STUDY - Technical - New Dacian's Medicine
To Study - Technical - Dorin M


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In this material you have at your disposal only a simple list of diseases belonging to this "group" of diseases (with minimum details necessary for correct identification/catalogue), as it is present in the "Table Lists of Diseases" published by accredited public institutions.

In Romania this list is published by the "National Center for the Organization and Assurance of the Information and Information System in the Field of Health" being taken from the "International and Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems"...


Here we can discuss injuries, poisonings and other consequences of external causes.

These are represented by: 1. Head injuries, 2. Injuries to the neck, 3. Traumatic injuries of the abdomen, lower back, lower back, lumbar spine and pelvis, 4. Injuries to the shoulder and upper arm, 5. Injuries to the elbow and forearm, 6. Injuries to the fist and hand, 6. Injuries to the hip and upper arm, 5. Injuries to the elbow and forearm, 6. Injuries to the fist and hand, 6. Injuries to the hip and thighs , 7. Injuries to the knee and lower leg, 8. Injuries to the ankle and foot, 9. Injuries involving multiple regions of the body, 10. Injuries of an unspecified part of the torso, limb or region of the body, 11. Effects of penetration of a foreign body through a natural orifice, 12. Burns (classified in a. Burns of the external surface of the body, specified by localization, b. Burns of the eye and internal organs and c. Burns of multiple and unspecified regions of the body), 13. Frostbite, 14. Drug, drug and biological substances poisoning, 15. Toxic effects of substances in particular non-medicinal as that sources, 16. Other unspecified causes of external causes, 17. Some early complications of trauma, 18. Complications of surgical and medical care, not elsewhere classified, 19. Other complications of trauma not classified elsewhere and 20. Sequels of lesions, poisonings and other consequences of external causes.

Birth and obstetric traumas are excluded here.

Descriptions of "customization" in the case of injuries, wounds, fractures, dislocations and sprains, lesions of nerves and spinal cord, lesions of blood vessels, lesions of the muscle, fascia and tendon, lesions of internal organs, and others, consider, in addition to localization, standard descriptions of: Superficial lesion includes: abrasion, flickena (non-thermal), concussion (including bruising and hematoma), lesion through the superficial foreign body (splinter) without major open wound.

The open wound includes: animal bite, cutting, laced, perforated wound, NOS, penetrating lesion. Fracture includes closed and open forms, excluding pathological fractures, NOS, osteoporosis, excessive strain, badly strengthened fracture and unconsolidated fracture (pseudoarthrosis).

The closed fracture includes the forms: 1. Cominutive (with or without delayed healing, "complement" description valid for all forms described here at closed fractures), 2. Low, 3. Vertical part, 4. Cracked, 5. In green wood, 6. Clogged, 7. Linear, 8. Walk, 9. Simple, 10. Epiphysal displacement, 11. Spiral, 12. Deployed, 13. Moved.

Open fracture includes forms: 1. Compound (with or without delayed healing, with the same indication above), 2. Infected, 3. Following the explosion of a projectile, 4. Punctual, 5. With a foreign body.

Dislocation, sprain and stretching include: 1. Sweeping of "cartilage of the joint, joint (capsule), ligament" (this specification" is repeated in all the "descriptions" of this group), 2. Laceration, 3. The sprain, 4. Stretch, 5. Traumatic a. Hemartrosis, b. Rupture, c. Subluxation, d. Tearing.

Injury of nerves and spinal cord including: 1. Complete or incomplete lesion of the spinal cord, 2. Injury in the continuity of nerves and spinal cord, 3. Traumatic a. Nerve section, b. Hematomyelia, c. Paralysis (transitional), d. Paraplegia, e. Quadriplegia.

Blood vessel damage including: 1. Blood vessel shearing, 2. Cutting of blood vessels, 3. Laceration of blood vessels, 4. Traumatic a. Aneurysm or fistula (arteriovenous) blood vessels, b. Arterial hematoma of blood vessels, c. The rupture of the blood vessels.

