The Lancet, Band 2

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J. Onwhyn, 1868
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Seite 259 - ... without having such house room or part of a house and all articles therein liable to retain infection, disinfected to the satisfaction of a...
Seite 209 - Haughton suggests, though in the most guarded way, that "our successors may even dare to speculate on the changes that converted a crust of bread, or a bottle of wine, in the brain of Swift, Moliere, or Shakespeare, into the conception of the gentle Glumdalclitch, the rascally Sganarelle, or the immortal Falstaff...
Seite 3 - I washed the entire wound carefully with a solution of chloride of zinc (forty grains to the ounce...
Seite 84 - To write sentences in correct English on a given theme, attention being paid to spelling and punctuation as well as to composition...
Seite 212 - ... bilious derangement that commonly result from an excess of fat food. This peculiarity may depend on the biliary and other matters contained in the oil, which in other instances of disease is found to act beneficially on the liver and other secreting organs. • That the best time for the administration of the oil is immediately after, or, to those who prefer it, at or before, a solid meal, with the constituents of which the oil becomes so intimately blended that it forms a part of the chymous...
Seite 273 - CCC, and exhibit spontaneous movements, the whole train of symptoms producing the effect of a ghastly attempt at resurrection. In this disease we have phenomena respecting animal heat, the very reverse of those found in typhus fever ; the body performing one vertical mile short of its daily work, instead of one mile in excess. The prostration of strength resulting from this deficient combustion is so great, that death is often caused by bringing the patient to hospital in a cab instead of upon a...
Seite 33 - To THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED.
Seite 193 - ... bathe when the body is warm, provided no time is lost in getting into the water. Avoid chilling the body by sitting or standing undressed on the banks or in boats after having been in the water.
Seite 69 - ... an elastic bougie, containing a conducting wire, and tipped with metal, is attached to the other pole, and is introduced into the bladder. A weak current is set going, and its effects watched. Thus a slight sensation only is to be produced. This accomplished, you should move the bougie about gently in contact with the walls of the bladder, the urine having been just withdrawn ; and, finally, let it rest a little in the neck of the bladder, where greater discomfort is felt : in all, allowing the...
Seite 212 - ... or chiretta, — which may be continued for weeks and months together in conjunction with the oil, than to give those that are more powerful, but which by occasional disturbances may prevent the continuance of the remedy. But the great remedy, more essential and more effectual than any other, is the cod-liver oil ; and we may well bestow a little consideration on the mode of using it to the best advantage. It is now pretty generally admitted by the profession that the pure, pale oil, simply extracted...

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