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General Tonic Treatment

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Burns

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Glands Swollen

This is a very common trouble, especially in the young. To res...

The Malignant Forms Of Scarlet-fever

are caused by the character of the epidemy, but, perhaps, mor...

Hemoptysis

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Nauheim Baths

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Pseudo-angina

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Unfavorable Symptoms

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Anesthesia For Peroral Endoscopy

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Intestinal Putrefaction

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The Lookout Department

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Convulsions

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Hemorrhage





Category: PRESCRIPTIONS.
Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

Take B D current, strong force. Apply P. P. to the open blood-vessel, or
as near to it as possible; placing N. P., long cord, to some adjacent
part, and, as nearly as practicable, in the direction from which the
blood chiefly comes.





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