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Kent Homeopathic Repertory

Kent's Homeopathic Repertory is one of the primary sources used by Homeopaths to determine the correct prescription

Kent's Homeopathic Repertory is one of the primary sources used by Homeopaths to determine the correct prescription

Kent Homeopathic Repertory

by Rex Bunn
Kent Homeopathic Repertory
Kent Homeopathic Repertory
Kent Homeopathic Repertory

What is it about?

Kent's Homeopathic Repertory is one of the primary sources used by Homeopaths to determine the correct prescription. This app incorporates all of the Repertory material with a research database and a simple method of saving material to the cloud.

Kent Homeopathic Repertory

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(9)
Size
32Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
August 22, 2013
Release date
August 7, 2013
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Kent's Homeopathic Repertory is one of the primary sources used by Homeopaths to determine the correct prescription. This app incorporates all of the Repertory material with a research database and a simple method of saving material to the cloud.

Features:
*Complete repertory (all 1423 pages)
*Find any page in three taps
*Multiple indexing, find rubrics fast
*All Kent's cross-references hyperlinked
*Built-in notes database to compile research results
*Save easily to the cloud for access anywhere

This app combines Kent's massive work with the latest app technology. Take it with you on your iPhone or iPad and access it quickly anywhere.

List of app Sections:
*Contents (divisions listed alphabetically)
*Remedies and their abbreviations (648 remedies)
*Use of the Repertory (Kent's instructions)
*Repertorising (M. Tyler and J. Weir's treatise on repertorising)
*Hot & Cold Remedies (Dr. Gibson Miller - with case studies)
*The Repertory (rapid index to rubrics)
*Database (compile and save research notes)
*Evernote (simple method of saving research to the cloud)
*Biography (J.T.Kent's life)