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Of Punctures Etc

In cases of recent punctured wounds the orifice and surroundi...

Headache

There is a vast variety of ailments associated with what is ca...

Contraindications To Esophagoscopy

In the presence of aneurysm, advanced organic disease, exten...

Pathology

The part of the heart most affected is the part which has the...

Bruises

For slight bruises, such as children frequently get by falling...

Diarrhoea

This disease consists in a looseness of the bowels, generally...

Indications

Esophagoscopy is demanded in every case in which a foreign b...

The Sitz-bath May Be Taken In A Small Wash-tub If There Is No

proper sitz-bath-tub at hand. It should be large enough to allo...

Head Massaging The

This is so important in many cases of neuralgia, headache, and...

The Glands In The Skin

Sweat Glands. Like all the pavement (epithelial) surfaces of ...

Internal Relaxation

Pain is often felt in parts of the back or sides which will yi...

Prostration Nervous

The various articles under Nerves and Nervousness should be re...

Other Bad Symptoms

These symptoms may present themselves with the rash standing ...

The Dissection Of Femoral Hernia And The Seat Of Stricture

Whilst all forms of inguinal herniae escape from the abdomen ...

Chloral

Emetic; warm coffee, and even an enema of coffee. Artificial r...

Cicatricial Stenosis Of The Esophagus

Etiology.--The accidental swallowing of caustic alkali in sol...

Snake Bites

A snake bite is only one of a large class of injuries which ma...

Hay Fever

A most effective preventive and cure for this is the inhaling ...

Mushrooms

Emetic; castor oil and enema. ...

Erysipelas

This troublesome disease is also known as St. Anthony's Fire, ...



Rheumatism Chronic





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

Use the A D current always in rheumatic affections. If there be no
visible inflammation or swelling in the diseased parts, approach such
parts in the same manner as in acute inflammatory rheumatism, except
with reversed poles. The parts affected require to come under the N.
P. rather than the P. P., and to be treated with considerable force.
There are apparently exceptional cases, referred to on page 83, which
see.

Where joints are being dislocated, treat the parts with N. P., quite
mild force, so long as it can be done without exciting acute
inflammation. If this should arise, it must be repressed with P. P.

Treat chronic rheumatism about three times a week.





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