmares. Pulse weak/fast, circulatory collapse develops.

B. Sometimes develops gangren on limbs (fingers) nose tip and ears followed. A thrombocytopenia, with petechias at the beginning, dark violet or black spots spreading all over the body/finally the whole body was black (Black Death). C. Pulmonary plague is main manifestation. It is an air-born infection. During one day a serious breathlessness with copious expectoration of a watery sputum and high fever with heart failure. Patients died within 2 days. D. Worst form was called "pestis siderans" (= striking plague), only a few symptoms developed but the patient died during 12 - 18 hours because of heart failure.

Surviving patient suffer many months from weakness, wounds heal slowly with prolonged suppuration and frequent secondary infections.

Ursache: Yersinia pestis ansteckend und tödLICH;

Clinical: Bubo/plague/typhus;

Negativ: Shocked, confused and destroyed by something quite new, unknown, terrifying, almost impossible;

 

ZEIT-ONLINE

Was ist die Pest?

Was eine Infektion mit Bakterien anrichten kann – dafür ist die Pest ein historisches Beispiel. Fast 30 Millionen Menschen starben im Mittelalter an ihr. Dass sie ausgerottet sei, ist ein Irrglaube.

Nicht nur in Ländern mit mangelnder Gesundheitsversorgung, auch in den USA tritt sie weiterhin auf. In den Jahren 2010 bis 2015 registrierte die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO 3.248 Pest-Fälle, darunter 584 Tote. Weitere Fälle, etwa aus Madagaskar in den Jahren 2016 und 2017 noch nicht eingerechnet.

Bliebe die Infektion unbehandelt, sterben 30 bis 60% der Infizierten daran, im Fall der Lungenpest sogar nahezu alle. Da Antibiotika gegen das Bakterium wirken, kann die Pest, rechtzeitig erkannt, gut behandelt werden.

Quellen: WHO/CDC

Lungenpest

Wer sich die Pest einfängt, bekommt bestenfalls ein bisschen Husten und Schnupfen, etwas Fieber und fühlt sich erkältet und ziemlich schlapp. Schlimmstenfalls entwickelt der Infizierte eine lebensbedrohliche Lungenpest. Die endet dann nicht nur in 95% aller Fälle tödlich, sondern ist auch von Mensch zu Mensch sehr ansteckend.

Beulenpest

Eine weitere Form ist die Beulenpest. Dabei schwellen rund um die Bissstellen der Flöhe -der Überträger des Pest-Bakteriums- die Lymphknoten und -bahnen des Patienten an. Sehr hohes Fieber, Symptome wie bei einer schweren echten Grippe folgen. Fast jeder Zweite, der so eine schwere Beulenpest bekommt, bekommt eine schwere Blutvergiftung (Sepsis), die Organe versagen und er ist nach einem bis zwei Tagen tot.

 

 

Pestinum (Pest)

Plaguinum = Pestnosode. ? Trituration des Virus ?.

Klinisch: Bubo. Flecktyphus. Pest.

Die Prophylaxe und die Behandlung der Pest mit Injektionen von mehr oder weniger verändertem Pestvirus durch Ärzte der Alten Schule beweist, dass sich die Pestnosode, wie andere Nosoden, für die Behandlung von Krankheit eignet, aus der sie gewonnen wurde.

Repertorium:

Bauch: Bubo

Fieber: Continua/epidemisches Fleckfieber

 

 

Repertorium:                                                                                  [Josef Stefanek, Jozefina Stefankova]

Mind: Unusual equanimity, not bothered by exams, anger of others, smiles at things which would normally stress him or make him angry

No fear of authorities/systematic chaos

Clear thinking but worse expression of thoughts, cannot find correct words

Acceptance of disagreeable events (failure at exam)

Sensitive to noise, calm in quarrels until others speak loudly, then explodes

Fear of heart disease during palpitations/darkness/of being alone/during night

Sadness, he is alone, nobody can help him

"Out of body" feeling

Reproaches himself because of trifles, feeling of failure, suddenly woke up during the night because he recalled he had neglected his duties

Helpless, irresole

Fear of unknown things (mainly expressed in dreams)

Confusion

Weakness, aversion to everything

Ghosts, spirits sees, in the darkness

Company, desire for

Head: Dull or cutting pain behind eyes, worse right side/Sharp, cutting or pulsating pain over right zygomatic bone

Eyes: Sharp pain in r. eye/Photophobia/Congested conjunctiva/twitching of r. eyelid

Burning of eyes, raw feeling

Ears: Stinging pain right side

Nose: Red tip/Sensitive to odor of food, as if spoilt

Mouth: Foetid breath, as from spoiled meat/Ulcers

Tongue burning/Salivation abundant

Throat: burning pain in throat, difficult empty swallowing/constriction, as if strangled by a string, worse by empty swallowing

External throat: Fullness, expansion/Lymph nodes enlarged, < r. side

Pulsation/Aversion to tight collars

Stomach: Dull pain, pressure, burning/Hunger with aversion to food

As if a bubble in stomach, rising upwards, causing breathlessness

Restlessness and trembling in stomach/Nausea from the smell of food

Abdomen: Tension

Chest: Palpitations/Heart “As if trembling”

Burning pain when breathing/Breathlessness/ Suffocation from too much sputum

Cough dry or with copious watery expectoration

Rectum: Constipation with hard stool/Cramps in rectum/Frequent urging

Back: sensitive Skin

Extremeties: Blisters on the soles form without any apparent cause, as if every step would spread them

Trembling and weakness/cramps in r. hand < writing/burning and stiffness of joints/swelling of fingers/cramping pain in r. great toe

Dreams: Getting wet in rain/Death of a close person with fear of being alone/Fights/Erotic/Childbirth/Many same things (fruits/false banknotes/eggs/bateries)

Optimistic/sympathic people around/stinking bone in mouth/Insults/travelling/unreal/separated/impossible/unbelievable/unexisting things/animals and events:

Skin: sensitive to pressure/sore, as if bruised/burning

Perspiration: Hot

Generalities: Fatigue

Chilly (# hot flushes)

Twitching of muscles/Pain of muscles as if during a grippe

Hard bed feeling

Inner trembling

Aversion to draft

 

Komplementär: Nat-m.

