TOGETHER AGAINST ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE: A POSSIBLE PATH-THE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE
International Conference on PEDIATRICS AND NEONATOLOGY
July 25-26, 2019 | Amsterdam, Netherlands
Austrian Society for Homeopathic Medicine, Austria
Keynote : Curr Pediatr Res
Antibiotic resistance is a global problem. It is estimated that at least 25,000 people die from it every year in Europe. The reasons for the development of resistance can usually be traced back to the uncritical use of antibiotics in human medicine, in veterinary medicine but also in the agricultural industry. The EU and WHO therefore urgently recommend the use of antibiotics only for strict, necessary indications. Complementary medicine, especially homeopathic medicine, is explicitly mentioned as a possibility. Nevertheless, too many antibiotics are still prescribed. In his presentation, he is a very experienced holistic physician, gives an insight into how homeopathic medicine can reduce the use of antibiotics in human medicine. The remedies Aconitum nappellus, Atropa belladonna, Ferrum phosphoricum, Mercurius solubilis and Hepar sulfuris are presented as examples. It will be shown how easily homeopathic medicine can be integrated into everyday medical life.
Erfried Pichler is a General Practitioner, Homeopathy and Chirotherapist in private practice in Klagenfurt, Austria. Treatments are focused on Homeopathy and Integrative treatment of cancer and pain management. He is member of the education team of the Austrian Society of Homeopathic Medicine (ÖGHM) since 1993 and Head of the homeopathic clinic of paediatric oncology at Klinikum Klagenfurt since 1997. Seminar activities led him to Austria, Italy, Japan, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Dubai and China. He published numerous articles and co-author in books and journals regarding Homeopathy. He is the Member of the ECH Subcommittee Politics since 2002 to 2012. He became President of the Austrian Society of Homeopathic Medicine (ÖGHM) till 2018. He is the Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Campus, Vienna.