Sepsis

Clinical trial, with positive findings,  on 67 patients with severe sepsis (blood poisoning) in an Intensive Care  Unit at a university hospital in Austria. Approximately half of the  patients were randomly allocated to receive homeopathy; the others  received dummy medicine (placebo). They did not know which treatment  group they were in. During a period of 6 months, there was a 75%  survival rate amongst patients who received homeopathic treatment  compared to a 50% survival rate amongst those who received placebo.

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