Scarlatina (Scarl) = Scharlach

 

Krankheit; Anfang: Frieren/Schüttelfrost/KRANK/Fieber 39° - 40° C;

1. HalsSCHMERZ (kann nicht schlucken) + rote Wangen + weißes Dreieck um Mund + Kinn;

2. Ausschlag in Achselhöhlen und Leistengegend;

Clinical: Albuminuria/nephritis/scarlet fever/skin affections/sore throat;

Negativ: Affinity for skin/throat/kidneys;

Repertorium:

Kopf: Schmerz

Magen: Erbricht

Innerer Hals: rote Rachen

Schlucken schwierig

Schmerz (< Schlucken)

Geschwollene Mandeln

Mund: Zunge himbeerfarben

Äußerer Hals: Halsdrüsen geschwollen/verhärtet

Bauch: Schmerz

Nieren: Entzündung/

Ödem.

Urin: Blutig/eiweißhaltig

Brust: Angina pectoris

Herzklopfen (neurozirkulatorische Asthenie)

Schmerz in Myokard

Glieder: Schmerz in Finger/in Hände/rheumatisch

Fieber: Hitze im Allgemeinen

Haut: grau

Hautausschläge – Erythem/Psoriasis bei geschwollenen Menschen

Allgemeines: chronisch entzündete Gelenke

Schmerz in Gelenke

Speisen und Getränke: Verlangt: Salz;

Schwäche

 

Komplementär: Bell (= An). Ign. Nat-m. Streptoc.

 

Gut gefolgt von: Bell.

 

Vergleich: Anh. Ars. Coc-c. (= Venezianische Scharlach). Diph. Morb. Phyt. (= Kermesbeerewurzel/= Scharlach beere/= Raisin d’amerique/= amerikanische Nachtschatten).

Rhus-t. Salvia sclerea. (= Muskatellersalbei/= Scharlachkraut/= Clary Sage). Streptoc (wenn Scarl versagt). Tell.

Siehe: Ammonium carbonicumgruppe + Nosoden allgemein + Kinderkrankheit. + Impfungen. + Anhang

 

Antidotiert von: Crot-h. Merc. (wards off acute hydrocephalus after Scarlatina/child rolls the head and moans, and the head sweats).

Vorbeugend: Bell. Diph. Eucal.

Krankheit: Ail. (Stupor, imperfect rash, dark and purplish; throat swollen, livid and infiltration of the cellular tissue about the neck; excoriating nasal discharge, drowsiness and prostration,

the stools thin, bloody and offensive and there is much fetor to all the discharges). Asim (Bell + heiser).

[H.C. Allen]

Apis has cured scarlatina albuminuria after Canth., Dig. and Hell. failed.

[W.A. Dewey]

Zinc-met. in Eruptive Diseases: indicated in Scarlatina and other eruptive diseases, when the patient is too weak to develop an eruption, and resulting often in brain symptoms (meningitis), with sharp pains through the head.

[Elizabeth Wright Hubbard]

Ail-g.: Desperate cases of scarlet fever, when there is a purplish rash, or a purple miliary rash, and the skin is also purple.

[Kent]

Am-c. “It has in its nature all that there is of the nature of things grave and serious.” When the rash comes to the surface, but the patient is not relieved, or the rash recedes

too early from weakness and brain trouble threatens. Scharlach + schläfrig/Miliaria-Ausschlag während Scharlach

 

Bell. (wenn Bell versagt Sang)

Bromium, when the parotids became involved (l.), did better than any other remedy.

Bry.

Kassiterit/Rotlicht

Ananas

Vauc

Apis.: brennendes Stechen

Arum-t.: zupft an Lippen/excoriating nasal discharge, with swollen "cats tongue"/tonsils swollen and painful dry cough.

Calc.: Parotitis + Scarl. blass/schlaff

Calc-s.: Ödem nach Scharlach

Carb-v.: septic conditions; in scarlet fever; in any disease which takes on a sluggish form, with purplish and mottled appearance of the skin.

Gels.: cerebral congestion and nervous excitement, moderates the pulse, and has great power in developing the eruption when it is imperfect.

recommended when the symptoms are of a remittent character.

[E. Harris Ruddock]

Malignant Scarlatina with foetid discharge from the nostril + cracking at the angles of the mouth. It should be administered early, in a strong form, and frequently repeated.

Lyc.: Ödem während Scharlach

Mallein/Hippoz.: odour of breath is putrid/buccal passages filled with tenacious lymph and mucus, tonsils swolLEN.

Merc-i-r.: glandular swellings during or following Scarlet Fever.

Nat-s.: Ödem nach Scharlach

Rhus-t.: Ausschlag. Scharlach + Parotitis

Sang.: wann Bell versagt

Scharlach behandelt mit Antibiotika: Scarl

Zinc-met.: in Scarlatina and other eruptive diseases, when the patient is too weak to develop an eruption, and as a result there are often brain symptoms, such as meningitis,

with sharp pains through the head.

[Joseph D. Laurie]

Distinguishing Scarlatina from Measles

Scarl.: The eruption in scarlet fever generally develops itself in from 24 - 48 hours, that of measles rarely sets in before the 3rd or 5th day.

In Scarlatina there is also an absence of catarrhal symptoms, as cough, sneezing, and watering eyes. The greatly accelerated pulse, heat of skin, and high temperature, also denote the approach of scarlatina.

Morb.: eruption of measles rarely sets in before the 3rd or 5th day.

                                  

Wirkung: lithämisch

Allerlei: Streptokokken befallen von Viren/statt Eiter Scharlachgift

 

 

Vorwort/Suchen.                                Zeichen/Abkürzungen.                                   Impressum.