Injury of the muscle, fascia and tendon including: 1. Sweeping of the "muscle, fascia and tendon" (this specification" is repeated in all the "descriptions" of this group), 2. Cutting, 3. Laceration, 4. The sprain, 5. Stretch, 6. Traumatic rupture.

Traumatic amputation (no additional groupings).

Injury of internal organs including: 1. Injuries by explosion of internal organs, 2. Echimosis of internal organs, 3. Concussional lesions of internal organs, 4. Crushing of internal organs, 5. Laceration of internal organs, 6. Traumatic a. Hematoma of internal organs, b. The sting of internal organs, c. Rupture of internal organs, d. Tearing of internal organs.

Other injuries and unspecified (without additional groupings).

From what I have described above it is quite obvious that the "details" attract a huge amount of information, which is why we have not done as in the other groups ... That would be a prime reason for the omission of "detail".

The second reason, in fact the most important, is that I do not want to make this blog a medical treatise, proper. I wouldn't have authorized it, and there's been enough medical treatment for me to waste myself with that...

Note: The term "waste" is used because any medical treatment has a certain life period of applicability. All respect for doctors who invest their life time in such treaties, thus helping to make the permanent progress of their profession. They are absolutely obliged to do so, as long as they have the resources to do so. In my case, all I want to do is give ideas to the truly qualified. Thanks for understanding!

So, as I stated in the "note" my goal is a real analysis of the "New Medicine" type, as I understand it and perceive it and the authors I agree with.

Or, traumas, are predominantly "acute", immediate intervention, and classical medicine does its admirable duty in this regard.

From the point of view of the new medicine, even if it seems that we have skipped the subject, there is a different way of treatment, even if quite structured and varied...

To understand the "omission" I will make a small description with tangency to the new medicine of this "subdomain".

Bones represent the "part" of support of the human body, the basic structure, its pillars, the solid structure of the body, the tree of life, the fundamental armature on which the whole being is built, the support of the emotional body.

Bones also relate to the structure of laws and the fundamental principles with which the individual has to deal every day and which are applied by the authority (parents, teachers, etc.) to support individual manifestation, for there to be a general order.

This is obvious because the individual, starting from childhood, as he grows up, is permanently positioned, voluntarily or not, towards authority, and it is possible that, for example, when I reach the height of my fatherj, if he is an authoritarian person, my attitude towards him will change a lot.

In order to avoid dissonances that may attract the problems of this system (bone) it will be permanently necessary for the individual to accept the beauty around him and to give himself time to contemplate it, turning his attention to what is beautiful around him, inside him. If, for example, the above conflict with the father is accentuated and without "real" resonance it is also necessary to accept the role of father (of the father, obviously), regardless of the conflict problems that have existed, exist or will exist over time. Otherwise, the problems of the bone system will be favored towards appearance, development, etc.

But, customizing on the fracture, for example, when a fracture occurs (without the support of development /occurrence due to osteoporosis, from the point of view of current medicine), it indicates that the individual is experiencing a strong inner conflict. It may have something to do with the revolt or its reactions to the authority, from which it would come off. He feels limited and wants to get out of the "prison" he is in. He always feels like he wants to prove his worth. And because he is opposed too much or for too long, being impatient with himself and/ or others, the bones can no longer stand the tension and fracture.

It seems to be a fight with these "descriptions"?!? The vegetative nervous system, also called "autonomous", has only two states of function, sympathetic and parasympathetic, based on its two structures, sympathetic and parasympathetic. The sympathetic one is called "fight or run", the parasympathetic one is called "love, build, repair"... The two systems do not work simultaneously, on the "either one or the other" system, never simultaneously.

So, a person in the above conflict/conflict will function most, if not totally, in sympathetic, from the "fight or run" position. This sympathetic vegetative nervous system, in working order, does nothing but prepare the body for response reactions, no matter which, without worrying about, exactly, building, repairing...

The immune system, metabolism "sequences" related to repairs and many other similar "groups" diminish their activity until cancellation. Then, the adrenal glands, located just above the kidneys, enter into hormonal overactivity with everything that attracts this, more specifically a vicious circle that maintains the amplification of the predominantly sympathetic functioning...

