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How the Eye is Made. Next in importance after the smell and t...
Thumb Bruised And Broken
Frequently a tradesman will strike the thumb or finger a serio...
Simple remedies such as we advocate are found of immense servi...
These are often piled on the front of the body, while the far ...
Chlorosis Green Sickness
This is a disease mostly or entirely peculiar to young women ...
For all such wounds, the best method is frequent cleansing wit...
The treatment of shock will probably always be unsatisfactory...
The Heart In Pneumonia
As pneumonia heads the list of the causes of death in this co...
The Direction Of The Body In Locomotion
LIFTING brings us to the use of the entire body, whic...
While disease of the coronary arteries may occur without ge...
Acute Dilatation Of The Stomach
This condition is not well understood, nor is its frequence k...
Diffuse Dilatation Of The Esophagus
This is practically always due to stagnation ectasia, which i...
Croup Less Serious Form
The less serious croup proceeds from a nervous closing of the ...
Angina Pectoris Management
While a number of causes of true cardiac pain may be eliminat...
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...
This is usually of traumatic or cauterant origin. If severe o...
Head Skin Of The
The nerves of sensibility are very largely supplied to the ski...
As mentioned above, bronchial aspiration is often necessary....
Often caused by children sucking matches. There is a burning i...
Legs Pricking Pains In
Sometimes curious pricking pains are felt in the legs, becomin...
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.