Animals and memory
Verantwortlicher Herausgeber dieser Rubrik:
11. Dezember 2017 (online)
This issue of Homeopathy features several articles involving animals and homeopathy. We publish the first comprehensive meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of veterinary homeopathy, performed by Robert Mathie and Jűrgen Clausen.[ 1 ] This meta-analysis builds on a bibliometric study, by the same authors, previously published in this Journal.[ 2 ] That study found 38 clinical trials of veterinary homeopathic treatment or prophylaxis in seven species and 27 medical conditions. The large majority of studies were of non-individualised homeopathic treatment.
- 1 Mathie R.T., Clausen J. Veterinary homeopathy: meta-analysis of randomised placebo-controlled trials. Homeopathy 2015; 104: 3-8.
- 2 Mathie R.T., Hacke D., Clausen J. Randomised controlled trials of veterinary homeopathy: characterising the peer-reviewed research literature for systematic review. Homeopathy 2012; 101: 196-203.
- 3 Deni D., Caminiti A., Alfieri L. et al. Effect of a homeopathic complex on reproductive performance in a commercial pig farm. Homeopathy 2015; 104: 9-14.
- 4 Mutlu O., Ulak G., Kokturk G. et al. Effects of a dragonfly (Anax i.) homeopathic remedy on learning, memory and cell morphology in mice. Homeopathy 2015; 104: 15-23.
- 5 Hanif K., Jha M., Singh N., Shukla R. Effect of homeopathic medicine Lycopodium clavatum on memory functions and cerebral blood flow in memory-impaired rats. Homeopathy 2015; 104: 24-28.
- 6 da Silva G.H., Gonçalves G.M.S., Barros P.P., Landi M.A. Study of the hepatoprotective effect of Lycopodium clavatum 30c on experimental model of paracetamol-induced liver injury in rats. Homeopathy 2015; 104: 29-35.