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A Case of Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

Hpathy Ezine, June, 2013 | Print This Post Print This Post |

Dr. Sanjay G. Padole finds the simillimum for a baby with Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease.

Mast KKK.

Date 26.04.2012

Age – New born male child with 2.5 kg birth weight.

History:  During full term Anc baby was detected to be having Arrhythmia and cause was not known.

His ECG showed frequent ectopics with tachycardia up to 150 – 160/min.

Remedy Given – Nat.Mur 1M one dose.


Follow up :  29.04.2012

Frequency of ectopics reduced and tachycardia came down to 140 / min.

No Improvement in weight of baby.

Remedy – Nat.Mur 1 M one dose.


Follow up:  14.05.2012

No tachycardia.

Ectopics in ECG present but frequency same.

2 D echo – 30.04.2012 shows : Acyanotic  congenital heart disease.

Small Apical Muscular VSD with left to right shunt.

Moderate pulmonary hypertension.

Normal left ventricular systolic & right ventricular function.

Frequent ectopic noted during study.

Advised – Anti-failure treatment & follow up echo after 3 months.

Scanned copy of above 2 D echo report is below –

Case of Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

Remedy given – Medhorrinum 200 one dose.

Follow up: 06.06.12

No any complaints.

ECG with in normal limit.

2 D echo – Within normal limit.

Scanned copy of above 2 D echo report is below –


Remedy – S.L

Comment : Patient was given only homeopathic medicine and cardiologist suggested to give anti-failure treatment, but we declined this. We had given Reiki Therapy along with homoeopathic medicine.

Nat.mur was given on the basis of his mother’s constitutional medicine, and the same medicine matches with the symptomatology of the baby.


Sanjay Padole

Dr. Sanjay Gavaji Padole M.D "“ graduated from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University and Shri Bhagwan Homoeopathic medical college, Aurangabad. He worked as Resident medical officer at Seth Nandlal Dhoot Hospital Aurangabad and trained at Homoeopathic Education And Research Institute, Dr Kishor Mehta. Vileparle, Mumbai. Since 2003 he"™s has had his own clinic at Mit hospital Cidco, n-4, Aurangabad,Maharashtra, India. His special interests include Indian mythology.



    June 19, 2013

    good dr sanjay we want more cases keep it up

  2. Santanu Maity

    santanu maity

    June 21, 2013

    Sir.i find your article very very educative.your indcated way give me courage and hope that this type of patients can be cured. Sir. i am confused how mother’s constitution can be considered as baby’s constitution? please teach me.

  3. ganesan.m

    July 4, 2013

    Sir, Dr.Sanjay Padole had not given the NAT_M. and MED. symptoms for drug selection.I find most of the case presentasion is without diagnostic differences symptoms.In what way the case presentation do help for others?

  4. Dr rajesh kumar gupta

    July 11, 2013

    sorry…but i m not impressed….two med. was given to patient but their indication was not narreted….which med.cured baby?most of small vsd with left to right shunt are cured spontanously with in few month.

  5. manish tiwari

    July 14, 2013

    I am impressed It was the best treatmet and I can understand why Nat Mur was prescribes. It was a difficult task to select the medcine & it was successfully done. Thank you for sharing your experience.

  6. Siddiqa

    July 19, 2013

    why did you give medorrhinum in this case

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