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Medical ArticlesTechnic Of Specular Esophagoscopy
Recumbent patient. Boyce position. The larynx is to be expos...
The Electric Circuit
The Electric Circuit is made up of any thing and every thing ...
If an attack comes on from sudden cold, take _Aconite_ and _I...
Care Of Instruments
The endoscopist must either personally care for his instrume...
Piles - Hemorrhoids
One important matter in all cases of habitual piles, is, to k...
Tests Of Heart Strength
If both systolic and diastolic blood pressure are taken, and ...
These occur in hands and feet where the circulative power is f...
It is difficult to determine the presence of _worms_ in child...
Training For Rest
BUT how shall we gain a natural repose? It is absurd ...
Cooling In Heating
Often it is difficult to get a sufficient cooling effect by me...
Sources of Starch. The starches are valuable and wholesome fo...
Enlargement Or Ossification Of The Heart
Treat these two affections in the same way. Take the A D curr...
Sleep And Rest
Why We Need Rest. A most important element in a life of healt...
Scarlatina Simplex Or Simple Scarlet-fever
In the _mildest form_ of the disease, called _scarlatina simp...
I shall say but little about this very common and very obstin...
It is not easy to decide just whew all acute endocarditis has...
The immediate conditions to meet are the rapid fluttering hea...
Congenital And Pathological Deformities Of The Prepuce And Urethra Stricture And Mechanical Obstructions Of The Urethra
When any of the central organs of the body presents in a fo...
This term is applied so loosely and so indiscriminately to al...
This is a contagious disease, and always begins with symptoms...
Treatment Of Other Eruptive Fevers
Category: TREATMENT OF OTHER FEVERS
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms
The treatment as prescribed for scarlatina in this pamphlet, is
applicable also for other eruptive fevers, such as small-pox,
varioloids, chicken-pocks, measles, miliaria, urticaria, zoster,
rubeola, erysipelas, erythema, &c., its principal feature being the
wet-sheet pack, which may always be safely employed, even by an
inexperienced hand. It is not the object of this treatise to discuss all
these different diseases in full: I shall do so in a larger work on the
water-cure, which I intend to publish in English as soon as I find
leisure enough to finish it. But I shall give, in the meanwhile, a few
hints sufficient to guide the reader in their treatment.