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From The Hygienic Dictionary

Food. [1] Life is a tragedy of nutrition. In food lies 99.99...

Symptoms

In hypertension, as long as the heart, which is probably hyp...

Aortic Insufficiency Aortic Regurgitation

This lesion, though not so common as the mitral lesion, is of...

Anomalies Of The Tracheobronchial Tree

Tracheobronchial anomalies are relatively rare. Congenital e...

Eyes Accidents To

Three distinct classes of these are to be considered. They req...

Inward Rotation Method

When the point is found to be buried in the mucosa, the best...

Chlorosis Green Sickness

This is a disease mostly or entirely peculiar to young women ...

Pneumonia

Take B D current, forceful as the patient can bear, and treat...

Drinks Refreshing

This is a matter of great importance to the sick. Nor is anyth...

Illness The Root Of

In treating any trouble it is well to get to the root of it. O...

Testing For Electric Defects

These tests should be made beforehand; not when about to com...

Sleep

No greater mistake could be made than to curtail the hours of ...

Gatherings

See Abscess; Ankle; Armpit; Bone, Diseased. ...

The Effect Of Athletics On The Heart

We can no longer neglect the seriousness of the effects of c...

Towards The End Of The Period Of Efflorescence When The Rash

declines, fades, disappears, and the skin begins to peal off, a...

List Of Instruments

The following list has been compiled as a convenient basis f...

Our Wonderful Coat

What the Skin Is. The skin is the most wonderful and one of t...

Punctures Case Viii

This case illustrates the mode of treatment by the lunar caus...

Aortic Stenosis

Aortic narrowing or stenosis is a frequent occurrence in the ...

Ankle Swelling

When long continued in connection with disease or accident, th...



Action Balance Of






Source: Papers On Health

An excellent guide to the proper treatment of any
case is to be found in the distribution of heat in the patient's body.
Hot parts are to be cooled, and cold parts warmed, often both at the
same time, so as to restore the proper balance of vital action. Gentle
progressive measures are always best in this, especially with
children. Cold feet are warmed by BATHING (see) and FOMENTATION
(see). A heated head may be cooled with COLD TOWELS (see) or with
soap LATHER (see). This principle of seeking a proper balance should
be borne in mind throughout all our treatment. Its importance can
hardly be exaggerated, as the restoration of this balance alone will
frequently effect an almost magical cure where drugs have been wholly
ineffective.





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