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Chronic Stenosis Of The Larynx And Trachea
The various forms of laryngeal stenosis for which tracheotomy...
Those of our readers who have followed out in practice the sug...
Water For Drinking
Every care should be taken to have drinking water absolutely p...
The Progress Of Disease: Irritation, Enervation, Toxemia
Disease routinely lies at the end of a three-part chain that ...
This is a contagious disease, consisting in an inflammation o...
Apthae - Thrush
This is a disease peculiar to nursing children. The mouth bec...
In Excessive Heat And Continuous Delirium A Half-bath May Be Given
also, every time the packing sheet is changed. The rule is that...
The Relations Of The Principal Bloodvessels To The Viscera Of The Thoracico-abdominal Cavity
The median line of the body is occupied by the centres of the...
Foreign Bodies In The Insane
Foreign bodies may be introduced voluntarily and in great nu...
Rub the hands and arms well twice a day with CAYENNE LOTION (s...
Bowels Inflammation Of
This (called medically Peritonitis) is an inflammation of the ...
Nothing is more required in healing than properly to nourish t...
Felon - Whitlow
For this disease, in the early stage, when the sensation is t...
is small pox modified by vaccination. It is to be treated as ...
The question of the advisability of strychnin is a constant s...
Sometimes mere internal inflammation is mistaken for this dise...
The disease known by this name in Canada breaks out in the han...
Compression Stenosis Of The Trachea And Bronchi
Compression of the trachea is most commonly caused by goiter...
The Use Of Forceps In Endoscopic Foreign Body Extraction
Two different strengths of forceps are supplied, as will be s...
Foreign Bodies In The Air And Food Passages
Category: FOREIGN BODIES IN THE AIR AND FOOD PASSAGES
Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery
The air and food passages may be invaded by any foreign substance of
solid, liquid or gaseous nature, from the animal, vegetable, or
mineral kingdoms. Its origin may be from within the body (blood, pus,
secretion, broncholiths, sequestra, worms); introduced from without by
way of the natural passages (aspirated or swallowed objects); or it
may enter by penetration (bullet, dart, drainage tube from the neck).