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Medical ArticlesA Collection Of Gallbladders
Gallbladder cases are rather ho-hum to me; they are quick to ...
I KNOW a woman who says that if she wants to get her ...
Treatment Of Cicatricial Stenosis
A careful direct endoscopic examination is essential before ...
The Surgical Dissection Of The Principal Bloodvessels And Nerves Of The Iliac And Femoral Regions
Through the groin, as through the axilla, the principal blood...
Preparation Of Medicine
As it often becomes necessary for the practitioner to make mo...
Dysphagia is the most frequent complaint in cases of esophag...
Few things have so great and distressing effect as the fear of...
Intermittent Fever, Ague or Chill Fever. This comes on wit...
On The Treatment By Eschar And Poultice
In many cases in which it is impossible to adopt either the m...
See Head, Soaping. ...
Action Of The Sitz-bath Explained
The _sitz-bath_ acts in a direct manner upon the abdominal or...
Ankle Twisted Or Crushed
Place the foot as soon as possible in warm water, as hot as ca...
Physical Signs Of Tracheal Foreign Body
If fixed in the trachea the only objective sign of foreign bo...
Deviation Of The Esophagus
Deviation of the esophagus may be marked in the presence of a...
The Stiffening Rods Of The Body-machine
What Bones Are. The bones are not the solid foundation and fr...
For infants who cannot be nursed at the breast, cows' milk in ...
The Habit Of Illness
IT is surprising how many invalids there are who have...
Functional Hiatal Stenosis Hiatal Esophagismus Phrenospasm Diaphragmatic Pinchcock Stenosis
There is no sphincteric muscular arrangement at the cardiac o...
This is usually of traumatic or cauterant origin. If severe o...
Bathing The Feet
This apparently simple treatment, if the best results are desi...
Tartar Emetic Or Other Antimonial Poisons
Source: Papers On Health
If vomiting is not present,
induce it by an emetic. Give doses of strong tea. Keep very warm by hot
Good domestic emetics are a teaspoonful of mustard in a tumblerful of
water, or a tablespoonful of salt in the same quantity of water.
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