Open Multimedia Repertory

Listen to the wisdom of Master Homeopaths

Multimedia objects are sounds, images or video clips. They can be used to clarify symptoms, to show how the remedy looks like, to add an explanation, etc. Radar 7 has opened the possibility to add Multimedia objects to the Repertory.

Many Multimedia objects are included already

sample image - papillomata

RADAR's extensive multimedia options allow you to hear world-renowned homeopaths describing Materia Medica, philosophy and therapeutics. Relevant sound samples (coughs, throat noises, etc.) and image samples (the eye, papillomata, lipoma, etc.) help you to make the right decision in your prescriptions.

You can Listen to a sample of an audio file: A description of Kali-carbonicum by Roger Morrison, MD
Note: You will need RealPlayer to hear this great sound file. You can download the latest version at http://realaudio.com.

Add your own Multimedia objects

sample image - apis mellifica tongue

Every symptom and remedy in Synthesis can be linked with the multimedia aid of your choice. Hundreds of astonishing sound samples and color pictures have already been included. If you want to add your own pictures, audio or video, all you have to do is click on the link button and the already existing library of media is instantly expanded!

Multimedia WebUpdates

Since Radar 9 different Multimedia WebUpdates are offered to assist you in using this Multimedia function even more frequently. After you will have installed this WebUpdate, you can double click on the updated remedies in any rubric in any repertory and look at their picture.

These are the WebUpdates available so far:

A WebUpdate with 50 remedy pictures, including among others Agathis australis, borax venata, crotalus cascavella, falcon peregrinus disciplinatus, kalium bichromicum, paris quadrifolia, raphanus sativus, rheum palmatum, spongia tosta, veratrum viride, etc. (complete list)