VIEW THE MOBILE VERSION of www.homemedicine.ca Informational Site Network Informational
Privacy


Home


Medical Articles


Mother's Remedies


Household Tips


Medicine History


Forgotten Remedies


Search

Medical Articles

Cramp In The Limbs

The treatment of this is to apply cold cloths to the roots of ...

Earache - Otalgia

This may arise from various causes, but a common one is sudde...

Jaundice

This disease depends upon derangement of the liver. The skin ...

Cramp In The Stomach

This very severe trouble, though resisting ordinary methods of...

Hepatization Of Lungs

Take A D current, pretty strong force. Treat in front, over t...

Ancient Medical Prescriptions

From early times it was a universal custom to place at the ...

Entering The Bronchi

The lip of the bronchoscope should be turned in the directio...

Turnip Poultice

Part of a raw turnip is grated down to a pulp. As much of this...

Adherent Pericarditis

Following dry pericarditis or pericarditis with an exudate, ...

Infections And How To Avoid Them

What Causes Disease. The commonest and most dangerous acciden...

Alcohol

The patient is quite helpless, and there is usually a strong s...

Other People_

HOWEVER disagreeable other people may be,--however un...

Practice On The Rubber-tube Manikin

This must be carried out in two ways. 1. General practice...

Imaginary Vacations

ONCE a young woman who had very hard work to do day a...

Croup Less Serious Form

The less serious croup proceeds from a nervous closing of the ...

Bruises Case Xv

The following case was far more severe, but the mode of treat...

Mammary Abscess

(_Ague in the breast--Inflamed breast_.) This is a disease...

Diet For The Chronically Ill

The chronically ill person has a long-term degenerative con...

Simple Hypertrophy

Like any other muscular tissue, the heart hypertrophies whe...

Paralysis

Take the B D current, medium force. If the paralysis be in a ...



Cures Losing Their Effect






Source: Papers On Health

After a fortnight's treatment often matters
seem to come to a standstill in a case, and then the attendants are apt
to despair. Such a state of things indicate only the need for some
change in treatment, or perhaps for a rest from treatment for some
days. Common sense must guide, and the case may be more keenly looked
into: it may have changed its character in the time that has passed,
and different treatment require to be given. It is well not to give up
until all has been tried which in any way seems likely to suit the
case. All the various articles bearing on it should be carefully read
and pondered, and no doubt the way to change the treatment will open
up. See Changing Treatment.





Next: Cures As Self-applied

Previous: Croup More Serious Form



Add to del.icio.us Add to Reddit Add to Digg Add to Del.icio.us Add to Google Add to Twitter Add to Stumble Upon
Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
SHAREADD TO EBOOK


Viewed 740