Another small book by Dr. Burnett - dealing with fevers and blood poisoning cases with special reference to the use of Pyrogenium as the remedy. A valuable commentary on the utility of Pyrogenium in septic fevers & it's comparison with the other commonly indicated remedies. Burnett has included detailed case notes and gives a history of how and why he came to experiment with Pyrogenium, firstly on himself and then on patients -a fascinating read.
Dr. James Compton Burnett was born on July 10, 1840 and died_on April 2, 1901.He studied Medicine in Vienna and received his M.D. from Glasgow in 1872. As a brilliant anatomist & pathologist his dedication to the principles that Hahnemann set forth were obvious in all of his writings. He was one of the groups (Burnett, Cooper. and J. H Clarke) that met regularly to discuss homeopathy & his observations are well noted in Clarke three Volume Dictionary of Materia Medica. Burnett was one of the first to speak about vaccination triggering illness. Along with other nosodes, he introduced the remedy Baccillinum. His famous publications were - "Gout & its Cure", "Curability of Cataract with Medicine", "Vaccinosis" etc.
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