isodes

isodes (īˑ·sōdz),

n in contemporary homeopathy, highly diluted and successed preparations of organic or synthetic substances that are thought to be the cause of disorder or disease. Given as a remedy based on the principle, “the cause is the cure.” Also called
detoxodes.
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The treatment is homeopathic, involving a proper combination of isodes, or energetic copies of toxic substances and infectious agents, as well as sarcodes, or energetic copies of the internal organs.
He received the corresponding homeopathic sarcodes and isodes of the affected areas of the brain and other organs, and of the causative agents responsible.
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Even today, the use of zoo-therapeutics is in currency as sarcodes, nosodes and isodes in Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani, Allopathic and Homeopathic medical systems.
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Bacteremia ei isodes at individual hospitals * Hospital A B C Classification ([dagger]) a a a Beds 723 587 551 Years studied 4 ([double 4 ([double 3 ([section]) dagger]) dagger]) Admissions over 256,251 203,130 150,502 study period Admissions >24 h 66,035 76,147 49,501 over study period Mean length of stay 3.
Malory made it clear that the marriage of Trystrame and Isode le Blaunche Maynys was never consummated:
This passage echoes Malory's explanation of why Trystrame married the second Isode, despite the enchantment that kept him eternally tied to the Irish Isode: