AtamA is a full-featured Homeopathy application geared towards the lay person and priced to be affordable. A brief description of features is provided here; see the AtamA Help file for a complete description of AtamA's capabilities or download the demo version to see for yourself.
The primary sources of information used in AtamA are:
* James T. Kent's Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica (sixth edition). Included rubrics have at least one high weight (bold) instance of one of the 100 remedies chosen for the Materia Medica.
* William Boericke's Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica (ninth edition). AtamA has the complete text for 100 common remedies.
* Samuel Hahnemann's Organon of Medicine (sixth edition). The standard translation by R.E. Dudgeon and William Boericke is included, with a special layout that helps the user read footnotes concurrently.
AtamA manages case information in the form of analysis items. The items are organized by individual, so a case history is built up over time. On the Analysis tab you can:
* Sort remedies by "number" (total number of symptoms associated with a remedy) or "totality" (accumulated weight for all symptoms).
* Manage analysis items in AtamA, not the computer's file system. This is a new feature added in response to user feedback about the difficulty of managing analysis computer files; now AtamA manages them for you automatically.
* Print an analysis if you need to keep paper records.
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