Medical ArticlesBurns Case Xxxiv
Mr. C. aged 51, scalded his leg ten days ago on the instep. H...
It should be understood that especially in acute conditions...
The disease known by this name in Canada breaks out in the han...
Removal Of Foreign Bodies From The Larynx
Symptoms and Diagnosis.--The history of a sudden choking atta...
Position For Bronchoscopy And Esophagoscopy
The dorsally recumbent patient is so placed that the head an...
Social/cultural/psychological Obstacles To Fasting
Numerous attitudes make it difficult to fast or to provide mo...
The regular bronchoscope is a hollow brass tube slanted at i...
Piles - Hemorrhoids
One important matter in all cases of habitual piles, is, to k...
Often there follows, after the cure of an inflammatory disease...
Relaxation Of Treatment Towards The End Of The Third Period Continuation Of Packs During And After Desquamation
When the patient is through the first part of the period of ...
Wide gagging prevents proper exposure of the larynx by forci...
See Children's Sleep. ...
This serious trouble in slighter forms affects one side of the...
Period Of Incubation Or Hatching
The time which passes between the reception of the contagious...
MOST mothers know that it is better for the baby to p...
This is a slow, smouldering kind of fever. For treatment, pack...
Among the various subjects which belong to the province of ...
It is difficult to determine the cause of toothache, and more...
Functional Hiatal Stenosis Hiatal Esophagismus Phrenospasm Diaphragmatic Pinchcock Stenosis
There is no sphincteric muscular arrangement at the cardiac o...
This trouble is found in the double form; first, of limbs whic...
Source: Papers On Health
These are often performed in cases in which proper
treatment on the lines of these papers, would save both life and limb.
By all means, before consenting to such an irrevocable act as
amputating a limb, let the treatment with fomentations, hot water, and
acetic acid be well and thoroughly tried. Many limbs which were
medically condemned have been thus saved within our personal knowledge.
In some cases the disease may be obstinate; but at least let a fair
trial be given to our treatment before giving up a limb. The treatment
will be found under the headings of the various troubles and parts
affected (see Armpit Swelling; Bone, Diseased; Knee-swelling; Pains,
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