Cialis tadalafil on the seasons, these or other diseases develop. The doctrine of climate follows naturally from this. Age can be compared to the time of year, for each age has a different state of warmth. Eating and exercising can cause deficiency or excess disorders by promoting or hindering the intake of unused energy by the body. The study of changes under the influence of diseases, ancient M. began with fluids, why the pathology of Hippocrates is called humoral. In his opinion, health depends on the correct mixing of liquids, or kraza. The disease stems from a disorder of liquids killing. In this regard, there is a doctrine of the so-called nepevapuvanie (coccus) of liquids: for example.
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The signs of disease are worked out to the extreme. It is advised to use all the senses when examining the patient, and objective signs of disorders are reported. Many of the techniques described by Hippocrates have been applied by modern M. only recently, for example. tapping and listening, and some still await solid development. Surgery is such a complete science in the Hippocratic collection that it involuntarily arouses surprise even in our time. Modern M. cannot add anything significant to the doctrine of fractures and dislocations, as well as to the treatment of wounds. The operations of trepanation, removal of pus from the chest, puncture of the abdomen and many others are also perfectly developed. Bleeding is the weak side of hippocratic surgery, due to the inability to stop them by ligating blood vessels; therefore, amputations, excretion of large tumors, in general, operations with a large loss of blood were not performed and the corresponding patients were left to their own devices.
For the use of remedies, the appropriate time and state of the disease are indicated.
cure the disease, it is necessary to digest the juices; the elimination of the digested fluid was called a crisis; the latter occurs according to strictly defined laws, and therefore occurs on special critical days established for each disease, but somewhat fluctuating depending on various reasons. This teaching is reminiscent in part of modern views on the resolution of diseases. For Hippocrates, prediction forms the basis of all practical M. It complements what the patient did not want or could not tell. Turning to the present, the prediction explains the difference between health and disease and the dangers awaiting the patient; the prediction then shows what to expect in the future. Treatment is also part of a system based everywhere on experience and observation.