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As will be seen in Fig. 47 the trachea and esophagus are not...
Tricuspid Stenosis Tricuspid Obstruction
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Where There Is A Will There Is A Way!
I have been frequently compelled to resort to these milder ap...
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Ulcers Case Xxiii
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With the forceps illustrated in Fig. 28 specimens of tissue ...
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Entering The Bronchi
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Complications And After-effects Of Bronchoscopy
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Continuation Of Packs Convalescence
Category: TREATMENT OF SCARLET-FEVER.
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms
Whether the eruption appear or not, the packs should be continued during
the whole course of the disorder, and as long as the throat continues
troublesome; and one pack and bath a day should be given during some ten
or twelve days, after every symptom has disappeared. The patient, during
convalescence should not go out, except after his bath and in fine sunny
weather, till he feels quite well. However, he should not be kept
unnecessarily too long in-doors either, as exercise in the open air will
assist him in regaining his strength. If the weather is clear and
bright, the low temperature of the air need not be minded. I never saw
any one take cold after a pack and bath that walked out warmly dressed
in clear and cold weather.
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