And, in the bones, the resources absolutely necessary for their physiology are no longer enough, and... I'm not going to go into any more detail. I think you understand.

The fracture signals that the individual can no longer continue like this and a change is needed, it is like a warning light in the car. Most people call for separation from the past, giving it up, so that the individual becomes more flexible to avoid unnecessary stress and move on to another stage of his evolution.

So it requires a rupture and a re-evaluation. It can be, for the most, an affective or professional problem. Or it is necessary for the individual to separate himself from an ideology, a way of doing things or thinking, which is apparently or real. Obligations towards one's own person or society require a certain perfection, opposing the rigidity of the person concerned. Even towards one's own person who is too rigid towards herself, focusing too much on the physical aspects of his life, forgetting about spiritual problems (attention, I do not make the vaguest reference to anything religious, related to religion or the like).

The location of the fracture provides information/indications about the nature of the conflict. If the fracture occurs during an accident, there is a strong sense of culpability, towards a particular situation to which the individual pays special attention, which is why he is no longer attentive and has an accident (without any connection to his amplitude which has entirely other correlations that we will not debate here, because they are related to the "side" with the spirit, from the triad "body-mind-soul").

If the fracture occurs in the bones of the hand, it is a conflict related to "manuality", the inability, real or not, to manipulate things, situations, etc., if it occurs in the legs, the individual has a major conflict related to movement, displacement, "reach" to situations, a fracture of the pelvis, including the femoral heads "connection" and inflammation of the coxofemoral joint and trohanterial burlesques reveal a major conflict of personal incapacity , accuses her of being a major accusation against the incapacity to act of one's own person and so on.m so on (arrives for now, all in their own time).

So, for connoisseurs, in addition to the possible applicable prophylaxis, appropriate medical treatment or which would be the optimal reaction to the evolutionary stage, it is also necessary a meditative process of the person present (or coordinated by a practitioner of the new medicine) focused on the acceptance and love of one's own person, supporting the possibility of being able to express what he feels , which regains its inner freedom, regaining its freedom of movement or any other landmark identified as "repairable". It is the person who decides what happens in his life, which can focus on himself and his potential (unlimited).

The result will depend, of course, on the evolutionary stage at the time of intervention, the prophylactic phase preventing the possible occurrence of fracture through the various balances, after reduction of fracture, lacedation, etc. by a classical medicine doctor favors the recovery processes and after the recovery of the fracture is favored the return to the initial balance, with the elimination of any consequences of the problem over which it has passed (but , and here, it's about "later, all in their time").

Then, in the bones there is the bone marrow, the deepest "core" of the human being, the place where immune cells are born that have the ability to protect the human being. Kidney energy (related to insecurity and self-confidence) participates in feeding and obviously cleaning of bones and marrow, hence the expression "having strong kidneys" (no longer describe the vegetative correlation).

Similarly, on the medullary canal, lies the spinal cord, part of the central nervous system... And here are specific issues that I will discuss in due course. But, descriptively, strictly informative, the spinal cord with its problems, reveals problems of the individual related to the difficulty of putting into practice, in the physical world, what he thinks, manifesting the excessive need to calculate and plan perfectly, so that spontaneity is no longer found in his life. A situation that attracts hesitation in moving forward, the inner "demons" fighting the "wise" part of the individual.

Bone marrow disorders (apart from "participation") reveal that the individual can no longer cling to anything, that he can no longer give meaning to his life, the dissatisfaction with what that person thinks is being so great that he no longer thinks he is worthy of life...

It can be observed that they are all related to "sympathetic functioning", as it can be observed that there are "things" to be debated here in "pages of classical medicine (alopathic)"... My intention is to go now to classical medicine and to have a "presentation" support later, when the mechanisms can be understood and accepted by everyone, without the possibility of manifestation for the current doubts and frustrations around the new medicine.

So come back, all in their time!

Dorin, Merticaru