London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 9

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Longman, 1832
 

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Seite 140 - ... by success to warrant its express recommendation from authority. The Board have already published a detailed statement of the methods of treatment adopted in India, and of the different opinions entertained as to the use of bleeding, emetics, calomel, opium &c. There is reason to believe that more information on this subject may be obtained from those parts of the continent where the disease is now prevailing ; but even should it be otherwise, the greatest confidence may be reposed in the intelligence...
Seite 428 - The effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately observed, form the most important part of its history ; they are like chemical tests, frequently detecting important differences in objects which previously appeared exactly similar.
Seite 496 - Edmonton, the warmth of the day is observed by means of a thermometer exposed to the North in the shade, standing...
Seite 139 - Vomiting or purging, or both these evacuations, of a liquid like rice-water, or whey, or barley-water, come on; the features become sharp and contracted ; the eye sinks ; the look is expressive of terror, wildness, and, as it were, a consciousness on the part of the sufferer, that the hand of death is upon him.
Seite 198 - He was shortly thereafter seized with cholera and died of it : three women, who had watched him in sickness and washed his body after death, were also seized and died of the disease : the doctor arrived in time to see the fourth case, and, finding that it spread on that side of the village, he had the common street barricaded on the side where the disease had not reached, and interdicted all communication to the two sides of the village, even for the purpose of going to church. In that side in which...
Seite 459 - Orders and give such direction, in order to cut off all communication between any persons infected with any such disease or distemper, and the rest of His Majesty's subjects, as shall appear to the Lords or others of His Majesty's Privy Council, or any two or more of them, to be necessary and expedient for that purpose...
Seite 459 - Whosoever violates any of the provisions of this Act for which no specific penalty is provided, or any of the rules and regulations...
Seite 251 - ... moderately costive bowels, the almost invariable consequence of a dry, invigorating diet, will be found more conducive to exemption from cholera than an opposite habit. Whenever aperients may become indispensable, those of a warm aromatic kind, in moderate...
Seite 140 - The secretion of urine is totally suspended ; vomiting and purging, which are far from being the most important or dangerous symptoms, and which in a very great number of cases of the disease have not been profuse, or have been arrested by medicine early in the attack, succeed. It is evident that the most urgent and peculiar symptom of this disease is the sudden depression of the vital powers, proved by the diminished action of the heart, the coldness of the surface and extremities, and the stagnant...
Seite 139 - ... and feet, and soon after the thighs, arms, and whole surface assume a leaden, blue, purple, black, or deep brown tint, according to the complexion of the individual, varying in shade with the intensity of the attack.

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