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1990Aids And HomoeopathyKhurana, Anil
2021Another pandemic year: What it means for homoeopathyKhurana, Anil
2021Are we at the crossroads for integrative medicine?Khurana, Anil
2010Azadirachta indica - A multicentric double blind homoeopathic pathogenetic trialRajpal; Khurana, Anil; Singh, Vinay Kumar; Bagai, Reeta; Chaudhari, C.P.; Jayant, R.D.
2020Background: Prospective assessment of homoeopathic symptoms is different from eliciting symptoms in daily practice. In prognostic factor research, we apply symptom questionnaires with Likert scales to assess symptoms in different intensities. In former research, we tested a 5-point Likert scale, which rendered a rather high prevalence for some symptoms even the strongest intensity, not useful in daily practice. A longer, 7-point Likert scale might render more useful outcome. Objective: To study if a longer Likert scale perform better in homoeopathic prognostic factor research. Methods: A 7-point Likert scale questionnaire with 30 polar symptoms was tested on 300 patients. Responses to various domains of temperature, climate, diurnal, influence of sleep, eating and desires/aversions were elicited. The outcome was compared with the former 5-point Likert scale. Results: The mean prevalence of all symptoms in the highest intensity with the 7-point Likert scale is (much) lower than in the 5-point scale, and for some symptoms, more useful. For a few symptoms, the prevalence remained high, even in the highest intensity. Conclusion: A longer Likert scale performs better in homoeopathic prognostic factor research, but not for all symptoms. The filling out of this questionnaire by patients should be guided by homoeopathic practitioners who are properly trained in prospective assessment of homoeopathic symptoms.Khurana, Anil
2020Building up the scientific evidence base of HomoeopathyKhurana, Anil
2010Carica Papaya - A multicentric double blind homoeopathic pathogenetic trialRajpal; Khurana, Anil; Siddiqui, V.A.; Singh, V.K.; Dutta, B.N; Dey, Shakti; Jayant, R.D.
2018Changes in viral load in different organs of Japanese Encephalitis virus‑infected chick embryo under the influence of Belladonna 200CChakraborty, Urmita; Katoch, Shailja; Sinha, Moonmoon; Nayak, Debadatta; Khurana, Anil; Manchanda, Raj K.; Sarkar, Debabrata; Das, Satadal
2017Characterization and haemocompatibility of Aurum metallicum for its potential therapeutic applicationKar, Subrata; Chakraborty, Monalisa; Nandy, Papiya; Basu, Ruma; Dasa, Sukhen; Bhar, Durga Sankar; Manchanda, Raj K.; Khurana, Anil; Nayak, Debadatta
2018Chemoprofiling of Homoeopathic drug Holarrhena antidysenterica L.Mishra, Rakhi; Kumar, Manoj; Dwivedi, Binit; Arya, B.S.; Arya, Renu; Khurana, Anil; Manchanda, Raj K.
1991Chikitsa Satyapan Ke Douran Atirikt Lakshano Ki PraptiKhurana, Anil
2022Clinical case reports: A time-tested, traditional way to enhance evidenceKhurana, Anil
2020COVID-19: What lies ahead for HomoeopathyKhurana, Anil
1994Drug Proving - DosageKhurana, Anil
1994Drug Proving - Sources of ErrorsKhurana, Anil
2014Effectiveness of train the trainer module in delivery of HIV prevention messages for Homoeopathy and Ayurveda practitionersTaneja, Divya; Nyamathi, Adeline; Khurana, Anil; Srikanth, N.; Nayak, Chaturbhuja; Padhi, M. M.; Padmanabhan, Maya; Singhal, Richa
1994Elements of Literature SearchKhurana, Anil
2011Evidence based clinical study on the effect of homoeopathic medicines in cases of ovarian cystsGupta, Girish; Singh, Nilima; Singh, Richa; Singh, Santosh; Nayak, Chaturbhuj; Khurana, Anil
2020Ferrum phosphoricum 3X and Ferrum metallicum 3X in the Treatment of Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Children: Randomized Parallel Arm StudyKhurana, Anil; Mittal, Renu; Rath, Padmalaya; Moorthy, Karunakara; Taneja, Divya
2020Homoeopathic drug proving researches (1996–2018): A scoping reviewK. Manchanda, Raj; Khurana, Anil; Fisher, Peter; Singh Arya, Bhopal; Mehra, Pritha; Saha, Subhranil