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Stokes Adams Disease Heart Block
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Acute Mild Endocarditis
This inflammation of the endocardium is generally confined to...
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Head Massaging The
This is so important in many cases of neuralgia, headache, and...
The use of these to give temporary relief, often degenerating ...
Ice-water And Snow-bath In Malignant Cases
If no rash appear during the first pack, which will scarcely ...
Breast Sore Nipples On
Take a little warm vinegar or weak acid (see Acetic Acid). Bat...
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Food In Health
As will be seen from many of these articles, the question of d...
Acute esophagitis calls for rest in bed, sterile liquid food...
The Surgical Dissection Of The Bend Of The Elbow And The Forearm Showing The Relative Position Of The Arteries Veins And Nerves
The farther the surgical region happens to be removed from th...
Quacks And Quackery Continued
An English physician, who practised during the early part o...
The following treatment will be found effective to heal less s...
This condition is generally termed by the patient a "palpitat...
There are gradations of fasting measures ranging from rigorou...
The Surgical Dissection Of The First Second Third And Fourth Layers Of The Inguinal Region In Connexion With Those Of The Thigh
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Intermittent Fever Ague And Fever
Use the A D current. First, give general tonic treatment. (Se...
The prognosis is very uncertain. This infirmity is often cure...
Burns Case Xxxv
The following case will present a specimen of my trials of th...
Source: Papers On Health
We give this name to a trouble from which we have been able
to save some patients, as expressing best the general failure and
weakness which sometimes constitute a serious danger, even where all
specific symptoms are wanting. Some cases of this kind we have cured,
when they were supposed to be hopelessly dying, by the use of simple
soap lather. The skin of the patient is usually dry, and the pulse
feverish. In such a case take lather, made as directed in article Head,
Soaping, and spread it gently all over the stomach and heart. Repeat
this six or seven times, keeping the patient warm in bed. Then, after
drying, do the same thing to the back. This does immense good. For the
general skin stimulation, rub over with the mixture for NIGHT SWEATS
(see). The skin is rubbed over with this five or six times, once a
Where there is no feverishness, but rather cold feelings, then use the
warm lather as directed, and rub well all over afterwards with hot
olive oil. This treatment alone we know to have cured many.