CASE I

Male aged 55 yrs.

This case presented to me as a right sided diabetic foot with superadded pseudomonas infection. These type of cases are falsely attributed the term wet gangrene which in fact is very rare in occurrence and is seen only when the arterial as well as the venous blood flow is blocked or impeded simultaneously.
The entire plantar aspect or the sole of the foot was affected in this case and four of his toes barring the Great toe were already amputed at a premier Municipal Governmental Hospital in Mumbai(Bombay), India. His great toe was also gangrenous.
He was advised Below Knee Amputation by the attending Surgeon as the domonas infection is a life threatening infection and dangerous for other patients in the Hospital too and is typically called an Hospital infection. This type of infection is treated with the help of third generation antibiotics which often do not work.
My approach to this case was a thorough debridement or cleaning up of the infe ‹cted and dead tissues of the plantar aspect or sole of the foot with the help of my surgeon friend who is a part of my team. I started his treatment with insulin therapy and my Oral Homoeopathic Medicine which led to the mummification or drying and shriveling of his great toe and ultimate dropping off or auto-amputation of the same.
The foot was wonderfully vascularised i.e. the blood supply to the foot was re-established and the cure took place without any plastic surgery or skin grafting. The healing took place by secondary intention that is by filling up of the wound by granulation tissue and finally by the appearance of new skin tissue over the entire sole of the foot. The result is for all to see and appears like a magical transformation. Yes this is possible.

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CASE 2

Female aged 43 yrs.

This is a case of Dry Diabetic Gangrene and it exemplifies my method of cure of Diabetic Foot and Gangrene. This case presented to me as a case of Dry Diabetic Gangrene of the Third toe of the left Foot and the second and fourth toe of the right foot. The gangrenous portions were restricted to the skin and were threatening to go deeper with worsening of her blood supply to the toes. She had very weak Dorsalis Pedis pulses on both the feet. She had been advised amputation of all of her affected toes by a surgeon, in a Prominent Diabetic Institute of India, who had already amputed two toes of her left foot earlier to prevent the spread of gangrene to the rest of the left foot.
Her blood sugar was not under control and she was advised to take a higher dosage of Oral Hypoglycaemic Agents by her physician to control her blood sugar.
Her blood sugar came under control but her gangrene worsened. She came to me at this juncture and the first thing I did was to put her on Insulin to achieve strict control of her blood sugar. This was because in my experience I have found that Insulin Therapy is the only method of control of blood sugar as far as diabetic Foot and gangrene are concerned. This is because Insulin not only controls Blood sugar but also helps in Healing of the lesions as it helps in carrying proteins across to the affected part .She was prescribed my Oral Homoeopathic Medicine and within 48 hours her Dorsalis Pedis pulses had started bounding. There was no surgical intervention but local dressing was done with my Homoeopathic Mother Tinctures to prevent superadded infection. Within two weeks the gangrenous portions dropped off and new skin emerged underneath with a wonderful pink colour as opposed to the dull purplish hue her skin had earlier on account of the compromised blood supply when she first came to me.

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CASE 3

Male aged 45 yrs.

This case presented to me as a non healing ulcer of the left heel in a Diabetic Patient. He was operated on his heel at a private surgical institute eight times by the attending surgeons. He was finally advised amputation as a last recourse to stop the spread of the infection to the rest of the foot and to prevent septicaemia. When he came to me he had a huge bleb or blister on the central part of the sole(Plantar aspect) of the left foot. He was in a septicaemic condition and was having chills or rigors. He was already on a broad spectrum antibiotic which was retained by me. As per my requirement a thorough debridement was performed by my Surgical colleague.There was a deep wound at the end of this process which connected the heel wound to the wound which we had created in the centre of the foot to drain all the pus from the blister which had formed. This drainage of the pus led to an alleviation of the patients suffering as his rigors subsided and the septicaemia came under control. The wound was then dressed with my Homoeopathic Local Medicine(Homoeopathic Mothert Tinctures) to prevent any more infection and to stimulate the formation of granulation tissue to fill in the tract which had formed. The control of Diabetes Mellitus was achieved by Insulin Therapy only and was hiked from day to day as per the requirement till a taut control was achieved.
The Insulin dosage was finally tapered to a maintainance dosage as soon as the infection was eradicated.
The entire wound filled up in twenty one (21) days. The patient was hospitalised during this period after which he was advised to see me on a weekly basis for subsequent follow up treatment mainly the maintainance of good vascularity and strict control of blood sugar.


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CASE 4

Male aged 18 yrs.

This case is very unique in every sense of the word such that he had Gangrene of the fingers and toes of both his hands and feet without having a history of Diabetes Mellitus, Smoking , Burns, Trauma or any of the common causes of Gangrene. He had a history of Meningococcal Meningitis which led to septic emboli being lodged in the small blood vessels supplying the fingers and toes.
He developed Dry Gangrene of all the distal phalanges and some proximal phalanges of both his hands and feet.
He was admitted in a renowned municipal Hospital in Mumbai(Bombay), India for a period of 9 months. The surgeons attending on him were hoping to achieve auto amputation or dropping off of the affected parts of the fingers and toes. This phenomenon however did not occur on its own and the surgeons decided to opt for amputation of both his hands and feet to minimize his suffering and to cut short his stay at the Hospital.This was however not very palatable for the young man of eighteen and he turned to me for an answer, having read about my cures of Gangrene in a local newspaper. He was administered my Oral Homoeopathic Medicine only and that too at home. He only saw me on an O.P.D. basis every week and within two weeks the line of demarcation (the border between healthy and gangrenous tissue which indicates the cessation of spread of the gangrene.) was formed. This phenomenon occurs due to a process called apoptosis. This was followed within two weeks by auto-amputation of the affected parts of the fingers and toes. With a proper rehabilitation schedule he has become adept at doing his day to day work in a near normal manner.

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