We give this name to a trouble from which we have been able to...
Punctures Case Iii
A female servant punctured the end of the finger by a pin; th...
Fixation of the crico-arytenoid joints with an approximation...
Teething Of Children
Affections arising from teething of children, are often of a ...
For use in our treatment we recommend Coutts' Acetic Acid. It ...
This term is applied so loosely and so indiscriminately to al...
Bandage Four-ply Flannel
The four-ply flannel bandage is simply what its name implies--...
For this, rub the whole back with soap lather (see Lather; Soa...
See Teething. ...
Croup Less Serious Form
The less serious croup proceeds from a nervous closing of the ...
The Child As An Ideal
WHILE the path of progress in the gaining of repose c...
After a fright, or some very trying experience, some part of t...
Esophageal Foreign Body
After initial choking and gagging, or without these, there m...
The first decision to be made is what constitutes a slow puls...
In spite of the fact that a large number of men today do not ...
Auricular Fibrillation Prognosis
The prognosis depends on the condition of the myocardium of t...
Readily identified by smell of tar or carbolic. Wash mouth wel...
Suck the wound, and apply a drop or two of strong ammonia to t...
Suppression Of The Menses Amenorrhoea
For sudden suppression from taking cold, as by wetting the ...
How the Nails are Made. Another trade, which our wonderful sk...
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.