 

Vergleich: Yers. (= Antipestserum). Siehe: Nosoden allgemein

 

Antidotiert von: Ars.? Ign. Naja. Oper. Tarent-c.

Profylaktisch: Ign. Tarent-c.

Allerlei:

Pest birds (= Pica pica = Elster und Garrulus glandarius = Eichelhäher/Aves).

Helianthus tuberosus (= Topinambur/= Jerusalem artichoke./= Sunchoka/wurde als Lepraverursacher gesehen)

Leprakönig = Todesgott

Sankt Rochus heilt Pesterkrankten/heilt selbst vom Pestkrankheit/gerettet vom Hund.

Sankt Adrian von Nicodemium = Pestheilige Lissabons/= Martyrer/= Soldat./Schutz der Schmieden + Scharfrichter + Boten.

Astrologie: conjunction of Saturn/Jupiter/Mars in the house of Aquarius

 

Phytologie: Carli-a

 

 

Serum of Yersin (Yers) = Antipestserum

 

Repertorium:

Kopf: Beschwerden des Hirnhauts nach Influenza

Bauch: Leberabszess

Entzündung in Ileum/in Dünndarm (bei Kleinkind)/in Schleimhaut von Dünndarm und Dickdarm – akut/

Gastroenteritis (+ verletzte Ileum/Sommer)

Atmung: Atemnot, Dyspnoe, erschwertes Atmen

Rasselnd

Auswurf: Dick/rosa

Fieber: Intensive Hitze

Haut: gelb/Hautausschläge - Erythema nodosum

Allgemeines: Influenza

Parkinson-Syndrom

Beulenpest/Sepsis.

 

Komplementär: BCG. Nat-m.

 

Vergleich: Amor-r. Mimo-p. Tinpest.

Siehe: Nosoden allgemein

 

Antidotiert von: Bdellovibrio bacteriovirul (= unschädlich für Menschen). Spinnen.

 

Allerlei: More feared as Tb./malaria/typhus/cholera/leprosy etc., generally considered the worst/most/ infectious disease possible.

Latin expressions "pestis" and "pestillentia", as also the Greek word "o loimos", mean the same - plague, dying, death, contagion. The Czech word "mor" has the same root as "mreni" dying and "smrt", death. One of forms of plague received an all-telling nickname - Black Death.

There are many historical records about plague, even from Ancient Greece and Rome but the first confirmed epidemy of plague came to Europe in 1347. During the siege of the city of Kaffa the Tartars threw with catapults into the city corpses of people who died on a new, unknown disease which came from the East. The disease then spread rapidly throughout  Europe. The results of the first epidemy were horrible - about one half of the inhabitants of Europe died but in some cities only every tenth survived. According to some historical records, about 25.000.000 to 46.000 000 people died. Ancient historian speaks about 10.000 people dying during one day in Constantinopole. Then many other epidemies continued. The last epidemy was in Manguria in 1910 (pulmonary form with 100% mortality).

Although a lot of effort was done to avoid or to fight the disease, the course was the same. Treated the best possible way or not treated at all, everybody died. Plague was fair to all, it killed the beggars and the kings. There was only one way of survival - running away. But it supported the spread of the disease. As the cause of disease, the rotten air and water came into consideration. Some enlightened  people found the connection between the ill and the dead rats and the disease. "If dead rats are found on the streets, the plague is approaching." But many people thought the disease had come because of their sins. It is even written in the Apocalypse "And I looked, and there was a pale green horse. The horseman on it was named Death, and Hades was following him. Authority was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill by the sword/famine/plague/wild animals of the Earth. " (Re 6:8). It sometimes led to a religious fanatism. The flagellants appeared - people who tortured themselves with whips as an expression of their repentance. The worst was when people considered some minority, usually Jews, to be responsible for the disease. The pogroms often followed. Sometimes, from fear of the disease, still living ill people were burnt in their own houses.

After the epidemy finished, the social structures were destroyed. There was nobody who would have worked in the fields, domestic animals ran away. Wolves came from the forests. Most of the surviving people had serious complications of the disease, many months were necessary for full recovery. There was nobody who could help them. The robbers took what was still left.

Here is a description of the epidemy in Florence in 1347:

"The plague was everywhere. Nearly in every house there was somebody who was ill. The doctors refused to examine the patients because of the fear of contagion, and if some of them, after receiving a huge sum of gold, came to the patient, dressed in a long black coat and a mask with aromatic herbs, he only examined his pulse, reversing his face. But most of them fled from the city as the first ... Even the closest relatives of patients left them because of fear. They told them they would go for help but they did not return. And if he asked them not to leave because he had a fear to stay alone, they waited until he fell asleep and then they left. Son left his mother, brother his sister, husband his wife. And if the patient felt better the next morning he found himself alone. And he was so weak that he could not call anybody. And even if somebody heard the weak voice of the ill, who would dare to come to the plague house?  ... At the very beginning dead people were burried at the cemetry but then there were too many. A huge grave was dug next to the church. People called "vultures" walked during the night through the city and loaded the corpses on carriages. In the morning the layer of dead bodies was covered with earth and the following night a new layer of corpses was laid. During the epidemy, from March to October 96.000 people died in Florence."

 

 

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