B.H.M.S. (Case Taking & Repertory)(Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery in Case Taking & Repertory)
B.H.M.S. (Case Taking & Repertory)
Case taking is the process of collecting all the facts about the patient, using various tools like observation, perception, history-taking given by the patient / attendant, clinical examination etc. in order to find a remedy for the patient using our knowledge of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Organon of Medicine, and Reparatory. Collection of all the facts pertaining to the patient, which may help in reaching to the totality of the patient and thereby help in finding the correct similimum. It is also said that a case well taken is a case half cured.
Repertorisation is not only a mechanical process of counting rubrics and totaling marks obtained by a medicine, it also includes the logical steps to reach the repertory proper and finally differentiating the remedies with the help of Materia Medica. Repertory follows the logic of Induction & Deduction. The steps to repertorisation start from case taking and end by finding out simillimum.They are:-
1) Case taking.
2) Recording and interpretation.
3) Defining the problem.
4) Classifications and evaluation of symptoms.
5) Erecting totality.
6) Selection of repertory and repertorisation proper.
7) Repertorial result.
Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery in Case Taking & Repertory. It is a 5 1/2 year course including internship.
B.H.M.S. (Case Taking & Repertory) Course Eligibility
Candidates must have cleared their class 10+2 from an affiliated board or institution. Students must have taken science as well as English as their subjects of study. They must also have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects.