Dr Simon Baruch

Dr. Simon Baruch was born in 1841 in a city of the Prssia in the Poland and faleceu in 1921 in New York to the eighty years of age and, to the fifteen years of age it was changed for the United States where started its career in Medicine. Known as ' ' pioneer of the Hidroterapia' ' , Baruch was distinguished for some discoveries on the water as a resource to promote the health and its effect in the human organism, facts that had given the heading of ' ' The father of the Hidroterapia cientfica' '. Law of Baruch When the temperature of the water is equal of the more cold skin or has the effect to stimulate the organism, therefore when the same one is hotter it has the sedative effect. In its book ' ' The success of the treatment of the Tifide&#039 fever; ' in 1893, Baruch presented the treatment of the fever through the cold water as attempt to diminish the corporal temperature. The temperature of the water was the essential key for the treatment. One uncovered then that the reply of the cutaneous circulation to the one extrinsical motivation and mechanics, could promote the welfare physicist or not. Test of Baruch Leaving of the principle that the temperature of the water had the key for the success of the maiorias of the medical cases, Baruch developed a test that could synthecize the time and the reaction that each patient could show in definitive temperatures of the water. The method had the recognition of ' ' Test of Reativa&#039 Capacity; ' , that is the capacity of the organism in reacting the application of the heat and the cold with variations of temperature of the climate and conditions of health of the proper studied person. The experience was very simple, but to each patient, Baruch by rough estimate developed the perception of the time of reaction of each individual thus training naked the time, the coloration and the reaction of periods of training of slowest or faster, of all the process in the testagem.


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